So I was at work today, and during one of the rare moments of rest I get ther I managed to scribble this little thing down. Comments are welcome. Hope you enjoy!
Catching white hell
No one will tell
Over my teeth
Under your spell
Nowhere to hide
Masking of pride
Know when to run
Love will bequeath
Handsome new gun
Reaping the sown
Since the rumors first reached the tunhee of the Glade, scouts had been posted at the outskirts of the surrounding woods. At all times thirty or more sets of yellow eyes were watching from the tops of the aspen trees, searching for anyone or anything that was suspicious or threatening. All, that is, except for one particular set. This wandering set of eyes was looking down at a couple of red squirrels at play.
The slender brown body the eyes belonged to was sitting on a long branch,
I recently screened this movie for the first time in a very long time, and I was surprised at some of the things I observed.
First, I can understand why there's been some talk of a remake. What is now accomplished by way of CG and motion capture is done the old-fashioned way in this flick. Puppetry and superimposition abound. The score isn't "Ladyhawke" bad, but it's dangerously close to it at times. These and a few other things make the film seem dated.
I just posted the first part of a story I hope to continue in Ravana's "Swordpunk" challenge thread. I'll have to finish some reading before I continue with it, but check out what I've got so far if you like.
If you do, drop me a line and tell me what you think, whether it's good or bad, ect. Even if you don't read my story, Ravana has one in there that's an awesome read. It's worth a look.
Many thanks to Ravana for all the hard work it takes to run the Machiavel: Ambition forum RPG. I just got my Barony today, and this thing is so cool! It's exhaustive, but not overwhelming. I can't wait to get into it for real over the next few days.
Don't be surprised when I pay your Barony's thread a visit, myrddin173.