Girls Like Me by Lola St. VilFifteen-year-old Shay Summers is trying to cope with the death of her father, being overweight, and threats from a girl bully in school. When she falls in love with Blake, a mysterious boy online, insecure Shay doesnt want to tell him who she is. But with the help of her two best friends, as well as an assist by Kermit and Miss Piggy, ultimately Shay and Blake’s love prevails.
Girls Like Me is a fun and fresh poetic take on teen angst, social media and online anonymity, and high school romance.
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In Real Life , different people have different faces—barring identical twins or doppelgangers—but this does not always hold true when it comes to media. Impossibly Cool Clothes or unusual hairstyles can create an extremely powerful framing effect, meaning the rest of the character's design may be quite simple as a shortcut. The unfortunate result may be a fundamentally homogenized artstyle, exacerbated if the designs are simplified further for characters who must be easy to animate in large groups. Naturally this runs the risk of looking somewhat cheap, especially if the cast gets very large. This can be compensated with color redesigns , or sticking a character habitually into one outfit , because said outfit is more distinctive than the actual character. In contrast, homogenous outfits like school uniforms tend to encourage faces to be drawn differently.
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The author uses her love for storytelling to teach children how to write stories of their own. After the stories are completed, the Genius Patch team has the stories professionally illustrated and printed for the Junior Storytellers to enjoy their work for a lifetime. The books are also distributed around the world for other children to enjoy. Watch this video to learn more. The initiative specifically serves children of color. Learn all about it below. Listen below.
The new characters include some more diverse faces. The keyboard app, which was created by online comic startup Bitstrips, allows users to create their own emoji avatars in their likeness. Then they can use them in text messages and apps on Apple or Android devices. Users can customize their avatars with features like hairstyles, outfits and even makeup colors. Or they can simply import an existing Bitstrips avatar. Those avatars then appear in different emoji styles, including smiles, frowns, heart eyes and more.
Oh the 90s, a time of nostalgia for many adults now. Do you remember waking up on Saturday mornings and spending numerous hours having your fill of cartoons upon cartoons? Back in the 90s, times were much simpler and people enjoyed simpler. There are a few classics that are still being aired up to this day; Powerpuff girls for example. There was also a plethora of cartoons that broke the mold and were better suited for adults like Family Guy for instance and South Park. These cartoons are still being aired to this day with new episodes too.