Protection of InnocenceDrak grumbled to himself as the knock sounded on the door to the study. He cast it a quick glare from his paperwork. Perhaps whoever it was would just leave him be.. He had enough on his mind as it was. His eyes turned back over the parchment lain out across his desk, scrawling a few marks over them here and there with his quill. -Just- as he was focused back on his work, the knock sounded again.Protection of Innocence by *The-Zombie-Cat
Drak swore, slamming the quill down onto the desk and huffily pushing his chair away from the desk. He rose to his feet, striding across the room as his stress level easily increased. He swung open the door, settling a glare on whoever was fool enough to disturb him.
Aldaca. The Citadel's primary resident healer. Drak tilted his head a bit, first in curiosity. Though the look on the undead priest's face, coupled with the fact he hadn't seen any of those truly important to him, for the past few hours.. Drak's curiosity faded instantly into panic, and he quickly stepped aside, allowing Aldaca to
How To Draw v1.3Part 1: What is Drawing?How To Draw v1.3 by *spoonbard
This is how I've come to understand the act of drawing. Its best to first set the semantics (the specific meaning of the words) straight, so there are no crossed purposes.
By 'drawing' I mean loosely the act of making visually representative marks on a surface.
Anyone can draw. Anyone can attempt to recreate what they see in front of them - or a scene they imagine - by making marks on a piece of paper. If you hear someone say "I can't draw", slap them for me. As long as they have a moving part to which a pencil can be taped, they can draw.
However, "attempt" is the operative word here... because that's all a