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theideathief asked: A writer's pen, a piece of raw salmon, a library card, a doodle pad, the entire Kare Kano manga series.
Oh man, all of my hopes and dreams. This one hurt.
shout out to the time and effort put in by the people who come up with patterns on toilet paper im just gonna wipe my ass with it but thanks
That is right. Regards, Draco is doing a Contest, or Whatever™
While it is a delight to receive all your asinine questions. And then proceed to somehow suck out some modicum of wit and humor out of thin air I think it is time for you, my faithful underlings, to step into my expensive designer shoes.
For the next week I will be opening the submission box and you will be doing MY job. Choose one of the questions I have provided for you above and answer them as if you were me. I know this is will be tough considering you AREN’T me and therefore will automatically fall inferior but I’m feeling merciful.
Some rules… (although I’ve learned from my time on this website that whatever I say next will be rendered irrelevant)
- You can submit as many responses as you like
- The responses must include some sort of illustrations
- You cannot make up your own questions you must use the ones I have providedYou have until the end of this week to submit your responses. I will be closing the submission box on Saturday, March 3rd on midnight (EST).Then I will choose the ones I like the most and post them for the next entire week. The winner will get….. nothing because that’s life and you can’t expect too much out of it.So…PROCEED!
So now that enough time has passed for me to have theoretically gotten over the cruel rejection I’d received several months ago, here it is. My challenge response to the question: “What is your Boggart?”
Okay, well, I didn’t necessarily “get over” it, but I did notice that, well, all of the winning ones were really well done. Like, much funnier and way more professional-looking. There weren’t any white patches on any of the images where the artists forgot to use the fill-in tool on Paint, okay. If there were multiple people in the images, they weren’t each of a completely different body proportion to each other that it could be argued that each character was drawn by a different person. Most of all, they were probably done with actual skill and good software and time and effort. I expended time and effort, but you know, the product doesn’t really reflect that, so maybe my rejection is justified. Anyway, this will always have a place in my heart.
You must be a master at harp, ‘cause:
Okay, see, the point of the line is the use of the word “heartstrings,” ‘cause it’s romantic and sweet and all that gooey stuff. But I’m not sure if the “master at harp” part is the one to go with, ‘cause there are other string instruments and methods of playing them and you know, should I throw in a pizzicato in there or something?
And the second part, well, I wanted to ask if you could vote on the best one OR use the fourth option and write it yourself! ‘cause like, I’ve only thought about for a bit and I love everything I create, even if it sucks (which I won’t admit until long, long afterwards due to sentimental value), so yeah, feel free to show me up. COME AT ME BRO. (I love using that phrase.)
In sum, which of the given options is good/ can you fill in the blank?
Sailor Moon and Mars and Mercury and Jupiter and Venus. I don’t actually remember what their powers are or their sceptres look like or whatever, so bear with me.
Make what? It’s kind of blurry. Also the flash.
The clearest part of the sketch is the important part. It’s like this page with a flap cut out of the middle. There’s a piece of string with a hoop threaded through stapled around the flap in a way that the hoop is on the right side where the flap would close. To keep the hoop around the center of the string, the string could be stapled on either side of the hoop.
Those bracelet/necklace clasps where you have to push down on a tiny lever to open the clasp/clamp part would be attached to its own metal hoop at the end (not the clamp part) and threaded through another piece of string that’s stapled to the flap.
Those were the plans of a paper flap with a “switch” that came to me today as I was about to take a nap.
Doesn’t answer to any particular name.
Doesn’t move on its own.
Doesn’t like to be misplaced.
Likes to nestle in improperly glued paper grass.
If found, please contact the Post-It Note Under the Blue Button.
I just feel like I need to prove my worth somehow, so don’t mind me.