"What did I tell you - the right ingredients and a little patience - and these sweeties will turn out perfectly. I mean, would you just take a look at these - can you zoom in a little more? Absolutely divine. What's more, we've got enough for everyone in the audience to try one - believe me you don't want to miss out on one of these babies!"
"What? Where'd they all go?"
"Well that cleared the studio faster than usual...I thought we'd have at least one fetishist left behind...ya know the ones you gotta get security to haul out....never can tell with some types. Their loss....these things are great."
"And that's a wrap....who's up for lunch? Chinese today?"
Lot of thunderstorms around here the last few days.
"Like I was saying folks, these treats are nearly done. And if you look closely, you can see them rising very nicely. I know some people just talk about mixing things together and having it all come together. Honestly, that might work for a few people - and every now and then you might get lucky - but let's face it - it really helps to measure out everything just right - these recipes are tried and true for a reason."
"That's the same reason I always use real sugar in my recipes - on the show and in my books. There's just no substitute for the real thing. Sure I prefer a little sweetener in my coffee - but when it comes to baking, real food, whathaveyou - it's about quality over quantity - even if it does add a few calories to the final product."
"Mmmm - this tastes amazing - but they're not quite done yet. Looks like just a few more minutes before our first batch of goodies will be ready to take out. Like I was just saying - a few snacks here and there are fine, but you've got to watch your intake if you want to keep a figure like mine."
"That's not to say that you're limited to making just a few of each item - half the fun of baking a lot of sweet treats is being able to share them with other folks - friends, coworkers, family members and so forth."
"Well, there go her pants. At least we don't have to blur the image this time around."
"And we're back from our sponsored messages. If you're just joining us now, this is our special spring baking episode - where I'm sharing some of my favorite baked goods and pastry treats. Now obviously it's easy to get carried away when cooking these sorts of sweets. A little licking the mixers here, a little leftover batter on this spoon and it's all - a second on the lips, a lifetime on the hips."
"At least that's what my mom always said - bless her heart - but it's certainly possible to whip up some amazing goodies and still keep your figure. It just takes a bit more effort - a little extra time on the treadmill...but more than worth it if you ask me."
"People are always asking me - 'Trina - I don't understand how you stay so thin - especially eating the way you do on your show - what's your trick?' - and I always respond, 'I could tell you, but then I'd have to kill you.' Just kidding, seriously...there's not really any secret. I've been blessed with a great metabolism. I mean....there might be a few other tricks up my sleeve - but who am I kidding - who'd want to cover up these arms?"
"Ok, now these muffins have been sitting and rising long enough - time to get them in the oven. And we'll be back after these messages from our sponsors here at TR-I TV."
"Hi there everyone, and welcome to 'Cooking with Trina' - today's premiere cooking show. I'm your hostess Trina and today we're all in for a real treat. That's right, today is our spring baking special! I don't know about you folks out there, but I couldn't be more excited...I mean sure we all love Christmas cookies and cakes and other snacks....but there's so much variety out there and today we'll be demonstrating a few of my favorite recipes."
"As always, 'Cooking with Trina' is sponsored by TransRepo Industries here on TR-I TV and to assist us in today's presentation, we have a new type of quick-rising flour developed by the eggheads upstairs. I don't know about you, but I've been seeing some rave reviews about this stuff, and I'm really looking forward to testing it out today!"
"Should she be tasting the batter already? They said this stuff was really fast-acting."
"Relax...I made sure they watered it down properly this time. This episode will be perfect. Trust me."
Apologies for the delay in posting. Been very busy with work/travel the last few weeks and had some technical issues trying to post a week ago. I do have a new sequential piece by a favorite artist to go up either this week or next week depending on my schedule.
Turns out TransRepo Industries offers a support group[s] for employees and others who've had issues in the past.
Reaching back to last May, I'm finally getting around to posting the art sequence commissioned by the winner of my 5 Million Pageview Contest. The delay here is more due to my schedule than anything else.
So winner Jbrey commissioned site favorite Synthean to illustrate a sequence with several of his OCs.
Jbrey's OC's (L to R) Emma Flynn, Rose Cresswell and Chelsea Boyd all live in a city called Bayview. The city
is run by Lulu Mayfield who is the head of Mayfield Industries a large
supplier of items ranging from health supplements to cosmetic makeup
and even confectioneries. Lulu has this desire to turn all the women in
the city into beast women.
The Club which is run by Emma, Rose, and Chelsea (and one other girl not shown) holds a
lot of influence over the younger college girls of the city so Lulu plots
to capture them all and brainwash them and turn them into beast women
under her control. She creates a false diet pill which she calls SW1N3
for it's code name.
Chelsea, Rose and Emma all need extra money so take
up the offer of sampling the diet pills unaware of the real intent
behind them. The sequence is showing their transformation from who they
were into Pig Girls to be brainwashed and unleashed on their former
friends. (The sequence ends before the brainwashing
Well, the snowstorm is still playing itself out. We got out of work early on Friday - hopefully we get back to work on time Monday (assuming the roads are cleared) because the backlog is building.
As far as the lack of recent "major" content here - I've got a few "large" projects that are *still* very backlogged, additionally, I've got a lot more real-life concerns going on as far as planning for the future. There are tons of concepts I still want to work on with artists I've come across recently, but do not have the time/resources at the moment.
Back to the show....
It's always entertaining when you spike your boss's coffee.
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