400 ideas for naming your art400 ideas for naming your art2 years ago in Typography More Like This
[adorable, cute, funny etc.] is her/his middle name
[blue, brown, green etc.] eyed girl
[mister, miss] Perfect
[red, bloody, golden etc.] moonlight
[red, blue, golden] ribbon
2 cute 2 handle
4 am, thinking of you
*a certain romance*
a chill in the air
a day to be remembered
*a fresh start*
a kiss to build a dream on
a little bit of heaven
*a mirror's story*
*a moment suspended in time*
a new beginning
a peaceful world
a smile like yours
*a thousand shades of passion*
a thousand years from now
*a whole other story*
*after my dreams come true*
after the rain
ah, those lazy days of summer
ain't this a fairytale?
all for love
all I want is "MORE"
all time adored
always in my heart
am I supposed to be happy?
an apple for the teacher
and I think you should know this
and so a star was born
and so the story began
*any sign of trouble?*
anywhere you go
as we dance with the devil
asleep or dead?
*at the end of the day*
Tutorial : Falling WaterdropsTime for another TutorialTutorial : Falling Waterdrops2 years ago in Photography More Like This
Sorry for uploading it as a journal and not as a deviation, but it is easier and faster for me
The tutorial is about this kind of photos :
( it's actually quite easy )
1. What you need :
a DSLR camera
( maybe Bridge cameras will work too )
your normal 18-55mm lens or something similar
a paper with the subject you want to reflect
2. The Setup
I know that it is totally unprofessional, but who cares? It works
just use your ba
High Speed STORIESHigh Speed STORIES5 years ago in Writing More Like This
When you absolutely, positively, HAVE to get the story done.
The trick to speed-writing is to Plan the story out first, more commonly known as PLOTTING.
"Diabolic" was written in 30 days -- all 15 chapters at 2500 to 3000 words per chapter, adding up to around 80k (thousand) words. A novel is 90k to 100k. I was able to do this because I already knew my main characters really well, (Vincent and Sephiroth of Final Fantasy VII,) and I knew where my story ENDED. Basically, once I knew where I wanted to go, all I had to do was figure out how to get there.
Note: If you're interested, DIABOLIC can be found at Media Miner. The 'Search' feature is your friend!
The plot outline I used only had 5 points:
1. Beginning - The Main Character gets involved with the Villain or Lover.
2. Complications - The situation worsens.
3. Emotional Turning Point - Panic Attack! Fear and/or Guilt vs. Desperation
4. Reversal - The wor