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Parkour Monster MashIt was just a normal night in Ikebukuro as the citizens gathered around the center of the city to ring in the New Year and to watch the ball drop on the big screen. There was cheerful chaos all abound as the bars and the restaurants were quickly filled with party-goers and aside from a few drunken fist-fights, everything was peaceful. Suddenly, a huge explosion rocked the city, shocking the celebrating people to a standstill as a colorful, wacky looking woman with pink, punk-rocker hair jumped from the smoke and equally colorful and strange looking beings started to appear from the alleyways, surrounding the crowd. There was a pregnant pause for a good five minutes before there was a roar of applause from the crowd.Parkour Monster Mash by DarkPika-Sama
“BOOM!” roared the weird being. “HEEEEEY, IKEBUKURO! Y’ALL HAVING A GOOD TIME?! MY NAME IS BAKUCHIKU ‘AN ME ‘AN MY POSSE ARE HERE ‘TA PARRRRRRRTAY!! SO ARE YA READY, KIDS?!”
The crowd roared again, this time with more gusto. A
Welcome to Crossover Hell!Welcome to Crossover Hell! Don't let the name fool you, it's not going to be one of the crack-cross fics. This idea was thought of back in my freshman/sophomore years when I was young and still new to crossovers. This was originally supposed to be a crossover between Shonen Jump, Phoenix Wright, Umineko and Higurashi but I threw that in the backburner for three reasons:Welcome to Crossover Hell! by DarkPika-Sama
1. I was too busy to do it.
2. Most of the series were incompatible with each other and there were way too many.
3. I was still new to the Umineko/Higurashi series (I kept chickening myself out of watching the series but eventually I steeled myself and actually ended being a fan).
Now, I can actually write this and it isn't as big as I had originally thought. In fact, here's the general plan of the series:
1. Take the plot of the Umineko series.
2. Take the characters of said series.
3. Now throw in some of the characters from the following series: Higurashi, Death Note, Yu-Gi-Oh! (original) and Reborn!.
4. Have them me
Worlds Collide - Prologue-Ch.5- Author's Note -Worlds Collide - Prologue-Ch.5 by DarkPika-Sama
Friends, readers, internet...lend me your eyes for you're about to read a crossover written once on a blue moon...or at least, after reading way too many Marvel/DC crossovers and Shonen Jump comics in which case the latter was the result of this fanfic. There will be laughter, excitement, tears and fan service. If that doesn't get you, there's always the multitude of pairings that never fails to cause a bitch-fight among friends or a divorce between lovers. Anyway, enjoy the fan fiction and if you don't like it...well, then there's nothing I can do in that case except give you a virtual box of assorted cookies as a consolation prize for reading anyway.
All the characters, locations and plots of the many series used in this crossover all belong collectively to Shonen Jump and individually to their respectful owners so please support the official release(s) of the series they belong to. Ai Enma and her helpers are from the series Hell Girl and thus also
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Avoid getting ripped off by a client.As a freelancer most of your business takes place online, which makes it really easyAvoid getting ripped off by a client. by Suzanne-Helmigh
for people to rip you off. How many times have we seen the following scenario's:
1- Someone offers a descent payment for your artwork but wants you to do an art-test first.
after the art-test you're being told you're not good enough. Later you find out that other people
got to do different art-test topics and also weren't good enough. The client clearly ripped people off to get free artwork.
2- Someone offers good money for your artwork. The sketch gets approved so you continue working. Right when it's done the total image suddenly becomes a great disappointment and the client ends up not paying you.
These were just 2 examples of situations that happen a lot to freelancers. There are many more like it.
How to detect if a client is a bit fishy...
Does their email address look professional? Some legit people may use their Gmail address, with their real name or nickname, those are questionabl
When someone brings your art down...Putting our art out there makes us very vulnerable, especially when you've made something close to your heart. Perhaps something of your own fantasy, a story, a fan fiction your passionate about?When someone brings your art down... by Suzanne-Helmigh
As much as most of us really want to improve, we also simply want to make art because we love it and when we share it there is a slight hope there is someone out there who will love it too.
There are all kinds of ways other people can bring you down by saying something about your art, or by doing nothing at all! Perhaps YOU are even part of making someone feel down and you're not realizing it!
The harsh critique.
This person might want to help you or simply likes to bring you down. In either case this person will write in length about your lack of technique, uniqueness and/or skill.
Respond option: Thanks but no thanks! Tell this person you appreciate the time spend on their post, but you rather hear constructive critique instead
And then I returned...It's been a while since I've been actively online.And then I returned... by DamaiMikaz
But even though temporary, it did changed my perspective on some matters.
It's weird how much the internet can become an influence, and how this process goes so unnoticed. At a certain point the countless voices of people around you blend into a continuous buzz. A buzz that you soon get so familiar with that you forget there was a life before it. I guess that's what social media does in general; creating a buzz. An artificial need for you to continuously be online and check your messages, because you might just miss something otherwise. Life, in general, has become so infused with the internet that it sometimes scares me. I'm part of the internet industry. Hell, I even made it my job! But even I sometimes find myself wondering where the time has gone that I could work on an artwork for hours straight, without feeling that creeping itch to check my messages.
The last few weeks before the break, I've repeatedly felt bad about
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