Fandom Meme -:HETALIA CRACK YAOI:-Pick 12 characters from a fandom and number them one to twelve, then answer these cracktastic questions...Fandom Meme -:HETALIA CRACK YAOI:-2 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
9. N. Italy
10. S. Italy
1. Have you ever read a Six/Eleven fic? Do you want to?
Hmmm... a Spain/Japan fic..? *Stupid Grin* I never had but it would seem so damn adorable~ xD I don't think anyone would ever write this xD If I want to read it? .... *laughs like a retarded hyena* ...Yes :I
Spain's eyes glanced towards the Japanese man as his arm tried to reach a book in the top shelf, none would of guessed Spain would be there but he needed a book on how to handle a child southern Italian, thus encountering the petite male, Spain quickly walked over with a small smile and grabbed the book Japan was reaching for and noticed how short he is compared to the spainiard. Japan blushed at the sudden closeness of the smiling male and pushed himself closer to the shelv
Hetalia Crack MEMEHetalia Crack MEME3 years ago in Comedy More Like This
Got this from :iconMinto9955:
Now with country accents! Enjoy~
12. Sealand (coz he's kawaii desu!)
1. What would 12 and 1 be like in a relationship?
Japan : Sea-chan~ I made a homemade dinner just for the two of us.
Sealand : What? Not again! I want you to acknowledge me as a country FIRST!
Japan : Bb- But Sea-chan I made it specialr for you! *le sulks*
Sealand : ACKNOWLEDGEMENT!!!
Me : So yeah, Sea-kun doesn't even CARE about relationships as long as he's acknowledged.
2. If 6 and 3 were to have an affair, who would top?
Greece : Prussia dear Can I be On top tonight?
Prussia : Nuh-uh! The Awesome Me ist gonna go high on top! Ve vill have fun tonight!
Greece : As you say But I don't want To do doggie
Me : *le epic nosebleeds*
3. 2 and 10. Totally crack or totally canon?
Sweden : R'mano, F'nlan' ab'ndon' m'. You'r' m' w'
11 Tips for Writing Humor11 Tips for Writing Humorous Fan Fiction11 Tips for Writing Humor7 years ago in Academic Essays More Like This
These are definitely not rules just guidelines! In case you come up with a humorous fanfic and maybe need some ideas
1. Be Unexpected. This is the basic concept for humor, I think. Something so unexpected happens, that your audiences first reaction is to laugh. This task is sometimes a bit harder to carry out in writing than it is visually, but it can still be done! Try come up with an action or punchline you think few people will see coming, that no one will suspect. Then youll get them. Just avoid turning to tired old clichés, and come up with your own material and jokes to continue with what you have written!
2. But Not Random. To be funny, the joke has to make sense within the context of the story. If you just pull a random object you think will be funny and insert it into the story to try
Homestuck Land TestSo, it's finally arrived!Homestuck Land Test3 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
First off, this is COMPLETELY DIFFERENT than the title test in the way this will work. In fact, this really isn't much of a test. It's more of a guide to creating a land based on your/your fan character's personality.
As such, this is not going to give you a straight answer! You will have to use your imagination to create the actual land.
The test instead tells you the "feel" of your land and the quest of your land!
So, enough rambling, lets get started!
First off is the "Feel" of your world!
This is based on the FIRST word of your personalDNA result!
personalDNA test here: http://www.personaldna.com/
Once you have your result, go here to see the feel of your world: http://tinyurl.com/FeelofLand
Now, for your land's quest, you'll need to take the MBTI, or the Myers Briggs test.
Found here: http://www.humanmetrics.com/cgi-win/JTypes1.htm
Don't worry, there aren't 16 different quest types. There are only 4!
If you are a Guardian (You have both S a
Flash Button TutorialFlash Button Tutorial4 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
here's my explanation, key words are in bold and surperflous information is in teletype, sidenotes are in italics
first and formost...
I CAN NOT STRESS ENOUGH HOW IMPORTANT IT IS THAT YOU MAKE SURE IT IS USING FLASH ACTION SCRIPT 2.0 (if you already made your movie in another action script like 3.0, don't worry, you can change it in the settings option in the proporties panle)
you have to draw a button like you would drawing any other object (draw it in a new layer on your last frame) you can put it a frame after your animation or on the last frame of your animation depending on weather you want the screen blank while the viewer decides if they want to click that buton and watch it again...
