Don't need a program. I've both Sai the whole CS6 package for awhile. Been mostly playing around in photoshop. Fun, but very unforgiving when it comes to drawing clean lines if you haven't the hand for it. No stabilizer, like Sai.
Just wanted an online board so I can try to mimic movements of someone who is use to using a tablet. :p
Probably because you never expected me on. You're forgivable for not wanting to give a ghostie birthday wishes.
But I got a tablet for my birthday, and just kind of need practice drawing with it.
Pick an online art board for us? Preferably one that we don't need an account for.
My body is made of meringues. It looks all hard but when you poke it, it falls apart. And then theres the gooey centre.
I guess we have to camp a few nights on the trek, because its like, a national park type deal and they dont have hostels or anything there anymore.
I get a porter! To carry all my luggage up the mountain and to set up my tent! I'm playing the part of a stereotypical rich gringo!
I figure I can nap during the day anyway, because my sleep ability is like, the one that I've put heaps of XP into.
Screw the seals! I'm there for the plankton!
Hmm. Interlocking stories-- I suppose? It was supposed to be something about a dating agency, for undead spirits that walked the earth yet. All of it was probably going to tie up into one of the characters (the in-house ghost and one of the agent's girlfriend) actually being a malevolent spirit. Depending on your choices, events through the game would bring into clear view that "Blondie" wasn't happy with his relationship, and give him good reasons to break up with the borderline-yandere "Ruth" (or something). That, though, causes hell to break loose: despair, despair, despair, as an insane poltergeist storms through the city, wreaking havoc and destruction in her wake.
If you've seen Madoka (I hadn't at the time, but I have now) the idea of witches is pretty much what I thought enraged ghosts would be like. That's why you gotta match 'em up and date 'em together! To keep 'em docile and help them pass on, before they BREAK s**t.