I realizedWhile I don't regret writing the character introspections of Discorded Ponies, since that needed to be told, I've realized, seeing so much dark and depressing stories on-line. Plus stuff I've written myself? When we fanfiction writers make Equestria hell, make one of the mane six evil, or reveal some horrid secret about Celestia, or any other number of such things, we THINK we're being original or clever, but nothing is further from the truth.I realized4 months ago in Personal More Like This
Creating a convincing, well done, and INTERESTING, HAPPY world, requires far more skill and effort than to just sit back and let your darkness flow. For me at least. All this dark and depressing stuff we produce . . . It's not clever. Or at least, I don't think it is. And yes, I continue to write 'deconstructions' and the like, but seriously, dark future, are just TOO easy to write. Interesting bright future, take effort. I admit to this. Light World looked over by Alicorn and her husband Spike, IMHO, is the real lesson of the Epilogue timeline,
Lol, Bronies.This person posted these comments:Lol, Bronies.1 month ago in Personal More Like This
And then immediately blocked me so I couldn't respond:
Reeeal mature. And people like this expect their opponents to take their opinions seriously. But allow me to respond anyway, AngewomonsLover.
First of all, if we're such a "tiny minority", MLP would have ended right then because nobody would have bought the toys or watched the movies. Thus your precious Friendship is Magic wouldn't exist.
1-2: No. What's sexist is anyone who hates the concept of "girlyness" and wants to remove it from TV and toy shelves. It doesn't matter if you are a man or a feminist. If you want to kill femininity, you are sexist.
Saying men (usually) can't understand things that are aimed at young girls is not sexism, it's natural fact. Adul
Persona 4 CharactersAdachiPersona 4 Characters4 years ago in Personal More Like This
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That's It.I've thought about this for a while now, and it officially needs to happen.That's It.6 months ago in Personal More Like This
I'm going to make a Youtube video in spite of all the bronies and their hate reviews of G3 My Little Pony, explaining why G3 isn't that bad. The points I'm going to touch on are as follows:
Note all the reasons people claim to hate it: It's not Friendship is MagicIt's girlyIt's childishCharacters that were carried over had different personalities and that's SO HORRIBLE for SOME REASONIt's "cool" to hate itIt's funny to hate itAll the famous bronies hate itBasically because they're all apparently the 6-year-old bullies in the kindergarten playground in real life who think girly stuff is gross.It was girly because it was a show made for young girls, duh. It had a huge fanbase, and sold millions of toys. It was popular when it existed for a reason. If it really was SO BAD, the My Little Pony Franchise would have ended right then.How immature it is to bash something for being girly and aimed at
Vic featured in Shatner's 'Get A Life'I thought all of the Trekkie Rangers would get a kick out of this. For everyone who has a Netflix account, take a look at William Shatner's (the original actor for Captain Kirk) documentary called "Get A Life". It's a documentary about Trekkies, and interview them at conventions on how the franchise has affected their lives. Even though they don't say anything and it's only for a few seconds, Vic and Michele can be found dressed as Kirk and Yeoman Janice Rand from a convention they attended last year. Haha! Here I was just watching and then all of a sudden, there they are!Vic featured in Shatner's 'Get A Life'2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The funny thing is that my facebook page was spammed from Michele posting pics of themselves from this exact convention last year. XD
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OC memeFor reference, here's my Charahub. All of my active characters are listed there. I only proofread this once, so mistakes and typos may occur. Notify me of them, if you see any?OC meme6 months ago in Personal More Like This
I'm not tagging anyone, but feel free to do this yourself if you feel like it~
1. Your first OC ever?
I think started to have OCs when I was in third grade. They were mostly just generic foxes, rabbits and cats that kept appearing in the doodles I sneakily scribbled in my notebooks. They didn’t even have names. The earliest still somewhat active OC of mine is Papyrus, dating back to 2004, if my memory serves me correctly.
2. Do you have a personal favorite among your OCs?
You have three guesses.
