lordranandbeyond
karniz:

Dark Souls: Ceaseless, Karniz, and KyuzodomoDigital Art; Paint Tool Sai
Oh, just ignore that giant molten lava monster… Just keep on runnin’!
Yep! An update to Karniz’s Many Deaths in Dark Souls![Click here to go to go the first of the newest pages~]
And I wanted to thank reader Harley H-A. for their generous donation! I don’t get very many, but each and every one I do get I’m incredibly thankful for! For those that do not know, my comic is 100% free to read online. So by sending me a small donation it tells me that you enjoy my comic, and gives me the incentive to work hard and give you these updates!
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karniz:

Dark Souls: Ceaseless, Karniz, and Kyuzodomo
Digital Art; Paint Tool Sai

Oh, just ignore that giant molten lava monster… Just keep on runnin’!

Yep! An update to Karniz’s Many Deaths in Dark Souls!
[Click here to go to go the first of the newest pages~]

And I wanted to thank reader Harley H-A. for their generous donation! I don’t get very many, but each and every one I do get I’m incredibly thankful for! For those that do not know, my comic is 100% free to read online. So by sending me a small donation it tells me that you enjoy my comic, and gives me the incentive to work hard and give you these updates!

View more of my worksDark Souls tag | Dark Souls II tag

dj-smackdown

seththewolf asked:

is it alright if I ask how you manage and are able to maintain your long distance relationship?? Me and my partner have been having some trouble due to the long distance and we're planning on seeing each other in a couple months to see if things work out in person. I don't know your situation exactly, but if you have any advice or anything I would be very appreciative!!

dj-smackdown answered:

If you two haven’t met yet in person then you should do so as soon as you can. Make a plan, make time, put in the effort. A relationship with strong emotions isn’t something you want to invest yourself into fully until you’ve met up and you know that they are the same person to you as they were online. Tiny things can ruin how two people get along, and spending a weekend with some people can be wonderful, and with others you may be so annoyed you never want to see them again. It’s unfortunate, but it’s a possibility, and it’s important to know… and if it turns out well, then you’ve just spend a weekend with a person you adore.

I manage long distance with boundless positivity and love.

Having a date set to go see one another again helps a lot, it’s something to look forward to every day (one day closer), but even without it, I remind myself that I’ll see him as soon as I can. Talking all the time helps too.

Aside from that, it just helps to know that it’s worth it.
Once you’re invested as much as I am, you know that what you have with this other person is worth it. If they didn’t matter, it wouldn’t hurt. If you weren’t so incredibly happy when they’re around, then it wouldn’t be so painful to miss them, their touch, their kiss… That happiness is worth it to me.

My significant other is my best friend.
The person I want to talk to when i’m excited or when I’m sad.
The one that makes me smile the most, and cry the most, because they matter the most.
The one I wanna tell everything.
The one I want to be a part of my life forever.
The one who’s hopes and dreams and prides I care about as much as my own, because their happiness is my happiness, and what’s important to them is important to me.

Never have I felt this much care for anyone else.
I didn’t know it was possible to love like this.
So if that’s not worth holding onto through distance, then I don’t know what is. I’ll put up with the pain until I can be close to him without the looming dread of a return flight “home”.

So go see your significant other and see how you two mesh, because if you end up feeling about one another like I do about Alex, then the distance won’t keep you apart… not really. <3