- Carl Gijinka
- Manga Contest written bio's and script
- Reference Sheets
- 2 drawings for my 90 year old grandma
- Nuzlocker portrait
- Poseidon Gijinka
So basically, my schedule until basically May will go like this: two weeks of dead air while I work on a new chapter (that's right, it only takes two weeks of straight effort) and then a week dedicated to the Manga Contest and whatever other randomness I feel like painting. That being said- after I finish with Chapter 13, I'll probably do a Carl gijinka next. :>
I'm also making my AC:NL town a better place for me to live. :> (if you want to visit my town in the dream suite, my mayor's name is Arnold and the town is Naravoh)
Speaking of Plz accounts, czmAvery made these for me:
And I love them so HUGE shoutout to her (I'll draw you a thing when I have time :I)
AND MC FLIPPING MAJOR SHOUTOUT TO czmAvery AGAIN because she gave me a Premium Membership!!!
Which leads me to this; so my username "Aerorwen" is the product of a typo.
Yes. It was supposed to be, "Aeronwen" but I somehow managed to replace the "n" with another "r". Aeronwen is the Celtic goddess of war and slaughter and stuff (or so one website told me). Aerorwen... Well, I guess that is the goddess of battle, blood, and typos. I always thought I'd change it at the nearest opportunity, but I've grown fond of it now. Kinda like Stockholm Syndrome...
So I was reading Nuzlockes and this thing came up about finding your "spirit pokemon" by using a random number generator. So I did it. My spirit pokemon is a Chingling. Funny thing is, I've always kinda liked Chingling... Never used it, but they amused me. So yeah.
And then I did it for Leaf with just #s 1-151 so it'd just be Kanto pokemon... She got Dragonaire and I'm pretty much crying.
Ferrying- like shipping, only in a non romantic way. Much like squishes- people you want to have a deep platonic friendship with. The platonic crush, in a sense. Most of you probably ferry LeafxArnold.
Quote of the Month:
"Maybe our favorite quotations say more about us than the people and the stories we're quoting," John Green.