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A Visit to Yenikent
There were many community centers much like this one in the city of Yenikent. This was owed largely to the fact that many of the city’s districts had been independently-administered cities not too long ago.
It was around noon on a Saturday, so many people had free time. Two such people were a somewhat contrasting duo, who none the less had known each other for a long time. One was the calm-headed engineer Paradise. The other was a seemingly ordinary young man named Řehoř ”Greg” Urist, who had a reputation for attracting weird sorts of chaos. The two made some small talk together, but made sure to keep their eyes on the surrounding crowd. They were expecting visitors from a distant city, and this community center was the agreed-upon meeting place.
There was not much waiting before Greg spotted the trademark yellow shirt of the person he was looking for. “Hey Popper, over here!” he shouted.
Gabriel Barrera was known to most of his friends as
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An ordinary day in Yenikent, Part 2
“So, everything inspected, no faults found?”
“Nope. All of them cooled down smoothly.” Paradise was happy to hear when one of the workshop assistants told her that the numerous flat and curved glass panes that she had forged the day before had cooled down overnight without incident. The panels had already been wrapped in foam and readied for transport, so Paradise joined the workshop’s crew in loading them into the back of her truck.
Paradise’s red pickup truck was a heavy beast. It weighed a few tons and was very large. With its high ride height and, a diesel-electric powertrain that had a two-stroke diesel at its core, people sometimes joked that Paradise had managed to make a freight locomotive road-legal. She didn’t mind. The high torque and power that the electric motor outputted gave the truck phenomenal cargo carrying capacity, even off-road.
So whilst Paradise got some stares passing by Yenikent’s suburbs, she had no problems haul
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An ordinary day in Yenikent, part 1
The city of Yenikent was very new, very recently had the numerous smaller towns in the area been unified into a single administrative unit. A decade ago the military leader General Urist had chosen the region, sparsely-populated but otherwise in an excellent strategic position, as a center of his power and military logistics. The consequent rapid industrial and economic development had resulted in a great deal of immigration to the region’s cities, and it wasn’t long before they took on the characteristics of one large, yet dispersed, city instead of many smaller ones.
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In a large house, once in an unremarkable position in a medium-sized town but now quite close to Yenikent’s center, the experienced engineer simply named “Paradise” prepared to go about her day. Having donned her signature teal-striped sliver-grey blouse, work gloves, and steel-toed boots, she was ready to set off.
The first event of the day was a meeting at Yenikent’s new city hall
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Thenkpha and Nyanaarta
HAPPY BIRTHDAY POPPER!Have your cake and eat it too Super Fantastic Golden Platter Cake 3D  And since the two mandalas represent your "eyes", I guess this kinda sorta makes this a picture of you in a roundabout way?Shrug 

So, Thenkpha and Dvaarnata. Mandalas. The two main "gods" of PictureOnProgress's universe. Though I sometimes find their morality dubious, I most definitely find their design and concept very cool.B-) (Cool)  Their abstract, geometric nature is unique. I remember being quite the fan of geometry in school long ago, so I decided to to bring out the o'l compass and ruler, and try to construct the mandalas myself. Dvaarnata (the leftmost one) is the more emotional of the two, and somewhat playful. Popper once drew her with cat ears, a form that I affectionately nicknamed "Nyanaarta". Decided to try re-creating it. Thenkpha meanwhile often has trouble understanding Dvaarnata's enthusiasm. (come to think of it, those empty circles kinda make it look like it's staring at Nyanaarta in shock!Wink/Razz )

They are "cosmic" entities of sorts, so I decided to give them a suitably cosmic background. The planet on the bottom left is Earth, which had been heavilly..... redecorated.... by Thenkpha. The small moon isn't meant to be anything but generic. The planet on the right is interesting. One planet added to their world's system is "Intrystbeau", described as being crystalline and geometric. I  let "crystal" be my operative word and went wild, plopping down structures based on what I've seen in geology exhibits. It was fun drawing such geometric structures, but I'm not that good at doing it freehand. (that yellow thing initially was supposed to be a dodecahedron .-.) I hope I didn't make the shadows too awkward. 

