And I am going to WORK on getting TNT up EVERY Tuesday from here on out until we get that castle built!
I just... need to be FOUND first. The girls looked for me, but found something else instead!
No you can't have free art!People asking for or whining about wanting free art makes me a little bit angry for a number of reasons.No you can't have free art! by TTSnim
First: There is no such thing as talent. People who draw well spend many, many hours perfecting there craft. This may takes years. We may have spent hundreds or thousands of dollars on supplies while doing so. We INVESTED in our SKILLS. it's not fair to us that we are supposed to give that away for free just because some one is poor and wants to use our skill just to amuse them. (This is the same for writers and musicians, and you don't see ANY ONE asking them to write a book or song for free, unless the person asking them is stupid)
Second: Art is a very time consuming thing. Yes, we enjoy creating art. We enjoy it a lot. And we enjoy it when we are free to create whatever we want to. Having other people DICTATE how we use our skill is very obtrusive, and we have to work much harder to come up with a pleasing picture/painting etc because it's not
Advanced CHARACTER CreationOokamiKasumi
Advanced CHARACTER Creation ~ for Fiction
Hero ~ Villain ~ Ally
There are three essential characters in every story. There may be any number of side characters, but in traditional Adventures, and Romances of every stripe (erotic or not,) the main conflict is usually, if not always, a TRIANGLE of complimentary opposites.
Translation: You could tell the whole story with ONLY these Three Characters; perhaps not with any real detail, but you could still do the entire basic plotline.
I'm sure you're familiar with the names Hero & Villain or Antagonist & Protagonist already. Those are pretty darn standard. However, always there, though seldom named is a Third character, the Ally -- the Companion to the Hero or Villain.
The Invisible Character: the Ally
The Ally's function is to be the Middle-Man, the nay-sayer that presents an opposing view t
A Fresh Start: 19 Cliches You May Want to AvoidWonHitWonder
First of all, I freely admit that what I say isn't gospel. I am a total amateur at art and writing. I've learned everything that I know via the internet and a few drawing books. It's just that I appreciate all of the tutorials here on dA that have helped me out, and I want to put a little bit of my own methods back in.
“Greetings, human writers. It has come to the attention of Planet Zorgaborg that you humans have been abusing terrible clichés and tropes for far too long. We pirate your Earth TV shows, movies, books, and more for entertainment, and we demand better from you! Therefore, we have abducted one of your delicious tutorial writers to speak on our behalf. Should you fail to meet our demands by the end of the upcoming Earth year, we will, *ahem*, ‘nuke the sh!t out of your planet.’ Farewell, and tread lightly, humans. We are not to be toyed with.”
Well, this isn’t quite how I
Forgiveness takes twoThe words are strugglingTangled-Tales
to tumble off my tongue,
and despite having
a fleshy cushion
to rest on,
they stain my teeth
and sting like acid
"I'm sorry," I stutter,
but the bitter taste
doesn't leave my tongue-
not because the words weren't true,
but because I know
I won't hear,
Stop putting words in my mouthYou shove your fingersTangled-Tales
down my throat,
and insert words
I never spoke,
in desperate hopes
to make me choke
my pearly gates
that feeds me
Current Residence: Insaneville|
Favourite genre of music: The kind that makes sound.
Favourite photographer: my bro
Favourite style of art: Colored and clearly defined
Operating System: LINUX
MP3 player of choice: Youtube
Shell of choice: Pasta cheese
Skin of choice: The skin on the small of my back?
Favourite cartoon character: Razor the Swat Kat/Duo maxwell
Personal Quote: YEAH! Wait. . . What...?