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Aug. 20th, 2015

houndsofhell: (Angry Smash!)

Updated Cast Lists

Finally got my text-based and icon-based character lists finished... after about a year of being too lazy and just leaving 'notes to self' about which muses needed to be added and/or removed. Still poking at an idea I have for a fancier, more attractive icon-based list, but it's going to be difficult with IJ's post length limit. We'll see how that goes, but I'm just so glad to finally have my lists up to date!

Nov. 30th, 2014

houndsofhell: (Xmas: Impala with a bow!)

50k for Roleplay

 
I did it! Slightly over 50k words slain in the name of overcoming writer's block and getting back in touch with roleplaying. Sure, it wasn't technically a novel, but it was still a whole bunch of writing for something I'm passionate about, and that makes me feel like a winner.

As someone who used to believe that NaNo was more of a pressure than a challenge, I'm glad I decided to give it a try. Having a goal to work toward was actually beneficial and motivational in these circumstances.

 

Oct. 13th, 2014

houndsofhell: (SPN: Dean - serious face!)

Revamped Layout

As it would turn out: I have not, in fact, disappeared into oblivion. I've just been quietly doing my thing (which includes trying to rediscover my muses because I happen to have the best psl ever and an infinitely patient slp) instead of posting around [insanejournal.com profile] rp_tutorials or [insanejournal.com profile] pb_updates. Or any of the maybe two other places I actually bothered to peek into from my general shroud of privacy.

While I can't say whether I'll ever get around to either making my own codes or more icons to share (or fleshing out my cdj), I can say I'm finally completely happy with the layout on my journal. Thank the universe for Developer Tools and learning through experience! (Seriously, though, it started out as this; I feel highly accomplished.)

Also, Devoth's HEX to RGBA converter was a lifesaver because screw figuring out RGB values.