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Adorable Crayon Dragon Comes To Life, Goes On Adventures | The Mary Sue Adorable Crayon Dragon Comes To Life, Goes On Adventures | The Mary Sue by Jill Pantozzi | 5:44 pm, May 14th, 2012 Here’s the short version of what happens in this video: 1.) Woman draws dragon. 2.) Dragon comes to life. 3.) You cry tears of joy.
Pot Brownie Recipe ozone's pot brownie recipe 1/3 c flour 1/4 teasp baking powder 3 tablesp shortening (butter works fine) 3/4 c sugar (brown works great) dash salt 2 tablesp corn syrup 1 beaten egg 1 square baking chocolate 1 tablesp vanilla 3/4 c chopped nuts (optional) a coffee grinder half full, finely ground the corn syrup seems to be the key to the whole thing. there's no need to clean the active ingredient, just stuff it in there whole. make a pot of coffee afterwards without cleaning the grinder. mix shortening, sugar, corn syrup, egg, sift in flour, baking powder, salt, stir in chocolate and everything else. put greased 8" pan (glass is best). bake 20 minutes at 350f let cool. cut into 8 pieces. test carefully. Pot Brownie Recipe
What were you raised by wolves?
Fish - Fablewood
Hey, As I have done for a while, but have been rather remiss in publicising, all my comics are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This means that you can do almost anything non-commercial with the comics, including sharing them all over, as long as you link back. If you have any more commercial plans, I’m just an email away… The latest from LukeSurl.com The latest from LukeSurl.com
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emily carroll emily carroll GONE HOME was released last Thursday, and I would have posted about it sooner, but I was off visiting Portland to celebrate said release with The Fullbright Company. I'm proud to have had some small part in the game -- the above title image is drawn by me, as are the in-game maps, and the font used in game is based on my handwriting (there's a few other things too). My talented & generally fucking amazing wife Kate Craig was the 3D artist on the game, and the love that she & everyone else in Fullbright poured into it is completely, wonderfully, obvious. I really think that if you enjoy my storytelling, and the sorts of things that I make, that you would be interested in this game.
What were you raised by wolves?