This is something like "100 drawings challenge" but this is especially for Animaniacs fans!
There is 100 themes and you have to draw 100 pictures and all of them will contain always one from the themes.
If you want to finish the whole 100 drawings challenge, you have to finish all 100 pictures >8D
> Put this challenge list somewhere on your page or in your journal, so people will know about it, or put a link to this original thing
> You can use any program you want for making pictures
> The pictures must NOT be copied or stolen
> Pictures must comply with DA rules
> If your pictures will contain also characters of others, credit them
> You're allowed to draw anybody from the Animaniacs show. It means all official characters.
> You can use also your own OCs
> Characters can be drawn in your own style (not only in Animaniacs style) and you have no need to draw Animaniacs (it can be whatever you want), but so
I’ve created this because I wanted to address something I’ve seen in some writings all over the place, not limited to a certain genre or type of text. Whether it’s a summary, fanfiction, original story, or published work. Lots of books fail to introduce a clear concept of the character in the beginning, or at all. Obviously you shouldn’t stop the action of a big battle to talk about a characters’ looks, but even afterwards, late is better than never.
Now, I get that some people want to leave their
When we met, your perfume
was as stale as the cigarette
stuck in your red mouth. I watched
the distant clouds, I ran sand through
my fingers, I did anything not to look at you
and still I could sense you there, strongly delicate:
on your long legs, your sunglasses
staring me down. My eyes met yours
as your lips parted. The smoke was
dissipating and there I was a small ghost of
with no sense of direction.
When we were inseparable,
they said we were willow trees
our roots growing in the same
soil, the same deep dark secret
earth. They said, they said
Our hearts were made of the same
materials: paper, poppies,
a handful of stars.
"... You know, I think we have this situation backwards, sweety," you said as you sipped on your daiquiri. "You're the bar-tender, and I'm the patron, shouldn't I be behind the counter and you-"
"Please," your friend said, holding up her hand. "If I step out from behind this counter Mr. tall, dark, and confusing will have my arm..."
"For breakfast," she said as she narrowed her eyes at you.
You shrugged at her. "So he gave you something. That's not really a BAD thing considering you really needed a watch....