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General Writing Forum / Re: Content Ideas
« on: December 26, 2014, 06:40:12 PM »
Any progress on this?   :)

General Discussion / Re: Secondary Kinks?!
« on: December 05, 2014, 01:33:40 AM »
Invisible women, fembots, women with "altered" bodies (headless, bottom halves, armless, etc. -- usually by consent and reversible), etc. I was really interested in TG at one time, and have written some TG elements into fiction in the past. But those stories have been either stalled for years or lost to defunct machines. :-\

Invisible women was my first interest, but the first story I wrote had elements of LC, invisible women, headless women, and faceless women. I was new to the web and to writing, so I had no idea that "only a dream" stories and first-person POV were considered verboten. But there were clues at the end of the story that it might not have been a dream, and I worked hard at not being an omniscient narrator. Hate those...

If you'd like to see some of my manipulated photos, check out my galleries at DeviantArt and Tumblr. The DA stuff is either manipped from photos posted to dA or original non-manip-related "artwork." The Tumblr stuff is... everything else.

General Writing Forum / Re: Content Ideas
« on: November 03, 2014, 10:22:46 PM »
That story start is at least ten years old, and I've changed computers twice since then; if it still exists at all, it's probably in my old Yahoo Mail account, which isn't cooperating at the moment. But if/when I find it, I'll send it over to you.

General Discussion / Re: Protagonist preference?
« on: October 22, 2014, 11:51:15 PM »
I've actually written both male and female protagonists, though my stories tend to be first-person perspective. The males tend to be a fictionalized version of me, but NOT Gary Stus (male Mary Sues). I'm told this is generally a no-no, but that's only because many amateur writers forget that first-person means if you don't see it, you can't write it.

I'm surprised I'm the first (and so far, only) person to answer...

My "other" is just would have been the Sir A.C. Clarke line that EVERYONE knows. I'll simply paraphrase it here as "Magic, tech...whatever."

Nice paraphrase. :D I've had an idea for an origin story for an existing character: started out as an AI but gained sentience and basically "became a person." Speaking of which...

I was working on an "out of control AI" story for a while until one of my programmer friends pretty much sustained a snicker while reading my tech nonsense.

Oh no!  :(  I was looking forward to the next chapters of that story, if you mean the one in Google Drive (AC0 and AC1?) But are programmers your target audience, or people who can suspend disbelief (as this guy apparently couldn't)?

One of the reasons I crashed and burned so hard in Adriksehn:Skipper is that my world-building skills relating to technology are just totally and nonsensically awful.
Double oh no!  :( :(  I wanted to see how Kalin was gonna get out of the corner he painted himself into... well, the corner you painted him into.  ;)

This is why I've tried to avoid getting into too much detail regarding how a situation (invisible Paulette becoming real, intangible Marla coming into existence in the first place, the unnamed protagonist in Floating Wig) came to be. I remember trying to create an origin story for a character in my YGroup years ago and getting bogged down in the tech, and that's when a member suggested just skimming through the origin without getting into detail, or maybe peppering in details as the story progresses...

General Discussion / Re: Introductions
« on: October 22, 2014, 10:54:25 PM »
I don't know why it took so long for me to post my intro...

I've been writing and manipulating photos since 1998. My imagination first ran toward invisible women and/or living clothing, going back to childhood. When I came online in 98 I found the Femmes Invisibles Mailing List, for fans of a music video show in on a Pittsburgh public-access channel that featured greenscreened female VJs. Until then I had no idea that there were any other people anywhere who thought about such things, let alone someone that would actually make a business out of it. (Alas, the producer, Dennard Summes, died in 2005.)

Membership in this group overlapped other interests, of course, which led me to investigate other interests and fandoms -- zentai, what has come to be called Natural Body Magic, doll/statue/mannequin/fembot fiction, superheroine fanfics, you name it. I wrote in others' Yahoo groups and eventually in my own, then started a Bravenet blog, then one at Blogspot, then (after being marked as a spamblog) I was given server space by our site host here, Vestiphile.

Between having the site up and running again, recently getting a serious (life-and-death) health issue fixed, and finally getting glasses after years of squinting, I should be writing again soon. I won't be doing NaNoWriMo, but I'm using that as inspiration to finally get going on a slew of stories that have been stalled for years -- some since last milennium!  ???

General Writing Forum / Re: Content Ideas
« on: October 20, 2014, 03:00:27 AM »
Idea for someone looking to right something emotional with a potentially sad atmosphere.

Thoughts? TL;DR? Interactive or straight up story? I'd get into greater details about characters if people where interested in it.

I love this idea! I actually started on something like this ten years ago or more, but in mine the female visitor was basically the girlfriend's invisible double. I stopped where the story was supposed to shift to the girlfriend's perspective, where she might have been experiencing something similar with an invisible male. But that's where it stalled. I don't know if I even have a copy of it around anywhere.

But I'd definitely like to read your ideas for characters. It would probably be better as a straight-up story, I think, rather than an interactive add-a-chapter type.

Combination of the two. Though often in my stories the origin winds up unexplained, which falls under magic in most people's minds, I guess.

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