Points commissions CLOSED Points commissions:More Like This
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Just Chibi and waist up sketch for the momment ...
Chibi clean Lineart sketch: 650 + 450 for extra chibi
waist up clean Lineart sketch : 850 + 650 for extra chara
+ extra detail : 300
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Some Advice On Public Speaking And Lecturing (1)Some Advice On Public Speaking And Lecturing (Part 1)More Like This
Countless words have already been written on the art of public speaking and lecturing (and it is an art), but I’d like to add some of my own insights. Rather than provide a complete rundown on what to do and what not to do, I want to provide a few helpful and pragmatic pieces of advice that might make things easier for you. These are things I’ve come up with through my experiences as both a student and a lecturer at university.
In The Lead Up To The Speech
The lead up to the speech refers to the period of time before the speech occurs, that is, the days, or even weeks, that you may have to prepare. And you should prepare. If there is any single word that should come to mind when it comes to giving a speech it is preparation.
One of the hardest parts about giving a speech is overcoming your nerves. Now, no matter how much you practice, it is likely that you will still be at least a little nervous. However, p
OC Mary-Sue Test 2.1OC Mary-Sue/Gary-Stu TestMore Like This
This test is designed for Original Characters. Questions for Role Play Characters and Fan Characters will be added soon.
Now, this tests for both the traditional Mary Sue/Gary Stu, and for 'gloomdog' style characters, which I suppose is a sub-category of the Mary Sue, but is often over-looked in this kind of test.
Further down this test, there is a list of traits and characteristics, each one stating how many points that particular trait is worth. Simply read through the list, and give your character the appropriate number of points for each of the listed traits/characteristics displayed by your character.
When you reach the end of the list, add up all of your character's points and refer to the results at the very bottom of the test to see (approximately) where your character is on the Sue Scale.
Now, while you're taking this test please also take into account