3. Have you ever adopted a character or gotten a character from someone else?
Yes! The first OC not designed by me came from NinjaKato, it was a blue male Doberman called Chicago. Since
In Defense of Monster High Pt 2- GhouliaYesterday I touched upon the idea that the real failing of Equestria Girls, at least insofar as the toyline, is that it is geared towards one specific goal- getting a piece of the monster-sized success of Monster High while ignoring the details that have made MH so successful.In Defense of Monster High Pt 2- Ghoulia2 years ago in Personal More Like This
With the next few installments, I want to look at these details, and how they relate to making the individual dolls so excellent and the line so successful. First up- theming and attention to detail, both of which are, in my opinion, the keys to Monster High's success and factors which set them apart from most every other toy on the market.
Each MH doll is a character with not only a distinct, canon personality, but is also based on a monster or fictional creature from folklore or horror films. My example today happens to be not only my favorite character, but also represents my favorite monster as well. Meet Ghoulia Yelps, the zombie and smartest ghoul in school:
In the Monster Hig
100technique meme list1. Draw an image, copy it three times and colour each differently/with different colours. Bonus!: use different media for each.100technique meme list6 years ago in Personal More Like This
2. Draw something with a stereotypically feminine theme or style. (Flowers, pastel colours, beautiful subjects?)
3. Draw something with a stereotypically masculine theme or style. (Action, explosions, rough lines and angles?)
4. Draw something that is supposed to arouse positive emotion from the viewer (amusement, joy, sympathy). you can use both technique and the subject of the drawing to achieve this.
5. Draw something with no same colour used twice.
6. Draw a short comic of 3-7 panels.
7. Drawing using only two colours.
8. Do a drawing digitally, colouring it with three depths of shades and three depths of lighting.
9. Do a digital drawing in black and white.
10. Draw an imaginary object.
11. Digital. Sketch, lineart, colour. Use an hour or more for every step.
12. Traditional. Sketch, lineart, colour. Use an hour or more for every step.
13. Draw digitally
#Unpopular OpinionsThat's right. It's #unpopularopinion time! Time for you to express opinions that go against what the average citizen might believe. There shall be no judging. No criticism. No harshness. Only acceptance. We all believe SOME things which many would find unpopular. So here's a chance for you to express yours. Either in comments, or in journal form!#Unpopular Opinions7 months ago in Personal More Like This
I'll start us off.
Ray Bradbury is overrated.
I actually kinda like Nickleback.
I actually enjoyed the Star Wars Prequels.
I think that the Walking Dead comic book series and television series has sucked hard for ages and it's just going in circles with nothing really new, meaningful or interesting happening, and no endgame that's reasonable or likable in sight.
Batman is an asshole, okay? I'm sorry, but I just think he's become SUCH an asshole in recent years.
No, the Hunger Games ISN'T a good series. It has a good protagonist, but it's not a good series and it's not got an interesting world. It's about as
What About The Black Skins, Green Lantern?This is it, folks. This is THE most preachy run of comics I've EVER freakin' seen! Almost as bad as "Superman: Grounded"! ALMOST! And the worst part is...this is a Green Lantern comic. I pretty much grew UP on Green Lantern.What About The Black Skins, Green Lantern?4 years ago in Personal More Like This
And yet, unfortunately, Green Lantern's given me some of the most pretentious, preachy, head-up-its-ass, morality-play, talking-down-to-you storylines I have ever, EVER seen. And right outta the starting gate is a story run done by the the comic creating dynamic duo of Dennis O'Neil and Neal Adams. The story comes from the 70's, during the "Silver Age" of comics, when Hal Jordan was the Green Lantern.
Who's Hal Jordan? He's a test pilot. He used to be a military pilot but he got fired due to certain circumstances. One day he was flying a plane for his girlfriend's company, Ferris Aircraft, and what should he find? A crashed alien ship. He goes down to try and help the inhabitant because he is "without fear", and because of this admirable quality, the dying alien wi