FeelsA stabbing of PainFeels by =Tigzzz
A rushing of ecstasy
I quit at life now
Descend into depression
I am happy now.
Too late to save me
Goodbye my fellow fandoms
It's time now to rest.
You will soon join me
It is inevitable
Die with me tonight.
and beating hearts,
This is where
the fangirl starts.
A rush of blood
Oh my god
I think he's dead.
Screams of joy and pain and lust,
Into our realms you will be thrust.
Chapter 25 - Nutrisco et exstinguo
Nutrisco et exstinguo: "I feed from it and extinguish it"
Usque ad sideras et usque ad inferos: "from the stars all the way down to hell", meaning everywhere
Warnings: Rating for this chapter is M for onanism.
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Chapter XXIV: Usque ad sideras et usque ad inferos
song: Mosquito, by Ingrid Michaelson
Mosquito, mosquitoBuzzing aroundLanding on my kneeHow can I truly be angry with you?All you want is to be part of me
221B Baker Street, living-room
The white sun rays of this September morning are filling the flat with a soft and cosy glow that makes the skull on the mantelpiece grin even wider and heightens the dust covering the
Firstly, I have successfully made a Neko . It's pretty simple- Just a sheep- But I'm pretty proud of it.
If you don't know, it's a piece of software that makes a little character run around your desktop ^^. I first came across them when I saw *Fenilynx's amazing Sherlock one ([link]) and I wondered how difficult it would be to make one of my own! Then I thought of how funny it would be to have a little herd of sheep following your cursor... It's not perfect, but I'm quite pleased!
Also, I've had an idea but I haven't the equipment/ software to make it happen at the moment. I thought if I put it here, someone might be interested to try it for themselves. I'd really like to see how it would work, or if it would work.
My idea was based on a longing to try to effectively capture rainfall. Whenever you try, it just never seems to turn out right. What I was thinking was that you could set up a DSLR (Or something with a manual focus and lots of settings...) on a tripod, with a cover to stop it from getting rained on. Then, set a really short shutter speed and manually focus on where the rain is. (I'm not sure if this would bring the rain into focus or not... Cause for experiment I suppose) Once that has been done, set the camera to take a series of photos one after the other of the same spot, so that there is a lot of rain. Once that's done, you can use Photoshop to merge them all into a rainy picture!
Like I said, I'm not sure if it'll actually work, and I'm aware that this isn't exactly chronological, but if anyone was interested in seeing it (For I have neither decent camera nor Photoshop to try it myself) then I'd really like to know how it turns out!
|I'm not really sure what I'm saving up for...|
You know when you go onto someone's profile, and you really want to give them points but you can't because you don't have any? I think It's so that I can.
I might get a Llama Bowtie as well...