Azusa in stockings.

Since Santa presumably knows everything you've done like some kind of more efficient Wikileaks, it is comforting to imagine that turnabout is fair play.

I've been somewhat out of touch these past few weeks due to various circumstances, which will likely not resolve themselves anytime soon. There's generally that subtle but annoying difference between having enough free time snatched out of the spaces between Doing Other Stuff, and having enough free time in large enough blocks to seriously get down to working on what I should be working on.

In other words, don't expect any reliable updates until the end of the year. And possibly a bit beyond.

On another note, I've been inadvertantly increasing my presence on Danbooru, mainly through trying to find suitable images for various blog posts. I'd like to upgrade my account for increased flexibility in searching terms (the basic Two Search Terms Only is a little stifling), but there doesn't seem to be much on how to go about doing this. Do I just send an exploratory email to the address listed or something? Is there some kind of form that needs to be filled out? Or perhaps a form letter that hasn't been put up on the FAQ yet? Fushigi mystery.

3 Responses to “Obligatory Christmas Pic”
  1. Balorn says:

    When I did I just sent an email to the Contact link on the front page asking what to do, and was given an email to use to send the money via paypal. That was over 18 months ago so I don't know if it's still the same email, but I'd imagine it's a similar procedure.

  2. DKellis says:

    Mainly I've also been working on translating what I could, and so "translation_request" has already taken up one of the two search tags I'm allowed to use as a basic member.

    I've gained a new irritation at scrawled handwritten kanji with that tag.

  3. Mikeski says:

    I happened to be googling around, and got linked back to this post of yours.

    "I wonder how anime would handle, say, the stories of Sherlock Holmes as depicted by cute lolis."

    You're a prophet, sir. :-)