I’ll start by posting something that would be wonderful to have or to experience.
Next poster gives the caveat that turns that wonderful thing into something unpleasant.
Then posts the next wonderful experience.
Poster One: You have the most amazing chocolate on hand 24/7.
Just a place to have fun with words.
Feel free to post whatever random bit of linguistic cleverness or silliness that appeals to you (and follows moderator rules).
Poe, try poetry.
Go hang a salami, I’m a lasagna hog (now try it backwards.)
“Want a banana?”
It would be for a mediæval fantasy.
What I have for characters and outline is very basic and rough.
It involves curses, pandemics, necromancers, and corrupt clergymen, and those who would stand against them and those who hunt the heroes..
Writing count is: until the story is done.
First off let me assure you we don’t need to know your actual last name nor is the object to guess
You know in many works with anthro or Furry characters their last name is indicative of their species?
Zootopia- Judy Hopps: a rabbit
Fantastic Mr. Fox- Mr. Fox: A fox
So what would your species...
Someone posts a word. Next poster gives a definition that isn’t correct but sounds like it could be plausible to someone unfamiliar with the word. Then gives a word for the next person to define.
Poster 1: Ambivalence.
Poster 2: What the hospital sends instead of an ambulance when...
All three of these species may be used by anyone to create a character.
One is an Avian that needs a name
The other is a Glaucous Crane
Drake can be found here
And here With information
The characters are still mine, but if you like the species by all means please, you have my permission...
I’ll type half a sentence:
Dragons pair best with a
Next person continues it using predictive text:
Dragons pair best with a black cat in a black shirt.
Then takes the second half of the sentence:
A black cat in a black shirt
and the Next poster continues it with predictive text:
Below is the link to the main image/ref sheet I have so far. A female.
There’s some information in the description.
Is there anything missing you’d like to see about them?
Okay, expecting stunned silence here, but here goes.
1. Typical life expectancy of a suit?
2. Do suit makers make feet that are built Up around a comfortable new pair of shoes?
3. Is it better to buy the top-end flagship model right off the bat or go with something inexpensive until you get...
Closed for decisions....
A choice has been contacted via FA notes, Awaiting confirmation....
Artist has been paid....
A male River Otter and Pregnant female Lynx -both Anthro- are romantically relaxing on a rocky beach, smiling at each other on some lost tropical island...
It would be helpful if one is in a slow conversation over the months and seasons with a client or artist to not have to hunt and search through all of the other notes to find something previously said.
Perhaps some sort of search engine in there where the other’s name could be input and it pulls...
Here’s a blank template
Fill out the squares with facts about yourself (your likes, dislikes, or whatever you want to say about yourself) then others can say by marking it and reposting, or giving locations, which squares on your board they’re similar to as well.
Center square can be a ‘Free...
Does anyone here work with stone?
If so I am in the process of hopefully acquiring 4-6 pieces of rough lapis lazuli approx. 4” tall and 3-4” in width and depth.
I’m looking for someone to sculpt at least one (others will be provided in case of errors) into a 2-4” tall seated Sekhmet.
(name of poster above you +ites or ans suffix) are a (Color of item to in front of you ), (nearest animal -real or image/figure- behind you)-like alien race known for (plural of nearest item to right) and (plural of nearest item to left). They are considered to be (end with predictive text.)...
What’s something you said, thought or did that you’d like to blame on the folly of youth or inexperience? Not something from your childhood/elementary school days but, relatively more recently.
First time I saw YCH I tried to pronounce it as a single word. Sounded like a cat with a hairball...