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From Idea to STORYFrom Idea to STORY by OokamiKasumi
----- Original Message -----
How do you develop an idea? How do you come up with the details behind stories? Do you get them from reading books? Do you get them from modern concepts? Or do they just come to you (if so, lucky you XD)? How do you develop the world in which it takes place? People or settings first? Do you include cults/religions/mass groups? How do you come up with these groups?
-- Thoughtful Writer
In other words, what you want to know is:
How do you build a Story from an Idea?
Let's begin by breaking this huge pile of questions down to smaller, bite-sized pieces...
How do you develop an idea?
I start with a Climactic Event.
-- My ideas may originate from anything at all; from a piece of music to a picture I saw on the 'net, but to make a Story from those ideas I start with What I Want to Happen at the very heart of my story -- a central Climactic/Crisis Event. I t
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I am currently a high school student and live in California. I have drawn all my life and am especially found of science fiction and fantasy. I specialize in digital art and hope one day to go to art school, or at least take a graphics course. My main major I plan on obtaining is a degree in paleontology and astronomy.
If you have nay questions note me!
Favourite style of art: Digitial art
Personal Quote: "Now, that would be telling, wouldn't it?"
If I wish to give a thanks or kindness to someone I will give them a drawing of some kind. I implore that you do NOT ask for a gift. (then it's not a gift then is it?)
Point commissions open!
All real money that I earn with commissions are going toward my college fund!
I'm always open to requests from my real friends in real life.
Frequently asked Questions
What art program do you use?
What kind of tablet do you have?
Are you taking requests?
How old are you?
What is your favorite kind of art?
Digital, but I respect and admire all forms of art.
When will you open commissions?
Please read the information below before asking any questions!
Extra characters, another 80 points
*must supply me with a reference if you wish for me to draw your oc or something very particular.
Things I will do;
Canines, felines, fantasy, any animal if supplied with a reference.
Fantasy creatures, dragons, griffons, etc.
Original characters (MUST supply a reference/description!)
Reference sheets for characters
Things I will NOT do!
machinery or human made objects
humans (I'm not confident enough)
MLP fan characters or anything 'pony' related.
sexually explicit scenes
extremely graphic and violent scenes
anything against a certain group, I will not do sexism, racism, or any other form of discrimination.
If you are interested note me with your username, email and what you would like. I will then give you a thumbnail and if you approve you will pay half of the full price. Then I will finish the image and note you, I will do any last adjustments and email you the full resolution image to you. At this time you will complete the transaction and pay the last half. I will then upload a lower resolution image onto DeviantART unless specified otherwise. The image can be used as you like, but cannot be;
reposted and claimed as your own
signature cannot be altered or erased
resold for profit
Due credit must be given for the artwork
Unsure? Feel free to note me!
interested? Note me!
Point prices are based on the DeviantART point system. 80 points = 1$. Prices are negotiable depending on complexity and addition of characters. The more complex the image, the higher the cost. I will not lower my prices simply upon request however, my work is worth more than a dollar.
IMPORTANT: there is a difference between wanting a drawing of an invented creature and a creature design reference sheet. A creature design reference sheet is a scientific illustration, a painting with basic information on the creatures diet, habitat, and behavior and well as a scale reference with an added more detailed description of the creature in the images description. There is typically no background, and it is a profile image.
A creature design reference sheet is different from you original character who happens to be a fantasy creature. The creature design reference sheet is an image and description of what the SPECIES AS A WHOLE look and behave like, not of an individual. And no jewelry, trinkets, scars or characteristics of an individual unless it's part of the creatures anatomy.
The creature design reference sheet is meant to be REALISTIC. As in, it should look plausible, as though the creature could exist in reality. There are modifications of course, but the goal is for me to bring to life a plausible looking animal.