And there’s the lineup of Q&S staff. Gee, I wonder if those monochromatic ponies almost act like their own group.
Of course, this isn’t inclusive. The story isn’t about what goes on in the storefront.
((Visual design of characters is done, still out on the story.))
((So, it’s time to report what’s going on.
I messed up. I took on something with way more background than I could handle. As a result, the story currently stands as incoherent and full of holes. I still am not sure what most of you think, but I know what my few most involved followers think, and they tell me that they’re lost.
So, I’m gonna start over. I’ll close the scope in, focus on Inkblot’s experience as an employee at quills and sofas, and take the Valkyries out. The sprite? I’m leaving it in. It’s just the camera, but with some intelligence. You can consider it’s presence post-reboot as a self-depreciating joke.
If you want to watch the development of things, you can look at the mod blog. I’m not gonna try and keep the big picture a secret this time, because I need to be held accountable for it.
Sorry, for producing a sub-par product and getting frustrated with you too easily.))
Right now, in relation to the inkblot project, I really don’t know what to do.
I feel like I did when I realized that I’m not the kind of person who should have pets, regardless of how nice it is to look at an adorable fuzzy creature.
I’m gonna try to find a better end than this, but I screwed up so badly when I jumped to nightmare night that I’m not even sure one exists.
I really just need to know one thing: Do I keep going, and if so how, or do I just kill the project?
((Clarity and inspiration sure love to strike when I’m about to go to bed))
((Mod post time.))
So yeah, that was the prologue. One of the reasons for it should be pretty obvious, key word being should.
I’m really glad that the people who’ve been following this blog for a year and a half have stuck on, and for the ones who didn’t: I can understand.
Blog to Review
Ask Inkblot follows Inkblot (could you guess?) as she recovers from a brief run in from another universe and a major injury. She works at the quills and sofas, but she does a lot more than assume the title of a simple clerk.
((This was helpful. It’s good to hear specific listing of faults, especially from the perspective of somebody who has a pretty good idea of what to look for.
I would recommend that my audience submit more blogs so this guy can keep making reviews of blogs like this, or at least submit their own blogs and see what they can personally improve upon. And, as the description will tell you, the blogs don’t even have to be pony related.))