Whoo! I don’t even know what to say about this one… but it’s so silly, I should probably be embarrassed about it. XD
One thing I’ve always loved (thanks, Inuyasha fandom!) is ridiculous, angsty, romance AUs. There is nothing better than reading about two people completely in love with one another who can’t seem to figure out how to get together. Now, understand, I don’t mean that ~*love triangle crap*~ (sorry, Inuyasha fandom).
Instead, I’m talking about the type of story where two people love each other so much, and they’re so desperate to make each other happy, that they keep ruining their chances to hook up. Mmm! Delicious fluffy drama!
Anyway, the sad fact is that Avatar fandom is just short on AUs in general. I blame all the shipping wars, really. UGH. What more have you cost me, shipping wars??! Look at what you’ve driven me to! Inventing scenes of my own for fics that do not exist. (*Fangirl Problems*)
Ok, uh, I feel like I ought to explain what was in my head when I doodled this.
I suppose it’s the very beginning of the big final romance-y drama scene. Katara is moodily consoling herself on a balcony (so well-drawn!) when Aang arrives to tell her he’s leaving. Maybe he thinks she doesn’t love him. Maybe she’s engaged to someone else! Maybe the Avatar isn’t allowed to marry or something. IDK!
Whatever it is, it’s all about to come to the surface, because Katara isn’t going to be able to let him go without confessing her feelings. (And Aang, no matter how alternate the universe, isn’t going to let Katara’s love go unreciprocated.)
Everyone on my Tumblr dash, PLEASE watch this. Especially if you are a creative artist:
Adobe is going to scrap their hard copies (disks) for their software (Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Flash), and have you pay a subscription for the latest software called the Adobe Creative Cloud. $50 per month. Could you really afford such an expense in the long run?
This is really disturbing. Please hear what he has to say, it really is a serious situation for working artists. Pass this along so others may know about the Adobe Creative Cloud and how horrible it is.
Yep… Just went to see how much Flash costs. You know, to just buy the program? Guess what? After spending a while looking, it appears that you CAN’T anymore. You have to pay an outrageous subscription fee. I hate adobe. Is there a petition going around to stop this nonsense? Because I want to sign it.
Thanks! I know a lot of artists and people who like art follow me. You guys should go sign that.
Today I just signed the petition in the voice against the Adobe Creative Cloud. For those who are not familiar with what the new Creative Cloud can do to you as an artist, I really suggest you watch this video.
For those who have seen, reblogged, faved, here’s the link (as shown in the previous reblog) to sign the petition. Anything can happen, Adobe really needs to know that many artists are not supportive of them controlling not just the software..but the content worked on the Cloud.
I personally don’t use photoshop, since I’ma digital artist, but I know a lot of my friends and teachers do. I think those who follow us should look into this, it’s a bit outrageous for them to demand a rental price like this, considering how many people buy their products to begin with.