There's a lot to dislike about the fandom, to be honest. Though that's pretty common for just about every fandom. I can't stand Hetalia, for example. Had interactions with a lot of very bad examples of their fandom.
Yessssss, the greatness that is suits must be spread further. I wholeheartedly support this. Also, Stalkerloo is such a bizarre mix of cute and badass that you can't find another like it. I salute you.
...... mmm ..... Ok. Actually would not believe you would continue to do more fanart with these ponies. I thought your ideas on this would end quickly. Well, I will continue to Watch if you ever continuous with Alembic Grimoire.
Alembic Grimoire will continue. I'm exploring this fanbase because I've come up with tons of ideas that I can explore, that and it's fun to draw cute things - even more fun than drawing grimdark hyperdetailed murder and espionage. In fact, writing for the MLP universe is more challenging than it is for AG, because I have to keep it worksafe and family friendly. Both are very welcome changes after years of work on AG. Thank you for your support on Alembic Grimoire, but I'm going to play with this for a while longer. I find it unfortunate that you'd not support that, as it's still drawn and written by the same person, but I respect your decision.
Well a few days ago heard your interview, you put in askstalkerloo.tumblr. It was interesting but could not finish listening to it. Explore all the ideas that had the Brony community is something I've given my interest for reasons of personal research (but of course not the only). Brony community certainly had as much imagination to make their ideas fit. If I'm honest in Alembic Grimoire you still have work to do (more than artistic side in the argument). Just reading a bit, I can tell you that not been able to develop that world you want to introduce, in a way that even you are satisfied. And I've noticed all these deaths in AG, you do it with a nice touch of art but also with some lack of arguments. You could put a little more feeling into those situations or scenes, which for some reason you do not know how to express.
So without drama could tell that I live in a country at war and violence to spare. In AG you trying to implement the same situation, and believe me I could say that kind of situation you try to get your character is difficult but not impossible. For example, in this scene ([link]) Cassie (one I have a problem understanding the situation) avoids being killed, cut the man's arm, cornered him with a gun in the chin and then says: Do you have any idea what these "genetic purity "Have bastards don-. But when I look at her face and eyes, and see it as a killing machine indifferent to the feeling of the situations that have lived with these people. If seriously hated the man would have fired the gun instantly, and had his reasons for doing it. If she does not wanted to kill him, his hand would shake when she holds the gun, trying to block all those prejudices she has against what he represents (if she lives in a world like you describe it should be repressing their emotions and hatred for avoid pulling the trigger). This makes me think it could have been a scene with better argument.
It's hard to represent something if you do not know well what you represent in a story. Many good writers have taken their stories of personal experience represented in a fantasy. So it's good to know the opinions of others further than to say: I like.
Do what you want, you're the artist here, take your best experience where you feel comfortable. Either way I'll stay here watching what it is you do and I'll tell my opinion if I have something to say. But truth be hard for me to write in English, have committed my mistakes and I have read and rewrite constantly to see if I express myself well.
Cassie is not a cold-blooded killer. I do not want her to be. It would dehumanize her and make her less interesting. She also has her own reasons for not pulling a trigger immediately. This will be explained later. I do not want to use too much in the way of dialogue arguments here in the beginning. It slows the pace down. The foundations are being set for things in the future, I'm not going to put everything out on the table in the first issue, otherwise what reason would readers have to continue reading? Certainly, we both write differently. That and you don't know where I'm going with this. Just wait and see.
You do not have to put everything in the beginning, but show a plane would be about to happen. What reasons would to keep reading? ... I would say: Interest. When submitting something you have to do is capture the reader's interest. For my part got me interested, but the way they try to express the story and what you plan to do (not that you've already done). As we know the most difficult to start is the beginning of a story. So as you have presented Cassie could tell us a bit of his past, maybe something to tell us of his past, his mistakes, the kind of thing that shows us that an done that way. Or show us how difficult it must have been growing in the world of AG.
If both write in a different way, that's why I've been waiting for you continue AG and see that history can show here. And yes, I have no problea waiting. Continuing the story when you're ready to do so.