I'll put content warnings wherever I feel may be necessary when I'm putting something on the public timelines but I don't always do so for Unlisted or Private posts unless I'm talking about spoilers. I guess I just feel that certain kinds of posts come with the territory of following me. That said, if you want to follow me or already do so and have concerns about that, feel free to send me a direct message.
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I guess I forgot to make a post about it but I wanted to let my followers here know that most of my tootin' will be from @firstname.lastname@example.org for the time being so if you haven't already you may want to follow me over there. I haven't set up account migration because I don't plan to totally abandon this account here. So you can keep following this account if you want but I'd recommend also following the other one if you want to see most of my toots. Thanks everyone
I'm thinking about swapping around which account is my main. Not sure if I want to set up "account migration" though because I still plan on using this account fairly often. I feel like migrating implies that I won't continue to be active here.
I want to try posting from this account more since I realized that the majority of my toots are art-related in some way, even if it isn't my own. And I was thinking it might be good to not separate my more general thoughts from my art so much, because of course my art is influenced heavily by what's going on in my head.
Weird pen doodles. Haven’t used these pens for years so the top two drawings are just me trying to get a feel for them again.
Maybe I just have unusually varied tastes, but I've been able to find something I enjoyed in just about every genre of everything, even if it's it's a genre I typically don't care for. If I were to just stick to one type of thing, I'd feel extremely trapped, so I can't really understand why anyone would do that.
It makes me a little sad to see that someone is sort of stuck in one genre. "I only read sci-fi books", "I only listen to hip-hop music", "I only like dark anime", "I just like romance movies", etc. I mean, it's fine and good to have a favorite type of thing, but I've always felt it's good to explore stuff outside of that as well.
Start your day right by listening to the Gunbuster soundtrack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEEPosF-tNU
So, the way combat in #Sekiro has been described, it's basically one hit kill for both enemies and the player character, but you've got to continually attack in different ways to create an opening for the finishing move. That sounds super awesome and exactly the kind of combat I'd want in a samurai/ninja game. https://www.pcgamer.com/embargoed-11am-pdt-sekiro-from-softwares-next-game-subverts-nearly-everything-weve-come-to-expect-from-dark-souls/
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