GO FOR IT! Spray that UP! Show them red and blue can still be shipped! Point them back here if anyone asks where it came from.
I'm still trying to figure out the formula for a good TF2 spray. So far everything I've done comes out frightfully pixilated no mater what res I put it at. Is it cause I'm using jpegs? Do you have any advice?
And, I think it may have something to do with your graphical settings. I remember on my old computer, I played it all on lowest settings, and every spray came out pixelated and blurry, but when I set texture quality to medium (or higher), it became more clear. If that's not the case, however, I don't know then .3. jpegs always worked for me. Unless I get a message pop-up saying "Image is corrupt" >:C
You know what Krypt? I'm sorry this hater is starting a meaningless argument on this amazing piece of artwork that I cannot thank you enough for drawing for me. I seriously love you for taking the time to draw and color this out just for me, and I couldn't be happier with it.
Thank ya kindly for drawing it for me once more, it really does look almost exactly how I pictured it in my mind
You know DD, it doesn't look like an argument. I read so i can tell a written argument. for it to ba an argument, they have to be fighting and have a point, which not both of them are/do. Therefore, this is a conversation. over-analyzing FTW
Oh, and here's the man of the hour. Look, I never meant to start anything. I'm just so awestruck by a person's ability to draw sexual pictures and write sensual novels about some of the most adorable creatures in the world. How can you do this? Even if their personalities are completely well-made, and people fall in love with them? BOoks about romance are one thing. Romance novels with... lovemaking are entirely another. And I LOVE adult fiction, don't get me wrong. Seeing characters develop is amazing. (covers face with hands) I am not wording this properly at all.... (facedesk)
I don't write clop. My story is basically discussing how wrong it is that homosexuals are in denial and mistreated for no reason. You don't fall in love with the body when it's real love, you fall in love with how they act. Characters develop in fanfiction as well. Yes, even ROMANCE fanficiton with ponies.
Yes yes, but lesbianism with ponies usually involves the mane six, which I do not condone. Homosexuality in general I'm ok with. Homosexuality with background characters that I hardly know? Shoot. Long as they aren't the mane six. My problem isn't with homosexuality or erotic novels. I was worried that was Applejack.
I think all of the mane six could be lesbians... not gonna lie... except Rarity, since we KNOW she is straight from "Best Night Ever." In fact, everypony but her could be lesbo since they have never shown interest in stallions.
Not sure where you're getting "sixteen" and "stereotypical lesbian pony lover" considering he's older than that, and this is a yaoi ship. Also stereotypes are a horrible way to think of people, tends to close you off from really knowing others.
As for the pony shipping, I actually had a conversation about that recently! Although the subject was clop and not shipping, romance like this is basically emotional porn. The concept is the same though- I digress.
copy/paste time <3
Clop is a touchy issue because of what it is overtly, and it's difficult for people to see past it being a pony.
But it's really much deeper than that. People who enjoy the clop art don't have a thing for horses, it's the idea of an endearing character they connect to that lives in an appealing universe is displaying or behaving provocatively.
It's all a matter of attraction to insinuation, character, and perceived behavior. Not attraction to species. It's like that for any realm of fiction really.
Plus I agree with the clop thing. I look at clop pictures, but the thing is I will ONLY love them if I can see a true connection between the two, one of my favorite SoarBurn pictures happens to be clop and the only reason is because they seem to have such an emotional bond between them in it. I love the paring or the character behind the picture, not what is on the surface.
And I don't think SuddenSketcher is making any sense... even to himself >.>;
First of all some people are much better at writing than they are at drawing. Writing is as old an art form as illustration, and frankly writing can reach a depth and detail that a mere image simply cant. Writers focus on story on a continuum, rather than individual moments.
Also I was using the clopping thing as an umbrella example. Heck if anything clopfics solidify my point further because they DO focus more on the story, characters, and relationships.
You must have read some really bad clopfics if you're making the "shut up and draw" argument.
No. That's ... (sighs) No. I meant if you can't draw it, don't write it. There's no point. It's one thing to look at a picture and... do the dirty to it. There's another entirely to read an erotic novel - ESPECIALLY BASED ON PONIES. (adjusts glasses) My point is, it's based on ponies.