-----What Onus Compels-----

A place for leavings.

Created in the hopes of doing something, if not of value, then perhaps of progress. If not of progress,
then a process. Preserved fooprints along a strand, in digital form.

  Quote of the now

“They began by controlling books of cartoons and then detective books and, of course, films, one way or another, one group or another, political bias, religious prejudice, union pressure; there was always a minority afraid of something, and a great majority afraid of the dark, afraid of the future, afraid of the past, afraid of the present, afraid of themselves and shadows of themselves.”

Courtesy of:
  The Martian Chronicles, by Ray Bradbury

A website primarily dedicated to my art and writing, both fanfic and original works. Most of the content her is Danny Phantom related, since that's my current fandom/general focus, but I do plan to upload a few other things here, in time.

Website contents:


  • Fanart
    Derivitive and fannish pieces I've drawn over the years.
  • Original Art
    From my brain to you
  • Writing

  • Fanfiction
    Any written Fanwork I've deemed good enough to put on the internet. Having a personal website has helped a lot in this respect. The low stakes and lack of interaction ease the performance anxiety by a lot. Anything that gets edited after posting will likely be done here before my A03.
  • World Building (Fannish and Original works)
    Contains outlines, character notes, and world building details in a really wonky format that I personally, and if I'm being honest, personally alone, really love. I made this website in part because I wanted a place where all my world building stuff was easily accessable and looked just like this. You'll need to click either the Fanfic or Orginal works tab (depending on which one you want), to find the link
  • Original Writing
    Between fanfiction, fanart, a website, self-study, and employment, I don't typically get around to original writing much, but what of it is there can be found here. The aformented performance anxiety paired with the fact that fanfiction is just more fun means it's pretty low on the old priority list.
  • Erratia

  • Rambles
    My diary section, containing loosely edited thoughts of whatever's currently on my mind alongside the occasional, more serious essay.
  • Snippets 1 and 2
    The preserved rough drafts and fragmentary pieces of old edits. Kept partly because I like looking at processes of creation, even the messy bit. The fact that I put way too much effort into most of these to just dump it all in a file, or, god forbid, delete them, may or may not play a roll in my desire to post them here.

It's the living instant that compels us, drives this mortal onus to leave pieces of ourselves behind.


New original art up, +added a couple of pages for some wips I'm hoping to have done soon-ish. Other artwork still in rendering hell. Digital art's capacity for infinite redos are bad for my ability to get things done on time.

Finally pulled that story out of editing hell, you can head over to the short story section of my fanfiction page to go check it out.

added seperate pages for non-ramble essays. Currently empty, but they'll hopefully be easier to read through than tumblr/AO3/blog posts where'd they'd get lost among the update milieu.

New journal entry up

altered HTML and CSS associated with art/fanart navigation pages. It should look mostly the same, just a slight glow up and some easier to manage code.

New fanart up, short story still stuck partway though second draft.

Get around to fixing the wonky boxes for the fanfic and original art sections. It's probably an easy fix, but I keep forgetting about it.
I got around to it, and sure enough, it was easy. Turns out I was over complicating things.

finish first round of editing for my upcoming DP short.
First round of editing complete, now working on the second and final phase.

New journal entry up
DP short story will probably be next.

New index page to celebrate the new year!

Keep filling in reccomendation and review section