GOT - The Musical.... by RodS ()
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Just a bit of foolin' around to let everyone know I'm still alive....
I put this together as part of a Photoshop Daily Challenge from Adobe. They provided the neat template, and I couldn't resist having some fun with it.
Things here seem to be calming down - other than the daily storms (hope I don't lose power again...)
My muse is beginning to awaken again, and I'm working on Page 39 once again. Hope to have it posted soon. I'm doing all the Photoshop stuff on the laptop until I replace (or resurrect) the DOA machine.
Keeping it short tonight in case the power goes out...
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Wait. This is just PS fun ??!! Oh, man. I had the popcorn ready, the feet up. I was ready for you, Rod !!
When things are up, I fret and worry. They can only go down. When things are down is when I'm happiest and most hopeful. They can only go up and I can't wait to see where to. :-)
I wrote this a day ago, but am posting my comment now because I couldn't connect at the time...I didn't see GOT when it aired, so I streamed it over 5 weeks! Do you know what it's like to watch that show in 5 weeks time? It ain't exactly light comedy! I had nightmares you wouldn't believe. So it's a great uplift to see G4 as Daenerys, bringing her own special strength to the role, with one of her dragons behind her, and the ol' throne-made-of-swords. I like the supporting cast on the right--w/ their last names---and the "asbestos suit" bit: Let's hope it'll hold out against those dragon tantrums. (I'd have loved to see---right before a battle, or before Dany decided to nuke Kings Landing---someone say: "Here, people, 2000 asbestos suits: Trust me, you'll wanna put these on...") I like that it's in KC too. Also I like that it's on July 4th---fireworks will have competition! Great bit of play; and after seeing these characters 2 hours a day for 5 weeks, I welcome your cast. (I like G's half-clenched right hand. She's casting a spell.)
I'm glad you're able to get back to your series at last. And I hope the storms---which haven't stopped for weeks now---have spared you. I hope things are getting better, Rod, and continue to. My prayers are with you both for a much better 2d half of summer (and fall and winter and spring, etc)...All good things your way...
Awesome job! I feel for you on this plague of rain. We are getting the remnants of you storms but nothing like the amounts the Mid-West is enduring. I hope your basement is holding up and this pattern finally gets over itself. Take care and have the bass boat hooked to the back fence just in case.
At least the sucky, mucky weather you have had to endure hasn't killed your sense of humor, Rod...this is so dam'd funny and wonderfully executed...Girl makes a wonderful Dani :)
As an aside, since I am a stickler for historical accuracy, the play Camelot opened in the early '60s...I should know I saw it...