First we take the ironically named show, “unforgettable”. CBS cancelled the show in its first season. Then they brought is back last summer to even worse ratings. Now they have brought it back for a third summer because…? They want to see exactly HOW low the ratings will get I guess?
I am just trying to figure out what kind of dirt Poppy Montgomery has on Leslie Moonves, that he lets her abysmal…
It has been a long day, but a day full of grace and truth.
Metropolis Illinois is a town of about 6,000 people. Or at least that’s what I was told anyway. It took a little town obsessed with the Man of Steel to marry Sarah and Kristy.
The day was bright and full of sun. I mean full like beating down hot full. A picturesque gazebo held the couple. Sarah dressed in a lovely white summer dress,…
I’m going on a trip.
Today I am joining the Campaign for Southern Equality. We are supporting a lovely couple who were denied their marriage license in Louisville. We are currently on our way to Metropolis Illinois where they can legally be married.
We will be crossing the Ohio river to get to the land where this couple can be recognized as equal human beings, worthy of being recognized by the…
I liked Slodwick’s design for this Welcome to Night Vale board game so much that I decided to make a fully playable physical version with a box, tray, and three dimensional pieces. (The box is made of plywood covered in a faux leather vinyl and felt.)
I changed up a few things like the color of the money (matching traditional Monopoly colors except for the $500 bill which I made purple) and the obelisk/pyramid buildings. Since these would have been too difficult for me to make out of wood, I made the obelisks condos (black cubes) and changed the pyramids back to hotels (like those you’d find in an original Monopoly game). For the game tokens, I attached Slodwick’s images onto a piece of PVC pipe (spray painted black) on top of a piece of felt. I also designed and wrote up my own instruction book to match Monopoly rules more closely while still keeping some of Slodwick’s Night Vale flavor.
As a finishing touch, I etched a Night Vale eye out of a brass plate, spray painted it black, and sanded the raised surface, giving it an interesting aged look. Overall, I think the project turned out quite well.
Here are some more pictures I took of the project.