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Loki

  • I am not a formal author and haven’t published anything yet, so this may not be the best idea for a real, going-to-be-published books, but I black out or redact nonsense words or more friendly exclamations (Think words like ‘darn’ or ‘heck’) to imply swearing.
    Depending on the reader’s personal take on my story, they can mentally add whatever…[Read more]

  • Loki posted an update in the group Horror Writers 11 months ago

    Over the course of writing a few books that could be classified as Horror, I noticed that while I write books that are thrilling and unnerving, I always seem to add an element of learning and pacifying to them. After the the ghosts and demons get what they came for, they are peaceful.
    It’s an interesting thing to notice patterns and theme in your…[Read more]

  • @amaustin

    Hemlock: Me? Saying ‘thank you’? I never say that anyway.

  • @thetessinator

    Hemlock: Whipped cream. It tastes better and is also more fluid, better suited for coming out of a showerhead. Oh and Jell-O might stain my bathtub. What a mess.

    Confusing Art Terminology is my native language, along with Ancient Norse  (0 ~ <)

  • Loki's profile was updated 1 year ago

  • I don’t write much horror other than some supernatural themed books which could freak someone out, but they’re more fantasy than horror. I love the It movies, and I can’t find anyone else in my bubble who does, so… yep.

  • Loki posted a new activity comment 1 year ago

    ooo yes that’s actually a good question because Hemlock does have a small scar running through his lips on the right side of his mouth, it’s about an inch long. he got it in an insult battle (Also called a Flyting) with his rival/frenemy
    Also can I get your email so I can send the doc to you?

  • Loki replied to the topic Connecting to Villains in the forum Characters 1 year ago

    @kimlikesart

     

    I made a google doc of the questions, I could send it to you after it’s done, if you’d like to read it all. I love Hemlock, he is the BEST character.

    • Kimmi replied 1 year ago

      I’ve been answering the questions for an antagonist of mine on the thread.
      I’m only to question 17, but, if you’d like to read it, and (if you’d like to) give your thoughts, I’d love to hear them!

      • Loki replied 1 year ago

        ooo yes that’s actually a good question because Hemlock does have a small scar running through his lips on the right side of his mouth, it’s about an inch long. he got it in an insult battle (Also called a Flyting) with his rival/frenemy
        Also can I get your email so I can send the doc to you?

    • Kimmi replied 1 year ago

      Interesting scar…
      Yes. I can give you my email. But I will wait till you have the doc to send. (: (Can you let me know when you have my email), so I can delete it off the face of SE. 🙂

  • Loki replied to the topic Connecting to Villains in the forum Characters 1 year ago

    Thanks, @taylorclogston

    I have actually found a way that this villain works. PTSD can do so many things to a person. One of my villains has been abused in their backstory. He hides his pain by constantly shunning others and being mean to them because 1: He doesn’t want them to be friends with him, he has low self esteem and doesn’t consider…[Read more]

  • Loki replied to the topic Connecting to Villains in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    Here’s a snippet from my story with Hemlock, the Anti Hero and maybe villain. his friend Clay is trying to help him. These characters are of my own creation and what they say is what they say, not me, so if you don’t agree with it that’s fine.

    “…” Clay watched Hemlock pace the downstairs angrily from the upstairs overlook. Something… had to ha…[Read more]

  • Loki replied to the topic Connecting to Villains in the forum Characters 1 year, 1 month ago

    One of my main characters would be considered an anti hero, but could easily be a villain, so here’s my take on it.

    His drive comes from wanting to be accepted, for everyone to love him and think he’s the best.
    He fears rejection because he is an outcast in his own family, a victim of traumatizing abuse, he hides his hurt under layers of makeup,…[Read more]

  • Loki replied to the topic Artistic Challenge! in the forum Art Discussions 1 year, 2 months ago

    @anne_the_noob14

    Thanks. Take as long as you want!

  • Loki replied to the topic Artistic Challenge! in the forum Art Discussions 1 year, 2 months ago

    @anne_the_noob14

    Aww thanks so much! Yes, Bill Skarsgard plays him. Thanks so much, I understand that characters from horror movies aren’t the best thing to ask for drawings of on a Christian site, and I appreciate you not getting offended. If you need some SFW references, The Salad Collective makes good clean art of him. (Just look it up ‘The…[Read more]

  • Loki posted a new activity comment 1 year, 2 months ago

    I have instagram, I’m working on making another account for just art, but for now it’s @Willowswandworks

  • Loki replied to the topic Artistic Challenge! in the forum Art Discussions 1 year, 2 months ago

    @anne_the_noob14

    Ooo, I could draw her no problem!

    But in typical Loki fashion I must ask payment, Muahahahahaha! Don’t worry, I just want you to draw me something back cuz I LOVE getting gifts or anything that feels like a gift.

    If it’s okay with you (I know it’s from a horror movie and I understand if you don’t want to) I just want either you…[Read more]

  • @anne_the_noob14

    Hey, would you be interested in doing an online D&D Story Campaign?
    (It’s kinda like a book. We’d get on google docs or something, you make a character like you would for D&D but there’s no having to schedule anything and get together with dice and all the gaming supplies, so no hassle! We’d write out the story as it happens,…[Read more]

  • @anne_the_noob14
    Okay. I did send you an email tho, just fyi.

  • @anne_the_noob14

     

    For the picture itself I actually took a screenshot from a video game called Dragon Age Inquisition.
    FireAlpaca is a computer program and it’s free for any Windows or Mac computer. look it up for more information, I’m not sure what kinds of tablets it’s compatible with.

    Also I find it hard to find things on this page, if…[Read more]

  • @arindown

    I love it!
    I do digital art. Side note, FireAlpaca is a great free art program.

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