i dont know why, but every time i receive a compliment, it feels ingenuine. i cant remember a time my brain has allowed me to genuinely accept a compliment without tinging it with some level of pessimism. i know this is a me thing but it really sucks that i cant be proud of anything i do or be happy with anything i make
i think one of the smartest and most endearing examples of good characterization was Araki choosing to make Jotaro Kujo a marine biologist, like yeah this character that's written as a massively overpowered tactical genius also just happens to be really passionate about dolphins and sea turtles, what of it
i think the objectively worst form of art is those "polandball" comics that redditors make where it's basically literally just hetalia but the countries are all poorly drawn balls and all the "foreign" countries (that is to say any country that isn't the US, Canada, or Britain) are written with mildly racist "accents" that are reminiscent of the baby talk people use to personify their pets
ttrpg planning, advice welcome
So a few months ago I was asked to join a Lancer game, it seemed like the schedules of everyone involved have been free enough to play but the DM hasn't determined a time for session 0 yet and it's been several weeks with no communication from him about it. I dont know if it's just a matter of him forgetting to follow up on things or if i should message him asking what his plans are. this is the second time this has happened for a prospective campaign with this same DM, i really wanna play but i have no idea what i should do to check on if we were still planning on playing.
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