Next select the whole thing and convert it into a button the same way you would convert any art into a symbol. (right click > convert to symbol > select Button from the list of radio buttons)
Double click on your new button
your timeline should
Confession Rehearsal - Another Story [English]I was shocked by the suddenness,Confession Rehearsal - Another Story [English]1 year ago in Songs & Lyrics More Like This
Since I've liked you for so very long now,
Starting to pound, my heart beating loud,
Can you hear the booming sound all around?
Oh, it was a confession rehearsal,
I can't believe I thought it was serious,
That means there's someone that you like,
So what kind of face should I be making right now?
"Hold up, are you gonna get serious!?"
I suppose I should apologise for that one,
Hey, that sounds great, take the long way,
If you want to, make a stop on our way home.
And tomorrow I will find out who you like so much,
that you practice for them.
I don't wanna hear it but I kinda wanna know, so,
I may be selfish, but I'm willing to listen to
All of your heartfelt words,
I'll bear with the pain that I feel,
Putting a smiling face on with all my might.
You should just get serious,
Admit it without any fear,
Else I'll have to say those words
Faking a smile then...
Fortune says you're really rather lucky,
Not that I pay attention to that kinda stuff!
How to make a basic wolf quadHow to make a basic wolf quad4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
THE BACILLARY TUTORIAL ON A QUAD SUIT... (very basic)
to make the whole body look realistic and accurate you will need the use of padding
look at the back legs... they have a back bend in them this is easily achieved by adding knee and thigh padding on the front of your leg and a triangle on the back to create the back bend,
with the head you need an extended neck, wolves have long necks so to achieve this effect you can use the bike helmet method were you stick foam on a bike helmet, view out mouth.
for the stilts use pvc pieing (guttering) with wooden handles, make them long enough so your back is strait and your legs are strait, or bent to a comfortable position.
with foam paws.
if there going to be floppy joint all you have to do is ad a door hinge at the ankle of
Profile TemplateProfile for:Profile Template4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Chinese Zodiac Sign:
>possesions, make-up, jewelry, etc.
>least favorite food
>most prized possesion (important or emotional value)
>vernacular (way of speaking)
>social and other pressure, problems
>relationships (with who and what kind)
>beliefs, superstition, moral value
Male Japanese NamesAKI: Japanese unisex name meaning "autumn; bright."Male Japanese Names6 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
AKIHIKO: Japanese name meaning "bright/shining prince."
AKIHIRO: Japanese name meaning "bright scholar; shining abroad."
AKIO: Japanese name meaning "bright man."
AKIRA: Japanese unisex name meaning "bright; clear; dawn."
ARATA: Japanese name meaning "fresh."
ATSUSHI: Japanese name meaning "cordial; industrious."
DAICHI: Japanese name meaning "great first son" or "great land."
DAIKI: Japanese name meaning "of great value."
DAISUKE: Japanese name meaning "great helper."
EIJI: Japanese name meaning "excellent second son; splendid ruler."
FUMIO: Japanese name meaning "literary/scholarly child."
GORO: Japanese name meaning "fifth son."
HACHIRO: Japanese name meaning "eighth son."
HAJIME: Japanese name meaning "beginning."
HARUO: Japanese name meaning "springtime man."
HIDEAKI: Japanese name meaning "shining excellence; splendid brightness."
HIDEKI: Japanese name meaning "splendid opportunity."
HIDEO: Japanese name meaning "spl
Big-Ass Character Sheet (Updating)Big-Ass Character Sheet (Updating)4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Verse: (The universe your character belongs to. Can be original or fanfiction. [Ex: Original : The name of your book, movie, game or whatever. Fanfiction: Pokemon, Star Trek, Naruto, ect.)
Date: (The date this sheet was completed.)
Full Name: (Self explanatory)
Pronunciation: (Self explanatory)
Nickname/Alias: (Does your character have a pet name, fake identity, or any other thing they like to go by? Put it here.)
Meaning: ([Ex: Emily means "admiring" and William means "protector"] If you aren't sure your character's name has a meaning look it up, I'm sure you'll find something. If it's a fantasy name you made yourself, give it a meaning.)
Origin: (How did you come up with your character's name?)
Title: (Do have a title along with their name? [Ex: Sir, Captain, Ms.])
Pet Name: (What do other people call your character? [kid, squirt, babe, ect] May be insulting, endearing, or a combination of both. May have more than one, if other characters call them different things.
