lukadarkwater:

*Releases breath*

The ship, the ship is there. They have both confirmed they like the other to their friends to their self. Character A is fantasizing about Character B. IT’S RIGHT THERE BUT BOTH DORKS DON’T KNOW THE OTHER DORK LIKES THEIR DORKY SELF AND IT HURTS ME!!!!!!!!

That moment when you swear you saw something out of the corner of your eye and you really hope it was just a ghost and not a spider.

I like how my brother was looking at Xbox games online and kept asking me if I had heard anything good about certain games, to which my usual response was “Yeah, I watch some videos of someone playing that one.”

This is our system now.

…….*srugs*……. I really don’t know. When I write I kind of go with the flow, put down ideas, and see what sounds good enough

I did that too. But when writing a very big and very long story, by the time you get near the end you can find yourself rethinking the earlier parts and developing new ideas to work into it. It’s essentially, you built a house, and you like the house, but you keep repainting the rooms and moving around the furniture because it’s just not quite right just yet.

shadowdragonia:

Re-working a script for the 8th time, because…. stuff, ideas and stuff.

This is what writers do, yeah?

…….*head desk*…….

Oh yes, and this also includes potentially deleting an entire main character that had already been developed but may no longer be needed. Writing is hard.

Re-working a script for the 8th time, because…. stuff, ideas and stuff.

This is what writers do, yeah?

…….*head desk*…….

Relevant to previous post, I’m talking about El Goonish Shive, which is still the funnest webcomic name to type out or say.

As a fellow evil writer, I feel a bit of twisted joy when a webcomic creator strings along the readers and leaves a new page off at one hell of a cliff hanger.

As a fan to the webcomic I’m speaking about…..

(The ship, it’s there, it’s RIGHT THERE! IT’S SO CLOSE! WHY CLIFF HANGER???? WHYYYYY?!?!?!?!?!?)

brownkitten:

welcome to art school