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Daniel
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I am not a very true artist, just one who likes to see pictures. I have an inappreciable ability to draw, and I have very little interest in developing my skills in the field of visual art. If anything, I am much more into the fields of theatre acting and singing, for they are my main artistic passions. I am both enthralled and intimidated by the community here since it so large and variable. I have not yet found my niche in any community, but chances are that I have stepped in at least a small part of most.

I am interested in the business of voice acting, so, if you need a voice actor, I would be glad to be of service. I am willing to provide contact information to anyone considering me for a voice actor role or tryout. Additionally, I am interested in doing audio readings for anyone (be it CreepyPasta, poetry, prose, or whatever it is). I also love to sing.

I do llamas for llamas, but I neither do WATCH for WATCH nor FAVE for FAVE. I reserve these to my personal tastes.

I am extremely busy with my schoolwork and rarely am on for long periods of time. I am also willing to proofread (free of charge) for anyone who can afford to wait until I acquire the time to get to proofreading the work. I find it is an enjoyable and helpful way to employ my skill in orthography, diction, and grammar when my creativity is devoted to non-writing ends. Anyone interested should feel free to send me a note, expressing his or her interest, on this site, and we can become acquainted and discuss the business.

I use Dogecoin.
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  • Mood: Neutral
  • Listening to: http://youtu.be/xyDKezDLGTM
  • Reading: "Robinson Crusoe"
  • Watching: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it, as usual
All's fairly well in my part, I suppose.  I have a group project I'm trying to sort out for my English class, but most of my work is squared away.  I'm planning on suggesting "The Streets of Whiterun" from Skyrim as the definitive choice for my graduating class's senior class song.  I've recognized the root of a lot of inner conflicts I have with myself, and I'm currently working to fix them.  Although my tone is dark, I'm fairly hopeful.

As alluded to in my previous journal entry, I've joined the legion of Bronies.  Some episodes have inspired me to embark on probably the largest fictional work I have ever written.  I intend to compose and upload a fan fiction with a setting in Equestria.  It's a darker kind of piece centered around an original character, Zeta Cherrypaste, who is a defrocked Changeling hunter.  It is in the style of a journal.  I have about two entries written so far, and these two, combined, amount to over 6,100 words.

I embarked on writing it because I don't get inspiration very often, and I've been satisfied with what few works I've wrought in inspiration's forge.

That's the announcement.  This will be the first fan fiction I have ever written, and I hope it pleases people, as I hope all my works do.  I'll be posting it to here and Fimfiction, as I hope to reach a fairly sizable audience.

Whenever I do fictional-type works like these, I often catch myself studying author's help pages and the like even though I'm already enveloped in my work.  I understand every word they say, but the advice can get contradictory at times, and I begin to question the worthiness of my writings when I realize that I don't consciously consider every single aspect of my writing.

Still, I have been encouraged by feedback from those who've read my plot preview and my first entry, and I can't wait to have it full and compiled to upload.  Until then, I wish you all the best in your work.  I'll be on here rather infrequently because I'm devoting my free time to accomplishing this story.

Anybody with comments should let me know.  That I am I'm writing doesn't make me deaf, but, when there is nothing to hear, I cannot discern otherwise.

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I see Rainbow Dash a-flyin',
She's doing loop-De-loops
And Celesia yells to me,
Says, "You blame fool!"
I'm stuck in Equestria Prison.
No friendship in this sty.
When I hear Pinkie Pie scream "Hi!"
I hang my mane and cry.

When I was just a colt,
My mother told me, "Son,
Always be good foal,
Don't you ever play with spells."
But I released Discord.
He seemed like a swell guy.
Hey, he's hangin' with a pony...
Oh, wait, that's Fluttershy!

I bet there's ponies partyin',
Prob'ly havin' a ball,
Eatin' their cupcakes,
The party's not very far
Away from the prison.
That's where I wish to be.
But those ponies won't stop singin',
And that's what tortures me.

Well, if they gave me back my freedom
If I could roam the fields again,
I think my exuberance
Would make even Maud Pie grin.
But that's just a dream now;
For now I gotta do my time.
My magic cleans the streets up
'Til there's no dirt or grime.
Equestria Prison Blues by Johnny TwoBits
A humorous parody of Johnny Cash's "Folsom Prison Blues" written by :iconr-dively: and :iconthedizzydan: in our spare time during chorus class.  This is what happens when a new Brony tries to resurrect another one by means of a common idol.

Unofficial music video available on YouTube.com for the lulz:  youtu.be/mDU12-Ep_Ck

Idea credit for the song goes to "The Lone Wolf" Rusty.  Lyrics were composed by the both of us.
Intellectual property credits belong to Johnny Cash and his family for the original piece, which is not property to either of us.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and its characters belong to Hasbro, Lauren Faust, et al.
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  • Mood: Neutral
  • Listening to: http://youtu.be/xyDKezDLGTM
  • Reading: "Robinson Crusoe"
  • Watching: Whose Line Is It Anyway?
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it, as usual
All's fairly well in my part, I suppose.  I have a group project I'm trying to sort out for my English class, but most of my work is squared away.  I'm planning on suggesting "The Streets of Whiterun" from Skyrim as the definitive choice for my graduating class's senior class song.  I've recognized the root of a lot of inner conflicts I have with myself, and I'm currently working to fix them.  Although my tone is dark, I'm fairly hopeful.