ID Number: (A num
Design a country work sheetDesign a country work sheet4 years ago in Settings More Like This
For those people who needs to design their own world.
This is a form I will use from now on to help me design it faster and more complete.
original from: droemar's journal
Edited by mayshing 2010
Colors: (An example would be red, white, and blue)
Symbol: (An example would be stars and stripes.)
calender measure (time table): (Does their calender go by the moon, or sun? Or other planets?)
Races: (The races that inhabit the area, whether or not they're native.
Physical: (The ethnic description of your race: skin color, hair color, builds, dress)
Preference to fashion and beauty:
Weather patterns: (Tropical? Stormy? Cold? Earthquakes? Climate in general?)
-how the weather influence inhabitants behavior, travel
Major river and lakes?
Any construction a
Personalize your DA Experience~!Here I share some of my fav resources to spice up your page! For more things; from decorations to tutorials, check out my group!Personalize your DA Experience~!3 months ago in Profiles More Like This
Display Images on DA ➨
Installing Gallery Icons ➨
Definition of Art Statuses ➨
Profile Directory ➨
Another Column Co
How to Dress Up Naruto OC 2of2How to Dress Up Naruto OC 2of24 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
PART II: NARUTO NINJA FASHION CATALOG
COMMON PIECES OF NARUTO NINJA CLOTHING FROM HEAD TO TOE
Now I introduce SOME of most typical pieces of ninja clothing.
Also known as hitai-ate. As you all know, it is a piece of cloth to which is installed a metal piece with the sign of the ninja's village. Most, MOST of the ninjas use forehead protector, but not all (like Jiraiya or Shizune). However, adding forehead protector to the design of your character makes the costume a lot more Naruto-like than not using it.
Forehead protector is one of most versatile accessories that are seen among Naruto ninjas: there is some different colors with them and even more ways to wear it. I list some:
* Blue. Most seen color, especially in Part I. Used by all level ninjas from genins to jounins. Blue forehead protectors used in Iwagakure tend to be purplish.
* Black. Another common color, mainly used by chuunins and jounins, very common in Pa
Give Life to the BackgroundsGive Life to the Backgrounds10 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
"Give background personality, give it life."
Think about WHY in the world do you draw backgrounds?
Are you thinking you need to do better in drawing backgrounds because your art needs it to look better?
How do you treat backgrounds in your work? What is actually "backgrounds" to you??
Background by defination in art simply means, the picture plain in the back of the main subject.
So background can be "white" or "blank" that's still background in considering of the art elements.
But what "background" means to most of us, is "scenery" and "enviromental" drawing/painting behind the main "character" or "subject" on the picture.
There is a thing about the background's relationship and the characters (The main subject)....
when we are making a single image, don't we need to make sure the viewer see the "focal" point of the image which is the most interesting part?
Sometimes the background itself can be point blank, to help the focal point to stand out and retreat, that's still
100 Themes of the Bible100 Themes of The Bible100 Themes of the Bible5 years ago in General Non-Fiction More Like This
5. Pray (er)(ing)
11. The narrow path
12. The wide path
15. Plague (s)
17. Ancient of Days
18. Holy Spirit
19. In the Beginning
20. After Death
22. The Son
23. The Father
28. Parting the Sea
29. The Cross
30. The Resurrection
33. Ark of the Covenant
34. Noah's Ark
36. Miracle (s)
38. Power of the Tongue
39. Pharisee (s)
43. Gifts of the Spirit
44. Fruit of the Spirit
45. Armor of God
46. Mansion (s)
49. Everlasting Life
50. Reward (s)
53. Blind and Deaf
54. Temple/ Body
55. Bread and Wine
58. Seen and Unseen
61. Tower of Babel
62. Laying of Hands
66. Ten Commandments
The 1-Question Mary Sue TestThe ULTIMATE one-question Mary Sue TestThe 1-Question Mary Sue Test3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
All right, well, here we goA one-question Mary Sue Test. No 100 questions, 1,000 interpretations, very little math. Pretty cool, neh? Well, if you're taking a Mary Sue Test, there's only one question to be asked.
Here it is, the only question you need when wanting to figure out if you're writing a Mary Sue, and how to fix it (probably):
1. Why are you taking something called the Mary Sue Test in the first place?
Here, let me elaborate on that. Why are you here? Let's think about that. If you're just taking this for fun, you guys can either hang out or head out; this is meant in particular to those who were earnestly seeking a test to help make their character better (not that taking something in fun isn't something wrong, just giving you guys a heads up). And if you landed here by random chance, well, hey, you're as welcome as anyone else to stay and read, too.
