The Art Of Being FabulousThe art of being Fabulous:The Art Of Being Fabulous by Mistovermoon
Step one, watch Austin Powers, something Monty Python-related, preferably "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" and Get Smart. The secrets to being fabulous are locked away in these sacred films of old.
Step two, every day when you wake up, decide what word you are going to be. For example, I woke up today and decided I was going to be studious. I could have decided I was going to be happy, excited, understanding or inspired. Do NOT wake up and tell yourself you are going to be fabulous yet, for YOU ARE NOT READY MY PUPIL.
Step three, do something you enjoy every day. This is arguably the most important step in being fabulous. This can be a simple thought that makes you happy, a food that you particularly enjoy, or an activity that you love.
Step four, keep a diary or calendar to make sure you know when stressful events are coming up, like exams or a job interview, so that you can prepare the day befor
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I'm Drosera-sundews. Just your friendly, neighbourhood pseudo-scientist. You can call me Sundews, or Loes (that's Dutch, pronounced as 'loser' without the "R"). Or anything else that at least sounds like my name, be creative
I am 19 years old, Dutch and a second year biology student. Biology and art are more or less my two great passions in life. I draw and write in my cheap ass student room inbetween dozens of practica and lectures, it can get hecktic, but I manage
I make mostly fantasy art. Both digital and traditional, and also do literature, animating and crafting on occasion. I love dragons and draw them a lot, you'll find loads of them in my gallery, but I also draw a loads of other stuff and experiment quite regularly. Better not trust your expectations XD
Garden - noun gar·den \ˈgär-dən\
A garden is an area, usually outdoors, reserved for display, cultivation and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The most common variant nowadays is the residential garden, for which the term ‘garden’ is commonly used. But also zoos are a type of garden, displaying animals. A botanical garden on the other hand holds (exotic) plants.
Gardens are not to be confused with nature reserves, which are merely pieces of wildland under protection. Even though this is also true for a garden, there is a significant difference. Where the reserve is left to it’s own devices, a garden is strictly regulated in order not to let the many creatures within compete with each other and keep them in a balance of sorts, allowing many more species to share the same ground than would be logically possible. This balance, however, is very frail. A garden left unattended will over time revert back to wilderness, with many species being driven out in the process.
This is a day too late, whoops. I actually had it done but when I got to the uploading part I got distracted by exams and lightning. Also a farm at the end of the road caught on fire (no one got hurt, fortunately, but it was scary).
My friends have kicked the bucket earlier this week, now I'm the only one doing this challenge, I wonder if I can sit it out. I think not. </i>
“Ah yes, well, I certainly see your point. But the thing is, staying silent, it won’t really get you anywhere. We have time, you see, loads of time. And we’re getting paid by the hour. So you just stay silent and we will wait, how does that sound?”
I didn’t feel like doing this one. Rooms, you know. So I drew dragons instead. However, they are detective dragons, so it still counts.
Simple and Nywe! Yeey! It's always fun to draw some old OC's again
No planet lasts forever. This is common knowledge among the inhabitants of our galaxy. On the scale of life the stars and planets may very well be immortal, yet, they are not. All stars die someday, and with it, their planets are sterilized. Completely swept clean of all lifeforms.
These planets, however, are quite all right with ceising to exist. Their lifeforms, driven by eons of persistence, are not.
Which once again underlines the importance of spaceships. Many lifeforms inhabiting their motherplanet will not be able to fully comprehend the importance of space ships, seeing them merely as a mode of transportation. However, when a species’ mother planet is destroyed and there is no where to transport back to, the only possible way to survive is to take up permanent residence among the stars. Spaceships, previously only a mode of transportation, suddenly become a homebase, a living, breathing ecosystem, a small shard of planet, surviving.
These ‘living ships’ differ a lot, depending on their planet of origin, residental species and of course buildplan. They are, however, some reappearing motifs.
The first being their AI’s. Not only charged with flying but also with climate control and the well being of their cargo, the AI’s of living ships are extremely advanced. They are charged with making decisions, have morals downloaded to their bases, and posses and intelligence much, much greater than their original makers.
The AI’s of living ships are also uniformely named after the gods or godesses of their now dead planets of origin. This purely on coincidence, of course. But then again, the similarities are striking.
Another reoccuring trent is the priorities of the AI’s. Their first priority is their cargo. It is always their cargo. To keep their residents alive a living ship will literally go as far as to strip other planets of their organic matter. Leaving them bare. Be wary.