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Suggestions for changing paragraphs

Oh my Do you realize how annoying it is when you don’t switch paragraphs when a new character is speakingDo you realize how confusing it isI don’t care if they’re using one-word responses at each other, start a new damn paragraph. ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE CHARACTER.

for that damn last comment. It had accurately explained my frustration about stories with just ONE freaking paragraph.

mathematicalgirl:

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amandaonwriting:

Suggestions for changing paragraphs

Oh my 
Do you realize how annoying it is when you don’t switch paragraphs when a new character is speaking
Do you realize how confusing it is
I don’t care if they’re using one-word responses at each other, start a new damn paragraph.
ESPECIALLY IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN ONE CHARACTER.

for that damn last comment. It had accurately explained my frustration about stories with just ONE freaking paragraph.
guilloteen:

I get asked a lot what I use for my inking, so I thought maybe this would help.
Here’s everything I use:
Bombay India Ink in various colors (I normally use black, red, white)
Sakura Micron pens in various sizes
Pilot Fineliners (not in the picture though)
Faber Castell sepia pens
Sakura Micron brush pens
Copic (or Prismacolor) markers for blotching big areas
Sharpie paint markers
And that’s about it. People say that Sakura Micron’s are “amateur” but I’m not really sure what that’s supposed to mean… they’ve always worked for me, and they last long if ya don’t treat em like shit. They don’t bleed, they work with marker, etc. So fuck em all

guilloteen:

I get asked a lot what I use for my inking, so I thought maybe this would help.

Here’s everything I use:

  • Bombay India Ink in various colors (I normally use black, red, white)
  • Sakura Micron pens in various sizes
  • Pilot Fineliners (not in the picture though)
  • Faber Castell sepia pens
  • Sakura Micron brush pens
  • Copic (or Prismacolor) markers for blotching big areas
  • Sharpie paint markers

And that’s about it. People say that Sakura Micron’s are “amateur” but I’m not really sure what that’s supposed to mean… they’ve always worked for me, and they last long if ya don’t treat em like shit. They don’t bleed, they work with marker, etc. So fuck em all