Clue: the Emma Approved Edition
"Emma Woodhouse has the best of intentions when it comes to being a lifestyle coach, but her crazy matchmaking tendencies leave everyone wondering if maybe she’s a bit…clueless."
The object of the game remains the same as the original, but instead of solving a murder, players attempt to discover who Emma is trying to set up, and where she plans to do it.
To read the modified rules and download the game, click here.
To see my Lizzie Bennet Diaries monopoly game, click here.
I might be totally, butt-crazy in love with Josh
“I was disappointed with the latest episode. It was too sudden for me. All to… unknightley of Alex. I mean, yes, I do realize it was a bit sudden in the book as well… but still.”
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I thought that too, but then I rewatched the entire thing and it really isn’t. You see hint of his awareness of his feelings growing from the time Frank comes into play. :D
This is what I imagine my foster dog is thinking :(
Details | Model making | Look at how all of the materials connect. Think about how each piece had to be cut and fit into another.
Hello Anon. I don’t know if I have any advice that’s going to be mind blowing or fresh in any way. I feel like the tried and true methods will serve you best. Start creating work based on things that excite you, whatever that may be. If you like drawing digitally that’s great, but make sure you dedicate yourself to it and work hard. If you’re creating work you’re passionate about, it will show, and it will make your work shine brighter. Style will come naturally the more you produce. I think sealing your mind off in a bubble of sorts might be a positive thing. Don’t look too much at other artists’ work for inspiration. Delve deep inside yourself and develop a visual vocabulary wholly your own. I know this sounds hard, but believe me, by simply creating a nice, consistent stream of work, your voice will begin to take shape on its own. Having a “style” or “look” is an abstract concept to be conscious of and it’s made to be such an important factor to success. And it is - but I really believe it’s an unconscious development that comes from hard and regular creation.
Once you’ve created a body of work you’re proud of, create a website/blog/twitter/instagram/whatever you want. Showcase your work to the world and stimulate them. In this day and age, having something go viral will do wonders to getting your name out there and if you can latch on to something that will excite viewers then the attention will come and hopefully it will turn into work. Hope this was somewhat helpful. Just BELIEVE, Becky.