Today, since I was into the idea, we have this challenge, from Strawberry Singh’s blog:
Create a book cover to show your avatar in fiction. It does not have to be based on a real book, it can be one that you make up. Don’t forget to leave a link to your cover in the comments and share it in the Blog Memes flickr group.
I figured I’d just give it a passing go with an old photo – but the requirement that my avatar be depicted made this a bit trickier than I’d expected! However, I did finally find something that seemed appropriate, given how much this week has felt like being nibbled to death by geese.
I know, totally looks like an 80s Ballantine Fantasy cover, doesn’t it? The font probably helps here, somewhat, but…
And no, I’m not annoyed at anyone who’s looked for my attention on this, that, or the other. I’ve had a fair bit on my plate RL this week, so I haven’t had as much attention as I would like to have had. Hopefully, everyone’s doing well without me! 😉
I’ve been receiving some really enthusiastic input on the Homestuff blogging I’ve been doing (over here, for those of you who haven’t looked). Apparently the designers enjoy not JUST the fact that I feature their own goods nicely, but that I feature other creators’ goods nicely. Thank you, one and all!
If you haven’t looked, you might enjoy it if you have enjoyed my home decoration babble on here (which I’m relocating over there, for the most part).
Strawberry Singh’s Monday Meme Challenge Question Bloggy Thingummy Stop Asking Me this week asks us:
Meme Instructions: Share a black & white portrait (headshot) of your Second Life avatar. You can post a raw shot or process the image as much as you like. Don’t forget to leave a link to your image in the comments and also share it in the Blog Memes flickr group.
Okay, I figured I’d try this one. While I haven’t actually done B&W photography in SL, I thought this could be a little funny, because my view in Second Life looked rather like this as I read the above:
But I figured I would give it a go. Why not, I haven’t actually ever done black and white photography in Second Life, and it’s a favorite of mine in RL. So, here goes… Continue reading