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Jane Austen Quote Hand Lettering
Hand-Lettering Jane Austen Quote Project
On May 8, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s finally finished! You may remember my earlier post about how I was taking a hand-lettering course on Skillshare. Since I’ve been so busy with RecipeLuv, it’s taken me forever to finish this lettering project. Below is a peek at the final sketch that resulted in this color version! Which quote should I try handlettering […]

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Jane Austen Video Game Concept Art Conversation Screen
Jane Austen Video Game Concept
On April 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

When a friend dares me with a design challenge, I can never resist. The proposal of a Jane Austen video game was an especially intriguing concept. I only spent a day on these three rough design mockups, and they are not anywhere near finished. I’m still very excited to share them with all of you! […]

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Sense and Sensibility – A Matter of Honor
On August 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The third volume of Sense and Sensibility begins with a shocking plot twist. Edward’s long engagement to Miss Lucy Steele is no longer a secret. Despite his own regret for making the connection, he is steadfast in his promise. However, few of his connections see it as an honorable course of action. Jane Austen takes […]

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Pemberley Shades by D. A. Bonavia-Hunt Review
On August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Buy at Amazon Writing in a style similar to Jane Austen is no easy feat and completing a believable sequel to Pride and Prejudice is even more difficult. For The Pride and Prejudice Bicentenary Challenge from Austenprose, I have just finished reading Pemberley Shades,the only novel penned by the rather mysterious authoress, D. A. Bonavia-Hunt, […]

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Pride & Prejudice 2005 A Visit
Pride and Prejudice (2005) Review
On July 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

Unobserved, the Bennet family relaxes. ( Pride & Prejudice (2005) Full Credit ) Buy at Amazon For my next review for the The Pride and Prejudice Bicentenary Challenge from Austenprose, I have selected the 2005 film of the novel. While I will never turn down a costume drama, there are many that suffer from a […]

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Sense and Sensibility – City Pleasures
On July 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

As I continue my Jane Austen book reading challenge, I am reminded that one of the greatest delights to be found in her novels are her superb characters. In the second volume of Sense and Sensibility, Elinor and Marianne journey to London, where the city encourages the worst in their acquaintances. They are the guests […]

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