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*dusts off her DS* I should be playing this more... but then, I should be playing Oblivion more too... And Far Cry Predator Instincts. And Farenheit. And Castlevania. And Resi4. And Resi1. And *insert name of unfinished game here*...

I should also not be spending yet more money on things, even if it IS Loveless DVD 3...

And I should really be making more icons for myself, since these are getting a trifle boring now...


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May. 29th, 2006 04:21 pm (UTC)
Such a hectic schedule :), sounds more interesting then mine.
May. 29th, 2006 05:10 pm (UTC)
It's not interesting though... that's the problem. :( It's drawing things, having a driving lesson, terrifying my mother's boyfriend in the process and then drawing more and waiting for things to come through the letterbox. ^_^;

NaNoMangO should shake things up a little... I might just have to take up the idea you put on the forums, you know... draw a character in a stressful situation and let the plot go from there.

I suck at plotting comics anyway... ^_^;
May. 29th, 2006 06:53 pm (UTC)
Plotting is tough for me as well. I have loads of ideas, it's just developing them to the point that they vaguely resemble a plot worth writing that is the problem :). If your ever stuck then try following Raymond Chandler's advice "When in doubt, have a man come through the door with a gun in his hand.". Works for me :).
May. 29th, 2006 09:49 pm (UTC)
Plot is easy, just get characters and they make their own - ie Ellesar wants a world of constant warfare because that's just the kind of guy he is, and to get it on with Aladair. Aladair wants to stop him on both counts. Stir in some randoms, screw with their heads and bam! Plot.

The Raymond Chandler thing sounds like good advice.

I would try it, only I've yet to include a door, or a reasonable excuse for the only gun in my latest story. So it'd no doubt be more problematic than helpful :P
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