|Visit my tumblr to see my sketches and doodles! Tyy! narcyl.tumblr.com|
Recently I finished my degree of management and economics, but I have this hobby since always.|
My favourite style of drawing is fantasy, specially dark medieval fantasy, but I like to experiment with other styles and themes. I hope to improve in this field and digital painting as well.
I love videogames (the most part of my pieces are fanarts because I don't have much time to draw).
Hope you enjoy my work.
9 Steps for Adding Genuine Depth to Your Story9 Steps for Adding Genuine Depth to Your Story
(Or Ridding Your Story of Pseudo-depth)
When writing a story, one of the most important aspects to the writer will be the themes. In other words, the message you want to tell the world through your characters, plot, and struggles. However, even stories with a good message often fail on a number of levels, or else try to be deep but come off sounding ridiculous. Today, I'm going to talk about how to create genuine depth in the themes, characters, and dialogue of your story, without turning it into a sermon.
Step 1: Focus on the story and perfect it, long before you worry about the themes.
This is the single greatest failing of most stories with messages. The writer is so focused on them, that they forget the medium altogether. And as important as you think a message is, it is worthless if devoid of a concrete story. So craft your story around something tangible and solid—something that would be wonderful if there were no message whats
5 Tips for Revolutionary Writers5 Tips for Revolutionary Writers
Anybody Can Write a Novel
Chapter 9 “Types of Writers” – Section 7 “Career Writers”
With Links to Supplementary Material
Each of us has revolutionary ideals within us—we believe in certain morals, values, causes, and beliefs that we would like to see in the world. And these ideals that we have will affect everything from which characters of which ideals play the antagonistic or protagonist role, to the natural consequences of actions. Not to say that we are all trying to topple a class-based system of oppression; but something as simple as illustrating that being nice to others is a good thing is a message and a call for revolution in itself. Today, I'm going to talk about how to empower this tendency in writers, while directing the tendency to support the overarching story, without