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Hello folks! my name is ROH around the interwebs. I'm brazilian, queer, and i like gay monsters (orcs).

Former graphic designer, current game dev. I like to create stuff in all sorts of media.

also like: ttrpg, true crime, hip-hop, glitch art, math, communication theory, comics, indie-rock, maximalism, erotic art, skill trees, wine, human geography, video-game lore, etc.

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@roh the AVEN wiki has more or less documented every single mention of asexuality in the media up through 2014, i’ve never looked specifically for discussion in relation to videogames, but theres likely an article or two:

A (straight) friend of mine is making a game where a part of the story is a metaphor for relationships between queer ppl.

He came to seek me for advice and I thought it was cute. Although I'm a bit insecure of my take and advice for his game. I hope queer gamers don't hate his game after I said "it seems alright with me" XD

Hey, Folks!

do you know any cool articles (or even books) about:

- Usage of queer symbols in media (points for games)

- Articles about queer representation in media
(many points fs is about games)
(points for "lgbtq people don't need a reason to exist in games, they just exist")
(and a little plus for representations other than relationships)

Is for my final college project

also, please boost if you can so more ppl can help =D, thank you!

+ but he seems nice (he has a lot of experience on the field), and is digging the few stuff i did for the comic so far =D

So, this comic book writer hired me to do the art for an erotic comic book he wrote. Is been going great, but i'm also very anxious, 'cause i never did a big comic book before, with an art style way out of my comfort zone (line-based with a more realistic touch) and the fact that i need my art approved by him, and with a deadline, makes everything a bit stressful.

And on top of that i'm doing college and my final project for it, + moving to a new home, so, dear fucking lasagna, i'm fucked XD

Please don't demand content warnings from strangers. Content warnings are a sort of social contract between an author and their followers; if you are not happy with how someone chooses to use them, do not follow that person or outright mute them, or mute words.

One of the most alienating experiences on Mastodon I've observed is when someone posts about something they're passionate about or is part of their identity and the first response is "please cw that" from a complete stranger.


a lot of people follow me on twitter with expectations they are following me to get good content of drawings and game dev stuff...

INSTEAD they just get a bilingual mess of me complaining about my day and people they don't know/care. well

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