2018 Frame Game




Card Thief


Dicey Dungeons… which has grown some real art since the last time I played it.




@CaseyRobinson You’re up.


Ohh, I had a great idea for the next time I won one of these. I hope I can remember it.


@CaseyRobinson Poke. Remembered it yet?


What if he forgot and we never get another frame?


Then we’ll make him pick another game! By force! In person! Yeah!


Okay maybe not. But I’ll continue pinging him until he does one of the following:

(A.) Posts a shot.
(B.) Gives up his turn.
(C.) Turns off notifications and ignores us forever. By which point we…uh… I don’t know. Panic? Yes, that sounds right.

@CaseyRobinson Hi.


It’s been 3 days and he may be on vacation and not able to respond, if we don’t hear anything by tomorrow let’s give it whoever might want to step in and do it, maybe?


You know I just realized @CaseyRobinson is not a person, but a pumpkin!
I thought he had a serious case of Orange Glow, but in truth the hat was a disguise!

We’ve been left here to languish without a frame to guess, by a pumpkin!


(I’m with you @CaseyRobinson, don’t let those shadowy figures steal your thunder!)


Always the right answer.



I tried to get all fancy and use InkScape, because I wanted to learn it for a new thing. But didn’t.

Uh, shot up in, I dunno, 30 minutes?


Wait, Inkscape? Why would use a vector package for raster editing?


Layers mostly.




Well, better use a raster software that supports layers. GIMP is what I use personally, but I’m sure people here use other stuff like Paint.Net and even Photoshop. ;)

Inkscape would work, but since it’s made to deal with vectors instead of raster images, it’s less than optimal.

Anyway, don’t mind my musings. Carry on. ;)


minesweeper ?