Enter "The Little Mouse".

29th Mar 2019, 8:00 PM
Layabout Buttercup

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29th Mar 2019, 8:00 PM

Rose is a quiet creature: The greatest volume her species can produce is a loud hiss, or whispered speech if they're particularly good.
Most do not learn how to physically speak, as mentally they aren't so easily built to understand spoken word so much as signing and writing.
As such, Rose is using a tablet to write what she wishes to say- Sign language is an option, but one rarely available as so few others use it.
The tablet in question is the "Real paper Mini", a device created by a frustrated engineer who grew tired of scratched screens, worn down nibs
and the over all difficulty to control the stylus as opposed to paper.
Using an interstellar-age gel material for the screen, he produced a surface that has sufficient give for drag and yet reforms once the pen is
lifted. It became a mainstay to many artists everywhere, some swearing by it as the sole tool to produce digital works, but it's one
disadvantage is that for all his efforts, the tablet still remains almost completely, but not entirely unlike paper.

SDG, everyone.


30th Dec 2021, 5:02 AM

Ah. Vehicles. <-- voice of experience

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