So sorry about the kidnapper.
I’m not sure Embalmer gets the joke.
A professional script reader read 300 screenplays for five different studios, all the while tracking the many recurring problems. The infographic he made with the collected data offers a glimpse at where screenwriting goes wrong.
This list is interesting but the fact that it’s not listed least to most makes it a bit anti-climactic.
Originally from bluebird
Zander to the rescue
Do we have anything on Earth that might have the properties of a Roxite Stone in Lagend?
It took me a second to remember what roxite even is since I only mentioned it by name like once and that was years ago.
For those not in the know roxite, or wave stone is a special mineral in the Latchkey Kingdom/70-Seas-iverse that may remotely manipulate water when it vibrates. This serves as the primary means of naval propulsion and has some other applications in harbor defense, refrigeration, and in theory you could even make some kind of weather machine out of it.
To answer the question; no, as far as I know there is no mineral that does or even could exist that would be able to do what roxite does. On Earth there is of course a mineral called bauxite, but that’s just an aluminum ore.
Preparation for romance.
How To Draw Better In 2 Minutes
I expected this to be a troll video about sacrificing your soul in exchange for art skills or something but this was actually very informative.
This could have saved me a couple years of art schooling.
Originally from A Continual Work in Progress
Deathtraps are awesome!
Aoi Honoo is Too Real
Every update I’m like “I should just put a colour behind them, yeah, comics!” and then I draw a stupidly complex bg
Doing comics, drawing crowds and buildings…I understand the pain.
OH NO I NEED TO WATCH THIS SHOW
Also I’m so glad that my classroom generally doesn’t involve desks. Eff that noise.
yeah that’s comics.
Originally from PRINCE OF FIGHTS
Tour of ye olde deathtrap factoree.
Want to see more reader request comics? Go back to the beginning of the series.