The Peacekeepers: ProloguePROLOGUEThe Peacekeepers: Prologue by FictionChick
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They were everywhere, and of every type imaginable. Sand trickled through hourglasses while candle clocks flickered and burned. What at first glance appeared to be a fountain was in fact an ancient Egyptian water clock, measuring time through drips. Medieval astronomical clocks loomed high on the walls, their Zodiac circles and moving figures adding a pagan air to the room.
They sat on mantels, tables, and the floor. Table clocks, carriage clocks. Long-case, turret, and skeleton clocks. Cuckoo clocks.
Synchronized, their collective tick—or boom, as it were—vibrated in Leander Blackwood’s chest and jarred his thoughts, as though each tick counted down the seconds of his life. The study was dark save for the sunlight that filtered in through a high window of leaded and beveled glass. The shafts of light, murky with dust, glinted off brass, silver, and gold.
How to get InspiredCommunity WeekHow to get Inspired by meiyue
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Have you ever had one of those times when you really feel like drawing but had no idea what to draw? Or have you ever had an artblock you've desperately wanted to get rid of? Art is super fun, but it sucks when you just can't draw when you really want to. Here are a few of mine and a few other artists' tips to get inspired, and hopefully it'll help you!
Okay let's start!
1. Make an OC
OCs, or original characters, are a great source of inspiration. If you have none, make one! It's super fun to design your own character, especially since it's original so you can go crazy with it! Think up a personality for your OC, as well as their hobbies and interests, and even a back story, so that they seem real. Whenever you're out of ideas to draw, you can draw your OC. If your OC is well-developed, you might even develop a loving for them and long to draw them all the time .
2. Make Adoptables