My Table

Sep. 23rd, 2012 03:43 am
darkdragonofthenever: (kyoya deathnote)
My tables for [livejournal.com profile] mission_insane. The lucky fandom that gets 200 fics? Heat Guy J, because it needs more love. :3 Links will be added as stories are added, and the Master Table will have links when a particular table is finished. Yay html.

01. Crimes 02.Weather 03. Un-Themed 6 04. Un-Themed 9
05.Songs 06. Movies 07. Slash 08. Phrases
09. Hurt/Comfort 10. Pounce!Porn 11. Espionage 12. Un-Themed 10
13. Un-Themed 5 14.Angst 15. Quotes 16. Liquids
17. Master Plots 18. Un-Themed 2 19. Crack 20. Places


Prompt Tables )

Wish me luck in this guys. I'm gonna need it.

Tag Page: Taggolicious

peace,

needs to get writing psycho
darkdragonofthenever: (rum?)
FOR THE LOVE OF ALL THINGS GOOD (or evil...whichever comes first) THIS IS ALL IN THE NAME OF FUN. WHOEVER TAKES THE DARES SERIOUSLY IS A RETARDED MONKEY ON STEROIDS THAT DESERVES TO BE SHOT IN THE ASS. TWICE.

1 ★ Create a graphic (200 x 200 max size) to represent your personal "candy". It should have your username on it, but otherwise can feature whatever you want. Make it something special since it's self-representative.

2 ★ Make a post with the subject "trick or treat?". Put your "candy" somewhere in it, and be sure to repost these instructions.

3 ★ Then, go around other people's LJs and reply to them with either "trick" or "treat". If you reply with "trick", they will give you an LJ dare that you have to perform before taking their candy. If you're too wimpy for that, simply say "treat" and take their candy.

4 ★ List all your collected candies in your original "trick or treat?" post to show off your collection!



Peace,

be warned my dares will fail psycho

Honestly.

Aug. 10th, 2010 01:20 am
darkdragonofthenever: (baku leer)
Do it. And do it hard.

HONESTY MEME
Step 1: Post this into your LJ publicly.
Step 2: Others will reply anonymously (if they'd like) about what they really think of you.
Step 3: Cry, because this meme is so brutal, and it hurts.


Peace,

bring it psycho

Really?

Aug. 9th, 2010 05:07 pm
darkdragonofthenever: (fuckwad)
So, this presumtious bastard decides to make flash games. All is well and good. He wants to sell said flash games. Again, all well and good and captialism and all that jazz. He apparently can't do his own artwork for it. Okay, so he decides to hire some artists to help him out. Everybody wins right? Artists are getting paid, the flash gamer is getting his game, and everybody's happy.

Except what? He's not paying the artists fairly? AND WRITES A FUCKING ARTICLE ON HOW TO HIRE AN ARTIST AND CHEAT THEM OUT OF PROFIT FOR SOMETHING THEY WORKED ON? Hold the fucking train here.

Anywho, read this fucking bullshit. Seriously, this makes me happy that I have no interest in selling my art and just give it away to people I care about as gifts rather than commissions. Less of a chance that I'll be burned by this kind of bullshit.

Original article: Hello. My name is Asshatery.

Stuff I'm peeved as hell about:

How to find an artist:

I recommend looking through art sites such as Deviantart for an artist which suits your taste, or any other site that has a decent art community such as Newgrounds. There’s a few reasons you want to find an artist this way. First of all, they’re cheaper. These guys aren’t used to making a lot of money for their work so they will be more appreciative of the chance even if they are being payed slightly less than what professionals are payed. Second of all, they’re better. The quality of art you can find through this method is pretty amazing, and the vast amount of artists guarantee you will find something that suits your tastes and needs. Unless you have a specific price you want to pay in mind, ask THEM what they are willing to charge for the project. This usually causes people to give offers that are lower than what you normally pay, and will make them happy.

Artist payment:

Make it clear to whomever you hire that they will not be payed until ALL the work is completed, unless it is completed by a predefined date, and unless it matches or exceeds expectations. Sometimes I have an issues getting all of these things, but if you give someone a job they’re expected to treat it as so even if they’re just a hobbyist. Paying prior to the completion of the project is a bad idea for several reasons. Only paying for the finished work encourages the artist to finish their job faster, if you pay up front the artist has no motivation to finish quickly. Similarly, if you pay up front the artist could disappear and you may never get what you payed for!

And a comment that the host of their article likes. Which really pisses me off: Under a cut, because this is getting long.
Fucker. )

Also:
His nick on sites like Newgrounds, Kongregate and Armor Games is xdragonx10. Spread the word about this article. Go tell him (politely) what is wrong about his business policy. Avoid his games if at all possible. Show him that what he's doing is coming back to bite him in the ass and not earning him one more cent.

I mean really WHAT THE FUCK MAN. Spreading the word because this whole thing is absolute bullshit.

Originally found on [livejournal.com profile] neuronautica's journal.

Peace,

WTF. REALLY. psycho

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