I created an account on Deviant Art because I love networking with fantastically talented individuals, and I believe that art is a very important part of our lives. Whether it's used as a means to express ourselves, be an outlet for what's going on in our brains, or simply a talent to share with the world - each person on here is uniquely talented.
I run a website called Cislunar, and it's an independent non-profit website that's a designated platform for artists, writers and musicians. It's my pet project, but I created it because I want to help promote people's life's work, and spread their message across the globe.
We have around 50 contributors currently, but I am always searching for more people to add to our cooperative.
If you write, paint, draw, photograph, make films, make music, basically create ANYTHING, send me a message! I'd love to see if you'd be a good fit for the cooperative, and work with you.
You can follow us on social media!
We're working on an original story for Cislunar called 'To Paint A World,' and it's written by C.L. Farinha. You can check it out here: www.cislunar.network/to-paint-…
[[Wisconsin Born & Raised]]
Hyphenated-Specialist at a healthcare clinic by day.
Over-caffeinated video game junkie/freelance website runner at night.
Gears of War is life.
I believe in the inherent good in everyone.
Creating a new, colourful world is never easy when the world around you is all in black and white, but Ellie has a mission. She will do almost anything for the people she loves, and creating a world filled with colour is on the top of her list even if it seems to be the impossible she is trying to accomplish.
As Ellie finds a way to create the new world, she is faced with her inner demons that need to be defeated and a sinister villain, Ellena who wears her face. With the help of her best friend she can paint the world with colour, but would that mean losing who she is in the process?
To Paint A World is a complex story filled with questions about what to do when your colourful life falls into a depressing pit of sorrow and grey. As Ellie works through her despair and grief and ultimately finds hope in the most unlikely of places, the reader will do so as well. This is the type of story that will make you feel chills and cry with a character, whilst rooting for her unlikely return from the darkness threatening to swallow her alive.
C.L. Farinha is doing an amazing job at capturing the depth of emotion needed for a tale this deep, while at the same time staying light-hearted enough to keep it within the realm of fantasy.