Hey, guys, I'm looking for one crappy horror film about a zombie virus being developed in an insane asylum. I remember them having silverish eyes, and the MC follows his sister to this asylum faking insanity.
If someone doesn't have New Year's resolutions, take some of mine:
1. Hire two private detectives to spy on each other.
2. Become a teacher. Make a test where all of the answers are B. Watch.
3. Bribe two boxers to lose the match to each other.
4. Buy a racing horse and call it "Wins The Race".
5. Buy a parrot, teach it to scream "Help, I've been turned into a parrot!"
6. And my favourite, after the elevator door closes on you and some random people, turn around and start monologuing after saying "You must be wondering why I gathered you here."
I have been designing a character for oneshots years ago, and I did, but then suddenly I have found an artist with a design so strikingly similar to mine, I felt ashamed to ever show mine. They are a much more popular artist, and I am scared of a backlash of their fanbase, even though we have been in contact since, and I even commissioned them some stuff, mentioned my problem, and they said it was cool.
One of my characters has a very weak sense of sex and/or gender. Like, he perceives himself as a man, and proceeds to do that even when an accident turned him into a woman, but he doesn't really realise what's the difference. Dresses and acts accordingly to what is needed for a quest, so call him when you need a cross-dressing mission. I wonder if that makes him genderqueer, non-binary, or just an idiot.
Okay, so, Harry Potter, but the universes mix a little, and now Cedric Diggory starts acting like Edward Cullen, staring at Harry, and calling him his personal brand of heroin, and Harry acts like Bella just because he cannot fathom what the fuck is going on.
I wonder if making a thread to throw questions for worldbuilding is valid... or too arrogant.
I'm working on a comic story, and might just need some questions that aren't thought out this way, but... does anyone really care? I don't think so.
An artist I really want to commission became open for commissions, but after we sort of settled with it, they started completely ignoring me. Not even a "I changed mynmind" - they just read the PM I send them, and leave it unanswered while uploading other commissions. :C this saddens me.
I need help with terminology.
I'm making gallery folders by stuff.
or example, art by gender with folders for males, females, fxm, fxf, mxm and such; art by theme, with something like fantasy, romance, sci-fi and such.
And then art by... something else. With folders for personal art, traded art, and commissioned art. And I've no idea by what that is.