Monday, June 18, 2012

Nancy Drew Spaces

We have been *cough*purposefully*cough* keeping you in suspense for a few days with the secret YouTube video. Cue evil laughter: Mwahaha! Cut evil moment: The "private" video on intern Phoenix's play list is now viewable! Check out our YouTube channel and subscribe to stay informed on all the latest uploads she adds. ;)


This is my favorite video so far, because it's really cool to see what our office looks like. Although to a non-Nancy Drew fan, it might look just like any other office. There are still tiny secrets around, you would just have to look harder, with keen eyes. The story behind every room and every cubicle and every space is most interesting. Perhaps Phoenix will enlighten you on some while she snoops further.

You also get a sneak peak at my desk in this video. Oh dear! Now you know how much of a Nancy Drew nerd I am... XD The game collection on my top shelf, posters on my wall, the tin on my desk with the Earth's remaining Koko Kringles, a box of crayons and colored pens next to my monitor...*sigh* This cubicle is my Nancy Drew dream space. Although, I think I would love to have a living room designed the same way Nancy's looks like in Alibi in Ashes. It's so homey! That would be the dream space for me.

I would have to put up the coat rack somewhere, the mugs and coasters on the coffee table, along with a magnifying glass and a few Nancy Drew books on some shelves or side tables. That would be amazing.

How would you decorate your space Nancy Drew style? Would it be Nancy Drew memorabilia, or would it look like an environment from a game? Say, Nancy's bedroom in The Captive Curse, or perhaps decorate it like the Wickford Castle in Treasure in the Royal Tower? The artist in me wants to go crazy with all these possibilities...now where's my canvas? 

Weekend puzzle answer will be posted tomorrow. For those who are new to these, you do not need to submit your answers, these puzzles are just for fun. But if you'd like, you may discuss them on the Message Boards here.
~Little Jackalope~

8 comments:

Future HeR Animator said...

I can't tell you how much I enjoyed Phoenix's video! :D :D I recognized a few things from where you've shown us here. :)
I love your cubicle, it's like the dream desk at HeR. So much ND in there.
I would def go with Nancy's living room in ASH. I would personally like to have her house, my friends and I all agree that we want to build our own houses that looks just like Nancy's.

Anonymous said...

My Nancy space would be full of boards paper,notpads,and any type of writing device. Although a little messy,it'd be organized enough so I'd know where everything is.

From me,
Silvertingue.

I HAVE to go watch that video.

Anonymous said...

Hi! I was just wondering about the eggs... did you ever catch the culprit?
From a Curious Friend

Anonymous said...

Omigosh, My mom and I are going to make my bathroom Nancy Drew themed! I wanted to do my whole room but that would mean buy all new comforter so we decided doing a blue and yellow bathroom! My walls are going to be yellow and I'm going to get a blue shower curtain and rugs. We even have some Nancy Drew postcards that we are going to put on a canvas. My Gramma even made me towels with Nancy Drew Silhouettes and my fave ND PC game names on them. Nancy Drew forever!
Your biggest fan,
Sydney

Anonymous said...

Ooh, so many wonderful enviroments to pick from! You guys do an amazing job at making wonderful and memorable places in your games. :D

Now let's seeee....

Instead of decorating up my space, I think that I would absolutely love to live in Jake's train from TRN. It's soooo gorgeous.... :D

Anonymous said...

Oh, P.S., I just watched the video, and I LOVE how you've decorated your cubicle! You do an absolutely awesome job. :D

Anonymous said...

i would decorate my room like nancy's dorm in WAC.
~GJfan

Krolmeisterclue (Olivia V) said...

I LOVE your videos, Phoenix! Thank you so so so much! It was great to see the Her Interactive studio and I recognized Little J's secret stash of Koko Kringle bars! Also Little J, your cubical was like my dream space! Thanks again for sharing!