|Warrior cats fanart of Jayfeather|
How long have you been on DeviantArt?~ For about three years.
What does your username mean?~ It's my first ever OC's name, quite ironic now that I think about it since I mostly do all my projects around midnight.
Describe yourself in three words.~ Dreamer, Fighter and fluffalicious enthusiast
Are you left or right handed?~Right handed.
What was your first deviation?~this pathetic piece of scrap Blue star
What is your favourite type of art to create?~ Hard to say, just about anything I want to draw I guess, I don't want to limit myself to liking one thing.
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?~Realism.
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?~ Fanart really. Sucker for MARVEL and Danny Phantom.
Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist?~ AHHH! it's hard to choose! perhaps sharkie19? her stuff is really inspiring and adorable and ohmygosh perfect.
If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be?~ just anyone of the amazing people I met so far
How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?~ not just one deviant, but quite alot; just by commenting on my art and pointing out what I can improve on helps, as well as just chatting with me
What are your preferred tools to create art?~Sai and traditional.
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?~ Ehh, just where I have my supplies set up at.
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?~ When I reached 100+ watchers.
Writing Tips - Once Upon a TimeWithout exception, the most important line in your fiction prose is the first one. In many times it determines whether or not your writing gets a chance at all. As such, it should be the last new thing that you write. Once you finish writing your entire novel, then you go back and add the appropriate first sentence. Not only does this help you avoid Blank Page Syndrome, but doing it after everything else allows you to create a very poignant opening line (although you can start out with a proto-first line). Everything else I am going to tell you today, every piece of advice, can and has been broken in the past. Writing opening lines is an art, not a science. And let's start with one that I am currently trying to fix
Never start out with "my name is"
The most famous rule breaker: Moby Dick. Let me tell you why this is a bad idea. It's really easy to explain, actually. "My name is Jim." I don't care. "You can call me Sarah." I don't care. "They call me Boogalogadoodoo." I don't fuc
Smokescreen Gets Bumblebee a Little Bit PregnantRatchet leaned over his desk, examining and straightening his tools. He took this moment of peace and quiet, while the others were out, to tidy up and clear his mind. The only ones who were here were Bumblee, Smokescreen and Raf-- who were being all too quiet to not be up to something. Ratchet looked up from his tools and glanced behind him. They were all probably up front watching TV together, though. He sighed. He could probably use a little TV time as well.
Just then, mechanical footsteps came rushing towards his room. Well, the peace was nice while it lasted.
"Ratchet! Ratcheeeeeet!" The door slid open and Bumblebee came in with a determined look. "Ratchet, Ratchet, Ratchet, Ratchet--"
Ratchet pinched the space between his optics. "What?!"
"Ratchet," Bumblebee panted, "I need you to make me a pregnancy test thing!"
A… what? Out of all the crazy things that ever come out of Bumblebee's intake… "Bumblebee, just what are you up to? And what in Pr