My goals for this week were:
* Break 100,000 words tracked for the year
* Post some fiction
The thick orange line is my running wordcount, which as can be seen recently crossed 100,000 words. Additionally I just posted, Consequences which is a followup to Just Purrfect.
Goals for this week:
* Post some fic
* Look at more of the amazing stuff all you folks keep posting (I've caught up to February)
* Play with Inkscape some more
Oh! And play some more TIS-100 or Undertale.
I've been pretty silent this April (other than twitter/mastodon/comments on others posts... okay not very silent actually), and that's been due to my participating in Camp Nanowrimo. If you're unfamiliar with it Camp Nanowrimo is a twice yearly event similar to the regular Nanowrimo, only it takes place in April and July. Pick a type of project; pick a wordcount; and go, go, go!
Last night I finally passed 50K (originally I set my goal for 30K, but I was easily keeping pace to hit that so I bumped it up to the traditional Nanowrimo 50K goal), ending at 50,098 words. Which means I got to access the Winner Goodies page.
I'm not sure I'll buy
*blows dust off the journal*
Hmm, no posts since January? What happened in... Oh, right, January was when I got ludicrously sick. As in didn't even turn on the computer for days and just curled up under the sheets sick. That was decidedly not fun and lasted annoyingly long. And when I came back I went from being mostly up to date on notifications to, "Oh my, that's a lot of notifications." I'd just clear the notifications but gosh darn it you people are posting stuff I actually want to look at.
So you may have seen favs and the occasional comment the last few weeks. And today I actually posted a Biting Pear picture. I am also doin
Today's webcomic is MAiZ, which is also done by someone on deviantArt (despite not actually making that any part of the selection process) David 'CrikeyDave' Smith (SupaCrikeyDave (https://www.deviantart.com/supacrikeydave) here on dA).
Meet our two main characters (bad fake Latin is mine):
Meli, historian/archaeologist/reluctant-adventurer, ran across signs of something ancient and mysterious. While trying to track it down she runs across young Jazzy (who prefers to be called Jaz) who is mysterious but not nearly so ancient. Found as a baby in a world without humans his adoptive mother provided him with the costume seen in the lower left-hand image above to try and help him fit