About me · 6:22pm
I’m relatively speaking, new to the Brony community. Or at least for the part of the community who participates in doing art and fanfics.
It’s because of My little Pony that I started to draw again and reactivated my deviant art profile
There isn’t much artwork there tough and I’m by no means a good artist, but I try to improve myself and keep on practicing until my drawing are more presentable than they’re now. I even got myself a graphic tablet! (don’t expect to come from this source too soon tough)
I registered in FimFiction for almost the same reason as I did for deviant art. To have a platform where I can improve my skill, mainly in writing English about a pleasurable topic. I’m not an native speaker and I really have troubles with the English grammar. So I decided to mix up the funny with the strenuous and “learn English” while writing about those adorable ponies =:}
I guess much to the demise of those who actually try to read what I produce, but you have been warned now :P
Helpful hints and tips how to improve in my stories (I guess it would be most likely grammar) are greatly appreciated.
I’m also a very slow writer and words come hard to me. It takes some time to write, or even think of an original story, so when I start a new story I won’t be able to update them every couple days. Once a week would already be quite fast for me ^^’
You have been warned about this one to!
Mostly I’m just content to read several fanfics at once here and give some lengthy comments for stories I think it’s worth the effort.
Maybe this is the wrong term to use here (You’ll have this quite often with me, I try to express something and don’t find the right words for it)
I like a wide array of stories and when I’m going to give a response to a story it is most likely a story where I can find good and bad things about it, or if the topic of the story itself is highly discussable and have much room to think about it.
I usually won’t comment stories which are either outstanding good or outstanding … not so good.
I take it by the premise “Don’t talk if you don’t have something nice to say.”
If I give critics I always try to be as polite as possible and appreciate it, when the replies or critics of my stories are as polite as mine.
For all who wonders why I like to comment stories although I’m not a native speaker, nor studied in literature or anything the like. Well, it’s because I can :p And even someone who can’t cook could still judge a meal that was presented. It helps to be a cook and improves the valuation, but it isn’t a necessity at all (tough you need a sense of taste). And I take it as an advantage to read awesome stories, think about them, try to find things that could be improved, what was done well, what was done badly and maybe be able to incorporate it in my future writings.
Now that all of it is in my Blog I don’t need to write it every time in the description of my future work and drive potential readers away ^^