Hey fellow artist, just want to give a brief question.
What is it that you want to happen here on DA? or better yet, What do you want to be here on this site?
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This is JutaWi
also known as J. Lovelace
I like to draw
Karma: Baes by JutaWi SAB: Those two by JutaWiSAB: Rude. by JutaWi
SAB: Casual Biseko by JutaWiSAB HAN Scarf by JutaWiKarma: A promise by JutaWi 05. Seeking solace by JutaWi
This guy I swear... by JutaWi Anvil by JutaWiFEAR: Rene by JutaWiSAB: Peace out, brother. by JutaWiSAB: Casual Vito by JutaWiSAB HAN: Waiter by JutaWi
overall I just love to draw guys
Sometimes I throw in a small animation too
InfinityBreathe in galaxies, let constellations tangle in our hair, touch the starlight.Infinity by SECRET-NINJA-SUPER-M
We are eternal now.
First 20 Comments Gets a Haiku Poem!NOTE: ALL 20 SLOTS HAVE BEEN FILLED! THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO COMMENTED!First 20 Comments Gets a Haiku Poem! by British-Prophetess
I'm offering 20 free haiku poems for the first 20 people that comments on this journal entry!
If you want your haiku to be based on a word prompt or even a picture prompt, then please do let me know in the comments and I'll see what I can do for you If you don' t know what a haiku is, then here is the definition:
"Haiku is an unrhymed, syllabic form adapted from the Japanese: three lines of 5, 7 and 5 syllables. Because it is so brief, a haiku is necessarily imagistic, concrete and pithy, juxtaposing two images in a very few words to create a single crystalline idea." (Taken from this useful website: poetry.about.com/od/poeticform…)
Below are the open slots:
1. :iconPrincesseKitCat: - Chocolate
2. :iconToadetteQueenKoopa: - Fire
3. :iconCRUMVIII: - Gynoid
4. :iconJMilkyway: - Outerspace
5. :iconDaUKAnimalLover: - Waterfall
6. :iconMiss-Ponkishitu: - Bonnie from FNAF
The First Time I Saw Him Part 2‘I wanna fall in love, but all my tears have been used up on another love’The First Time I Saw Him Part 2 by CupofCharlie
- Tom Odell.
Despite the fact that I still felt ridiculously embarrassed, his words proved to be very reassuring and made me feel a lot less self-conscious. I felt very thankful toward him for that. My cheeks began to soften in colour; not quite the violent scarlet they had initially turned. I still felt slightly flushed, though I couldn’t quite explain why. When he attempted to keep the conversation going by asking my name, I couldn’t help but feel suddenly shy. I wasn’t sure whether he was just being polite or if he was genuinely interested in me. The thought that he might be interested caused my stomach to flutter ever so subtly. His mannerisms were all very laid back and casual – nonchalantly slipping his hand into his pocket for instance – but I couldn’t shrug off the feeling that perhaps he was trying to play it cool.
I cleared my throat before