SilenceTime is a human construct.More Like This
I know this because only the arbitrary delineations we impose upon the juggernaut of reality, in order to understand it…only our constructs could be so mutable, inconstant. Fragile.
Memory is fickle. Even at the time it is being burned into the sparking pathways of our grey matter, it loses things too solid to wish out of existence, gains others — phantom senses, ghosts in the machine.
“HEADS UP!” came the cry, echoing off the glacier-polished granite, over the creaking of the rain-soaked rope, the distant hoarse shouts of climbers on different routes. Over the other sound… the dull stony rumble I’d been ignoring for several seconds.
Memory. And perception. They can warp and shift in the most unexpected ways…
The woman leaned out of her car window to motion me across the street; I had been standing beside my bicycle, patiently waiting for her to turn left, from the suicide lane
Community loveI just caught up reading the more than 700(!!!) messages you left me at my last journal and I'm pretty much left speechless.More Like This
I initially posted the message to give some clarity to the fact that I'm offline for days sometimes, and that it takes me a while to read my messages (as if it doesn't take time already, considering the amount of messages I receive). Since it's the internet, I didn't actually expect people to care. Let alone; so many people.
Apparently people send messages for me to DAcompliments, or even made journals to show their support to me.
Which is really kind, but it also surprises me. Don't get me wrong. I'm more or less used to getting tagged. Mostly for my journals. Occasionally even for my art --
I'm not dead I swear!Hey peoples! i know i haven posted anything in a while and all i ask it please not lose thine faith in me!More Like This
This week is the last week of big projects and assignments, the week after will be finals, BUT once all my papers are in I will definitely try to get something out to you lovelies this weekend. (no promises but i will try)
I think you will all really like this next one. Especially you more adventurous types. I have put a lot of research into this, yes i research what i write about, and no not THAT kind of research you silly dirty fiends. I am just glad i have friends who have experience with this...like a lot of it.
That being said, i think the first half will go up soon, and if i can I will try to get the second half up after that, its way too long to post as a single piece. your scroll wheels would hate me
Oh and just a question for you all. If any of you know of any other good writers out there, can be erotica or Felarya. I am always looking for inspiration,
Getting DeviantArt pointsJust a short journal to answer one of the questions that I get a lot.More Like This
First of all, it's important to know what exactly are DeviantArt points?
DeviantArt points are a currency that is used on DeviantArt alone. In this website, you can buy points, you can get them, collect them, and buy things for them. It's basically the DeviantArt equivalent to money. Which might come in useful because even for those that don't have a credit card or Paypal account, it is now possible to get a premium membership. Points can be either bought, or gotten for free from other members. There are many ways to get them. I will list a few here.
Most obvious one: Buy them for money. You need credit card or Paypal, though.
Trade them for llama's. your-username.deviantart.com/badges/ will list people that'll trade llama's for point on the right side. Give that person a llama, and you'll get some points. It's
Get featured! [ffp experimental phase]Please note that the feature for points has been updated.More Like This
For more info, click the following journal
After careful consideration, I decided to go on with the feature for points plan.
The general idea is to give beginning artists the chance to have their artwork featured on my front page. This might seem pointless to some, especially since there are busy services out there (like dAhub) that give you points for faving and watching artists. But hold on, it might just be worth it for you. With services like dAhub there's no guarantee your watchers will eventually keep active, or even like your work. In contrary to that kind of service, my feature won't give you points for watching or faving. Any person that watches you, will do so out of
Behind the pretty faceI had such a pretty face.More Like This
Or at least, that was what they told me when I posted my picture.
I have to admit that I rarely post my face online. Not so much for privacy's sake (I don't have the illusion of privacy, with the NSA around) but more because I've never liked taking pictures pictures. Back in the time, I was probably one of the few young girls that wasn't fond on making selfies, and therefore often had ID's showing either my back, my drawing equipment, or just a drawn image of me. The reason I posted a picture, was because it was for a good cause. An issue that I wanted to raise awareness for myself. The many people that had already posted their real pictures, encouraged me as well. That internet isn't all about faking who you are, but about the 'real' you as well. No matter who you are. Boy or girl, pretty or ugly.
I was laying in my bed already as
I'm Real, Are You? Pt 2UPDATE: 03/07/2014More Like This
My sister found this show called "Catfish" that was originally aired on MTV a while back. It's nothing new, since they're up to 3 seasons now, but I've only just started watching it with her.
I can almost not believe how many people are out there stealing identities and pretending to be other people and being in relationships with their fake persona's. I'm dumbfounded every time I watch an episode because it's amazing the lengths some go to to keep their facade up. :/
In any case, you guys should totally watch it. It shows everyone just how this type of behaviour really affects real life, everyday people.
So my last journal literally got so full, that it wouldn't show thumbnails anymore XD So I've created a second journal :3
Here's the original journal
A Tribute to Hans Ruedi GigerMore Like This
He was an artist you might not know.
But you’ve met his children…
It’s rare that a “new” iconic monster is born and becomes forever identifiable,—— no matter the variations, by generation after generation. So it was when George Romero created the ultimate “zombie” in his Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Zombie Apocalypse fans today may have never heard of George or seen the original “Night,” but the zombies they so love in fare like The Walking Dead owe their existence to Romero’s original vision.
In 1979, screenwriter Dan O’Bannon craft
UPDATE: Naming Contest (100 Points) HI everyone!More Like This
First off all I want to thank everyone for reading my story and for all the help. As a thank you I would like to hold the most simple contest I could think of for everyone to participate in. I hope you will enjoy this chance to interact directly with the story and earn a few points.
100 Point naming Contest!
The contest is very simple: I am giving everyone the chance to change the name of Cana into something more apropiate and earn 100 points in the meanwhile. So all you would have to do is leave your suggested (name/names) as a comment, explain shortly why you choose that name and next week I will announce who won or perhaps I´ll hold a poll so you can decide yourself.
Okay there is only one rule:
I Just Noticed I've Been On DA For 2 YearsI apparently joined DeviantArt on May 8th, 2012. Aaaaaaand suddenly two years have flown by! I'm amazed that I've been here for so long.More Like This
Because of DeviantArt, my artwork and stories have absolutely blossomed. And I have you guys to thank for that! Thank you for watching me, and for laughing along with me.
Let us wave our rubber chickens around in celebration!
*WHIP MY CHICKEN BACK AND FORTH*
On an unrelated note, check out the meme I just uploaded. It's the best one yet, and that says quite a lot.
As always, enjoy.