Comic dub of an Overwatch fancomic by @yahoberries - featuring the voices of Elsie Lovelock as Efi and Orisa, and @hnilmik as D.Va! Orisa. Orisa, no. My heart. No. You beautiful, sweet omnic child, you. o:
Anonymous asked: “I’ve been writing in first person for my novel, but I’ve found I’m not sure how to describe the main character’s appearance.”
First person in particular can be a bit of a challenge when it comes to describing appearances. I think all the way around the trick of describing the way they look while looking into a mirror is a little tired and often hard to make it feel believable. The method I find most helpful is describing by comparison.
Anonymous asked: “I have a terrible attachment with just. I use it way too much in my writing, and I know it’s one of those words you should avoid, along with very and really. The problem is I don’t know what words to replace it with.”
Just, very, and really are what I’d call filler words. They don’t actually serve much of a purpose in writing unless they’re part of the voice and they don’t make much of an impact on the sentence.
Comic dub of an Overwatch fancomic by @robohero - featuring the voices of Tiana Camacho as Mercy, @totalspiffage as Tracer, and myself as Soldier 76! Sorry for the delay on this one, haven’t been feeling well lately. The schedule for the Overwatch AWNN may be wonky for a little bit.