First things first: Don't worr
ASKtheARTIST InterviewASKtheARTIST Interview2 years ago in Articles & Interviews More Like This
ASKtheARTIST Interview with algenpfleger
Welcome to ASKtheARTIST. My name is *thefluffyshrimp and today I have the great privilege to interview *algenpfleger, a very talented illustrator and creator of many well-known works on deviantART.
Thank you for presenting us with this opportunity to interview you, algenpfleger.
*quietly sits down and sips on a mysterious beverage
WAIT ARE WE DOING THIS OR WHAT
*Vellez asks "What is your creative process? Do you just research and then begin drawing when you get an assignment, or do you mull it over a bit?"
Hmm it usually starts with me getting the assignment since I spend my freetime drawing other things mostly (these days at least). As soon as I know what the client wants, I leave it alone for a couple of days and wait for ideas to sprout in my head. The rest is just craftsmanship, you know, drawing the stuff and everything. The real work is done as soon as I put down the thumbnail sketch.
~smarff asks "How saturated do you think the illustra
It Ends With BloodshedSummary: This is how it goes.It Ends With Bloodshed4 years ago in Fan Fiction More Like This
Warning: slash (very light) and character death. Bruce/Wally, obviously.
Note: a little vague and strange and angsty and Richard Siken inspired and all that.
Thanks to: xRae_Asakurax for the BETAwesomeness!
Wordcount: ca. 2000
It Ends With Bloodshed.
This is how it goes.
You are sitting at a table and across from you is a beautiful boy. His hair is red and his eyes are green and his lips are perfect and pink, wrapped around a spoonful of pineapple flavoured pudding, all the same curled up in a slight smile.
You comment on how disgusting that flavour is and he laughs and says, I shall prove you wrong.
The beautiful boy takes another spoonful and turns it into your direction. Smiles. Says, care for a bite, Mr. Wayne?
There are eyes directed at you, because you are probably in a public place. You can't quite remember. You can't qu
How Not To Get A Mary SueX-x-X-x-X-x-X How to Create A Well balanced Female Lead X-x-X-x-X-x-XHow Not To Get A Mary Sue3 years ago in Profiles More Like This
For most people, the problems that people will have with a character is the lack of balance they might have.
Mary-Sues are the most popular characters that exemplify this.
Mary Sues are characters that have more good traits than flaws and therefore look perfect for the audience. That can include all sorta of aspects in the character 'life'.
1) You have over-powered Mary-sues who can defeat any and every opponent and therefore are respected and awed by everyone.
2) Realtionship-Sues who are so much of the woman that every man who meets her is obviously struck with love the minute they see her, even when the character has no real qualities that WOULD normally attract men. And these are also the ones who are able to take their pick of the guy and somehow always end up getting with the most sought-after man in the series.
3) You have the feminist-sues/tom-boy sues who are the perfect women in their being less "girly" on
Guide to Advanced CritiquesTutorial IndexGuide to Advanced Critiques6 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
What a Critique is NOT
What Is Advanced Critique?
Guide To Advanced Critique
Writing the Advanced Critique
An Example of a Critique
Advanced critique is as much
100 themes.01. Fear100 themes.3 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
18. Two Roads
19. Breaking the Rules
21. I. Can't.
30. Can You Hear Me?
34. Breaking Point
35. Don't Go
38. Black and White
39. Six Feet Underground
42. This is home.
46. Lock and Key
48. The old days
50. Thank you
54. Skeletons in the Closet
57. Open Heart
58. By your side.
63. Pet Peeve
Demigod Character Sheet BasicsDemigod Character Sheet4 years ago in Profiles More Like This
Birthday: [Include year.]
Compatibility: [Ex. The Rat is compatible with the Monkey and the Dragon; it is not compatible with the Horse.]
Hair Type: [Here's where you put anything else about your character's hair; Has it been dyed? Is it damaged? How often does he/she dye it?]
Eye Sight: [Does your character wear glasses or contacts? Does your character wear contacts for fashion purposes?]
Tattoos/Piercings/Scars: [For tattoos, we'd like to know: How old your character was when he/she got the tattoo, where he/she got the tattoo (Body wise and location wise), and parent involvement. Same goes for unusual body piercings.]
Clothing Description: [People have more than one outfit, so be general if needed.]