i dont think you guys appreciate how rad this site is
because first of all you got your basic fantasy and game race names for like
BUT AS IF THAT ISN’T ENOUGH
REAL NAMES WHICH ARE GOOD FOR BOOKS
AND THIS THERE’S MORE????
BAM, PLACE NAMES
AND STILL MORE
SO YOU SEE THESE LITTLE OPTIONS HERE
GO AND TRY TO HELP A GOOD PERSON OUT
zevran and sten are literally paler than alistair and wynne i can’t believe this why is no one talking about this what the hell
okay I think this covers the basics of the way I do my lineart, hopefully it’ll be helpful enough! if something’s unclear don’t be afraid to shoot me an ask about it.
enjoy and dON’T GIVE UP it might get really frustrating at times with all the control z-ing and re-drawing lines but the more you do it, the quicker it’ll get to get them right the first time around and the better you’ll become at it so yes, good luck friends.
This list is meant as an information resource for creative folk, not a complete guide. Be sure to supplement this with additional research. Find the rest of the series, including the previous posts on clergy, nobility, divination, and medieval punishments.
Note: These words may have come to mean other things in addition to these over time, or not to mean these things at all anymore. When deciding what word to use, be sure that not only your denotation matches what you’re trying to say, but also that the connotation gives the right impression and understanding of your writing.
Ad censum: refers to the status of serfs who pay their rent in money rather than labor. Tenants paying like this were called censuarius (singular), or censuarii (plural).
Ad opus: refers to the status of serfs who pay their rent in labor rather than money.
Amercement: a fine.
First look at PC UI for DA:I, from Mark Darrah on Twitter.
New comments from Mike Laidlaw:
- There are eight ability slots per character. They are changeable between combat.
- Why 8? 32 abilities (along with passives/upgrades) across the party provides a broad spectrum of tactical options.
- The tab thing highlights stuff in the world.
Cleaning up my working folders this month and found a bunch of boy+flower doodles I never posted. Follow me on twitter to see sketches like this more regularly haha!! (⊙﹏⊙✿)
pencil + photoshop
what can be smooth but also rough ;)))))
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10 facts about the woods that most writers are getting wrong.
It’s hard to put a number on how many books I’ve read that feature characters in the woods. Sometimes they’re fleeing, sometimes chasing, sometimes just looking for something to eat.
As someone who spends a lot of time in the woods, I should tell you that most authors get it wrong. Here are ten realities about the woods that every writer should know.