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You looked back at Gilbert, who was still waiting for an answer. The little boy wouldn't stop crying, so you sighed and stood up with a plan.
"You know, if you were a big boy, you wouldn't cry anymore." You said.
"But-! I'm lost!" His eyes grew big with concern.
"Not anymore! If I found you you're no longer lost." You winked, "C'mon inside, it gets chilly here." You walked back to the house, and the little boy followed you. Gilbert glanced back at you and you had to answer, it was his house after all, you couldn't just bring random spirits into his house.
"He's a lost spirit." You whispered, "He probably doesn't even know he's dead."
"As long as he doesn't make a mess of things, he can stay." Gilbert said.
You went to the living room, and sat the boy down on the couch. He took off his backpack and put it next to him. To you they were as visible as a person, but to some they were like vague visions and to the others they're not even there.
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As we focus on Daily Deviations this week it is important we discuss what receiving one will and will not do for you as an artist. The reason this is important to discuss is there is often misconceptions over what Daily Deviations offer.
Daily Deviations mean different things to different artists here on the site. For some, receiving a Daily Deviation is indicative that the receiver is in a higher league than others. For others, they view Daily Deviations as a feature and great way to discover other artists. This article will help you understand what receiving one will and will not do.
What DDs Will Do For You
It is true that receiving one will help your art be noticed by the community. After all, Daily Deviations are a 24 hour feature directed towards the community as a whole. It is through Daily Deviations that many artists become inspired and exposed to new art mediums and techniques. It is only natural for the communi
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