• Introduction Number 2 and Pitches

  • rakeemnelson

    April 27, 2021 at 6:20 am
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    Hi Everyone!

    I’m in old poster in this forum, but back with new ideas!

    Fantasy/ Horror

    Dreyer goblin has been hit with encasing him in a crystal-like substance after a raid on a wizard’s tower goes wrong. While he may be frozen, everything else marches on like normal doomed to watch on as he’s trapped in a permanent time-out.


    While studying a distortion in space and time causes a lonely inn in the midwest to have its own pocket dimension, scientist Rooney Karlsen soon discovers that every time he leaves the temporal energy causes him to shift ages.

  • jojabarker

    May 5, 2021 at 10:01 am
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    Welcome back, ol’ friend! Both are killer[full-stop]

    I like the first one because it forces Dreyer to learn to be more and more open-minded as their forced to watch the world change. So, kinda a therapists wet-dream of being forced against ones will to accept change.

    That second one, though hits home — quite literally! Being from the Midwest, and currently waiting out the pandemic back here I like the idea that I could just go down the highway a few miles to “escape” everything…but would it be worth the risk?!

    Great work, and either one would be a thrill to see. Kirbyspeed, my friend! ~Joel

  • thesurrealari

    May 24, 2021 at 8:03 pm
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    The first pitch could be really cool, and invites some interesting narrative structures and forms.

    Also, are you illustrating your own piece? If not, have you found a collaborator?

  • thesurrealari

    June 2, 2021 at 12:23 am
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    has made a partnership with an art school in Buenos Aires that will provide us with illustrators. The need at least a finished draft, though bc they need to get the work translated for their students. Will you have a draft finishined by the end of the week?

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