Brb and Awesome DayI'm away to Poland for a week, just so everyone knows.More Like This
So I won't be working on anything, but I'll probably still have internet access.
Anyway, I finally got my driving license! Hurray!
I made quite a lot of mistakes on the test, but nothing serious enough to fail apparently.
It's a bit late, but I live in a big city, so driving isn't always the best way to get around. Hopefully now I'll be able to do a bit of exploring in the countryside.
(I'd also like to point out to the Americans that our driving test is a lot harder than yours, and we don't drive automatic cars either. )
I had a Minecraft party to celebrate afterwards.
We explored King's Landing and Winterfell, played some minigames, and teamed up for the Hunger Games. Great times were had.
We got pretty good at the Hunger Games by the end of our 11-hour Minecraft session. Managed to win two matches!
A Pocket Artist's Guide on How To Draw A common struggle an artist stumbles upon on his way to a triumphant drawing style is when he is just beginning to draw. That is something I, a 14-year old writer learned after a year of practicing illustration, a field that is quite new for someone who uses a pen to write prose, poems, and stories, and not to draw.More Like This
Probably like some of you here, I started drawing after seeing characters on the television and tried to imitate them. At first, I found any drawing I made so wonderful, brilliant, great, etcetera, etcetera… [Oh well..] until a passerby badmouthed my works. At first it was hard to believe that my highly treasured works were actually that bad.
But when I looked again on my drawings, I realized that there is a lot more I can do to make things better than they were. Yet my interpretation of getting better was quite different. I bought lots of books on anatomy, perspectiv