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  • Wesley M
    Published about 15 hours ago
    102 Drawing Prompts

    102 Drawing Prompts

    Thinking of new things to paint or draw is hard, so let me do the thinking for you! Here are 102 prompts to draw something interesting and thought-provoking. You might even draw something that speaks to your inner being and ignites your passion for artistry once again.
  • Indie Films Dee
    Published a day ago
    How to support independent cinema during the COVID-19 pandemic

    How to support independent cinema during the COVID-19 pandemic

    1. Buy or rent indie films across streaming platforms
  • Jonathan Sim
    Published 2 days ago
    A Male Screenwriter's Guide to Writing Female Characters

    A Male Screenwriter's Guide to Writing Female Characters

    I'm Jonathan Sim, and I'm a screenwriter. I'm not a professional, but I have a few years of experience writing feature-length scripts, and I am writing about a topic that has been bugging me recently.
  • Darlene
    Published about a month ago
    Why Watching Anime Through Headphones May Be A Better Experience
  • Brooke Le Breton
    Published about a month ago
    Reading in a Pandemic

    Reading in a Pandemic

    So, we are all well aware by now that the world is not doing too well. Things aren’t great to say the least. We are living in an anxiety fuelled time, which doesn’t make creativity or concentrating particularly easy. Lots of people have been expressing their struggles with reading over the past few weeks, and I really relate. Studying English Literature as my degree means I couldn’t afford to stop reading completely, so I have had to come up with strategies to keep myself absorbing the words. Today, I want to share some of these tips in the hopes that maybe it will help a few people get reading again!
  • Larry Peemier
    Published 2 months ago
    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    How to be better at trading Yugioh cards with your friends

    Hey, you. That's right, you. I bet you're here because you keep failing at trading Yugioh cards. Sometimes a friend will end up walking away with two or three more cards than you feel comfortable with. Afterwards, I bet your pride hurts; that's fine. I understand. I'm here to help you out and teach you a couple of cool tips and tricks you can try out when it comes to asserting yourself, your intentions, and ultimately walking out on top.
  • Patrick Robinson
    Published 2 months ago
    Best Tips To Buy Cheap Tickets For Any Event

    Best Tips To Buy Cheap Tickets For Any Event

    Do you love attending events and shows? Are you a party freak? Do you enjoy watching a movie on the day it gets released? If your answer to any of the questions is yes, then you might end up spending a lot of money on buying the tickets to various events and shows in Garland or wherever you live.
  • Julia Valentina
    Published 3 months ago
    A Few Quick Tips to Help You Create the Perfect Magic System for Your Story

    A Few Quick Tips to Help You Create the Perfect Magic System for Your Story

    Lately, I‘ve been working on a TV show that includes magic and witches. And for that I needed to create my own magic system.
  • Thao Thao Tran
    Published 5 months ago
    BEAUTY OF THE SHORT STORY

    BEAUTY OF THE SHORT STORY

    First of all, it is necessary to distinguish what is short story, and what makes short stories special compared to other prose genres such as novels, novels or dissections, etc. There is a simple and popular way for readers to have It is easily distinguished: short stories are prose stories of short, neat, concise volume, often only the length of time we enjoy a cup of tea; while novels are difficult to encapsulate in just a few dozen pages.
  • Ember Joy
    Published 5 months ago
    How I create an Outline

    How I create an Outline

    Gathering Thoughts:
  • Jody McAlister
    Published 5 months ago
    How To Fail Your Survivor Audition
  • Annie Kapur
    Published 9 months ago
    A Filmmaker's Guide to Animals as Psychological Symbol