Anyone want to do an adopt collab?Ok, so I've started to really get into making adopts. It would be nice if someone wanted to do a collab maybe? If you're interested we can work all the details out either in the comments or in notes. I don't mind doing line art or coloring. (Just keep in mind I have to use MS paint so unless you have clean pixeled adopts or use MS paint I'd probably be doing lines). I'm ok with doing humanoid adopts or MLP. Anyway, please comment. It will be a lot of fun
Examples of my work and what I can do adopt wise:
Thanks and remember to comment!
OPEN I need 100 OC Characters to draw! - ChallangeI had a very small mini contest where I offered a free headshot coloring of a character in soft pastels. It was first come, first serve, and lasted less than a minute. It sparked an idea though, since I realized how much my pastel realistic drawing suck. I want to do 100 of them, just like what I've been doing for my set of 100 poems challenge I'm still working on.OPEN I need 100 OC Characters to draw! - Challange2 years ago in Personal More Like This
What I am doing: To do this, I'll need 100 characters. 100 different OCs. Your Ocs. I'll be drawing 100 people's OC characters (one character per person) for my challenge. They will all be drawn in semi-realistic (and hopefully, eventually realistic) in soft pastels using 2 to 4 colors each. I know my soft pastel drawings look pretty bad but hopefully by the end of this they won't. This is a challenge, and I'm going to need plenty of help, so throw your OCs at me! Lol
Who I need: I need OCs of all kinds. Boys, girls, androgynous, old, young, Lolita, Goth, school-girl… it goes on. The only OCs
Massive Blank Character BioBasics:Massive Blank Character Bio2 years ago in Writing More Like This
Hair? Length? Color? Condition?
Do they have an accent? Does their accent say something about them?
Where were they born?
Who was their parents? Where are their parents? What was their relationship like?
Siblings? How many did they have? Were they nice to each other?
What did they want to be when they grew up? What did their parents want them to be?
Up until the story, what have they done?
What is something they once did they are proud of?
Least proud of?
Do they/have they ever had a pet? Was it a good or bad influence on their childhood?
Favorite Color? Second favorite color? Why?
Favorite number? Do they often pick this number in games or other activities? Why?
Favorite animal? Why?
Favorite song? How does this song make them feel? What does it remind them of?
Favorite season? Why? How do the other seasons make them feel?
What do they drink i
Writing Tutorial - Weird Ways To Get Book IdeasWriting Tutorial - Weird Ways to get Good Book Ideas -Writing Tutorial - Weird Ways To Get Book Ideas2 years ago in Writing More Like This
I really hate what the internet has to say when I go to search "inspiration for book ideas." All that comes up is to "get inspired by space, the weather, pictures of cute puppies, your grandmother...." and quite frankly (as awesome as grandma is) I don't think that's really going to help if you're looking for decent book ideas that really are all your own. So here's how I do it... various tips and tricks I've been taught and have discovered myself that help when writing novels, short stories, and other pieces of lit. I write fantasy, Sci-Fi, and occasionally other fiction stories so I know this set of ideas works for that, but I'm pretty sure it will work for just about an fiction story. Here goes --
What you'll need:
- Unless otherwise stated, all of these will need either a notebook with something to write with or a computer with a text based program such as Microsoft Word. You'll also need your brain, some motivation, and pos
How to Write the Best Poem Ever - Tutorial----- How to write an amazing poem -----How to Write the Best Poem Ever - Tutorial2 years ago in Writing More Like This
I always hate what happens when I search stuff like poem inspiration, or how to write a poem, or basically anything to do with poetry on the internet. All that comes up is generic, “find inspiration,” “write what you know,” or best of all, “Let it come to you.” Haha, yeah that’s really going to help when you have writer’s block… So here we go my solution! My own tips and tricks I’ve learned to writing great poems when I don’t have inspiration. I’m going to be doing this right along with you, so you can check my examples for each method I show you too. So let’s begin already~!
// What you will need //
Mandatory: Paper and pencil (Or computer)
Suggested: A rhyming dictionary, regular dictionary, thesaurus, and some good music (preferably instrumental so the words won’t get you distracted while writing)
// Before we start: What you should know about poetry writin