Wrong Way Backawards Part 3 was so massive and involved so much cross-editing, it had to be done scene by scene, so I had a bit of fun naming them. The names of the scenes that appear in Assistant video are as follows:
- A meeting in the TARDIS
- Clockwork and Derpy head for the Castle
- The Doctors on their own
- The Doctor the Truck and the Walrus
- The Two One Hero
- Back in the TARDIS
- A final meeting
- A Laughing Goodbye
((This update’s taking a while, so have a gif/preview of what’s to come. You guys like ponies with guns, right?))
Long dresses and Tommyguns! <3
Now that is an interesting question. I do in fact suffer from depression, but it is rather hard to encapsulate what that feels like. I’ll try my best.
It’s a bit like having a little Discord on your shoulder
You go about life as normal, minding your own business
When suddenly BAM
He turns your world into bubbles. Discorded everything. There’s a little shift in your feelings and perceptions and sometimes you hardly notice.
It makes you…Worried
But…more than anything….it makes you sad.
The little Discord on your shoulder tells you that you’re clumsy
And generally not worth anyone’s time.
And sometimes…you listen, and all the stuff you enjoy doing isn’t enjoyable…you just sit around doing nothing because nothing seems worth the effort.
But eventually you notice something’s not quite right
And that’s when…dispite all the little things the Discord is whispering in your head, you talk about it, to a friend.
And that makes you feel better.
So you get some more friends.
And they help you kick Discord out.
And help you see the world without that jerk whispering in your head sometimes.
And when you feel blue, and Discord starts to whisper again, the fact that they’re there keeps him at bay, and makes things not so bad.
As for how it affects my running of the studio. I am fairly certain I’m terrible
And tend to beat myself up on occasion
But with the help of all of you, the rest of the Ponyinabox members (You guys are awesome) and all my friends, I keep going
They let me know that you’re never quite as bad as you think you are
And I keep climbing that mountain and making things despite my personal problems. And it drives me to make the best show possible…because that’s what makes me happy.
The real deal!