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Writing, mostly fanfiction
I am too lazy to thank for favorites. But I appreciate all of them. Sometimes I drop llamas as thank yous!
I don't favorite anyone's work "back" out of obligation or returning the favor. I take a stroll around while giving llamas if I have time.
Thievery of Hearts - Matsuoka Rin|YouYour shift at work had been peskily prolonged by a few customers deciding to stay a little too long. It was now 4.30am on a Saturday night and you were finally on your way home from the local pub you worked at as a waitress. The night was chilly, the autumn had struck much quicker than the town residents had realised. The streets were empty save for a few drunks headed home. You folded your arms against you in attempt to keep warm.
A voice sounded from behind you. In a matter of seconds, you felt two arms wrap around you violently. You tried to scream, but a hand gagged you before your reaction. Panic flowed in from every corner of your brain as you saw another man circle to your front. The other, that you didn't see, was still tightly holding you in place. With your eyes wide, you winced when you realised the free handed man giving some signal to move you out of the light of the lamp post. The man behind you dragged you along, your struggles ignored. His arms were too stro
Instant human - just add coffee.
I love games with my soul. I'd sell it to the devil to be able to keep playing.
Lover of photography and animals - especially dogs.
I like action board games and drawing. I barely post any of them though.
"He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.
You are all welcome for the favorites, llamas and such.
Brian Kesinger: Character Driventechgnotic
Disney Artist Brian Kesinger on Creating Story through Character
Foreword by techgnotic
It is with great pleasure we welcome BrianKesinger as a guest writer to the Today Page Editorial Team. Considering his authentic citizenship within the deviantART community, his thoughts and insights will be of great value to all aspiring artists, illustrators, writers and others involved in any creative endeavor. For over 18 years, Brian has worked for Walt Disney Studios on films like Big Hero 6, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Tangled, Wreck It Ralph and Bolt. Brian is author and illustrator of his own oct
Tips for Starting Commissions I was thinking about my last journal, where I asked why everyone and their cat wanted to sell commissions so badly. I recieved some really insightful answers.K-Koji
I also had a lot of people asking me "How much should I charge for my work?"
I'll add a Disclaimer right here in front, as for whatever reason, something always offends someone :iconstunplz: . So I'll start off by saying, this is just my personal journal, and I'm just one person who has some experience with this. I'm not making a judgment on who should sell what, just writing some things I have personally learned along the way.
Well that's out of the way :iconyodawgplz:
So most artists starting off go through a period of confusion on how to price work. They get a lot of suggestions, or theories from well-meaning people such as:
"Artists always undervalue themselves. Don't charge less than minimum wage per hour"
This is true, and I agree. However, unfortunately,
You're My Reason, Power, and FutureYogi X Reader2n31
Chapter 1: Golden Hope
A blonde, Nyanperowna lover is walking down a crowded street, ready to spend his cash for his dear friends. The ship had stopped for a few days in a town and Yogi was curious as to what shops they had to offer him.
'I wonder if they have a Nyanperowna store here!' He hummed a tune to himself. He pulls out his earnings that Circus supplied for his services, making sure he didn't accidentally lose them. However, unbeknownst to him, a middle aged man had eyed the bundle of money, a smirk forming on his lips. As he pulled out the burning cigarette from his mouth, he exhales quickly, and pushes himself from the building wall.
"Hey there young lad. The name's Tom. You look like someone who likes to have fun. I'm sure ya do! Who doesn't, right? Anyway, follow me and I'll show you something entertaining!"
"Yeah, yeah! I like fun!" Yogi gives the man a smile, forgetting the potential danger of easily trusting a stranger.
"All right! That sounds