Happy birthday Rou!!
Rou: Thank you
Rou: Thank you
somedays I wake up and remember how hot Xhodar is
Ezekiel my bastard
Dark red fountain pen on cream card.
Since this character is from Africa, I took inspiration from African make up I saw on google as inspiration for her outfit with a mix of Barbados style!
New anthro character-part of another Holiztridodi storyline
Forlissha, the fluorescent lemon yellow lion- she’s a new character I’m working on!
New character Forlissha!!!!
Style: emotionally tender piano
Notes: if a children’s fairytale – brimmed with love, courage, and family – could be a piano composition
I’ve been wondering how other authors go about writing their stories. Writing is such a unique, personal thing. It’s a gentle craft that needs nurturing, and we all go about providing that in different ways.
Personally, when I begin writing a new chapter, I’ll usually use my tried and true method of writing what feels right for the basic outline of events, and then periodically retrace my steps as I write, editing and adding detail to what I already have in order to solidify the pace and tone. When I finish the chapter (or a few), I go back and read what I’ve done in order to thoroughly edit it once more. But I’d love to hear how someone else’s process might work. Is it similar or different, and in what ways? When did you fully develop that process? Or perhaps it is constantly changing? Did you adapt a process from someone else? I’m very interested. Do give me your thoughts.
damian wayne / damirae edit!! <333333
Floral ballpoint. Nine way symmetry.