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Page 152 - Passing On Stories
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Page 152 - Passing On Stories

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TheMuffinly

Oh my lord sooooo much dialogue to write by hand.... oof. I'm trying to better get exposition across without dragging it out, I think that's why chapter 2 was so long. I'm getting better at it though, I used to be afraid of an event only being one page long but heck not anymore!
This scene right now by itself was much longer, and I'm glad it's not now. I wanna get this story to people because I have such great things planned!
Now. For a real argument. Books with pictures or books without pictures?

Note for the end: My friend Duke made a comic poking fun at Difference and me >:o
You all should punish him with likes and nice words
It's very suggestive, in fact his whole twitter is, but if you are unafraid?! Check it out~



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troy8140

Still loving this comic!
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TheMuffinly

Thank you very much ^^
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LegendaryLycanthrope

a picture is worth a thousand words...so obviously books with pictures are superior if you're trying to keep the book length small or you need to describe something that you just can't with words alone and still expect people to get it

to summarize...more adult books need to have pictures - they aren't just things you put in kid's books
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TheMuffinly

What about a book on anatomy? Jessica's sure that Caine would be interested in this particular page on lady bunnies~
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LegendaryLycanthrope

well, in that particular instance...why look at pictures in a book when you can look at the real thing?

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blackstealth08

Of course she prefers the pictures. Also those buns have nice buns.

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