it’s an ongoing ya lit series about a girl who moves to london, has a near death experience (IT’S HILARIOUS THO like listen i’ll admit the writing style is nothing special but the series itself is 90% deadpan sarcasm 10% pain & suffering and i really enjoyed it despite the simplicity of the writing) and starts seeing dead people/ghosts. soon, she’s recruited by this ~special force~ that deals with these things a.k.a ghosts/poltergeist occurrences. think ghostbusters meets agatha christi but it’s ya lit. the characters are very likeable and there are two main poc (who are in love!! with each other!!!!! and absolutely amazing), the dynamics are great, the story is pretty gripping + there’s mystery!! crime!! ghost killers!! living killers!! there’s a whole spectrum of ghosties like bad ghosties!! good ghosties!! salty ghosties!! (i headcanon one of the ghosts as ace but idk if it’s canon) and it’s super underrated which makes me sad bc it’s GOOD!! it’s an easy but interesting read and it deserves more love :(
Hey! I love ur art! I wanted to ask you about your style. It's really unique. Did you have any inspiration or did you just draw something and like the style you used?
Thank you so much! And thank you for this ask!
When I was a kid I tried really hard to imitate the style of Cardcaptor Sakura and Sailor Moon. I had no eye for art so it was super crappy doodles. And I drew every character I liked on all of my TV shows and video games. (I still have a ton of them. I never throw anything away. I’m 26 and still have art from seventh grade ooops). I drew fanart for everything I watched or played. I drew a ton of Digimon (I drew a Mimi I was super proud of in fifth grade and I think that’s when I got serious about drawing all the time), Legend of Zelda, Inuyasha, Naruto, and Final Fantasy (which I still draw for all the time). Its always been shoujo manga that I tried to imitate though. In high school, I tried to imitate Shugo Chara. I never colored anything, btw. It was all sketches. I didn’t start attempting to even color anything until college. I got a job at a craft store and used my discount to collect copics and prismacolors.
My art kind of just kind of grew into what it is now. Its basically if I like it or not. If I see something that I think I can learn from, I try it out. When I first started drawing digitally, I watched a speedpaint or tutorial every time I drew a new piece. I don’t watch that many any more because I feel confident in the style I’ve developed. I kind of combined what I liked and ignored what didn’t work for me. I didn’t even think I had a consistent style until a year ago. Honestly, I’m so stuck in the way I draw I don’t think I could draw other people’s styles at all.
Thank you so much for this ask and the compliment again. I actually ended up sitting and going through all of my old artwork because of this ask. It meant a lot.
“Being patient” you gave so much to this fandom already it’s honestly not that hard to be patient, just keep re-reading your previous work, and as far as I’m concerned I think you’re the one being really patient answering over and over the “when’s the next update” question. So thank you for your talent (bc yes, you’re still an amazing writer) and your time <3
I don’t know what I did to deserve you but I’m so glad you’re here, please know that I appreciate you so freakin much okay just…thank you, thank you thank you thank you <3 <3
A small crew of writers is building now. The next question is what kind of movie we want to do. So here are two basic questions.
Wild horses, or equestrians?
Fantasy or realistic?
Just answering these will give us a place to start rather then starting from nothing. All of these could work in sso. Fantasy would be probably be along the lines of involving soul riders of some sort, while realistic would just be normal people or horses. In the mean time, I’ll try and find a place to set up a group chat with the people who offered to help write, as we need the story before anything else. People can keep volunteering to help write and I’ll add them in. I’ve done all these posts in one evening in effort to get started and get ideas flowing, don’t be afraid to offer help long after their posting.
"I'm gonna hit you so hard, it'll make your ancestors dizzy." - Mulan
"“You said you’d never leave.” - Beauty and the Beast
"“I wonder if I've been changed in the night. Let me think. Was I the same when I got up this morning? I almost think I can remember feeling a little different. But if I'm not the same, the next question is 'Who in the world am I?' Ah, that's the great puzzle!”
-Alice in Wonderland
"“Man has always learned from the past. After all, you can’t learn history in reverse!” – Archimedes, The Sword in the Stone
"So this is love, So this is what makes life divine." - Cinderella
""Always let your conscience be your guide." - The Blue Fairy (Pinocchio)
"“Ladies do not start fights, but they can finish them.” – The AristoCats
": So you want me to throw her into the asylum, unless she agrees to marry you? Oh that is despicable (Laughs evilly) I LOVE IT!" - Beauty & The Beast
" "You control your destiny - you don't need magic to do it. And there are no magical shortcuts to solving your problems." - Merida (Brave)
""Even miracles take a little time." - Fairy Godmother
""Listen to me. The human world is a mess." - The Little Mermaid
"You know that place between sleep and awake? That place where you still remember dreaming? That’s where I’ll always love you… That’s where I’ll be waiting." - Peter Pan
DANCE MAJORS AU. (Part 1, Part 1.5,Part 2, Part 2.5, Part 3 finale) Contemporary Ballet Dancer Shiro is someone everyone admires and basically Everyone’s Crush™ but he already have his eyes set on a certain new hip-hop dancer recruit next door who’s always wearing red. He doesn’t have the guts to ask him out–at all. However, he asks if he could teach him hip-hop dancing.