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 on: Today at 05:58:19 AM 
Started by Berit - Last post by Treefox
Oh yes, I'm getting hungry too! :D One of my comfort foods is Shio (salt based soup) Ramen. It's just so nice and comforting. The instant kind, mind you. When need comfort I don't have the time to make soup from scratch. ;)
Also a good porridge with a nice consistency.

Practical question: what do you do when you can't sleep at night because of the heat?

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 on: Yesterday at 05:10:53 AM 
Started by Berit - Last post by Czarine
I think I would be more shocked about the walrus since I don't know how it would fit through our building's narrow staircase up to the second floor...  :D And who has taught it to knock??

Question: What is your go-to recipe or comfort food? (I'm hungry!)

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 on: July 12, 2024, 02:11:13 PM 
Started by Berit - Last post by Startear
Ooooh,a good question!

For me usually it is thinking of why I want to master said skill. Is it because I like how art from a new art supply look? Is it because I have a deadline at work?  Or is because I want to do something specific? Then Itry to keep it in mind as I do the thing.

So this was a question making a few rounds on tumblr, and I am curious what the folks here think. What would be a bigger shock to you, that a walrus came knocking on the door, or if a fae/fairy did?

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 on: July 10, 2024, 06:25:22 AM 
Started by Berit - Last post by Treefox
Oooh, that's a great idea, Afke! I completely forgot about this thread.

And a good question as well. I think a lot of us sometimes or often fee like they are too much in their heads, or there is simply going to much in their heads or they tend to ponder endlessly at night. Well for me it's like that very often.
And I have struggled long to find something that works. So, I tried to learn how to meditate. As I am a person that struggles severly with concentration it was very hard work and took a really, really long time to feel any results. But I must say that finally I am able to stay more relaxed and am able to sleep so much better!

New question: how do you motivate yourself to learn something new? Something that isn't coming to you naturally?

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 on: July 09, 2024, 07:43:24 AM 
Started by jaRf - Last post by Treefox
I backed it and am slightly scared how much it will be in the end. I am indeed looking forward to learn about the stories behind the art. Also I love the quality of the Flesk publications so far.  :)

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 on: July 07, 2024, 03:59:33 AM 
Started by Berit - Last post by Afke
Hmm, perhaps breathe some new air into this thread... I think we all were too intimidated by the last question, haha.

I would probably say something along the lines of what I wrote in the big thank you book that was made by fans a while back. Yes, I would mostly thank them. I don't think I really have any questions lingering on my mind..? The final quest felt like a nice big wrap up to me. Although with some things in it, it may feel like there was no room to pause and elaborate. So I guess my question would be if they felt rushed to get it done, get the whole rest of the story out, because you never know how long you have left.

New question: What do you do when you feel like you are too much in your head, how do you calm down, or get into a state of relaxation?

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 on: July 07, 2024, 03:25:26 AM 
Started by jaRf - Last post by Afke
Thanks for the link, I hadn't seen it yet. I'm not that kind of a collector I guess, I have my fave covers in some way. Though all the little info bits that Richard has written for these sound interesting, the price is just out of my league with the added shipping and customs costs. Anyway, it was a joy to view the video at least. :)

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 on: May 29, 2024, 08:19:33 AM 
Started by jaRf - Last post by jaRf
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/fleskpublications/elfquest-the-complete-covers-1978-2022/description

There's a Kickstarter campaign by Flesk (who also did Art of EQ, Art of the Story, Line of Beauty and other artbooks) for an ElfQuest Cover collection book.

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 on: January 17, 2024, 12:33:20 PM 
Started by Foxeye - Last post by kandrinchae
Name: Suncatcher
Birth-tribe: The Pride
Parents: Erakoll - Father (Pride), Farstrider (Loner/Two-Spear Splinter Tribe)
Age: 1000 years

Appearance: She is taller than most of her tribemates with a runner’s physique. Skin tanned golden brown by life lived between savanna and jungle. She has long blond hair, usually kept in a long braid that reaches past her hips, with a few stray wisps about her forehead. All across her body are dark red-brown designs, often highlighted with other colors and changing often (Henna+magic)
Attire: (Pre-call) Due to the extreme heat of both savanna and jungle, simple and lightweight are key, while still protecting against thorns and worse. A vest that laces across the front, with a braided belt holding several pouches. The pouches hold various dye ingredients and some tools. She uses a spear and bow to hunt with.

Role: Scout and Seeker. Suncatcher has a talent to find fresh water and was often out scouting ahead for her nomadic tribe. She also is aStoryteller.
Skills: Scouting, Botanical Knowledge, Foraging, Herbology, Hunting, Water Keening, Storytelling, Body Art, Survival
Magic:/ Minor healing that manifests as being hardier and self-shaping that acts like photophores, camouflaging her even more than her body art does when in danger.

Personality: Joyful and hopeful, sunny as her name implies. The optimist until the last. Friendly and curious.
Background:

Links to Fanfics:
Images:

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 on: January 16, 2024, 12:53:06 PM 
Started by Maggie - Last post by Treefox
I feel you! *Hugs* As long as we have each other's back, we'll be okay here. :)

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