Heh, it's nice to be making stuff again!La la la la 

Fun factsBullet; Black I hate drawing five-pointed stars with a burning passion. So I put 2 four-point stars and two six-point stars. That makes five points on average.
Bullet; Yellow I didn't intend to make Thenkpha tilted slightly clockwise, but with their positioning I think it has a nice effect.
Bullet; Black I outlined, colored, and (for the latter) shaded the Mandalas and the background separately, then combined the two layers in Paint.net. The shading was done by out-lining the area to be shaded in a separate layer, then deleting the outlines once the shading was done. 

Thenkpha, Dvaarnata, and Intrystbeau belong to :iconpictureonprogress: the birthday boy!
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Ok, I suppose I should explain what the fuck I've been up to this month and a half.

Well, a mixture of distraction, burn-out, and an odd waning of interest that I can't really explain. My "Deviantart urge" has been weak this year so far.

Part of it is because of the start of my second semester at university, and it kinda took a while to get "back into gear". This wasn't helped by me catching a bad cold TWICE over the course of January. It's a short bout of weakness, but it throws you for a loop. (side note: Ever had a cold so bad that the constant blowing you nose leads to the skin on your nose looking like the aftermath of trench warfare? That's how the second time went. Thankfully it didn't last long. Came and went like a hurricane it did.)

I also happened to get a Steam gift-card for Christmas. Used it to get darkest Hour and Sunless Sea. Those games are great all right, but they have the ability to take up all of your time and then some. So they've occupied a lot of my free time. At least the initial excitement period is waning down, I think I'll get back into drawing soon. (I might actually draw a bit of fan-art from the latter game, who knows?)

Also, I don't know why, but I just haven't felt that desire to go drumming up madness in comments sections, for some reason. Perhaps its temporary.

This week I have a LOT of schoolwork to get sorted out, but next week I have a break, should let me get back into gear. I won't be THAT active, family obligations and all that. But at least I will try to overcome the artistic/community slump I've been in.
AWW YEESS!

I've finished the last of the final exams. My first semester at university is officially DONE!
La la la la :la: choir :iconsquarelaplz::iconzoomlaplz::iconhypnolaplz::icondummyexcitedplz:

Anyways, this means I can put my mind back towards drawing for a bit. But during Christmas break I won't have access to a good scanner, so some of what I will draw might have to wait a couple of weeks until I'm back in residence before I upload it. I think it will be worth not having washed-out colors.
Sorry 'bout the lack of activity. Exam time is hitting me hard. Well, at least I'll be done on Sunday.
Been a while huh? Part of it was brief burnout. Another part was having to do two people's worth of coding work. 

I find C programming pretty fun. But when I have to work on a project with another person, and said person is disturbingly incompetent AND seems to have an extremely poor grasp of even the basics of programming, then I don't find it fun at all.

I've dealt with lazy partners before. Those you can at least get working while you're meeting in person, even if they won't do jack on their own. My partner HERE though? Not lazy, she at least puts a good amount of work into the documentation and other clerical work. But the incompetence meant that the time we mat in person was when I was at my least productive, because I had to hand-hold her through every little bit of programming she wanted to do. Unsurprisingly, she doesn't manage to code anything WITHOUT my help either.

Something like 90 percent of the coding was done by me directly, 7% done by her with me hand-holding, 2% ripped from templates and old completed projects, and maybe ONE percent actually done by her without help.

I have to wonder if she payed ANY attention to the examples we did during lectures. How ignorant do you have to be to be almost at the end of the semester, and somehow NOT know how loops work, or why they are needed to do things like traverse arrays or find the roots of a mathematical function.

Had you told my to do the entire massive project on my own, I would have gladly done it. Gladly, and perhaps been done quicker.But in between time lost having to hand-hold an incompetent partner, and the frustration resulting from that... I have a hard time being happy. Relieved, sure. But not so happy.

Sorry for the rant. But I felt like venting.
I suppose it is inevitable that my main 4 characters will end up fights. (The General is the only one not shown getting involved in one directly yet!) With others already showing some interest in them, I thought I might as well formalize their weapons and equipment and such.

note: if something is marked as "uncommon", that means that it is uncommon for the character to carry that weapon with them (I.E. they usually leave it at home unless they expect they will need to use it.). Otherwise, they pretty much carry it with them everywhere.

