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MLP CONTEST TIME!! (draw/make my oc~)EDIT: forgot the dead line!!
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Deadline is JANUARY SECOND
ello there! For those of you whom do not know, I am Dipndotz97. but please. call me Dot~
and if you are reading this, that means you found my CONTEST Journal~ Yay you. xD
anyway. for this contest, I am planning to hopefully make new friends, and make art for people! xD
if you are a fan of mlp then you will enjoy this!
ok. so. heres what you have to do in the contest~
Draw/DESIGN A PLUSH/FIGURINE of one of my pony ocs. (Either Starshine Nova, Punker smash, or soulheart.) IF YOU ARE JUST DRAWING YOU CAN DRAW THEM Doing something with any cannon character one of YOUR pony ocs, or just by theirselves.
(IF YOU ARE DESIGNING A PLUSH/FIGURINE OF THE OC THEN DONT WORRY ABOUT THE PERSONALITIES xDDDD )
starshines Personality: Calm,happy, friendly, outgoing, & enjoys Practicing on her magic.
Punkers Personality: Smart ass (with someone he doesn't know at fi
Mary-Sue: Part 8Romeo and Gertrude?
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“Names. What’s in a name, really? I mean, besides a bunch of letters or sounds strung together to make a word. Does a rose by any other name really smell as sweet? Would the most famous love story in the world be as poignant if it was called Romeo and Gertrude? Why is what we call ourselves so important?” (Julie Kagawa).
I’ll answer that question with another quote:
“I read in a book once that a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, but I've never been able to believe it. I don't believe a rose WOULD be as nice if it was called a thistle or a skunk cabbage” (L.M. Montgomery).
Names, despite its seemingly simplistic role in society, do have some importance, even in fiction. So how do you name your character? Names aren’t just an arrangement of letters that sound cool or unique; they have meaning, language, and culture behind them. Names are so important, that, in r