2. If you answer, you have to do the same in your journal, putting the tagger on the first place. The idea of this is not to get a free feature, it is to spread art around for everyone.
3. If you've already been featured previously in '20 features' in my journal, I may not feature you again. Let's give the others a chance too, shall we? That doesn't mean you can't enjoy the amazing art shown here :3
- One of the first pieces of art I saw under this artist... I think. It's been awhile!
Lightning Dust - EpilogueFunny how laughter always seemed to attract the Clique.- Big fan of this story!
Klaus, Andy and Kailey each froze at the sound of them approaching, turning to face them with raised brows.
“Oh, look…! We were right; Blondie does have brain-damage!” Katrine sneered, pointing at the white cloths that wrapped tight around Andy’s head. Though for the first while that he had the bandages they had been stained with his blood slightly, now it was only dotted, and even that was only visible on the bottom layer, having not seeped through even the first cloth all the way. He took a deep breath, wincing slightly when his head ached from the sudden fury bubbling up. Klaus and Kailey both huffed and turned away, Andy following their lead. Each of them continued to eat their lunches in silence, ignoring the snobs that remained next to their table.
Katrine snorted in agitation, fury in her eyes. “Uh, hello? You three deaf or something? I’m, like, TALKING!!
This dude is way too happy-not that that' a bad thing!
To anyone watching Shark Week right now...Don't fall for that so called "Documentary" about a living Megalodon called Subarmine. It is NOT possible for a shark to be so smart as to toy with it's prey.- Dudette has a point here. Arceus above and Ra in heaven, I can't stand how we treat sharks. Thanks Jaws... thanks so very much.
Especially not a white shark. Their smart yes, but smart is in the eye of the beholder. It cannot observe orca's tipping baby seals off of ice to eat it and adapt it.
You teach a shark something and you have to be REPETITIVE. The Shedd Aquarium has trained their sharks to come for food...That's all they will come for, they do what the trainers ask of them, but they cannot figure out tricks like THAT.
It will leave in time.
A great white shark is NOT that smart. If it was Megalodon then yes, it's smart...To do it's own hunting techniques. Not smart enough as to hide under the surface of the water and be perfectly still...To kill PEOPLE.
That is making sharks a monster again, which is what Shark Week is NOT supposed to be. It's supposed to be awareness, showing sharks as anything BUT monsters. It's not JAWS.
Ghosts of Machina - PrologueIt started long ago on a dark night. Energy surged through the air, the wind had blown wildly all around.- I'm really enjoying this story!
“Brought to life, from oil and metal, I give this energy, this life into this blessed vessel…” A person cloaked by darkness chanted, moving around a car, the engine revved as the headlights snapped on.
Rain had started to fall as thunder roared above.
In the dark of night things had not gone as planned.
In the dark of the night a murder most foul occurred.
When the morning came the husband of a woman known as Katherine Warden found his wife dead. Tire tracks trailing away from her, in her blood.
Unbeknownst to him, a change had occurred in the night.
A change that had changed the world and didn’t stop. He didn’t confirm that it may have began at his home with his wife.
And now in the modern day the old records from back then suggest a curse, or some sort of alchemy.
In a way they were right.
And now in the modern da
- Yes. Yes you are.