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Thanks for the llama!!!!:onfire:
Thanks for the Llama.
triple-E-comic Feb 20, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Cain and Abel : Thanks for the Llama!
Abel : If you have the time you can drop an eye over our comic if you haven't already *smiles wide*
thanks for the llama C: :hug:
Soooooo, someone found my glyphed stories eh?
FeralNoesis Oct 8, 2013  Student General Artist

I did a while ago, actually! I just decided I'd make it easier for myself to go back and read them, and show them to my other Werewolf friends.

I'm planning on making some kind of glyph page to reference not only the official glyphs, but also custom ones. All the places I've found that have glyphs, even the ones that have tons of them, never have ALL of them in one place. I thought it'd be cool to get every glyph in every book I can get my hands on up for viewing, include fan-made glyphs.

With your permission, I'd like to include yours when I get this up!
You have my permission. I am a big fan of glyphs and the concept of something I have theorized for In Game use called "Glyph Magic."
There are some references to it in the fetish book Hammer and Klavie, where the idea of actually using glyphs in a almost magical means by making claw carvings and spiritually awaking them or imbuing them can cause added or outright interesting effects.
Claw carvings are an example of this. Nothing says loving like carving glyphs in your claws and then binding a spirit to them.
Though I want to take it a step further and do wonderful things like make untraceable rounds with "hidden" glyphs on the back ends of them, or use a fire glyph for lava bullets.
And think of the possibilities if you could turn Glyphs into computer code!
I think a dozen glasswalker theurges just creamed themselves with that thought.
filhotedeleao Dec 1, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you very much for watch!
Peter-The-Knotter Feb 10, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much for the award of a devwatch
I am writing a book at the moment which is taking up most of my time as far as work is concerned; so i am not uploading much in the way of knotting work; just a few tutorials and help for folks asking about knotty subjects or problems. I will try to make your watch worthwhile... but be aware that it will take 5 or 6 months more to finish the book so...

In any case thank you again for the honour of being on your watchlist and I wish you the very best of luck with your work and your world.
Bye for now,
IMNIUM Jan 25, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you for adding me to your watchlist! :tighthug:
There will be lots of new stuff in my gallery very soon :la:
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