|One of my better works from my "pixelated images" series.|
A Take on the PlatitudeViolence neverA Take on the Platitude by TheDizzyDan
Is the answer, but it is
Always an option.
Odd Hours, Odd Scent MixesCinnamon doughnutsOdd Hours, Odd Scent Mixes by TheDizzyDan
And fried chicken help to mask
|This is probably one of my most inspired writings. Give it a read.|
I have a habit of speaking very formally. I am a goofball in real life who focuses very seriously on his academics.
The best way to get my attention here is by speaking to me. I'm a llama trader, so usernames pretty much look all the same to me now. Okay, that's an exaggeration, but I think you get the point. I appreciate all faves that I get on my artwork, but I don't respond to them; I have too many other things to do and people to address. Speaking to me directly is practically a surefire means of grabbing my attention, and I love to talk, so one could say I'm here for conversation as well as for art.
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 an amateur voice actor, I would be glad to be of service. I am your average kind of nonprofessional with a pop guard and studio microphone who records in a basement; not a recording studio, but I am very diligent. 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 do audio readings sometimes! You can find me on YouTube here: www.youtube.com/c/creepypastas…
As you may see in my gallery, I do write from time to time. I hope you enjoy what I have to offer in the literature field. I have several poems, prosaic poems, and prose works. My first (and currently only) DD was a literature submission. I've written a dark fan-ficiton for My Little Pony, but I don't consider myself a very hardcore writer, or Brony, for that matter. I upload essays I've done for school, and I very rarely feel inspired to write. However, when I am, I am usually very satisfied with my work, and I'm sure something I've done will speak to you.
Photography is the other thing I do. Mostly, it's sky and landscape pictures; whatever I happen to catch happening above me I tend to take a picture of if I think it's nice.
I do llamas for llamas, but I neither do WATCH for WATCH nor FAVE for FAVE. I reserve these to my personal tastes.
In light of a new trend I've been seeing among some of the people I've traded llamas with, I'm publicly going to state a certain point of conduct. Beware: if I catch that I've received a notification from you that you've watched me and I find that, a day or two later, you are no longer watching me, I will promptly add you to my block list without a single word spoken between us. I will not tolerate spam, and I will resent you for abusing the feature. ^-^ If you somehow miss the llama button and hit the watch button instead, just tell me you accidentally watched me, and I won't mistake you for a spammer.
I am extremely busy with my schoolwork and rarely am on for long periods of time. I am also willing to proofread 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.
(Tenor, Alto, and Soprano)
Let May 19, 2016 mark the day I passed actuarial Exam P on my first attempt. I feel pretty good.
I had Five Guys to celebrate and a diet grape Faygo from Sheetz to celebrate. I always thought they ought to make a diet variety because there's so much sugar in it. I'm glad to discover that they have, and it's pretty tasty.
My family's happy for me, and I'm pretty proud. I think I really nailed that exam. I'll get the exact score in about eight weeks, they said, but the form I got in the end said that I scored sufficiently well to secure a passing grade.
At the testing center they offered over-ear noise cancellers for test-takers. I put mine on as immediately as I was allowed, and I was glad for it. There were so many sick people in there! In addition to all the coughing, sniffling, and sneezing, there was this one guy in there who kept making these unearthly sounds at regular intervals to the point where I could almost predict when he'd make the next sound. Those headphones helped a good deal, though. I didn't recognize any actuarial students from my university in the waiting room or in the exam room, from what I could tell.
Hopefully, this means I will be able to move on to doing more audio readings and getting back to a number of you people on here I have neglected to respond to in lieu of studying and trying to keep a level head about the exam.