the prologue of lucid spring was 49 pages and the first chapter was 65, but now that we're getting into it i'm hoping to keep chapters floating around 25-30. the second chapter, The Start of Something, should hopefully be pretty short.
this is also partly because i've been really trying to streamline the story of lucid spring in my head lately and cut out more of the fluff. that might make the pacing of the prologue and first chapter feel a little awkward in comparison, but ah well. i've got to get this story out somehow.
i agree that the most determined of shippers can't really be stopped by any sort of compliance to canon, but i will say that the orientations of the three adult main characters of my comic align in such a way that they're impossible to canonically ship without it being unrequited and that's only in toxic's case.
(the fourth main character is a child and if you ship any adults with a child then you're kind of beyond any reasonable hope of decency to begin with.)
there's going to be a lot of platonic bonding in lucid spring and i'm hoping the fact that literally none of them are compatible will deter people from worrying about which ship is going to be canon.
we're happy to have you here nutty. bad eggs seem to crop up here from time to time, but a lot of the people here are generally passionate and compassionate and usually aren't into it. i'm glad you're happy here so far.
just seems to be the same way many people deal with conflict but on a marginally larger scale. conflict, shock, attempt to defuse with humor, addressing the conflict when things are more emotionally steady.
how is the corporate takeover of pride in any way related to wanting to separate bi and trans people from gay people lmao.
this post complains about corporations, which is valid, but your title and your last attempt at making this post like 2 hours ago seems more about complaining that the LGBT community is about more than just gays and lesbians? it doesn't check out.
i came across snapcube a while back when my friend shared this video with me and i proceeded to laugh my guts directly out of my mouth
snapcube is headed by a woman called penny parker and her friends and all of them are completely hilarious. and they don't have to do it by relying on the crutch of offensive humor too, (being in/allies to the LGBT+ community) which is awesome. they mostly play video games! some of them also make music.
anyway snapcube dot youtube. would recommend. they're a light in the darkness. there's a part two to the sonic dub.
hear hear. i just want to say that if you have been feeling attacked lately by people who want to break up the LGBT community or force you out of it because they've put themself in charge of deciding whose identity is legitimate, i have got your back. it will be harder than that to weaken the LGBT community.
Werewolfsbane:In Champions of Far’aus, the group meets the king of Galemore.
i'm digging these character designs! they're pleasing to the eye. i love this popcorn king.
i posted the first six pages of a comprehensive guide to bartering all in one bunch today, so i guess here's the latest! petra avoids thinking about the shadowy organization hanging over their heads by playing the old optimism card and decides to head into town instead to look for antivirus.
Kyo:but does it have a basket, a bell that rings and things to make it look good?
it has a bell and a little box/bag on the back, but no basket yet! my dream bike is a red cruiser with a nice basket and panniers and a classic bell but i really like this one. i still haven't taken a picture but... i'd want to take a good one and it's kind of a pain to get that thing up and down my porch steps.
Taily:The mention of biking at night reminded me - once you get comfortable on your bike, I'd highly recommend going for a long ride at dusk!
yeah, i'll probably start biking out at dusk/night down the line, when i'm better at the... craft. will also have to get some bike lights of course. what you described sounds really wonderful.
ReinderDijkhuis:but most of us don't ride 10 miles to work and back as adults. I do.
how powerful are your legs, bro? i'm already feeling it from my first ride. i'm excited to get some muscle on me.