On your website you used to have the link to use the Word Count Meter but every time I try to use it, it says its not found. Did you take it down? Will you put it back up? I love using that meter for writing my books <3
Ah, sorry! I’ve been having trouble with the site because it’s being overhauled, but it’s back up now and I think I’ve managed to fix whatever was wrong with it! It should be working again now. Let me know if it’s still not working for you! :)
Hi, I just went to your website for your word count meters (which I've used the last couple of years because they're prettier than others I've seen) but the page is saying no longer exists, and none of the links on your website work except for the one to here. Did you stop doing the word counters? :(
Hey! Sorry - I’ve been having some website troubles lately and it looks like something got really messed up. I definitely still do have the word spreadsheets! If you need them right now I can email you one, or send you the links to where I’ve uploaded them on Dropbox? I’m working on sorting out my website, but at the moment I’m waiting for the customer support people to get back to me so I don’t know when it’ll be back in working order.
u know what i would really like to see, is a photorealistic drawing as good as one of your portraits but of an original character. to me that's the test of real talent. just a thought.
Your thoughts are stupid.
hey guess what anon
you kind of need to use photos to make a truly photorealistic portrait.
note the “photo” part. it’s part of the word “photorealistic.” As in, that’s what photorealistic painters use. You could make an “original character” but to get the photorealistic effect that Euclase gets, it would either need to be based off of an actual person, or cobbled together from photo reference, because that’s how it works.
and also guess what, it takes a TON of skill and talent to pull that off. It is super fricking hard and takes a lot of hard work.
also guess what. no one cares what you personally would like to see, or what you personally think is a test of talent. No one is obligated to perform to your specifications.
Amen to that.
Yeah, that’s the real test of artistic talent: draw a photorealistic portrait without references. A test that literally no one passes. I mean by those criteria Rembrandt and Da Vinci were just no-talent wannabes. Good job.