Lo-fi graphic, low-res graphics, text mode visuals, ASCII art, ANSI art, pixel art, Unicode, Twitter art, Facebook art and all the other forms and styles of creating simple graphics. Otromatic, 8 bit graphician. Raquel Meyers - Lo-fi graphics mixed media artist. 8 Bit Today 8 bit collective - 8bitcollective is the first completely open chiptune-related media repository and file sharing community.
There have been all kinds of private detectives, investigators and amateur sleuths in fiction. It would be hard to come up with a completely new character. But, if that were your challenge... what can you come up with? To give you an idea here are some practical links for people who really are interested in a career as a private investigator.
- Fab Job: Become a Private Investigator
- How Stuff Works: How Private Investigators Work
- HubPages: Steps to Becoming a Private Detective
- HubPages: Online Private Investigations and Investigators on the Internet
- US Department of Labor: Private Detectives and Investigators
- eHow Money: Types of Police Detectives
Just a list I put together one day. Have a look if you have time to update your writing or web publishing skills.
- Google Blogger
- Intro to Information Technology
- Digital Photography
- Visual and Graphic Design
- Design - Applying Design Principles
- Fundamentals of English Grammar
- English Writing Skills
- Speaking and Writing English Effectively
- 21 Days to Building a Web Business
- Entrepreneurship: Creating the Business
- Diploma in Web Development
- Diploma in Web Business Development and Marketing
- Diploma in Social Media Marketing
- Diploma in English Language and Literature
- Research Writing
- Advanced Essay Workshop
The ABCs of Romance: The Duke of Slut, Mary Sue, TSTL, and More!.
Mary Sue/Gary Stu: A critical term reserved for badly-written protagonists who are too perfect—they are simply good at everything, everyone except the Bad Guys loves them, and they have no discernable character flaws. Mary Sues are generally disliked because, since they have no problems of their own, the conflicts they confront tend to be contrived. As well, with no flaws or quirks, many of them are simply not interesting.Which of these have you done when writing fictional characters? I think I'm holding back on writing longer fiction cause I am horrified that my characters, so carefully developed, will be labeled as any one of these. Mary Sue/ Gary Stu being the one I fear the most! Still, forewarned is... forewarned. This is a good list. Writers beware!