Learn to read, learn to respectTo begin with - this journal is not directed at my fans, it's merely a general observation I made.
I have just visited a profile page of an artist I know. He posted a journal in which he apologized to his fans for not being able to do requests and art trades, because he was busy in real life. I've seen quite a few people on DA post similar journals, in moods raging from apologetic to furious, so it no longer surprises me. The point is - this particular artist has already posted a similar journal a couple of months ago. Apparently, one journal is not enough. That, or people are analphabets.
For this reasons, I have a big request to everybody - learn to read. Before you ask somebody for a request take your time to do your research. Most artists have stamps saying "I don't do requests", or journals stating that. Some have folders in their galeries destined for "Art for others". Some even have FAQs in which you'll find all the information you need. Trust me, having to answer an obvious que
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Bambi 3: The Way of the Deer by GreatMarta
Chapter 2- Roga
By the time the royal family reached the glade, many other deer have assembled there. Young males were practicing fighting and young females watched them. The adults were lying in shadows of the trees or feeding on the fresh grass, keeping an eye on the fawns, who were running around in joy. The sighs of other children having good time playing made Lato rush at them to join the game, leaving his sister and parents behind.
–Lato, wait! –cried Lila, as she ran after her brother. But he wouldn't listen. He noticed a small group of fawns his age. Two of them were charging at one another, and the others watched and cheered for them. Fighting! That's what males find exciting!
Just as Lato reached the group, one of the fighters, a grayish fawn with green eyes, made his opponent fall on his back and stood upon him with a smirk. He won.
–Wow! That was fast! So cool! –Lato cheered.
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Ronno glared into Bambi's eyes filled with hatred. It was so not fair!
Ronno was older, stronger, and braver than Bambi so why didn't Faline choose him? Ronno felt like grabbina a man's gun and shooting Bambi. He wanted Bambi to die. Faline
didn't deserve him, she deserved Ronno. It was as plain as possible.
Bambi stared into Ronno's eyes. As much as he hated to do it, Bambi
knew that he would have to exile Ronno when they were both older otherwise
Ronno would cause way to much misery. Yet, Bambi still felt a little sorry for Ronno.
C'mon, Bambi, don't think like that you'll turn soft. Bambi told himself,
yet for some reason, Bambi couldn't shake the feeling off of him. Why did he feel sorry for R