FeatureIt's time for the second feature, this time my journal is about a great friend =saphiraly ♥
Many watchers may recognize her as a helpful member of german and english harpg, always paying attention to be fair to new members and help out where she can!
So, Saphy is a digital and traditional artist from Germany. Her main subject are horses in art and her style isn't just amazing, it's personal.
To put it into a nutshell, whenever you have a problem, she'll definitely try to help you
Look at her gallery:
Bleib immer so wie du bist! Hilfsbereit, nett und gerecht mit verrückten Einfällen und einer liebenswerten Persönlichkeit
VERY MUCH ALIVEI had an idea!VERY MUCH ALIVE7 months ago in Personal More Like This
Gerard Way had a phase where he wrote very slight, meaningful things on his neck, such as "Very Much Alive".
As a group, we are very strong people. You guys have been through some tough shit, and I really respect it. So I thought maybe Friday we could try writing, "Very Much Alive" on our necks as a reminder of how beautiful we all are and that we have each other always, and that we are strong.
If you needed a visual: http://img.buzznet.com/assets/imgx/6/7/2/2/0/4/1/orig-6722041.jpg
FeatureHello my dear watchers,Feature1 year ago in Personal More Like This
It's now a little over a year.
I registered at deviantART on the 26. november 2011 and I was so overwhelmed by all the great artists I found here. It wasn't hard to find many great people and even friends. I'm astonished by these guys, they make art, poems, events and whatnot.
After this whole year of membership in the community, I want to give something back to the wonderful people I made friends with.
Thanks to all for your support!
Today I want to feature one of my dearest friends here: ~Malachiy ♥
She's a highly talented writer from Germany and also a little philosopher, with a neat taste of music
Her work contains many great aspects of life and living together with your own life -if you want to or not- which makes it varied and always interesting for the reader. I really like this quote from one of her poems:
"Muss die Sünderin durch die Sünde sterben?" "Does the sinner have to die by sin?"
And she can even draw!
Don't trust me? Well, take a