Stargate SG-1 Repli!Carter/Jack Fanfiction.
A one-shot/drabble/ficlet as a response to a Twitter conversation regarding Jack and Repli!Carter.Read More
The Walking Dead/Stargate SG-1 Sam/Jack Fanfiction.
Rating: Mature for Violence.
Stranded in a world destroyed by a zombie apocalypse, SG-1 struggles to fight the deadly outbreak of a virus so they can get back home. While fighting everything in the world around them, Sam and Jack grow closer and have to deal with an inevitable question: do Air Force regulations still apply in a world without rules?Read More
“So how was your day?” Smiling, Sam leaned back and looked out the window of her new apartment in Groom Lake.
“Really, really boring. Yours?”
“Quiet. Somehow not getting to obtain the technology anymore takes part of the fun out of it.”
“Come on, Carter. Don’t tell me you miss getting shot at by a horde of angry Jaffa.” As incredulous as Jack tried to sound, she knew he missed the field action as much as she did. Maybe even more so, since he’d been away from it longer.
“Sometimes,” she said. “But it’s more the team dynamics that I miss.”
“Eggheads not doing it for ya?”Read More
Those who know me won’t be surprised by this: I love Japan. Everything about it. The food, from Sushi, to Sashimi, to Ramen, to Udon and Okonomiyaki. The music, from Mika Nakashima, to YUI, to Yuna Ito. The language, the culture. Everything about Japan has fascinated me since I first came into contact with the Japanese language when translating some Sailor Moon mangas with a friend in high school. Ever since then, learning Japanese has been my life goal. As I’ve learned in the case of English, nothing teaches a language better than free voluntary reading and, that’s right,...Read More
As you may have noticed (or not ;) ) I’ve been rather quiet for a while. The reason for that is, that I’m working on another longer Stargate Sam/Jack story again, which is now entering a phase where I’m confident I can finish it. This Saturday, October 3, 2015, I’ll send the first chapter as an exlusive preview to all my newsletter subscribers. Make sure to subscribe now so you won’t miss it. Update Dec 10, 2015: Due to neverending infrindgements of authorship rights and copyrights, especially with regards to my original stories only using established character’s names, I will not...Read More
This is a collage of some of my Stargate SG-1 designs and artworks. The layout was chosen to imitate a page in a manga book. Then I converted all the images into a greyscale. Finally I chose some creative color...Read More
Today I want to write a post about plagiarism and art theft. Mostly because recently I have become victim of it quite a few times, but also because it’s a topic that not many people seem to have an understanding off. So let me start out with a basic definition of plagiarism. What is plagiarism? Many people think that plagiarism only means copying another person’s sentence word by word. But legally it’s also plagiarism to take another person’s idea. Ideas, concepts or structure can also be plagiarized, provided they are an original composition. The Legal Dictionary defines plagiarism as...Read More
Finally, almost an entire year after the event, I manage to sit down and write about my trip to Dusseldorf in Germany, where FedCon 23 took place from May 29 – June 1, 2014. Fedcon 23 was my first convention ever. I had always been one of those people who would like to go there, but didn’t really want to spend the huge amount of money for tickets, hotel and airplane. And I was horrified by the masses of people there. Yet, when I learned that all three Stargate SG-1 actors (Richard Dean Anderson, Amanda Tapping and Michael Shanks)...Read More
It’s been a while since I wrote the last blogpost in this category, mainly because I wasn’t as active searching around Youtube anymore. (It takes a lot of time. ;) ) And even though I stzill don’t do that the way I used to, recently I stumbled over an incredible artist. She’s hosting the channel “Adventures of Bri” on which she posts cosplay/singing videos (mostly Walt Disney) as well as Let’s Play videos. Nowadays, Youtube is flooded with cosplayers and wannabe-singers, so what makes Bri stand out of the crowd? First of all, she can actually sing. So well, actually, that one has to wonder why she hasn’t landed a contract with the Walt Disney company yet. And secondly, her personality is just charming and her cosplay is classy and well done. There was one video that really got me hooked on her channel: her rendition of “Out There”, Quasimodo’s song from “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. Yes, you heard that right, Quasimodo’s song. It’s a male song–and that makes it especially hard for women to sing. But Bri does a phenomenal job. Have a look: Her vocal capacities amazed me. She has some Disney Princess impressions on her channel as well, and it’s fascinating to see how she is able to adjust her voice to sound exactly like whatever princess she’s performing at. Her most recent Disney-princess video...Read More
This image was taken in Detmold, Germany, which is the town I spent my teen years in. I took it from the living room window of my mother’s apartment and then applied several effects in Photoshop to give it a surreal, pastellic look. Up to date, it is one of my favorite...Read More