The thing with a “main character”, is that the reader see the story/world from that characters point of view - we can often read the characters thoughts and feelings more than other characters in the story. You can also use the perspective to increase this “effect”.
You can use the eye-level to display the world seen from the main character. Look at the two pictures above, the characters have the same size on both pictures - the only difference I’ve made is to switch eye-level. And by just doing this, we switch between the adult and the kids point of view - even though they both look at the same thing.
So, when you are doing a perspective, FIRST decide the eye-level and after that start placing out all those annoying guidelines.
SO REMEMBER THE WHOLE ISSUES WITH THE COPYRIGHT TEAM AND MY MELOS WELL I ASKED MORTISGHOST AND
HE SAID YES.
DOES THIS SEMI SOLVE THIS.
The only way to make it usable is if the owner of the work emails explorer games and states they fully agree to the Aywas terms of service.
A lot of people have reblogged this because of some argument about veganism. but I’d like to point out that more animals are subjected to cruelty than just the cute puppies and kitties and bunnies. Exotics like snakes and lizards and tarantulas are not only abused and neglected as well, but many people don’t even care because they see them as ‘lesser’ animals not worthy of love or even basic respect. Exotic pet lovers struggle with ignorant and insensitive people who would belittle them and talk about committing violent acts against their beloved companions to their face. Many pet stores are full of sick and dying reptiles, amphibians and arachnids, left to suffer until they die because the employees simply don’t care about their well-being. Exotics are stigmatized, depicted in media as the animal of choice for “creepy” people and disgruntled, sadistic bullies. Tarantulas most significantly, as cartoons such as Rugrats and Total Drama island have introduced tarantulas and had them smashed as jokes. I can honestly say that I’ve never seen one positive portrayal of tarantula ownership on television.
So, how about this? Reblog if you’re against cruelty against ALL animals. Not just the cute ones.
^quite possibly the greatest comment EVER
Why so serious?
its friday friday
gotta get down on friday
everybody lookin forward to the
- That’s a PERIOD, NOT A COMMA
- That’s a COMMA, NOT A PERIOD
- Why the hell can’t you pronounce that word?
- THE TEACHER JUST CORRECTED YOU WHY’D YOU GET IT WRONG AGAIN?!?!?!
- Can I sleep?
- If you can’t read, why’d you raise your hand?
- You can’t pronounce THAT word?
- WHAT THE HELL
- The fuck you like long ass paragraphs for
- My skin’s crawling
- Oh god not him, his voice sounds like a dying nail on a dying chalkboard
- You skipped a line
- LOL what was that?
- I don’t even.
I love that the site is paying for species write-ups, but the price tag seems ridiculously high. You could probably get the same quality of submissions out of volunteers, or for site item prizes. It just feels like a waste of money, from a purely business standpoint.
HL’s post is exactly the reason why I felt the offer was a bit lowballing and was considering hiring two writers at $350 each
$6.50 per 250 words is a much more reasonable offer for a very talented writer’s time, and from some of these entries, especially the people with biology degrees—their time is worth more than that, even