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  • 194 weeks
    My Shop Teacher

    "Practice makes permanent. If you practice wrong, you'll be doing it wrong for the rest of your life. So, practice it right."
    ~My Junior High Shop Class Teacher

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  • 194 weeks
    8 Bit Ponies Group

    I created a group for 8 bit pony related stuff a while back:

    https://www.fimfiction.net/group/213619/8-bit-ponies

    Images, Apple II games, C64, etc, are all welcome :) BitPonies FTW.

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  • 194 weeks
    Avoid the "The Writers' Group" here on Fim Fiction

    It's full of a bunch of people who snub any writing advice that would actually result in better writing. They show nothing but disrespect for solid advice with clear methods and instead tell people that "you should just feel pacing" and "you'll know how to do it after you write enough and become a better writer the natural way."

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  • 194 weeks
    Do not FEEL your way through structure when writing stories

    There are a lot of half-baked authors who seem to think that "feeling" your way through pacing, structure, and storytelling is the way to go. They are flat out wrong. Practice form and get good at it before you think about breaking form.

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  • 198 weeks
    Apple II - 8 Bit Ponies (Emulated Apple ][) hires graphics

    Some ponies as Apple II graphics (hires mode)

    Thanks to pcx2hgr, dos33-programs, GIMP, LinApple (emulator), Shutter, etc.

    Okay, there’s Twilight (classic and alicorn-wings-down), Spike, Apple Jack, Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Rarity, and Fluttershy as Apple II hires graphics running in an Apple II emulator (LinApple). Here, they are displayed in both color and classic green :)

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2018

My Shop Teacher · 3:49am May 5th, 2018

"Practice makes permanent. If you practice wrong, you'll be doing it wrong for the rest of your life. So, practice it right."
~My Junior High Shop Class Teacher

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