ConflictionThe afternoon sun glared harshly down upon the hills of Risembool, the heat so sweltering that many were down by the river, cooling off along with some confident animals, also seeking the refreshment that the clear water provided. And even after a small elderly woman made her way down to join the majority of the townsfolk, one blonde teenager remained in her workroom, her body flushed and getting somewhat sweaty.Confliction2 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
She let out a gentle sigh, swinging back on a chair leg and wiping her forehead with the back of her gloved hand. She normally coped well with summer's high temperatures, but not even she could last much longer in the humidity, working as hard as she was. She was already beginning to feel the warning signs of dehydration.
Nether the less, she continued on, until her automail ankle and foot had been completely put together. And cleaned. And then polished. Only then it was perfect and only then did she put down her tools on the work bench that easily took up the back wall of her
My Helpful Hints Writer'sBlockStoryWolf's Helpful HintsMy Helpful Hints Writer'sBlock3 years ago in Comedy More Like This
The worst thing that could happen to a creative writer and
what really drives my crazy is writer's block.
It happens to every writer at least once or multiple times.
You have this idea in your head, but no matter how hard you try,
your brain just doesn't want to talk to your pencil and paper
Story: Come on, why wont you work with me?!
Computer: It's 4 am and you're writing this stupid skit.
Story: Don't argue with me, I know where your power cord is.
Here are a few helpful hints that help me when I'm stuck.
#1: Listen to Music.
Music is full of inspiration and requires the use of both sides
of the brain to listen to and sing. The rhythm of a song can also
set the mood for a scene that you're writing and (if you're typing)
can actually give you a rhythm to type to. I use this method a lot
because I love music.
Thank you for 100 000 Subscribers on YoutubeWe just hit 100 000 subscribers on Youtube and I am floored. It seems like just yesterday that we were celebrating 50 000, then 80 000. 100 000 is larger than the population of a number of countries (I LOOKED IT UP XD) I can't believe that you folks have stuck with us and our silly little videos. We've been doing what we love for 6 years now and putting it on camera, I never thought that doing that would make us one of the most subscribed to cosplay-related Youtube channels out there.Thank you for 100 000 Subscribers on Youtube4 months ago in Personal More Like This
The support we've received over the years has been astounding, and I can't thank every single one of you enough for being interested in our cosplays, our videos and our lives. We're not amazing. We're not the best. We're just a bunch of wacky people who love the hobby and the creative/social experiences that it brings. Looking back from where we started I can retrospectively see that we've all come so far, and I feel that our videos reflect not just a growth in our cosplay/video work, but also our growth