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OC ficlet: Platonically, Unconditionally"I love you."OC ficlet: Platonically, Unconditionally by ~slackpracticerepeat
He just blurted it out one day, in such a plain, matter-of-fact tone.
It was just like any other day in their house, more or less. Hailey grumbling about this fucking commission or that software, and Eli chugging coffee and crouched over a computer. Occasionally having a snark-off or Skyping with Izzy and Calvin.
"Since when did a writer like you just fast-forward the plot to confession without any sort of build up? Not very good story-writing there, is it?" Hailey responded jokingly.
Well, it wasn't exactly in a joking tone but he knew her well enough to tell that this was her equivalent of joking.
"Yeah, and all you do nowadays are doodling headshots of characters at the same damn angle," he shot back.
"Shut up, do you even know how exhausting all these commissions are? Like no I don't really want to draw someone's kawaii-daysu generic OC standing in a kawaii-daysu generic pose with a kawaii-daysu generic background but MONEY. Fucking money. I swear,"
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Syn's Dithering TutorialWhat is dithering?Syn's Dithering Tutorial by `Synfull
Dithering is a pixel art process used to blend blocks of colour together or help apply a texture to a pixelled surface. Within emoticons it is most commonly used when making pixelled backgrounds, however it can be used in a number of other areas, e.g. massive emote bases, pixel objects etc. In this tutorial, we will focus on how 2 colours can be blended with dithering.
To break dithering down into simple terms, it is achieved by simply taking the colours from the two blocks of colour and placing individual pixels of each on the opposite side. This creates a region where the two colours merge together to create a more blended colour transition instead of a clear line between the two.
Dithering can seem like a complex process, but it's really not. Once you get the basic idea and technique, it's just all about practice and over time you'll learn how to apply it to a number of different situations. There are many dithering styles which can be
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