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>What are those pointless things that you do
anime, bideo games, shitposting on 4freechan.
hell setting aside six hours a day would be possible if I really wanted to. Time just passes so quickly.
I don't know, I said that line about setting aside an hour a day because I can't really imagine when... people on /mai/ do this fantasizing that they speak of. It's hard to picture someone literally just staring at a wall and thinking about their waifu or looking at the same handful of pictures in windows photo viewer repeatedly every day. I was hoping I could get some insight on when this fantasizing takes place, if it's a planned event, the average duration of the fantasizing, how often it happens, etcetera. I realize I didn't word this properly and it's all very vague, I was having an autistic meltdown at the time of writing the OP.
This was great advice, and I think physically writing down what I imagine her daily schedule would be in detail rather than just imagining it is going to make my thoughts very more clear, realistic and help me grow closer to her on some level. Thanks.
Unfortunately there's sort of a huge obstacle in this regard. Calling her a character is a bit of an overstatement, she's more like fodder with characterization as deep as a puddle. I'm having to do most of her character development myself and this is part of where the problems I'm having come from. It's extremely frustrating to have to do a majority of this character building myself with nothing but a barebones, nearly empty canvas to work off of. I feel sort of stupid writing this, I should be able to have a good idea of what my ideal lover is already and go with that, and I do... it's just... It needs a lot more refinement and I'm going to have to do things like study a bit of psychology if I want to make her work.
I feel like I've waited way too long as it is though, shit needs to get done and I'm really motivated to begin but when it comes time to put my imagination to work, I become lost and scared.
This was great advice too and I did just that, I managed to have a very brief and bleak "adventure" with her through a dark abandoned village... But it was not very immersive in the sense that I couldn't even imagine any sounds, smells or physical feelings. Only the visual imagery.
That's still a start. Thanks.