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B Sanders (@fragmented_imagination)
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You have entered the space claimed by me, Fragmented Imagination, otherwise known as B. Sanders. I've been drawing for quite a while, most of it from "How to Draw Manga" guidebooks. While most people might disapprove of this method of learning to draw (primarily because now I can't draw anything else), I have found it a friendly way to get some of my ideas out of my head, where they're likely to get lost or destroyed by my inability to maintain them. I also like to dabble in 3D modeling, although this has been partially held up by a dead computer and my inability to find another which will let me use the old models again, so that's probably not going anywhere for the time being.

My art skills are generally lacking due to little time to practice. My main hobby is fiction writing, and much of that influences my artwork, so most of the art I post will likely be related to that in some manner. Additionally, I have a degree in linguistics, and a good chunk of my time is spent developing constructed languages for my work (my count is 84 languages as of March 2022), so some of that material may spill onto here on occasion.

I look forward to meeting you.

Latest Journal Entry
So, a funny thing happened yesterday...
04 Sep 2023, 01:38 PM

I was in the middle of working on a font for yet another language I've created, and I guess the font editor hiccuped on me. The font I was editing was purged by the editor, and now I cannot load the font into the editor anymore. I still have it installed, and it mostly works. However, at least two of the glyphs are blank (probably need to go through and see what the others are doing), and I was not finished designing it. The program itself is giving me a #1009 error and will not load.

This had me a little bummed out, but then I realized that the way I was organizing the font was a little clunky to begin with. While I loathe having to restart a font that has at least 3000 glyphs at minimum, if I have to, I can reorganize the glyphs into something a little more intuitive to the keyboard. That said, I still don't want to restart this font because it took me about four months to get it this far before the editor jacked it up. It's a little conflicting. I've contacted the people who released the program and am waiting for an answer from them.