Once Upon A TimeLike many stories often begin, this one begins with Once upon a time But unlike most stories, this ones ending isnt as happy as most.More Like This
Once upon a time there was a girl and a boy. They werent quite just a girl and a boy though since they were in high school and such. But either way, they were a girl and a boy.
The girl was seeing a guy. Now dont get me wrong, he wasnt abusive per se, but he was rather ridiculously possessive over the girl. He scared the girl. She didnt love him, nor did she ever really want him.
The boy was friends with the girl. He secretly liked her and she secretly longed for him. But most unfortunately, the girl was trapped in a relationship with the possessive guy.
One day, the boy had given the girl the strength to leave the possessive guy.
She told the possessive guy that they were over. She walked away. She walked right into the arms of the boy.
The next day, the boy gave her a notebook. It was a simple purpl
Anyone else have this problem?11:00pm, just out of the shower, dry off, check email, turn off lights . OH GOD WHAT'S THAT!!!! *panicked freeze* Oh, it's just my desk chair. It looks very menacing in the dark. Fuck you, desk chair. *Kick menacing, shadowy desk chair, start peeling back the bed sheets, get more and more afraid every second I'm not buried under the covers, don't care if it's too hot, must get under magical blanket shield. Build pillow fortress around me to keep out the monsters* What's that? What is that!? WHAT IS THAT!? OH GOD IT'S MOVING!!!! because it's my own foot. Derp. Get a grip Bobbie Jean, you're an adult for fuck's sake. There is nothing to be afraid of. *Make sure feet are tucked in anyway. ~brrsshhh~ WHAT WAS THAT NOISE!?!?! *panic-freeze* ~brrssshhhh~ hide under covers* OH GOD SOMETHING IS TOUCHING ME!!! SOMETHING IS TOUCHING ME!!! *flail-panic, catapults family cat across the room* .Sorry, Bilbo. *Try not to think of scary things*More Like This
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Guide on how to create vector-style rasters (OLD)EDIT - Dec 08, 2013 - This is OLD, like really, really OOOOOOLLLLD and outdated, and there are better methods out there. I don't even do vectors this way anymore. That said, it's still useful as a guide on how to use the pen tool to make shapes specifically for pony vectors in a manner where they're layered efficiently easily modifiable. Just felt the need to point this out as I am still getting messages from people who don't understand that this is old and that I know there are alternative methods. I thank you all for your input.More Like This
Before I say anything, if you're familiar with proper vectoring at all then once you've heard what I do you'll realize I'm not making "true" vectors with the process I use. This might seem a bit odd because what I do means that if I wanted to make a larger version of the image I would basically have to scale the paths I've made and re-"paint" the whole image, but I'm just doing these for fun so I make them large to begin with; the end re