2000+ Points Giveaway! + Contest Deadline ExtendedThis month I am handing out over 2000 points in prizes! All you need to do to enter is +fav this journal entry! That's it!
Grand Prize: 1000pts
First Entry: 150pts (Winner: shi-ranai )
How to Enter
- You must +fav this journal. (Required)
1. Your deviantART account must be at least one month old.
2. No *plz accounts.
4. No begging.
5. No spamming, abusive behavior or anything else that falls against deviantART's rules.
This is a simple giveaway! Winners will be chosen at random.
Giveaway ends November 4th, 2012!
In addition to running this 2000 point giveaway, I am also extending the deadline for my super major art contest! If you want to enter for a chance at winning $300 in points, prizes and art supplies, head over to my journal post here: http://poultrychamp.deviantart.com/journal/PoultryChamp-s-Huge-Art-Contest-300-in-Prizes-326051383 and enter to win!
CSS Tricks: Limiting .text widthHello!CSS Tricks: Limiting .text width3 years ago in Journal and Gallery Tutorials More Like This
Today I wanted to share a little CSS Trick with you Many other people have done this before, awesome people like Ikue, thespook or ginkgografix, and now it's me too
This first trick is very simple in execution, but I want to spend some time explaining why you should do it. That's why this journal has become a bit long
All about improving Readability!
When it comes to designing long copy texts, there are quite some challenges in order to create something easy to read and enjoyable to look at. One of the issues that may occur is text, that is running too long. The longer a line of text gets, the hard it is for the reader to follow the flow of text.
In some case you may have to even move your head from the beginning of a line to its end. And once you move your head, it becomes a lot harder to find the next line of text.
You may not even notice this while reading. But you will notice that your eyes get tired and you may even get a
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You want to write a story. Great! But the problem is that you're stuck before you've ever even managed to get the first word down on the page. You're just being taunted by the white page (or screen, as the case may be) in front of you.
If you haven't already, you may want to look into getting your thoughts organised. Figure out what you're going to write about, before trying to write anything. This may mean anything from making a few notes on a page to writing down every single thing that pops into your head, whether or not it's immediately relevant (my preferred method). With a more general (or even a very concrete) idea of where your story is going to go, the words should hopefully come a little more easily.
If that fails to work, try putting on some music. I tend to find that just putting on any old music will actually be counter-productive. Instead, tr
A Guide to Writing DialogueWhat is dialogue, exactly? The definition from Merriam-Webster’s dictionary was several lines long, so I shall summarize it in a short sentence for the sake of the readers; it’s the writing that illustrates conversations between two or more characters in a story. We read and hear it all around us, but creating it in your own work can be a challenge. However, if you find dialogue an obstacle in your writing, then don’t push the panic button. In this tutorial, you’ll find by analyzing what dialogue can do and how to use it, you can turn your greatest fear into your greatest ally in your story.A Guide to Writing Dialogue3 months ago in Writing More Like This
What dialogue is
Like I’ve asserted before, dialogue is basically what the characters are saying to each other. It can be found in multiple mediums such as books, movies, comics, video games, etc. We even engage in dialogue daily without even thinking. When you talk to your best friend, a co-worker, or even your dog, you create dialogue. It’s exchang