Corgi

As school is winding down, I’m able to push a little harder.  I did that this weekend and was able to get a few more sketches out of the daughter, along with as much of a plan as can be expected of her.  She wants to do all of the sketches first, before doing any … Read more

Not a Dog Sketches

The daughter has come through with some initial sketches.  They are fantastic!  I know I could be slightly biased because it’s my kid, but I don’t usually do that.  In my daughter’s words, “I don’t really give good feels, ever.”  This is a small step, but a step forward nonetheless. The sketches are for cards … Read more

I’ve thought of a third option that I’m going to go with.  I really want to give my daughter the time to do this as she’s able.  To be fair to her, she’s trying to finish 8th grade and has a number of big, end of school projects she’s finishing over the next couple weeks.  … Read more

With the art at a standstill, I need to consider my options.  Really there are two that I see; I either move on without her and outsource the art, or I wait. I don’t really want to move on without her, as one of the driving factors in doing this was to do something the … Read more

My worry related to the art getting done is coming to fruition.  It’s been several weeks now and with my daughter primarily responsible for the art, there are still no drawings (she has been a limited participant in the testing).  I’ve been pushing a little, but am still afraid to push too hard and break … Read more

First Deck

Ok I had to do something about the cards.  The index cards I was using were really starting to bother me.  Playing the game was ok, but shuffling was nearly impossible.  Index cards aren’t thick enough to shuffle like playing cards, so it was painful to mix up the cards after each round.  I did … Read more

I think the kids are getting tired of hearing me come home from work and ask them to play a few rounds.  We’ve been grinding on the gameplay 2-3 times a week which is about as much as we can fit in on a regular week. I see two things that are critical to the … Read more