Thank you!

Printed copies for Activated!

tales of the activated

We DID manage to sell some copies. Thank you for the people who bought them.

Leslie did make a good suggestion of having the remaining printed copies available for buying with mailing. If anyone is interested in this option, please comment to this post and we’ll work something out. ^^v

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Our sad lack of updates :)

Hi all – It seems we have been a very bad set of wenches as of late. I shall do my best to remedy this with a few announcements.


As it turns out several of our projects have gone to completion (if you have been visiting the site).  

  • Activated and its sequel have completed here
  • Red Riding Hood (first arc) of Tales of the Big Bad Wolf has also completed here; ebook versions are available at Smashwords and Kindle
  • Memory of AUSOS is still serializing here, and the author has published a complete work “The Ghost Tiger’s Lament” (see info here)
  • Suzy’s Box has gone on indefinite hiatus, but you can kick the author’s butt here
  • TE Waters and I also launched a blog about serial fiction. Who knows how long we’ll have something to say, but you can read it at 



May-June Collaborations

Hello all – We’ve been a quiet busy lot as of late, have we not?

It’s been a challenge trying to get these collaborations together. For May June we have “A Square Paradise”, an experiment in round-robin fiction.

The explanation for how it was set up is here.

“An Event in Newtown” — the premise is here. Both the writing game setup and premise were written by SgL.

For the next few weeks (starting Wednesdasy) we’ll be posting the various individual installments by CSKay and TE Waters. Expect this game to continue at various points over the next few months.

In the meantime,we have other side illustrations to show!   Make sure to visit the other pages:)

February Collab

Heh. February collabs begin with me starting random sketches around Suzy’s Box.


January 2011 collaboration: Up Close and maybe too personal *_*

This month the four members of Creative Wenches sat down and interviewed one another about their projects. Over the next few weeks we’ll be posting the electronic interviews right here!

To start off – SgL interview TE Waters on “Memory of AUSOS” and they obsess over Mecha. Read here!

Collaboration Contribution

Storyboard - Memory of AUSOS episode 1

As we are now officially underway, collaborations (or in this case “inspired’) works will become a regular appearance on this specific blog.

In reading the two part episode, there are two things that visually grabbed my attention.  The first was the idea of Intan, the lead heroine, wandering through the junkyard and standing before four giant dolls.   The second image draws from the second half of the episode and a part that I felt sort of toying with.  What is an intimate scene in the setting of the episode is chilling when you pull the camera back.    In thinking about what to do, I thought a lot about the visual of the doll in the backdrop.  Maybe I”ve been watching too much BigO, but mechs to me are interesting monsters in a way – although they are human controlled and operated.

There are a few artistic liberties here – first putting Intan’s doll in the water, largely because the symbolism of “birth” is important to me. This is the birth of a Doll in a metaphorical way in that it is now being used by a novice who was not intended to have it. (Or was she? I’m a fan of conspiracy stories, so I say YES. YES. YES.).  I also could not figure out what to do about the writer’s prompt that the Dolls looked like the wooden human figure dolls often used by artists.  Is the head the brain of the machine? All the circuity?  ANd what of the note regarding the enemy Doll and its monstrous face?  I had to think about that — and rather than giving Intan something crazy , I gave her something slightly anonymous, but sinister with insect like eyes on the Doll’s head.   That’s just me inserting my wishful thinking here. Ehehehe.

Memory of AUSOS Launches Dec 1, 2010!

TE Waters is now entering the picture 🙂

On Wednesday, December 1st, the first webisode will launch 🙂 and continue on a weekly basis.


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