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ALRIGHT AFTER YOUR VOTES I DECIDED TO DO THIS please read this carefully

My only wish is that you have to be really patient because I have my graduation exam in 2 months and I`m learning really hard for it so I can go to university, this is why it will take me a lot of time

Let`s start


  • I don`t draw: -Mecha, Hentai. I don`t have anything against yaoi or yuri but please use your imagination and describe it a lot how you want it to be since I do not really draw yuri and yaoi so your ideas would be a lot of help!
  • How your message should look: Hey Ccrispy. My name is (your name) and I have choosen Category:….  Character/s:… Extra (optional):….
  • Note: This is only an example, you can write it however you want, but please be clearly so I can understand properly.
  • Contact: You can contact me via twitter or tumblr message. 
  • PAYING: Paypal (cristiana.goga@yahoo.com) You can send half of the amount before I start sketching or after I will show you the sketch
  • Slots: FREE

Notes: I will ask you a lot of question, if you like this, or that, or should I change anything and I will show you wips regulary 

For every question you have please feel free to contact me on PRIVATE MESSAGE so I can answer you!

thank you a lot @giushia for helping me with the prices and organize it right! couldn`t have done it without your help ♥

Use your imagination for the situation! I just wanted to draw Slav! He’s adorable and… omg so funny!

My initial idea was:

“In .3 percent of alternate realities, you love me!”

“…This isn’t one of them…” *eye twitch*

bkst-tutu1b  asked:

hi Gotham, hello. I like the gentleness in your stories, especially between Jamie & Claire, and bairns as well as Murtagh! Weel, If you don't mind me asking, do you combine your personal experience into writing much? Or do you observe others and "borrow" them in the stories or just use your imagination mostly?

Oh, thank you so much for your kind words!

I *do* observe the people around me quite a bit - for behaviors to model, and behaviors to definitely not model. I learn a lot from my friends and their experiences - lucky and unlucky - in love and in relationships. Similarly, I have a very good sense of how I’d like to be treated- how I’d like to be loved, and how I’d like to love. And that’s what makes it into my stories.

The best model I’ve seen is in the love of my own parents, whose 35+ year marriage has always been a shining beacon in my life. They love each other fiercely, but never stop challenging each other. Never stop supporting each other. Never stop making each other laugh. They set the bar very high. So I won’t settle - will never settle.

And that’s how I write Jamie and Claire. I give them the love that I hope one day to have in my own life. It’s a love worth waiting for, worth fighting for. A love where the sum is greater than its component parts. A love that is out there to be found - and when it’s found, to be profoundly cherished for the rare gem that it is.

anonymous asked:

How do you flesh out a scene or concept into a full story? Thanks in advance, love the vids :)

I first need to say that this is a huge question. Almost unanswerable in scope. There is no formula, or magic word, because what you’re asking is ‘how do I think of stuff?’

You just…think. 

I find that in the craze of the writing community, I see a lot of writers searching for an answer to everything because there are people out there like myself who seem to have the answers. There isn’t always an answer. You flesh out a scene by thinking about it. It’s not one, two, three, bam. Story. Use your brain, use your imagination. If you’re a writer, that’s the fun part! That’s why we write, because we have imaginations. 

If your question is how do I create a story, well, you do that by thinking about your story. Is it hard? Probably at times, yeah. But it’s the fun part…do we really want a formula for that?

So, really my answer to your question is: think. A lot. In whatever way your brain wants to think. No formula, no equation, just use your imagination.

That said, the basics you want to consider. These will guide you if you’re really stuck, but in no way replace brainstorming and trying to visualize the scene. 

Story level:
What’s the inciting incident?
What’s the midpoint?
What’s the climax?
Who is the protagonist?
Who are the side characters?
Who/what is the antagonist?
Are there internal, interpersonal, and societal levels of conflict?
Where is the story set? How does this affect the story?
How does the protagonist grow?
What is the protagonist’s goal?

^ if you answer those, you’ll be on a good start to fleshing out the basics of your story.

Scene level:
What is the purpose of this scene in the plot?
Does the scene start on a high or low point? Does it end on a high or low point?
What is the conflict in this scene?
What new do we learn about the characters?
Are any character relationships developed in this scene, and how so?
Where is this scene set? How does this affect the scene?
How is the main character feeling throughout the scene?
Who is present in the scene?
Does the scene have a beginning, middle, and end?
When I think about the scene, can I picture it in my head?
Could I remove this scene from the story and have the story reach the same conclusion plot wise and character development wise?

Beginner Witchcraft - UPDATE

A common post request.

