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James, dearest wibbly that he is, came home last night and unexpectedly handed me a copy of "Fable" which he had scoured several sold out stores for.

I have to get some work done this week--Diggers and conbooks and roughs--but expect nothing useful out of me other than that. S'cool game.

Also! The ad that will appear in the conbook at Midwest Furfest, advertising the book of Weird Ursula Sketches And Commentary, can be viewed here

http://www.sofawolf.com/pressbox/AV-VernonAd.jpg

featuring both a sketch (of the Carrion Fairy) the working title, "It Made Sense At The Time," and appropriately disturbing commentary on the Carrion Fairy piece.

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ursulav

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James, dearest wibbly that he is, came home last night and unexpectedly handed me a copy of “Fable” which he had scoured several sold out stores for.

I have to get some work done this week–Diggers and conbooks and roughs–but expect nothing useful out of me other than that. S’cool game.

Also! The ad that will appear in the conbook at Midwest Furfest, advertising the book of Weird Ursula Sketches And Commentary, can be viewed here

http://www.sofawolf.com/pressbox/AV-VernonAd.jpg

featuring both a sketch (of the Carrion Fairy) the working title, “It Made Sense At The Time,” and appropriately disturbing commentary on the Carrion Fairy piece.

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.


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ursulav

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Carrot, meet stick. Stick, meet carrot.

I swear, this "Fable" game is doing wonders for my productivity. My inherent guilt will not allow me to simply slag off work and play--I'm generally pretty concientious about working through the day, which you have to be, if you work at home, because if willpower weakens, it provides a chink wherein the Demons of Slack will poke you savagely, and then you're screwed--so I am working like six kinds of dog to get stuff done, whereupon I can play for an hour, then back to grindstone, get enough done, play for an hour...etc. This makes me realize that I obviously do not work hard enough under normal circumstances, because I have managed to jam a day and a half worth of work into a single morning. I have finished a Digger, laid out a Digger, finished a cover, updated a rough, and gotten about half of another fairly complex painting slapped in. Also, I vacuumed.

See? Video games are good for you!

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ursulav

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Carrot, meet stick. Stick, meet carrot.

I swear, this “Fable” game is doing wonders for my productivity. My inherent guilt will not allow me to simply slag off work and play–I’m generally pretty concientious about working through the day, which you have to be, if you work at home, because if willpower weakens, it provides a chink wherein the Demons of Slack will poke you savagely, and then you’re screwed–so I am working like six kinds of dog to get stuff done, whereupon I can play for an hour, then back to grindstone, get enough done, play for an hour…etc. This makes me realize that I obviously do not work hard enough under normal circumstances, because I have managed to jam a day and a half worth of work into a single morning. I have finished a Digger, laid out a Digger, finished a cover, updated a rough, and gotten about half of another fairly complex painting slapped in. Also, I vacuumed.

See? Video games are good for you!

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.