Hello there! Welcome to my profile! I know my art's not the best but I do try my best at making something you'll all like. I am open to advice and suggestions!
I also try my best to respond to you all. Apologies if I miss your comment or note.
Ultimate Art/animation Masters
those who give a llama all deserve a llama... and those who don't still get one, whether you like it or not
If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask!
all stamps, decorations, buttons, etc. belong to their rightful owners, If it's not in my gallery, I don't own it
Writing TipsI've been wanting to get back into writing lately, and for some reason tutorials really help me get hyped up for something. So, I thought it might be cool to make myself a list of tips I've learned over the years and share it with you guys!
Know your character(s).
Whether you're creating your own completely original content or you're writing fanfiction, you need to understand the point of view(s) of the character(s) you're going to be writing about.
If it's your own character:
Flesh them out first- make a list of traits, likes and dislikes, passions, allergies, quirks, qoutes they might enjoy, emotional range, so on and so forth. The more information you have, the better. This list makes a great reference if you ever get stuck figuring out how you want that character to react to a situation. And remember that you don't have to make all of this information public right away, revealing the character bit by bit is more realistic and leaves an air of mystery about them.
PE: Sta.sh features and TutorialHey there! In the following article, we will be exploring the features of sta.sh and deviantART Muro! If you'd like to learn about sta.sh writer, I wrote a tutorial here. You can read PizzaPotatoNBacon later/earlier this week.
Welcome to Sta.sh
Basic Sta.sh Mechanics
Muliti-Submit/ Delete / Stack
Sta.sh Item Options
How to Submit
Sta.sh Did You Know? >Comments
> Extended Publishing Options
Sta.sh is pretty nice. It is organized and nicely integrates with the rest of deviantART. Yay.
Using sta.sh for the first time
It will look like this:
5 Things Every Writer Should Know About Pacing1. What is pacing? For the overall story, it's the rate at which things move along, and how much time it takes to get from A to B - where A and B are anything under the purview of narrative focus, including scenes, beliefs, ideas, and characters.
Within a small block of text, it's the information density. A paragraph that takes 50 words to tell you that we're in New York* is much more slowly paced than one which takes five.
*I'm aware New York is a state and New York City is the city, but since I don't live there I'm going to wallow in this obfuscation. PS. Fuck you all, signed Chicago.
2. Okay, what is good pacing? (Small block of text edition) I'm sure you saw this coming, but it varies. Let's consider a 50-word paragraph establishing that we're in New York:
The man behind the counter shouted for people’s orders with full expectation that they knew which bagel they wanted. Given the crowd, it was probably dangerous not to know—although outside was lit
dA Guide: Text Formatting
This is just a quick text formatting guide for dA. My goal was to make a simple html guide for easy reference. Please PAY ATTENTION to where the codes WILL and WILL NOT work! (Certain codes won't work in comments and deviation descriptions, no matter how hard you try.) :'D
I provided "working examples," which might make the codes easier to understand because you can see them in action. (Keep in mind that when you type html tags, the effects won't be visible until AFTER you hit "Preview" on your comment, journal, etc. I only made them visible for the purpose of demonstration.) Enjoy!!!
The following codes can be used in
comments, deviation descriptions, journals, and profile page widgets.
This will make bold text.
This will also make bold text.
This will make italicized text.