A Time to Kill (Mon) * The Genosha Sequence (Wed) * Daleks vs. Aliens (Fri)
Well, long time no see, hunh? Here comes the next page! Sorry for the delay, my fault entirely.
The 3rd Doctor and the Roger Moore Bond discover some dodgy technology - or at least, things that shouldn't be around in this era.
A Time to Live; A Time to KILL!
By Rich Morris, Richie Brackin and Christina Folkers
Thu 17 July
OKay, so the YAFGC site (yafgc.net) is still down and we're trying to attend to it as work and life allows. The problem currently appears to be a support issue between server and host. One has updated and the other can't cope and can't update along with it. A migration may be imminent.
Good news is that I have a new computer on the way which will help immensely. Also there are lots of new YAFGC strips and even some new material for this site that I'll try to get up soon.
Once my virtual world is back on its feet I'll try to get a proper relaunch going.
Wed 02 July
Hey, sorry about YAFGC being out of commission still. We're trying to get it back up and running, please stand by! Argh.
Sat 28 June
yafgc.net appears to be down for the moment, please stand by, we'll try to get it running asap!
Sun 15 June
Anyone remember this old project? (Anyone still there?)
This is the project I came up with back in 2011 where I decided to build a playset for my daughter's toy dinosaurs. I posted some progression steps as I did it but m work on it became more and more sporadic and my reports on the subject even more so.
Well I was with the kids working in the basement and Jenny and I looked it over and came up with some ideas. So today we popped around the craft shop and picked up some supplies. Here's how it looks today. (Still unfinished, mind you, but much cooler to look at.)
Apatosaurus stands in the Jurassic area, towering over the tall fern (aquarium palm tree) to munch on some yummy leaves!
Meanwhile in the Triassic period, Dimetrodon works his way through the sand to get to the water's edge for a drink.
Over the Jurassic/Cretaceous border, an Allosaurus faces down a Carnotaurus. Note the view of the large lake around the mountain. Jenny painted most of the gradients in the water.
While Acrocanthosaurus dominates the forground, a pair of Styracosaurus amble along the river's edge, munching on some fresh vegitation. The giant Ground Sloth can be seen across the water in what will be the Ice Age section. This is also a great view of the caves, which open up into a big subterranean cavern where I hope to have a population of Neanderthals living at some point.
This is the view looking up the river. I want to have the river disappear into a relatively thick forested area at some point.
So what do you think?