As alluded to in my previous journal entry, I've joined the legion of Bronies.  Some episodes have inspired me to embark on probably the largest fictional work I have ever written.  I intend to compose and upload a fan fiction with a setting in Equestria.  It's a darker kind of piece centered around an original character, Zeta Cherrypaste, who is a defrocked Changeling hunter.  It is in the style of a journal.  I have about two entries written so far, and these two, combined, amount to over 6,100 words.

I embarked on writing it because I don't get inspiration very often, and I've been satisfied with what few works I've wrought in inspiration's forge.

That's the announcement.  This will be the first fan fiction I have ever written, and I hope it pleases people, as I hope all my works do.  I'll be posting it to here and Fimfiction, as I hope to reach a fairly sizable audience.

Whenever I do fictional-type works like these, I often catch myself studying author's help pages and the like even though I'm already enveloped in my work.  I understand every word they say, but the advice can get contradictory at times, and I begin to question the worthiness of my writings when I realize that I don't consciously consider every single aspect of my writing.

Still, I have been encouraged by feedback from those who've read my plot preview and my first entry, and I can't wait to have it full and compiled to upload.  Until then, I wish you all the best in your work.  I'll be on here rather infrequently because I'm devoting my free time to accomplishing this story.

Anybody with comments should let me know.  That I am I'm writing doesn't make me deaf, but, when there is nothing to hear, I cannot discern otherwise.
  • Mood: Zest
  • Reading: "Animal Farm" again
  • Watching: MLP
  • Drinking: Water, lots of it, as usual
I'm back from my over 2-week-long absence from this site.  A substantial length of time has passed since I've previously spoken with a great deal of you on here, but I must tell you all that I've sorely missed speaking with you.

My school's autumn production is over and done now; we performed a great show with the quality "of any community theatre" worth seeing in our area, according to our director.  We were consistent each night, too.  As always, there were some mistakes and blunders, but the audience didn't detect them.  Even my hard-to-please grandfather came to see our show twice.  It was an excellent opportunity for me to play a character not my type, and our cast is pretty close now.

Placing aside my usual complaint about the fact that I never got to see the play because I was in it, I was disappointed with the sheer paucity of spectators we had.  Granted, our very first show night was the same night as the school football team's playoff game.  However, we advertised our play in an exceptionally organized fashion, and several of my friends going to the game told me they would see the show the following evening, but most broke their pledge.

I nearly got myself killed on the night of the last show when I drove to Little Caesars for dinner.  I judged my time right and wasn't being reckless, but I came within a second of ruining that night.

The school week this week for me lasts three days.  I'm off for the next four, so I'll be able to catch up on here.

My application just got accepted to the second of the two universities I especially would like to attend.

I'm reading Animal Farm by George Orwell for English class.  It's the second time I've read it, and it's as good as I remembered it to be.  I might read some more of his writing.  We'll also read 1984; it's why we're reading its predecessor.  As part of some outside research on the USSR, I'll probably listen to some of the big names in Russian music of the time and maybe transition into a deeper inquiry into Tchaikovsky's work, too.

I've found out that my lower singing range has expanded.

I've caught Brony-bola.  I honestly thought I could hold out longer than I did, but I've joined "The Herd," as some have called it.  It's a poignant thing: I can hear metaphorical doors shutting and opening as I systematically run through all of the episodes from season one to wherever the online episode provider stops.  The last episode I've watched featured Rainbow Dash reading in spite of her preconception that only "eggheads" read.  This inspired me to pick up a book myself: Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.  I've never read the book, but I figure that, since it's a classic, I'll probably like it.

Major purchases I've made recently include: four bottles of Forever Mints, a case of 12 24-oz bottles of sarsaparilla (you can bet MLP prompted me), sheet music for "Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child" and "Amid the Fallen Snow."

A little while back I felt compelled to write in my personal journal.  That usually doesn't happen.  I think I was having a hard time falling asleep, so I sought an activity that would drive me to sleepiness.

Beyond journals, essays, and rare, inspired works, I will probably not add much writing content to this site.  I really don't think I relish writing so much as to do so regularly.

I suppose that's everything.  I'll probably be available to talk for the next few days.  I'm getting to outstanding messages as soon as I'm done composing this.
Generic Night Photograph 1 by TheDizzyDan
Generic Night Photograph 1
Taken on a night during the summer during a super moon or something.  Feedback is appreciated on these.  I know my camera's quality of image-taking is limited for the night, but I think the fuzzy lines give a creepy impression.
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Thank you very much for the llama! :)
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You're quite welcome, and thank you for the llama badge in return!
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:party: :cake: :squee: Happy birthday! :squee: :cake: :party:
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Thank you very much!  I had an excellent day.
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Thank you for the llama! Now a llama in return~
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You're quite welcome, and thank likewise for the llama you sent me.
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