shit's wack yo
I was once told that I would never amount to anything important and I'm not saying they're wrong.
I draw and such.
Joined on 11/19/12
Posted by Urichov - 1 month ago
I will get back to writing the words "shit's wack yo" in due time.
So basically: moderator, dad, Italian, competitive eater, former retail worker, and co-host of the hit podcast The Dom and Fro Show (the only podcast where you can listen to both Dom and Fro,) @Fro went on vacation for a bit, and some say he's coming back today. In the meantime, and with this deadline in mind, me and some folks organised (for a given degree of organisation) and put out a collab of sorts to greet him upon his grand return:
We wrote a fanfiction.
We also illustrated a fanfiction, and from the looks of things we're going to be organising a sort of audiobook of that fanfiction fairly soon, but as of now, this is what we done went and did:
I don't think that's half bad for something we ended up cobbling together in like 3 days.
Credits, in alphabetical order, apart from the last one:
@Belthagor for adding this labradoodle to the whole thing.
@BillyRedSnake for writing Parts 1 and 2 (that includes 1.5 and 2.5,) and sorta for illustrating the interlude, though I ultimately finished that one.
@Edeshye for writing Part 4, illustrating parts 1 (that doesn't include 1.5) and 4, and for essentially taking charge of the organisation of things while I had basically no internet access.
@Edlus for illustrating Part 3 (not including 3.5.)
@Kutaykomiks for illustrating Parts 1.5 and 2 (not including 2.5.)
@tehdroopy for illustrating Part 2.5
@The-Great-One for coming up with the epic title of The Father of The Forums. We lost a "the" there but we're rolling with it.
@ZetoSoul for illustrating Part 3.5
And me, for coming up with the basic idea and doing a really shitty job organising it, writing Part 3 (including 3.5) and illustrating the interlude between Parts 1 and 2.
What I have learnt from this is that this collaboration stuff needn't be so intimidating. Also with the right drive I can write over 3,000 words in a day, though that amount didn't get into the Part 3 I ended up submitting.
If it turns out he's not coming back today like we've been assuming, I in particular am going to feel like a right nob.