Katy Keene | Camille Hyde Interview: Alexandra Cabot | The CW

– [Man] Just who do you think you are? – Alexandra Cabot, the senior VP of Cabot Entertainment. Alexandra is one of the most accomplished and brilliant and driven characters you’ll probably see on TV. The Cabot board, including myself, have taken valuable time out of our schedules to listen your song, now it’s your […]

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Katy Keene | Katherine LaNasa Interview: Gloria Grandbilt | The CW

– Girls. Ah, thank you all. Gloria is Katy’s boss at Lacy’s Department Store. – [Katy] Gloria Grandbilt, world class personal shopper to the rich, fabulous and entitled. – She’s a little bit of a legend and a little bit of a legend in her own mind. I put Lacy’s ahead of everything and I […]

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RWBY Volume 4, Chapter 1: The Next Step | Rooster Teeth

Yes, yes, please keep your… …posse… in check. You hear that? Silence. I’ve half the mind to thank the little girl that bested you. If I were you, I’d hunt her down… …find her, and… Well… she took YOUR eye, didn’t she? [Laughing] [Struggling to speak] Pathetic. Why did you even- [Door unlocks] Watts… Do […]

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Textile Tidbits #6: Paris Green (Inspiration for worldbuilders, writers, & artists)

Green is a color with an odd set of polysemantic symbolism in Western culture. It is the color of life, of luck, the color of creativity, of nature, and health. But it is also the color of illness and death, used to symbolize wickedness and insidious cunning. Today we call certain shades acid green, or […]

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Textile Tidbits #1: Ikat (Inspiration for worldbuilders, writers, & artists)

Ikat is a method of weaving, traditionally silk. It involves dying bundles of thread at a time, prior to weaving, with sections tied off to shield them from penetration of the dye. It’s a method very similar to that used for tie-dyeing t-shirts. The dyed threads are then warped onto a loom and woven as […]

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Textile Tidbits #1: Ikat (Inspiration for worldbuilders, writers, & artists)

Ikat is a method of weaving, traditionally silk. It involves dying bundles of thread at a time, prior to weaving, with sections tied off to shield them from penetration of the dye. It’s a method very similar to that used for tie-dyeing t-shirts. The dyed threads are then warped onto a loom and woven as […]

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Immersive Worldbuilding Part 1: for writers and DMs, novels or RPG campaigns

Hi guys! I’m Janet from World Anvil. So for those who don’t know, World Anvil is an online worldbuilding platform which allows you to write, organise and share your work. But today we’re going to talk about immersive worldbuilding – that’s about how you can get your audience absorbed in your worldbuilding, whether it’s for […]

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