A very creative Easter

9 April, 2007 at 7:59 pm Leave a comment

has come for a visit. She’s a wonderful person to have around, and working on the book has been more fun than ever. It’s also easier to understand the creative process if you can talk face to face instead of trying to communicate through YIM or email. The work is coming along very nicely, the illustration are fantastic, and we spent every day with serious discussion, research, analysing the work of Sartre, meditation and five hours of writing/drawing.

Heh. Yeah, sure.

Thanks to , , Miss C. and way too much chocolate, the weekend was actually



Pictures: screencaps from “Fierce Creatures”, showing John Cleese, my favourite lemur and my favourite non-lemur (that would be Jack Davenport). Furthermore, we have Vivien Leigh as Emma Lady Hamilton and Sir Laurence Olivier as Admiral Lord Nelson, who are two very good (looking) reasons to watch “That Hamilton Woman” (no lemurs in that movie, unless you count Hardy). Last but not least it’s Damian O’Hare in “Casualty”. Things explode around him as usual, and of course the military is involved again, but for once he survives the episode. Which is sort of positive. Sadly, also no lemurs on “Casualty” there.

Very boring. No, really.

😉

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