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Dinostuck: Cretaceous Square


So… before Stablehand, I had this homestuck “fan adventure” called Dinostuck: Cretaceous Square.

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Lance showing his stuff in Dinostuck: Cretaceous Square.


My thoughts while painting this image:

Me: Takumi, stop. No, Takumi! Bad Takumi! There is such a thing as too much detail and you’re gonna get there really soon!

Other me: Screw it, I’m having a ridiculous amount of fun with this.

Me: It’s gonna take way too long though!

Other me: So what? When it gets done it will be the BEST FRAME IN ALL OF DCS for at least a couple tens of pages.

Me: Okay, you can keep going, but this doesn’t feel right. Eventually you’re gonna regret this.

Other me: No I’m not.

Me: Ah, whatever. Let’s do this thing!

Be Bec.

No! No one can be Bec! Just like no one can be the white text guy. As has been thoroughly shown before, all faceless white organisms possessing weird space travel powers and the ability to make scary thunderous static noises, regardless of race, sex, nationality, or any other weird qualifier, are basically off-limits to anyone entering commands into a newfangled oversized typepad device—uh, excuse me, I mean computer console. See, look! He’s even growling at you!

Try harder to be Bec.

You try really, really hard to be Bec, but unfortunately… whoa, what? You actually managed it?!

Well, damn. I’m sure impressed.

Bec: do the glowy thing.

Ah, the glowy thing. Right! Being omniscient and all, you happen to know exactly what the glowy thing is. And thus, you do it. You think that silly girl might even have the sense to stay out of those nasty ruins for as much as two full weeks after this.

…Wow, that was cool.

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Suddenly, all this glowing like the sun causes you to make an odd realisation…

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Aug 2, 2012, 1:51:36 AM

Dave: Fuse your bro with techno and trance music.

This was supposed to be another of those “homestuck fan command” things but it never got finished and this was the only good thing out of it I still really liked so I’m just posting this.

It’s “technotranscendent Dirk”*, from my “Homestuck interpreted by Cleverbot” conversation. You know, the one that inspired the technotranscendent archetype in Stablehand. And Stablehand itself to be honest.

Well, in concert with the weird “Aspects” distinctly different from Homestuck’s Aspects Cleverbot made up. The idea of having “Incongruity” and “Nothing” as valid ‘elemental’

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