Paradise:
Paradise has a great deal of physical strength, which combined with her protective gloves and boots means that she can deliver damaging punches and kicks without harming herself. In a serious fight she makes use of her sword however.
Heavy sword: A huge broadsword Paradise forged herself from a very rare alloy. With great weight and a sharp edge that keeps well, it is a formidable weapon. Of course, it can't do anything a regular sword is fundamentally incapable of.
Hunting rifle (uncommon): A long-barreled .35 caliber bolt-action rifle. Meant for hunting, it has a scope and can kill large animals at great distances. Turns out it also makes a GREAT sniper rifle when one is needed.
On top of this, Paradise carries a number of tools in her large pockets, which makes her capable of repairing damaged machines or improvising odd weapons on the fly. Versatile, but can't do everything at once.
If she expects severe trouble, Paradise also wears woven polymer body armor underneath her clothes, along with a hard hat. She can also use a respirator, in case dust or gas is a serious concern.

General Řehoř Urist:
The General is a commander and not a warrior. typically he is much more deadly commanding others to optimal positions than he is fighting personally. Nevertheless, he has enough experience to do a good bit of damage himself in a worst-case scenario.
Assault rifle (uncommon): a 7.7mm machine gun with a 50 round magazine. Accurate with single shots at a distance, yet capable of unleashing MORE DAKKA against massed enemies. Equipped with a bayonett, is cal also serve as a melee weapon. Not much stopping power against anything bigger than a human however.
sidearm: a 0.45 caliber pistol. In the military, pretty much everyone has at least a pistol. The bigger bullets are deadlier against large enemies, and the pistol is much less cumbersome to use in close-range encounters. The effective range is lower however.
If he is caught unarmed by anything more than a street thug, he is probably toast. The General is really more of a "support-class" party member. He knows about all things military, and if he HAS to kill something personally he prefers ranged weaponry.
If he expects any sort of fight, he WILL bring body armor. Unlike Paradise, he wears it over his uniform, and it is slightly stronger. 

Urist McButcher
This dwarf is ferocious, and has extreme physical strength. His weapons hit hard, but rough. McButcher doesn't have much finesse in battle.
War hammer: McButcher's treasured weapon, a huge hammer with a head made of dense silver. Somewhat slow to swing, it is however devastating on impact unless the target is resistant to blunt trauma.
Pickaxe: What's a dwarf without a pickaxe? Made from steel, this mining tool turns out to make a pretty effective weapon when something faster or more stab-y is needed.
Crossbow (uncommon): A rather over-engineered steel crossbow. Can either be fired in repeating mode like the chinese Chu-ko-nu, or can be manually drawn back further to release a single much more powerful bolt. Not at all more powerful than a gun, but it IS quieter....
McButcher loves bloodshed, and is good at it. His eagerness to enter the fight can be a big liability however. Let's hope he doesn't rush in LEROY JENKINS-style.
If a situation calls for armor, he wears heavy steel plate. Very effective against blunt and piercing weapons, but ineffective against guns and drastically reduces mobility compared to what Paradise and The General have.

Lurist, AKA Greg:
A chaotic, mischievousHmm. Evil plotting in progress.  person with Author Powers, Lurist carries his quite-unconventional weapons in hammerspace, and pretty much always has access to them. EVIL Laughter! 
Dinner Blaster: A cross between a machine gun and a bazooka and with seemingly infinite ammo, this things can launch a variety of surprisingly-painful foods at very high velocities. Typically fires either hamburgers or super-spicy kebabs.
Combustible lemons: Taking a cue from Cave Johnson, Lurist actually went ahead and invented a combustible lemon. They function much like grenades, creating a powerful, fiery explosion. Deadly against massed or flammable targets. He has yet to manage to burn down Life's house with them.
Frying Pan of Doom: A seemingly-ordinary cast-iron frying pan, it is more powerful than it looks. For a small enemy, getting hit with this tends to be ther, well, doom. Lurist's primary melee weapon.
If comedyGiggle  and/or trollingProblem?  demands it, Lurist can briefly wield a bunch of other random weapons (or have his punches become stupidly powerful) in order to cause maximum shenanigans.:happybounce: 
BEWARE! Though he rarely takes fights that seriously, but in the rare case that something make him angry enough to WELL AND TRULY want it gone, Lurist might enter an :angry: explosive rage:angry:  in which his melee attacks can destroy almost anything, but tend to cause MASSIVE collateral damage to anyone and anything caught in the chaos.Fear  He prefers to avoid doing this, but sometimes looses himself.
Lurist doesn't have Armor, but he has infinite lives so who cares?:D (Big Grin) 

(Yeah. Lurist is the character the LEAST grounded in seriousness. By far.)

