CTRL +CTRL +4 years ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
(a.k.a. The Microsoft Word Alphabet Song)
Hit CTRL + N for a blank new .doc(x),
Let's get this party started;
Or CTRL + O to open and carry on
From where you last departed.
CTRL + D to choose and edit fonts:
They come in every shape and size;
Comic Sans may try to tempt you,
But Arial is far more wise.
Why not try CTRL + B, I or U
To makeover your typeface?
CTRL + F, G, H are a loyal team:
They'll find, go to and replace.
Fancy a match of Word tennis?
CTRL + L, E, R, J will set the stage
For you to rally your lines of text
Back and forth across the page.
CTRL + A's the secret to selecting all:
It'll highlight everything,
While CTRL + Q does the job of clearing
Your paragraph formatting.
CTRL + C and X are copy and cut;
CTRL + V will then duly paste;
CTRL + T and M are for tabs and indents
Don't let that space just go to waste.
CTRL + K rules the hyperlinks
If you're wired to the net;
But first it's F7 for a quick spell-check
You're sure not to regret!
Wish I had CT
Inazuma Halloween Horror House part 1The creaking of the wooden floorboards made Kariya jump as Raimon wondered into a giant creepy house. Thunder and lightning suddenly raged outside, causing them to enter the building in the first place. The team looked around.Inazuma Halloween Horror House part 13 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
"I-I don't like this place," Shinsuke mumbled "it makes me feel... Uncomfortable for some reason"
"Well you're gonna have to get used to it" Tsurugi snapped.
"He's right," Wonderbot agreed "we can't time jump in this weather so we'll just have to stay here for the night"
"But what if someone is living here?" Hikaru pointed out "wouldn't that be intruding?"
"If there is someone then we'll speak to them when we find them," Kirino answered "but right now this place looks empty and is the only house around here"
"Looks can be deceiving senpai" Kariya grinned.
"And houses in the middle of the forest are usually haunted" Akane murmured, staying close to Midori. "Especially big dark ones like this"
"You don't actually believe that do you?" Midori asked "everything is go
Interview Your CharacterINTERVIEW YOUR CHARACTERInterview Your Character4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
(YOUNG ADULT VERSION)
Choose an original character you have created. All questions must be answered from the character's perspective. The character should remain "in character" throughout the interview. The character may refuse to answer a given question, but must say something in reply to it. The character must answer truthfully, but that does not necessarily mean that their answers must be true, only that the character believes them to be true. Have fun.
. VITAL STATISTICS
. ABILITIES AND TRAITS
. HISTORY AND INFLUENCES
. PERSONAL TASTES AND OPINIONS
. SELF IMAGE
. KEY SOCIAL INFLUENCE
. GOALS AND DREAMS
1: What is your full name?
2: Do you have a nickname, pseudonym, or alternate identity?
3: How tall are you?
4: How much do you weigh?
5: What kind of build do you have (are you thin, fat, gangly, muscular, etc.)?
6: Describe your hai
Characterization and NamesCharacterization and Names5 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
Characterization and Nomenclature:
What's in a name?
As an author, one of the most important tasks in writing a story is building a character. Every small trait that a writer leaves, builds, and hints at, draws a reader into the story and gives them an image of each character, be it protagonist, antagonist, or miscellaneous extra. However, many writers overlook one of the strongest traits that a character can have: a name. Nomenclature can be one of the most powerful assets that a writer has in their endless battle to build a lifelike character.
The uses of a name
The craft of literature is always at some level a decision-making process. While names need not always be used, there should always be a conscious decision that a writer makes about a name. When making a conscious decision, one must be able to list the benefits that the choice yields: if one names a character "Charles," they should also to some extent be able to explain why th
Paneling tips for mangaPaneling tips for manga11 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
Paneling is a part of Graphic design. O_- It's an art in itself, think of how you would do a collage and put together a puzzle, that's how paneling works.
You must understand the basic 2D design element:
movement, center of interest, value contrast, volume, size, perspective.... so on and on....
As for paneling.... there is no set way to do it, whether drawing the picture first, or draw the panel's first, or draw the panels and the pictures back and forth.... it's all upto the artist, as long as the result is satisfying to the artist. Just experiement and find the best way that suits you.
1. Panels must support your content: That's the most important thing.... if one line is going over an important character's head shot, omit that line and let the character stand out~ If one frame is more important than the other, you wish to make it a focus on the page, make that frame larger than the others, sometimes it can even overlap other panels alittle. However, being overly complicated
Blank Character Sheet (Over 370 Questions!)Blank Character Sheet (Over 370 Questions!)1 year ago in Profiles More Like This
- Book, Chapter
Social Security Number:
Manner of Birth:
Age at Death:
Manner of Death:
Attack On Titan Blank OC SheetName:Attack On Titan Blank OC Sheet2 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
Alias (if any):
Species (If a Titan Shifter fill out that section; if not get rid of it or leave it blank):
Birthplace (Which Wall, What town, etc.):
Current Residence (Which Wall, What town, etc.):
Time of Day:
Hair style (Always Down, Always Up, etc.):
Memory (any issues with this?):
Sight (do you need glasses?):
Mental (Any problems? Example: depression):
Physical (Do you take care of your body or harm it? Also include injuries):
Sleep patterns (how you sleep and how much rest do you get?):
Abilities/Statistics (1- lowly skilled, 10- highly skilled
Writing Tips: Story Arcs (Arc'ing Over the Goal)One of the most common questions that I get for the own show that I'm producing right now, Growing Around, is "what's the story arc?" Now they don't mean the arcs of each of the character and how they develop. They're talking about a deeper plot, and that always triggers a response question "why does it need a story arc?" Let's be totally clear here. I'm referring to cartoons, not novels or movies. I'm not even talking about mini-series. I'm talking about your typical 11-minute cartoon that airs on a standard cartoon channel. There persists a stereotype: either your show has an integral plot like Avatar or Steven Universe, or it's going to be as mediocre as Johnny Test. This is not true, and I'm going to tell you why.Writing Tips: Story Arcs (Arc'ing Over the Goal)5 months ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
A show needs to find its strength and utilize it. Sometimes that kind of strength needs a story arc. Gravity Falls' strength happens to be mystery, and a good mystery needs an ongoing arc. Sometimes that strength doesn't need a story arc. Back in the first seasons of Spon