Middle Ground—UPDATED! Chapter 3 is finally up!

welkikitty:

Fandom: Tales of Graces F
Rating: PG-13
Summary: Hubert Oswell was a man who craved Order. Pascal brought him Chaos. Together, they learned to find Balance.

Chapter 3: Balance
Wherein Hubert plays medic, “bad stuff” is explained, and Pascal the Puzzlemaster does her best work.

Warnings: Hubert and Pascal get their own warning.

On FF.net

On AO3

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I know what I’m doing on breaks at work tomorrow~!

rayrayinspace:

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!
If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!
As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!
And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!
We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!
Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!

LESS THAN $500 AWAY FROM GOAL AHHH WE’RE ALMOST THERE!!!!
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rayrayinspace:

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!

If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!

As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!

And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!

We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!

Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!

LESS THAN $500 AWAY FROM GOAL AHHH WE’RE ALMOST THERE!!!!

mangoscorner:

So the winners of the 2nd Screenshot Contest: Steph and Ahna (in their non-bobbly headed forms, lol)! With Dan’s super kitty screenshot as a close 2nd!  Congrats!

I wish I could do a drawing for every participant every time, but I think my drawing hand would go on strike. However, there will be more contests in the future—and I do tend to favor those who have not won recently in my judging criteria. Also, you never know if I might post some random sketches if I get bored. :D 

Thank you to all the participants!

That top drawing is sooo super cute, Mamo~ <3

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!
If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!
As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!
And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!
We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!
Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!
high resolution →

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!

If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!

As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!

And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!

We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!

Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!
If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!
As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!
And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!
We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!
Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!
high resolution →

rayrayinspace:

Hey dolls! So we’re getting close to wrapping up chapter 4, and that means the first collective volume of Dollhouse will be ready to print, as in chapters 1-4 in one book! Unfortunately, I can’t fund this book getting printed out of pocket like I’ve been able to with the previous single-chapter issues. This volume will be a much larger run (like ten times larger), so I’m launching a Kickstarter to raise the funds to get this book printed!

If you aren’t familiar with Dollhouse, it’s a queer comic that takes place in St. Louis about a girl, a band, and the terrible decisions they make. It’s definitely a drama, with a little bit of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll mixed in there too. Aside from the overlaying drama, it’s a story about dreams, the paths that lead us to achieve them, and the obstacles to overcome. It’s about how what we want can grow and change, and how a dream can evolve into something bigger. It’s about dreams that we have to learn to let go in order to pave the way for something new. You can read the comic online here!

As a backer, your money would go towards getting the book printed in paperback and make DRM-free PDFs available for digital devices, as well as some sweet Kickstarter exclusive rewards!

And as always, thanks for reading. Writing and drawing these last four chapters has been an incredible experience for me, and it’s been equally incredible seeing how the fanbase has grown over the past year and a half. Every comment, like, reblog, or retweet makes my heart light up. I hope you all want to see this book printed as much as I do!

We’re $800 away from printing Dollhouse!! The end goal is so close to being reached, please consider backing the project to see this book in print, or at least reblogging to spread the word!!

Check out the Kickstarter here, and follow me on Twitter for more updates involving the campaign!!

roirence:

Good7luck brough up a very valid point

roirence:

Good7luck brough up a very valid point

makiokuta:

For anyone wondering why I’ve been so quiet around here the last month, this is why. Working on a 4-10hour game for a contest is a lot of work, but without further delay, I am ready to introduce you all to the fruits of our team’s effort.

Sunken Spire is an RPG made for the 2014 Indie Game Maker Contest

Dragonfly Studios (Castle Chase, Halloween Flop, Punch Bears) and Blue Coral Games (Dead Moon Night, The Grumpy Knight, Search for Immortality) come together for the first time ever to create the newest entry in the Arum Universe.

Join Elsa the Death Knight and Alma the Magical Engineer as they complete their mission to investigate an uncovered hidden laboratory in the neighbouring country of Rumen. Sunken Spire is an RPG based around customization with each character having their own unique systems and growths to experiment with.

DOWNLOAD (Windows Only)

If you enjoy our game, please head over to the official contest site and cast us a vote! While you’re there, check out all the other games that have come out of this contest; there’s over 500 indie games at your fingertips!

We hope you enjoy our entry!

If you find any errors, please feel free to contact me here on tumblr or at my email: Shuta.Medu@gmail.com Although this is a patched version compared to what we put out earlier in the week, the fact still remains this game was made in a month! We’d also appreciate any feedback, as we plan to polish this game up for a bigger rerelease. Thank you!

I forgot to mention that voting was extended until the end of the month!

Yeah. Cameras don&#8217;t exist in Artoris. Who cares.
Ugly flower print shirts are a universal constant though.
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Yeah. Cameras don’t exist in Artoris. Who cares.

Ugly flower print shirts are a universal constant though.

shinigamiwyvern:

wHO stole all the gingerbread house making kits
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shinigamiwyvern:

wHO stole all the gingerbread house making kits

I’ve been tracking #Punch Bears (game) since the day I made that game. It’s like seriously magical to actually see something appear on that tag. haha