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Let No One Hunger: Intro
I will tell you the story of the monster Smotherer.
I will also tell you the story of the hero Lili. I will tell how she won the right to be queen over the ferrets on the world of Yrrbron, but mark my words, this is not her story alone. To relate the tale of her quest, which is a long tale indeed, is to relate the tale of the beast she felled. Remember that even among heroes the lives of Men are short, and their years easily counted, but the years of monsters are not. Though her triumph appears so assured now, never forget that throughout her long and perilous journey that hideous würm sat uncontested in its lair, or roamed violently among worlds in a manner Men cannot hope to understand and which would certainly erode their minds to naught if they so could. Throughout that time it sent out doom a thousand-thousand times, not least upon the countless many who sought to bring its reign to end. Valiant, stalwart, or only madmen who knew no fear, they were without exception destroyed
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Neither Man nor beast by Tinselfire Neither Man nor beast :icontinselfire:Tinselfire 3 0 Witch of Zalantha by Tinselfire Witch of Zalantha :icontinselfire:Tinselfire 3 0 Kagura by Tinselfire Kagura :icontinselfire:Tinselfire 1 0 Aita schematic by Tinselfire Aita schematic :icontinselfire:Tinselfire 7 5 Aita portrait by Tinselfire Aita portrait :icontinselfire:Tinselfire 4 0
Literature
Mink and robot weasel's delivery service (2 of 2)
So at the pitstop Gleam and Aita (that is to say, mostly Gleam) accost some unlucky tanuki trucker with a poor grip on the Russian language but an instinctive respect for comrade Lenin in paper form, far from home and having gone far too long without a snack. After having half of the Volcanins Delivery Service budget waved under his muzzle for a while his professionalism finally caves, money and keys swap places, and the chunky canine hitches a ride back to Kamchatka - preferably one leaving him with enough time to explain why his employer's 17 years old Mazda and his customer's mystery cargo are now in the paws of a jailbird and a big robot girl.
Normally this is where the quest would be considered achieved, but in 1978 Soviet Russia things are rarely or never what they seem.
*The truck fails to start.*
G (shuffling over to the other seat): Oh. Yeah. You drive.
A: Is something wrong?
G: You could say that.
*The truck starts up just fine when Aita turns the key.*
A: There is nothing wr
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Literature
Mink and robot weasel's delivery service (1 of 2)
For and with characters created by Noy and Latzka:
Gleam Volcanins is having a day worse than another, and the situation is not about to improve. The young mink has made less than a good impression with the law, being sent to prison at 18 after taking the fall for her apparently not-so-significant other. Of all the ways she considered starting life as an adult, spending ten hours a day soldering consumer electronics was not one among them. It gets no better as her family at last declares she won't be welcome around the house any time in the foreseeable future, what for being generally abrasive, chronically lazy, permanently slightly drunk, less-than-legally inclined, and having an improper interest in pretty girls. That last part pretty much gives the foreseeable future an infinite extension.
Luck finally takes a better turn as her release draws near. A friend of the family sets her up with a place to stay, a robot to back her up in starting a business, and a not so subtle hint to shut
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Please do not send me a llama if you have no interest in getting in touch. I strive to answer all correspondence as soon as time and opportunity allow. If you want to get in touch or have a message concerning a specific piece, please drop a note or post a comment instead.

Thank you.

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I'll admit, I am a bit stingy sometimes.
That tends to be a rather natural development when you have been managing limited resources for a little longer than usual. I won't go into detail - part because it is nobody's business, but mostly because it is a very tedious story - but let's just say my current computer was rescued on the way to somebody else's dumpster. And it was a vast upgrade.
I had no intention of ever becoming a core member.

Nevertheless, after one faux-pas after another concerning the arcane camelids, I so did for the sole purpose of adding a custom box with a slight notice what to consider before launching a llama in my general direction. Five bucks a month for a slight reduction of risk for social awkwardness involving cartoon llamas? Sounds like an autism spectrum dream come true.
Count me right in.

EDIT: Almost forgot quasi-traditional confusion over how the recommendations in the sidebars work. While good stuff - very good stuff indeed today - is still being found without fail, apparently today the sidebars are manned by Psycho Mantis.

