Eh! It's in colour!
Defining the Target Audience for Your Fiction - So you’re writing a novel and your critique buddies want to know who your “target audience” is. What do you tell them? Nee posted this question on my “Ask ...
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The toyco has signed on as the global toy licensee for Jurassic Park 4, which will be released in June 2014, and will work with Universal Partnerships & Licensing once again to market and distribute new toys based on the film. Hasbro has the rights to develop a wide variety of toys including figures, plush, dolls, play sets, vehicles, role play, games, KRE-O branded building sets and novelty items.
…she is in charge of reviving the beloved characters from a galaxy far, far away in a sequel written by Michael Arndt and directed by J.J. Abrams. "JP4" is still without a director.Are they cutting it a bit close to not have a director yet, let alone not have started filming, if it’s to be released in only 477 days!?
|There was no end to our banter about who would go in for a life-threatening straight shave from Mr. Minestrone. He couldn't get a haircut right - lord only knows what would happen with a straight razor all over your face... :S|
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We did it. Almost 9 years baby, thank you very much. That’s why I’m telling you first, about the retirement. Love you. Talk to you soon.
|Hipsters wear the bowl cut ironically. Copycats are posers. |
He's also wearing that moustache ironically: he's not actually mischievous.
|AND in colour! There will have to be some fundamental changes in how I draw these things if I'm going to be able to colour them, that's for sure. WAY too much work if they're too complicated with shading and such.|
|The discovery of Eurazhdarcho is the most complete example of an azhdarchid found in Europe so far. According to researchers, its discovery adds credence to a theory about the behavior of these types of creatures.|
|“Experts have argued for years over the lifestyle and behavior of azhdarchids. It has been suggested that they grabbed prey from the water while in flight, that they patrolled wetlands and hunted in a heron or stork-like fashion, or that they were like gigantic sandpipers, hunting by pushing their long bills into mud,” says Gareth Dyke.|