>>419045 >Conner might also choose veggies because they are less expensive or because he suspects super hormones are in the meat available in town. Good points. Didn't think of those for some reason. Went with the protracted personal excuses rather than the financial/paranoid excuses. Hayleigh/Amelia/Audrey: "What do you mean, super hormones?" Conner: "You know what? Forget I said anything. Don't worry about it." Do you think it would be cliche to have a conspiracy theory student? "They're putting chemicals in our meat to turn the frogs gay" etc
>>419046 I don't think it would be cliche, but you would need to decide beforehand if any of them are going to be true or not later on.
Like there are conspiracies where everyone assumes or knows are true but refuse to openly acknowledge them (stuff pertaining to Mother Queen), and then there's the outlandish ones like all the money in town is laced with listening devices to spy on the residents. But even that doesn't sound so outlandish given the setting.
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Artist Anon, if you actually keep up with this thread and not just the weekly threads, I've been reading through your big pastebin thing you posted.
I've only had time to read through the "opening story attempts" so far since I've been busy with my own writing project, but here are my thoughts so far since the Sunday thread is going to be made late due to Mother's Day.
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Wouldn't it be funny if all of the negative, contrarian, and mean-spiritedness of the /co/ board was encapsulated in a single person. How about if this person was a goth girl with big boobs? Thus the creation of /Co/die miraculously occurred one day in a /coc/ thread.
Initial sketches from the thread she was created in (Called /Co/rrine until the /Co/die name was settled upon): https://desuarchive.org/co/thread/127163782/#q127196032
A thread for discussing /Co/die and collecting images featuring the character
A football jock with the superpower to manipulate the mass of any object he touches (functionally he can make things lighter or heavier for a short while). The idea came from an anon who felt inspired by a Lovely Ladybug storytime thread to share his own long time character ideas and it snowballed from there.
We'll need a long term thread for this guy since there's a comic in the works now.
There's no wiki page for him yet, but if you are far enough in the future then scroll down and there will be a link eventually.
>>419369 The zip is just what I personally had in my dropbox folder. I never saw any of these virtual fighter pics so there's no way I would've had them.
>>419368 Once they've stopped suspending my ability to make public links, sure. A /coc/ booru sort of thing would be a better solution, but you can't make boorus anymore and I spend enough of my time updating and tagging the /d/ drawthread booru as is.
>>419378 I emailed Zecro again, but I haven't heard from him since December. I'm hoping that he could at least send a backup our way and then I'd host it here on plus4chan. As long as there's someone to manage it, since I'm completely unfamiliar with booru administration. It would be better than starting from zero, plus I'd want to preserve the image dates on the booru.
>>419379 Yeah, I know you want to preserve the time stamps. I'm just trying to provide an alternative in case things don't work out, and also because someone asked me for all this in the weekly /coc/ threads.
If the dropbox links are still not working in 2 days then let me know and I'll try re-doing the links and send them your way once I find the plus4chan email again.
School for vampires/Die Schule der kleinen Vampire fansubs Thanks to the Deutsch Amerikanische Freundschaft, retal4 and and a germanAnon a ansubbing project for this show has start. We have one tv rip episode with subs but we are wating for DVD rips.
>>419331 Yeah, we got a lot of shit done, all told. It was pretty great to see how much the community grew from what was originally a few strangers putting together some subs haphazardly and a bunch of shitposts about hips. And it was fun to uncover parts of the lore together with each new release and theorize about the rest.
If anyone is familiar with the comic/animated TV show Cybersix, the creators made this comic beforehand. Since I own a (hard to find if you're not in Argentina) copy, I wanted to give a shot at translating it, and I wanted to know if anyone is interested and/or can give me some advice on how I should go about releasing this.
>>419268 I just mean if you don't want to cut up your album to make the best scan possible, or even just don't want to spend the time doing it, these exist, so you can just erase the text on those and pop your translation in.
>>419270 What he said: https://booksdl.org/comics0/_NON_ENG_ORIG/I/Irish%20Coffee%20%28German%29/
>>419242 >>419261 This is one of those cases where the initial sketch is superior to the finished art.
Both these images also suffer from a common problem artists have when drawing the character they are hampered by a habit of portraying more realistic physiques and end up not making the tits big enough.
Today it became known in /coc/ that, despite pages from it being posted and attracting moderate attention, Hamster Jovial still has not been translated into English. An enterprising Anon said that they would buy the book and make an HQ scan if somebody would translate it, and I thought, why not make it a community project? Would anybody be interested?
>>419192 I'm not sure you know what you are getting into, offering to translate a book by Gotlib. But I'll bite. Here's a link, apparently it already had a digital release: https://mega.nz/file/VxcjkQhA#YRYVpkl2ep__W7cS3X3zUtqxI-wof4-qfBWBAXQiaQc
>>419193 These couple of strips aren't too bad for wordplay, the editing would be a huge bitch though, especially for the first strip. /coc/ is really dead too, isn't it? Couldn't even finish Melusine.