As a creative, I am always busying my mind somewhere with some creative pursuit. I have conceptualized many stories over the years that will probably never see the light of day as an actual creative work: Be that novel, game, movie or what ever. So I decided that, instead of letting all those stories go […]Read more "Story ideas"
Shadows over Camelot is a great board game, and awesome crowd-pleaser. This Arthurian-themed board game was published in 2005 by Days of Wonder, making it an older game, as things go these days. I have played it a couple of times with friends now, have both won and lost, so I feel like I may venture […]Read more "Shadows over Camelot: Boardgame review"
“Michelangelo, was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect, poet, and engineer of the High Renaissance who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art.” – – Wikipedia “Leonardo da Vinci, was an Italian polymath. His areas of strength included painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, invention, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography.” – […]Read more "No more creative boxes"
It all started with what I like to call the “sentient fox in Lord of the rings”. While working my way through the lord of the rings the first time, I came upon this super weird bit: The hobbits are traveling from the Shire, and they sleep outdoors the night. Along walks a fox and […]Read more "Funny Easter-eggs in otherwise serious fantasy novels"
Yes, I know, it has been done like a million times – and yet somehow I feel like there is no other way for me to kick off my blog on fantasy than with a post on the lord of the rings. I am quite firm in my opinion that J.R.R Tolkien was the most […]Read more "A comparitive look at the Lord of the rings books and movies"