Things you should do on DeviantArtA big hug to all my sweet friendsMore Like This
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This journal is for every Deviant out there struggling to be known. Here you will find some advice on how to get more exposure on DeviantArt.
I have met so many Deviants who are having a hard time getting feedback on their work, be it favs, comments, getting watchers... Well if you follow these next steps, I'm sure things will change.
:iconcuteflowerplz: How can you get yourself known if you just sign in and sign out and expect people to find you. BROWSE DEVIANTART get out there in any category you like, check people's work, give them a a comment, if you like the artist them. They will come back to your page and most likely to do the same for you.
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How did ya get into One Piece? (And for how long?)Heyo friends!More Like This
I've been curious of lates and theres no point beating around the bush so here's the questions for ya' all
How did ya get into One Piece?
As for me, East blue was great.
I remember during one summer break, a few years back before I got into One Piece my brother always told me to check this series out, he showed me some images of the Strawhat crew during their East Blue days and I, being the naive, stupid, stupid teen I was, I said something along the lines of "Ew another gross cartoon", I never looked back into that series again, haaah boy was I foolish.
A couple weeks later my bro was watching an episode, more specifically Zoro vs Hachi and there was a moment where I overlooked what I was doing and caught the scene where Zoro was dodging all of Hachi blades, aiiigh that was too neat man! Got my bro to move over as soon as possible and snagged his headphones out 'cause like it or not I was gonna join him in the fray of watching that
eloge [la jeunesse d'une cousine]1.More Like This
i was nine and you'd just
taken a third year when our
grandfather taught you how to box
on the overwaxed hardwood in his
kitchen; i was reading you some book
about a purple lizard; he put his teeth
on the table, crouched
and said: "hit me
on the mouth"
[you would have cracked his teeth if
they weren't removed, you were
a loaf of heavy bread made with
too much shortening and not enough restraint]
laughing you punched him again—
in the gut this time—but
after he chastised your form
you spent the balance of the month of august
practicing instead on my arms
you came of age in a trailer park
full of nostalgia for the 1970s and i
grew up in a yellow house
in the middle of a gothic suburbia:
neither would serve us
long, we said.
you had an enviable stoicness and i had
gutrot the day of our grandfather's interment:
you gave me tissues, told me
we would go on enduring, asked me
for a cigarette and then
spent twenty minutes vomiting on the carpet
of my car between puffs
Support and Win! [1,000+ Points]EXPOSURE Award CompetitionMore Like This
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