I drew this! It’s several pages long and the it’s being updated one page at a time on the Paradox Space Site.
I don’t know very much about Homestuck! I read a big chunk of it months/years ago— it’s fascinating and intricate and way weirder than I would’ve expected something with such a huge fanbase to be, and I LIKE THAT. Doing my own sort of thing with its simple, sprite-ish characters was exciting, and Phil’s script is fun and I think plays to my strengths… Or I forced it to, at any rate.
I spent a lot of time on the Homestuck Wiki last couple of weeks. I hope I did a good job, People Who Read Homestuck.
wanted to repost with Evan’s commentary. FQ is the first script I ever wrote that was drawn by someone else and the final product is just leagues and miles more amazing than anything i had imagined. the backgrounds, the expressions, everything he did is just super top-notch. He made the Rice Boy comic but is currently writing and drawing Vattu, if you want to check out more of his outstanding work!
i hope everyone enjoys it because I had a lot of fun writing it … well, learning to write it!
Literally my favorite thing in all of MSPA.
what the fuck am I even reading right now
Funny thing, but this sleazy brothel can be seen in the background of one of the Trickster flashes.
OH MY GOD
Blinky blinky blinky
(Click for a better view)
okok heres my favorite exile
inspired by this btw
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(a pm to go with jack!)
beat-bro said: The haikus in the liner notes for SBURB OST are killing me! What a clever way to fill in the gaps between notes.
Thanks for noticing!
Most folks don’t even bother
reading the booklet.
I heavily implore all who have yet to download the Sburb OST and read the booklet to do so.
if you have any of the unofficial albums (the LoFaMs or SBURBOST and you’re not reading the commentary booklets, you are MISSING OUT, big time)
i thought about figuring out how carapaces work but then i was lazy about it instead so
For a final project in one of my classes, I’m discussing the way subcultures have slowly moved from primarily physical spaces to digital ones, and how friendships and relationships can be constructed in digital space. And to do that, I’m examining a specific internet culture: the Homestuck fandom.
For the project, I’m hoping to compose a short zine (20-44 pages, depending on amount and quality of submissions), and I want YOUR art & stories to fill its pages! You can submit art (e.g. cosplay photos, drawings, etc.) and/or text stories about your participation in the Homestuck fandom!
Topics I’m specifically looking for to fit the scope of the project would be: friendships you’ve made through Homestuck, groups you’ve participated in, and projects you may have worked on with other Homestuck fans (this could include things like art collabs or cosplay groups). The more submissions, the better!
I hope to complete this zine by Tuesday, April 29th. If I use your work, I will give full credit, and I plan on uploading the finished work for dissemination throughout the fandom. To send in submissions, please email email@example.com.
Thanks so much, and I can’t wait to see your submissions!
Made a Feferi statue at my art institude
Hello Forgottenhsfacts! I realize this isn’t a Homestuck fact (Though I’m trying to gather some facts about the fandom.) but I was wondering if you guys could help me spread around a survey I’m doing. I saw that a few other fandoms have done something like this, so I’d like to see what sorts of people make up the Homestuck fanbase. Once I get a large enough sample size, I’ll pore through the data and make some fancy charts and graphs and share the information with everyone. Over 1700 people have already filled it out. The survey can be found here.
dave has to pee