Lol. Thank you. To make it look like fanart I should have probably specified something about it, because these currently look more like photos of LARPing.
Many thanks and I appreciate the effort. If it's not overtaxing your generosity can we then also attempt the following tweaks?
"Highly detailed and beautiful digital art of a fantasy character: A 13-year-old girl with red-blonde hair, in a forest. The girl is wearing a deer-mask with short antlers, a cape over a jersey, and a witch's hat. The girl is holding a hockey stick. Every branch of every tree has a bright ribbon tied to it. The cape rests atop her shoulders and falls over one arm like a musketeer's cape."
Many thanks in advance!
I gather we're allowed to suggest prompts we wish to see? Here's a prompt trying to create fanart for my favourite web serial, Pale by Wildbow:"A girl with red-blonde hair, in a forest. The girl is wearing a deer-mask with short antlers, a cape over a jersey and shorts, and a witch's hat. The girl is holding a hockey stick. Every branch of every tree has a bright ribbon tied to it. The cape rests atop her shoulders and falls over one arm like a musketeer's cape. The witch's hat and the cape are both navy-blue."
There are no reader comments -- this is a "glowfic", the whole thread is the story. Each "comment" is a portion of the story. You need read it all.
You do need pay attention to the usernames because they often identify which character is speaking (e.g. "Keltham", or "Carissa Sevar"), and an approximation of their facial expression via the graphics.
(The post times and history of each comment are not important in-story, the "history" are just edits made to that story portion, the post times are just when it was posted)
One of the authors is "Iarwain" (who is EY) the other author is "lintamande".
In your other post, the only reason you indicated to not press the button is that other people would still be asleep and not have experienced the thing.As such, it feels as if the "trick" by your friend just sped up what would have almost certainly happened anyway: you eventually pressing the button and nuking the site. It'd just have happened later in the day.
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