You might also like Nimrais.
Yes, I just might. Considering I've commented on that particular recommended picture, there is a possibility I do enjoy it.
You might also like SouthpawLynx.
Yes, there is a possibility. Again, considering each picture recommended has a Bifrost-haired avatar in the comment ladder, I just might enjoy his work.
You might also like JayAxer and/or BJPentecost.
Excellent job, Columbo. What gave me away? Was it perhaps how both the recommended pictures are among my faves?
You might also like [name withheld].
Okay, that's just scary. Remind me to encrypt my mail.

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Word has just reached me that Stephen Furst, perhaps best known for his work on Babylon 5, is no longer among us.

To absent friends, in memory still bright - and fare well beyond the rim.
I'll admit, I am a bit stingy sometimes.
That tends to be a rather natural development when you have been managing limited resources for a little longer than usual. I won't go into detail - part because it is nobody's business, but mostly because it is a very tedious story - but let's just say my current computer was rescued on the way to somebody else's dumpster. And it was a vast upgrade.
I had no intention of ever becoming a core member.

Nevertheless, after one faux-pas after another concerning the arcane camelids, I so did for the sole purpose of adding a custom box with a slight notice what to consider before launching a llama in my general direction. Five bucks a month for a slight reduction of risk for social awkwardness involving cartoon llamas? Sounds like an autism spectrum dream come true.
Count me right in.

EDIT: Almost forgot quasi-traditional confusion over how the recommendations in the sidebars work. While good stuff - very good stuff indeed today - is still being found without fail, apparently today the sidebars are manned by Psycho Mantis.

You might also like Nimrais.
Yes, I just might. Considering I've commented on that particular recommended picture, there is a possibility I do enjoy it.
You might also like SouthpawLynx.
Yes, there is a possibility. Again, considering each picture recommended has a Bifrost-haired avatar in the comment ladder, I just might enjoy his work.
You might also like JayAxer and/or BJPentecost.
Excellent job, Columbo. What gave me away? Was it perhaps how both the recommended pictures are among my faves?
You might also like [name withheld].
Okay, that's just scary. Remind me to encrypt my mail.
So I recently received a notification informing of the opportunity to celebrate Pride month with a Pride flag widget.
This is a rather reassuring thing to hear. Indeed, a slightly misinformed and highly generalized mass notification is particularly reassuring in context, since a big point about the whole Pride movement is the right not to be unfairly singled out or judged on presumptions.

Nevertheless, think I'll pass. While I appreciate the opportunity, hoisting a uniform flag for a month seems like slightly excessive double advertising. Perhaps how my profile picture has me wearing the very bridge to Valhalla on my head 365 days of the year is not sufficiently obvious. Or perhaps indeed triple advertising, since - even though there is a no so flattering technical term for those who equate the views of a character with those of the author -my fanfiction probably reveals a lot more than I intend it to.

There is little need to hoist the colours when they are already flying. But if you so prefer: Godspeed.
Coming up: 1990's fantasy anthro. Dreamscape horror. Fantasy space art.

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Tinselfire

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Painter, writer and occasional game developer, striving to someday support myself through what I love.

Education: Computer game design, University of Skövde

Drinks: Russian Earl Grey, Battery, Guinness

Wears: No name brand stovepipes, bootleg Julie Bell t-shirt, hiking boots
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Varagka Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav!

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SenoritaBlack Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2017
I had to come watch you. The conversation was too good to ignore. :)
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2017  New Deviant
Why, thank you <3
Mostly a painter, but hopefully have a good read or two to offer.
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SenoritaBlack Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2017
Thank you for watching me as well. I love art, and I'm sure that looking around your gallery will be a wonderful experience. :)
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3wyl Featured By Owner May 25, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello! :wave:

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FlapperFoxy Featured By Owner May 7, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the watch!Fox emoji - hearts Fox emoji - hearts 
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner May 7, 2017  New Deviant
You're welcome! If anything, it was not a moment too soon.
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FairytalesArtist Featured By Owner May 4, 2017
Hi with me i have a question do you dont like my art?
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner May 4, 2017  New Deviant
On the very contrary, I find your work very enjoyable, especially your illustrations and the photomanipulations near as much. However, the particular piece I commented on had some peculiarities in it that your other photomanipulations don't. For example, your Mona Lisa interpretation is much stronger because the design is a lot more consistent - you very obviously have both the skills and the knowledge to use them, and the dedication to use them fully.

I meant no offense, and if what I said came off as such, I can only assure you this was not my intention.
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