My books history and other stuffCreation of their world:My books history and other stuff by bronzedrag0n
Their world was a gas giant two billion years ago. The reason why it turned into a living stable planet is that a meteorite containing a crystals that I haven't thought of a name of yet collided with it. The crystals emits an aura that they call soul, the soul aura turned the gas into lava and the meteorite survived. A billion years later when the lava finally cooled off another meteorite containing ice with ameba in it collided with the planet. The amebas evolved into the inhabitants of the planet after another billion years.
The inhabitants of the world:
some of the amebas did evolve into humans. Some of the animals that evolved with the humans were affected by the soul which made them evolve into half human and half animal also know as Anthros. The animals that evolved were all the animals that evolved on our planet. Other animals that evolved are mythical creatures which includes Hydras, Dragons, Griffons, Centaurs, Giants, and Chimeras. They als
Why Cynical Improvement Is Bad For YouSince we're on the subject of taboos, I feel it necessary to talk about this one. This one pisses me off and it's very much a cornerstone to a bigger issue with our artistic community: The idea and assumption that as an artist you MUST improve at all times. 24/7. No exceptions. Every work you produce must be 10x better than your last. You must constantly strive for perfection. To ignore this "truth" is to commit the terrible sin of rejecting the very concept of improvement, and you will never break out of your "comfort zone."Why Cynical Improvement Is Bad For You by TomPreston
I'm here to tell you that this is hogwash.
You should strive to improve. Never say that I don't encourage improvement. It's why you go to school, why you go to college, and why after college you continue to work on your art. You always want to be better. The problem is that far too many people have a strictly binary concept of what "better" is and on how to "improve."
First off, there is no pinnacle of perfection. There is no