How to begin:

  • Begin by reading everything you possibly can about witchcraft, plants, other religions, etc.
  • Take notes on everything you can.
  • Be creative and use your imagination, look for symbols in your day-to-day lives.  
  • Re-read your notes and important information,
  • Do your research.
  • Make sure you research all paths and philosophies.
  • Start a consistent meditation and visualization regime.
  • Find a path you love.
  • Learn about yourself and your path and beliefs.
  • Work with your energy and practice harnessing it.
  • Start practicing your spells after enough research.
  • Write your own spells and start a grimoire.
  • Continue reading and learning.                                                                                                                                                                                      

Topics to research:    

  • Herbalism
  • Different witchcraft paths
  • Witchcraft history and its origins.
  • Different deities in different cultures
  • Folklore, superstitions,  and wives tales
  • Mythology from different cultures
  • The elements Air, Earth, Water, Fire
  • Basic tools and supplies for the craft
  • Sabbats and esabats
  • Witchcraft misconceptions
  • Nature cycles and lunar phases
  • Divination
  • Alchemy
  • Chakras
  • Auras
  • Working with spirits and angels
  • Tarot
  • Crystals
  • Runes                                                                                                       Magickal theory
  • Spells
  • Curses - the dangers and how to cast them properly
  • Sigils
  • Familiars
  • Incense
  • Ways to stay safe when practising
  • Types of Witches
  • Cheap witchcraft supplies
  • Dangers of witchcraft
  • Solitary v.s Coven witchcraft
  • Ritual structure
  • How to set up an altar
  • Study Nature
  • Negative energy and how to rid of it.
  • Candle magick
  • Astrology
  • Psychic Practises
  • Faeries
  • Protection against harm


Things to practice:

  • Grounding and centering
  • Meditation
  • Casting and closing a circle
  • Raising, releasing, and visualizing energy.
  • Record any magick practices, visions, or dreams you receive.   
  • Spend as much time as possible in nature.        
  • Listen and observe.               
  • Practice invoking Gods, Goddesses, and elements.  
  • Cleansing
  • Charging
  • Warding
  • Keep your grimoire up-to-date
  • Find a mentor - Someone to help you find your path
  • Practise staying concentrated
  • Intent

Remember:

  • All paths are good paths, do not insult anyone’s path.
  • You do not need any fancy equipment to practise
  • You don’t need to practise everyday
  • Follow your path don’t  let others tell you what to do or force their beliefs on you.
  • Believe in yourself!
  • Take care of yourself
  • Be respectful of others paths and beliefs
  • Never stop learning
  • Ask questions
  • Make lots of friends in the community
  • Stay safe
  • Make sure you do not steal from closed religions!
  • Have fun!

May the moon light your path!

==Moonlight Academy==

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post reveal cafe date!

@yinwa actually suggested this ages ago, but i never got around to doing it. BUT LOOK MOM I DID IT

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“is that your way of comforting me?” “maybe”

this was supposed to be some kind of zombie apocalypse/the walking dead au requested by @sigh–onara but honestly i don’t even know anymore

“And I want you to seduce me,” she said. “Everywhere we go.”

“Seduce you?” He echoed.

“Yes,” she nodded.

He looked like he was trying not to laugh. It was a new expression on him, one that she hadn’t seen before. She decided that she liked it. “How would you like to be seduced?” He asked.

She couldn’t help the blush that spread across her face and ears, but she held her head high and tried to sound confident.

“Oh, I’m not picky,” she shrugged, “I just want you to use your imagination. Whatever’s in your head.”

He looked at her.

“You’re in my head.”

An awareness struck her of just how much he meant what he said. She felt the evidence of how profoundly they had changed each other – how they had carved themselves into the fabric of their beings, how they had become irreplaceable in each other’s lives. She saw it through their bond, and through his words, and through his eyes.

He told her that he loved her with that look.

Chapter 53, A Collision of Stars by dustoftheancients

I commissioned this gorgeous image after reading chapter 53 of one of the best fanfics out there. I envisioned a future where Rey and Kylo are hopefully trying to seduce each other after the conclusion of the story. ;) Thank to @dustoftheancients for creating such a wonderfully developed and suspenseful work that I wish I would have stumbled upon sooner. And this piece would not have been possible without @panda-capuccino and her inspiring artistry.

a cup of di-- I MEAN COFFEE

Wherein the MCU now has two big beefy men in tight t-shirts who try to flirt with the same lame-ass “Let’s get some coffee” line

  • me: y'all axl is my favourite
  • me 5 min later: mhh but there's slash too mhh
  • me 10 min later: omg duff looks so damn sexy
  • me 15 min later: fuck steven stop being so fucking perfect
  • me 20 min later: ohhh izzy damn it
  • me 25 min later: i think i'm a bitch