Current Residence: Wildest Northern California
Favourite genre of music: Late 60s/ early 70s Rock and Folk
Favourite style of art: impressionism, postmodern realism
Operating System: MacOSX 10.6.8, 10.9,5
MP3 player of choice: I like CDs.
Shell of choice: nautilus
Favourite cartoon character (at the moment): Marielle of Crescent Moon, Lina Inverse, Holo the wisewolf, Bellnoa the Brave, Ko Yagame, Sylvette Suede, Red Blood Cell. It must be some kind of coincidence that they're all female. I try to pick older ones when available.
Favorite species: Dimetrodon limbatus
Favorite color: turquoise blue
Favorite temperature: 65 degrees F, slightly foggy
Personal Quote: The moon is hidden behind a mirror. The stars are laughing.
Well, if you just showed up in the middle of the book, it's gonna be hard to follow just what's going on. If you've already read it from Antventures Here and There page 1, curious would have different meanings. What I'm attempting to do with these anthropomorphized ants is not having them act like humans, but let them have the concerns of real ants, to some degree. And this is true for all the other insects and animals they interact with. Hope you find it interesting.
There are (in real life) species of ants called social parasites. The queen attempts to take over the colony of a similar species by sneaking in, getting the colony odor, laying her own eggs, and sometimes killing the existing queen. I thought it would be interesting to see how Amy and Betty could deal with that problem. The rest of the story is just encountering various predators, or "villains," as they attempt to deal with Zenobia and go back home. Riding a dragonfly? Well, this is a comic!