Current Residence: Multiple Favourite genre of music: Country Favourite style of art: Photomanipulation Operating System: Microsoft Favourite cartoon character: Underdog Personal Quote: It's easier to ask forgiveness than permission
Favourite Visual Artist
Godfather saga, Outlaw Josey Wales
Favourite TV Shows
1970's Wonder Woman Series, Dukes of Hazzard
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
"Whom the Gods Would Destroy;" "Dead Man's Handle"
Finished my most recent long story today. To go through it from beginning to end, here is the link to its gallery - https://www.deviantart.com/femfan1/gallery/72559506/last-house-on-the-left . First image is at the bottom. It should be possible to page through it by clicking on the links in the Artist's Comment section of each image. If there are any broken or missing links, please let me know.
The story features the Ace but has appearances from a few other OCs. It hits on a couple of different things I think people like to see in my stories and images and gives them more extended scenes.
The only speech/sounds heard in the story are those coming through the monitor. Anything heard or said in the main setting not coming from the monitor, would only be alluded to or left to the reader's imagination. Hopefully, the images will lead you through the story without much confusion. That's my intent, anyway. I hope everyone enjoys it. Drop me comments on what you liked and
For over a decade, I've been amazed and inspired by the art of *Blades-123 (https://www.deviantart.com/blades-123). In image after image, he shows not just skill and technique but creativity and vision. He creates a variety of scenes and makes each unique in detail and impact. Just look at the examples above. The sheer terror on the face of the blonde in "The Long Drop." The expression of the doomed women in "Waiting for the End" - fear is there, but also resolve to meet her fate with dignity. The rueful acceptance in "Locked out in a Summer Storm. From the intimacy of "Adventures in Visibility - First Test" to the vastness of "The Desert," the feeling of being unsafe
Just saying, the heroine survival rate has been uncommonly high around here since October 31, 2019. Not that there hasn't been peril and involuntary stasis. Goes to show how random survival can be, I guess ;-)
In other news, I'm inching toward a milestone here at the site. I try not to obsess over numbers, and place a lot more stock in comments or engagement, but I'm likely to hit 1 million pageviews, by DA's count, in the next few days. Kind of amazing to me given my niche content. At the risk of counting my chickens before they hatch, I may have to recognize it in some way once it happens.
Since Valentine's Day is around the corner,