Wild inside (Chapter 1) Chapter 1
A dark shadow was crouched in the side of a big box upon a moving truck. The creature was breathing heavily its fear getting the better of it. The tiny figure barely looked more than a week old, its fragile body a heap on the box floor. The moving came to a stop, and the rumbling was not to be heard anymore. A pale non-furred figure opened the door of the box and clipped a rope onto the harness around the tiny figures head. As the man did so the helpless shadow became a muscular, young brown foal. The foal looked weak and hungry however it felt strong like it would never give up even if it knew it had lost. The man yelled words she could not understand, her senses filled with dread of what they were. She was not old enough to remember what happened before the box, she had been traveling for a week now. All she could remember was her mothers black
Creating A Hybrid Creepypasta OCCreepypasta for Dummies: Creating a Hybrid Creepypasta OC
Greeting and salutations, fellow Pastanians. Today we’ll be looking into creating an interesting type of creepypasta OC which you’ve probably run into before, even if you didn’t know it: the “hybrid” model of OC. “What is a hybrid?”, I’m sure you’re wondering. Well, a hybrid is essentially an OC which blends elements from several different types of character templates. In recognition of the fact that :iconinvaderika: gave me the inspiration for this guide and ideas for the content, we’ll use a hybrid character of hers in the form of the Slender-doll Ally for our initial example.
First off, before we talk about anything else, you should make sure the elements you’re mixing make sense in a logical context. Just because creepypasta is supposed to foster creativity doesn’t mean you can blindly mix and mash elements from different models and still expect it to wo