since i haven't finished the show yet

smokycinnamonroll  asked:

Hey Neko, whatever happened to the artistic liberty comic thing? (Or whatever it is I honestly have no idea what to call it haha) Just wondering since it seems you haven't done anything for it for a while.

Oh trust me, behind the scenes, I’ve been doing a lot for it. I’ve been working on a web comic for the series, but I haven’t posted it yet because I’d like to have at least 10 pages finished before I show everyone. :D

anonymous asked:

I'm 14 and almost finished writing a book, (and I'm going to write a sequel after I'm done with the first book.) I want to publish it, but I have no idea how to do so. I also have no idea on how to tell if my book's any good. I haven't shown anyone yet because 1. I'm a super paranoid about people stealing my ideas. 2. I don't really want to show my family since my story's not super "church good". 3. I don't have any friends as a homeschooler, except for a few whom I have no idea how to contact.

Firstly, congratulations on finishing! At your age, I had only ever written maybe one or two chapters in an original work. As for your concerns,

Telling if your book is any good: You can’t, really. What’s good and bad is entirely subjective to the reader. The way I tell if my writing is good or bad is by how it sounds when read aloud, although that’s not always something you can do easily (especially for a while book). Another way is to compare its flow and format to published novels. Does it look like it could sit on a shelf? Does it follow too many cliches?

People stealing your work: This is a completely valid concern, in my opinion. I’ve never personally published any of my original works online in fear of someone taking it. However, there are plenty of communities out there for it (FictionPress, Wattpad, AO3, just your tumblr audience). I wouldn’t press you to post if you aren’t comfortable, though.

Not having friends: I would do whatever you can to get involved in a writing community online, or any sort of (positive, well-regarded) community. While there are some awful, toxic people out there, there are also some real gems. Especially with artistic groups, there are plenty of places for each other to bounce ideas off of and simply relate to one another. I would say take your time getting involved in one of these, until you find one or more people who you really connect with. Build up enough trust that you’re willing to at least share a snippet of work and see how it goes. (I suggest email as the best way around it, as large blocks of texts in messaging systems are very unattractive to read) Fellow artists can be a very valuable resource, but don’t take their word as gospel. We all have our own preferences.

As for publishing…There are a few different ways to go. The most traditional route is to first find an agent. This can be a difficult process and takes quite a bit of research. You’ll usually have to write them a query letter, and based on that they may consider reading your work. Once you have an agent, things can get a bit easier. Can. Publishing houses are always flooded with content, and there are more often than not going to be many rejections. Nowadays, self-publishing is fairly easy. Anyone can publish their own work on Amazon, selling as an e-book, but actually selling is the hard part. You’ll need a decent social media network to sell, or just get really lucky. There are also other services that will print your book for you, and then it’s your job to sell these copies. Whatever the case, publishing is full of headaches and turmoil and work. Not to scare you away from it! I just want you to know what you’re in for. I personally finished writing a novel and decided on a few more drafts before getting in on any of that business, simply because publishing intimidates me, and I want to approach it with the best work I possibly can.

In short, the internet is your friend for all of these things. Everything I learned about publishing is from reading about it in books or online. (Mostly online) There are plenty of resources on how to edit, how to find agents, and communities to lend you an ear if you let them. I wish you the best in your endeavor!

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That’s where it gets you. Thinking you had a choice. Love finds you, Son, you don’t find love. It’s got a little bit to do with destiny, fate, what’s written in the stars. A lot to do with the simple fact most women are smarter than we are. Your sorry butt never had a chance. But if you want to believe you had a choice in the matter, I’d say you made a good one.

anonymous asked:

Hi Mille ! If you haven't done it yet, could you do a list of some of your favorite songs ? Tbh I always finish by download all the songs in your videos so I think it would be great if I could know more good music from you (: I luv your edits so much and I love u too senpai ♥ Take care ! Kiss on your ass

OH I ALREADY DID THIS A THOUSAND TIMES BUT SINCE MY FAVE SONGS CHANGE SO OFTEN I CAN DO THIS OVER AND OVER AGAIN♥ and i love showing others my music idk lol

so my current playlist:

Blackbear - IDFC (Acoustic Version)
Theory Of A Deadman - Angel
Cjamm (씨잼) - Good Night
RL Grime - Core
Post Malone - Lonely ft. Jaden Smith & Téo
#GUN - 미친놈 (Feat. Jessi)
Jesse Rutherford - U R Wut U Eat
Die Antwoord - Cookie Thumper 
CJamm (씨잼) - 아름다워 (Beautiful) (Feat. ZICO)
Bryce Fox - Horns
XYLØ - Afterlife
#GUN - BEEP
Twenty One Pilots - Heathens
The Eden Project - Circles (MNG Remix)
Timeflies - Undress Rehearsal 
CJamm (씨잼) - 신기루 (Illusion) 
Childish Gambino - Sweatpants (Battle Tapes Remix)
Jackson Breit - 679 & No Diggity (Cover)
Wonder Girls - Why So Lonely
The Neighbourhood (Max & Alyson Stoner Cover) - Sweater Weather
BewhY (비와이) - Day Day (Feat. Jay Park)
Cjamm (씨잼) - 걍 음악이다
The Weeknd - Shameless 
Cimo Fränkel - Too Much In Love (Groozm Remix) 
Porcelain Black - One Woman Army (the song is smh cringy but smh nice idk?)
Major Lazer - Be Together (feat. Wild Belle) (Vanic Remix)
#GUN -Going Home  (feat.Gummy_ Mad Clown)
Chulgu Xitsuh (서출구) - 끝 (AND) (Feat. 수란)
Christopher Copenhagen - Girls
One - Comfortable (feat. Simon D_ Gray)
Jhameel - Feisty (again cringy dude but smh nice af???)
Yo Gotti - Down In The DM (Jersey Club Remix)
Reddy (레디) - Like this (Feat. BOBBY)
Tyga - Ice Cream Man
Meek Mill - All Eyes On You (feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown)
Fall Out Boy - Where Did The Party Go (Part 7 of 11) 
CJamm & Reddy - Wanted
Imagine Dragons - Friction
Childish Gambino - World Star
NCT 127 - Fire Truck 
Tyga - Lap Dance 
DEAN - Bonnie & Clyde
LEA RUE - I Cant Say No! (Broiler Remix)
Jack and Jack - Wild Life (THE CHORUS IS NICE AF but the rest of the song is bull lmao)
BewhY (비와이) - Shalom 
will.i.am - Boys & Girls 
Iggy Azalea - Team 
KUSH Zion.T (feat.MINO) - Machine Gun
G-Eazy feat. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez  - Drifting 
Superbee (슈퍼비) - 썬 블락 (Sun Block) (Feat. Microdot)
The Eden Project - XO
TOPIC - HOME  ft. Nico Santos 
Cjamm (씨잼) - Watch (Feat. Dok2 BewhY)

To Zexal fans: Your interests are valid and your show is amazing. You’re valid for favoring zexal over the other series, and valid for loving it even though it has flaws, etc. Zexal fans are allowed to like what they please and how they please without owing anyone a superior explanation. Protect zexal fans and let them enjoy what they want.

anonymous asked:

The picture that other Anon is talking about does exist in Sans' lab after a True Pacifist route; the one you're talking about exists, too. The one with people you don't recognize is found when you haven't finished a True Pacifist route yet, and the one with Sans, Frisk, and friends is after. There are many interpretations and headcanons surrounding this phenomena, but how you think of it is completely up to you.

Bloooop, I guess both do exist, I just did not remember this fact since I never did reset after my last true pacifist run. Shows what I know!