Tips: How to edit your page with and without a PM!Hello everyone! Ricky Alaniz here again with another guide on how to edit your page with one basic CSS code (for premium members) and even suggestions on how edit your page if you don't have a premium membership! I'm known a bit better around these parts as chromeantennae and this journal guide can also be called "how to fancify your page for dummies!"More Like This
Haha, but seriously, I have a quick story for you before I start with the tutorial. And it's all about how wretched my first time editing my page was when I decided to finally change my page. My good friend and practically-sis, Medoriko (Goon Squad shoutout!) changed her page a few days before and that was what ultimately inspired me to change my own page. I searched high and low for guides on dA and didn't really find anything simple enough for me, so I eventually went to Nadia for help. She sent me the code she used for her page and I was finally able to get it started, but even then. I still had a couple of troubles and even wo
MMS 8: In the House of ToronMore Like This
Amirra woke up and found herself lying on a mat with a blanket draped over her. Where was she? Suddenly, memories rushed over her: the storm…losing Indio…everything. Amirra blinked.
She still didn’t know where she was.
Amirra scrambled into a sitting position to get a better view of where she was, wherever that might be. She appeared to be in a cottage, but different than Elda’s. The main difference was the ceiling. No objects were haphazardly hanging there, just waiting to hit people in the head if they were tall enough. A fire was crackling contentedly in a fireplace on her right, and there was something like a kitchen on her left, with a window letting the evening air seep in. There was a small hallway, and she got up and followed it.
There were two doors at the end opposite each other, and each one led to a tiny little room with two cots, a shelf and a small, round clay stove in each one. In one room, the cot had several assorted items on it, and both of the
Feature #10 - The Library of NefertariHello, and welcome to the tenth feature of the series "The Library of Nefertari." Here, you will discover pieces of literature that utilize the utmost imagery. You will also find pieces of visual art and artisan crafts that demonstrate the utmost skill and beauty.More Like This
So without further ado, I present to you these amazing works! Feel free to show the artists your support by giving them a , comment or .