Of course, on top of their personal weapons, if things get really heated the Crew might decide (terrain permitting though!) to bring out Lurist's upgraded Vzor 38 tank, and introduce the enemy to Ten Tons of HEAVY METAL FURY!. Few things can stand up to 10 tons of steel with 500 horsepower, machine guns, and a 37mm cannon.

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NeoChandler Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2017  Student Traditional Artist
Tanks for watchin'!
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Pareidolia2015 Featured By Owner Dec 25, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Hello! Thanks for the watch!
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generalurist Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2016
Howdy! You're welcome.

Anyways, what I've noticed is that when you pop up "in the wild", you often are part of some really interesting discussion. And I find it interesting when such discussions occur, especially since vorish matters rarely attract civilized debate. Which was a large part of why I chose to watch you. (not that I don't find your stories interesting.) Hey, if I watched every vore artist who I like, my watch feed would get hopelessly cluttered.
FAIR WARNING: I TEND TO OVER-USE THE WORD "INTERSTING".

Speaking of vore, I have plans to write some stories that take a somewhat "serious" (or at least "non-comedic") look at it, It'll probably be a few months before I get to that, I have other art and stories to get through first. I do have ONE vore story under my belt, but it was deliberately made a LOLRANDOM "throwaway" so that I wouldn't have to worry about the plot while writing the vore.
I'm rather new to non-academic writing, and art in general. So I take things slow.

Sorry about that rant, I tend to do that.Sweating a little... 
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Pareidolia2015 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Oh no, you're absolutely fine! I love it when people have a lot to say and can say it so well. ^_^

But yeah, I do tend to try to have something of worth to say when I do say things. And recently I did get kind of invested in all that drama, not for my own sake but to defend a friend of mine who got caught up in it. But yeah... It's not something that really leads to rational discussions, so I tend to enjoy them when they do happen. (And thanks for saying you like my stories, it means a lot! ^^)

Yeah, I do tend to plan at least one more "serious" story arc, leading off of my one less "fluffy" story I've posted so far... I don't know exactly what it'll have yet but I plan for it to be a more dramatic sort of thing, while most of mine will likely be more soft and friendly to read. I tend to like to see vore as something that doesn't preclude other topics; something that can lend itself to a variety of story types and doesn't have to suggest any one way for things to go. So I'd like to do some experimenting, or at least work it in as a side story for other stories, like in the story I wrote for said friend of mine a while back. And most of all I see it as something that can be done well, not just as a throwaway sort of thing or something that only a specific audience could ever enjoy. And that's what I aim for, really. I aim to write stories that even someone who isn't into vore at all would read and enjoy and consider quality writing.
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generalurist Featured By Owner Edited Dec 29, 2016
Sometimes I am MASSIVELY talkative, sometimes I can't think of anything to say. That's me!=P (Razz) 

I saw that incident with that comic... One heck of a mess that was! >_< I wonder, has A admitted that he handled things a little poorly?

You're right that it shouldn't preclude other topics. And you're RIGHT on the mark about making stuff so good that you don't need to be a voraphile to be engaged. I think the key to that is to make sure you focus on making a good story as well as making good vore.

Speaking of which, my (iniatial) story IS actually going to be (somewhat) "fluffy", but the idea is that it isn't going to be in isolation. Ya see, I've seem plenty of heartwarming and well-written non-fatal soft vore stories, but they are often one-offs. You have a great text about someone fining out how great it is to snuggle in their big friend's tummy... then you never see any of the people involved ever again.
I have an established 'verse and characters (even if I have yet to reveal many details formally), the plan is for this vore story to be set in that 'verse, and for the characters involved to keep appearing along with other characters in later works, not necessarily in a vorish context.

BTW, if I seem to disappear from DA for days at a time.... well, I have many interests, I can't focus on all of them every day!;) (Wink) 
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PictureOnProgress Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hello there :dummy:
Allow me to be the first ever to give ya birthday greetings on yer profile :iconrainbowbummiecakeplz:
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generalurist Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2016
What's up!:happybounce: 

Thanks for coming all the way here! Glorious rainbow cake!
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PictureOnProgress Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I now wonder what our age gap is :paranoid:
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generalurist Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2016
Probably not very large. I'm a university 1st-year, and you only went to collage a few years back (IIRC). We're at similar stages in our life at least.
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Hello there! :3 How's it going?
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