our doodles of characters

Tips for Fighting Writer’s Block.
  1. When you struggle with finding your voice or a source of inspiration, reading can help motivate you to write. Go for your comfort read or perhaps a new book you’ve been wanting to read but haven’t gotten around to. 
  2. Watching movies can give you the same inspiration as reading does. The dialogue and scenery could spark some ideas for you or challenge yourself to mentally write the scene.
  3. Take on some writing prompts. Sometimes we just need a helping hand. Write World provides writers with all kinds of different ways to get the creative juices flowing from sentence prompts, picture prompts, and music prompts.
  4. Listen to a playlist that isn’t your own. If you can’t work with lyrical music or music at all, search for a nature playlist, one with the natural sounds of the world like rain falling or waves splashing. You can listen to our playlists here.
  5. Draw something. Doodle things at random or draw out a character you’ve always had in mind or even a new one. It doesn’t matter if you’re good but it’s always best to be inspiring. 
  6. Pamper yourself. Self care is always important it’s the best way to really give yourself a break. Do your nails, take a shower, take a nap, practice some yoga, do your hair, go for a jog.
  7. Clean your room. Change your linens, dust the corners, rearrange some furniture to give yourself the feeling of a brand new space.
  8. Clean your work space. If you’re like me, you find it hard to be productive in a messy work space. Spend a few minutes organizing your desk and I guarantee you’ll feel a bit better about tackling your writer’s block. Arrange your notebooks, pens, maybe even add a special touch like a small vase of handpicked flowers or a candle for some aroma therapy as you write.
  9. Change your environment. Visit the local coffee shop or a quiet park for a change of scenery when you write.
  10. Keep a small notebook with you to help you think up character profiles and jot your ideas down at random. 
  11. Play video games. Take your mind off writing and play a video game with a fantastic story and wonderful characters. This can help inspire you to create your own.
  12. Bounce ideas with a writer friend. Nothing is better than sitting down with someone who shares the same interest as you and being able to share ideas with them and provide constructive and beneficial feedback.
  13. Write. Simply write. Write the first thing that comes to mind and allow yourself to be a little messy. Don’t worry about your grammar or punctuation, remember you can always revise later. Continue writing for a half hour before allowing yourself to stop and revise. Set a goal of maybe 250 or 500 words (1,000 words if you’re really feeling committed) and write until you’ve reached that goal, take a break, and then continue writing. Sometimes setting a deadline for ourselves can be extremely helpful.

Patreon Reward #4: Kamden Shepard for Luke

This is a Patreon reward for our $10 patron, Luke!

He picked out a sketch of our character Kamden Shepard from our comic The Safekeepers. The drawing is by Amelia.

Thank you so much for the support Luke!

(Anyone who supports us on Patreon for $10 a month gets a sketch of one of our characters plus a collaborated colored chibi of one of our characters plus exclusive access to content not posted anywhere else!)

Find us on Patreon as: AHcomicmagic

Have an unfinished doodle of our DnD shenanigans. Miramur and Tubz had a drinking competition and this happened.

DnD tumblr: @gunghofistahoy

Miramur: @scottishostrich

Tubz: @humantorchwithsarcasticcomment

Corben: @cartoonnutter 

Lilith: @miss-twila

Patreon Reward #5: Lila Bennett for Tim and Yavanna 

This is a Patreon reward for our $5 patrons, Tim and Yavanna! 

They picked out a sketch of our character Lila Bennett from our project Beyond Words. The drawing is by Hannah.

Thank you so much for the support Tim and Yavanna! 

(Anyone who supports us on Patreon for $5 a month gets a sketch of one of our characters plus exclusive access to content not posted anywhere else!)

Find us on Patreon as: AHcomicmagic

|| If they had a child  ;not accepting  || @amehanaa

  • Name: Umeko Tsukino  月野 梅子
  • Gender: Female
  • General Appearance: Just below average height, lithe build, long brown hair with a purple tint–usually tied back, sea green eyes with thick lashes, sharp canines and lateral incisors. 
  • Personality: Generally bubbly and outgoing, Umeko is very personable and always looking to be on everyone’s good side. However she has a short temper, though it is rather short lived, especially if she can get food involved, and tends to carry on like nothing has happened. 
  • Special Talents: Possesses the Tsukino Clan’s kekkei genkei–Same no me, high intelligence and incredibly detailed memory, exceptionally well at forgery and thieving
  • Who they like better: She doesn’t want to start any arguments
  • Who they take after more: Abi (although Kasumi could argue)
  • Personal Headcanon: Umeko seems to have a rather great talent for stealing, takings things easily without being notice. While she refrains from stealing highly valuable items (unless told otherwise) to keep out of trouble, she will steal whatever she can just because she can.
  • Face Claim: K.im S.eul Gi
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A collection of Link and Pit doodles that i’ve completely forgotten to take photos of and post. The older ones are on top and the newer ones on the bottom.

Patreon Reward #3: Jericho for David and Adrienne

This is the third Patreon Reward for our $25 patrons, David and Adrienne!

They picked out a sketch of our character Jericho from our project and future comic November Rain. – We posted an exclusive concept of this character on our Patreon a few months back, so if you don’t recognize him, that’s why! 

The drawing is by Hannah.

Thank you so much again for the support David and Adrienne!

(Anyone who supports us on Patreon for $25 a month gets a sketch of one of our characters plus two pieces of collaborative art of one of our characters (a colored character bust and a colored chibi) plus exclusive access to content not posted anywhere else!)

Find us on Patreon as: AHcomicmagic

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Patreon reward #2: Robin Green for David and Adrienne

This is the second Patreon Reward for our $25 patrons, David and Adrienne!

They let us pick out a chibi for them, so we decided on our character Robin Green from our project Beyond Words. 

The drawing is by Amelia and the coloring is by Hannah.

Thank you so much again for the support David and Adrienne!

(Anyone who supports us on Patreon for $25 a month gets a sketch of one of our characters plus two pieces of collaborative art of one of our characters (a colored character bust and a colored chibi) plus exclusive access to content not posted anywhere else!)

Find us on Patreon as: AHcomicmagic