Please call me Dusk.
I'm not all that active here, but I'll post a few times per one or two weeks?
I’m @DKniade on Twitter and dusk.kniade on Instagram! (Not very active on the latter)
Anyways, fandom-wise, currently I'm into Vocaloid and more spcifically, Neruke, so you might see doodles of those. As well, I also draw some of the yet-to-be famous Vocaloid producer Ippotsk's characters, and other people's OCs as well.
I'm also slowly starting a Project called "Project Unhappy" featuring original characters in poems, short stories and art.
To sum it up
(Fandoms + Original) X (Art + Poems + Stories + Animations) = Dusk-Kniade's content
Differences of Referencing and Copying/TracingA journal to help those to know the differences between referencing, from art to literature and copying/tracing (other related names such as mirroring, duplication, mimic, replica, etc).
Definition of Reference:
1. The action of mentioning or alluding to something.
Example: "he made reference to the enormous power of the mass media" and "his journal contains many references to railways"
2. The use of a source of information in order to ascertain something.
Example: "popular works of reference"
1. Provide (a book or article) with citations of sources of information.
Example: "each chapter is referenced, citing literature up to 1990"
2. Mention or refer to.
Example: "the media referenced our association in almost 40 articles"
References are something that all artist's use as a guide. It's a learning tool to help those to learn perspective to structure. Without references, n