EoSDA - PrologueEoSDA 0.0 : "Wanted: The Scarlet Devil"EoSDA - Prologue by ex-cirkuu
"Like hell you ar- oh wait. Come in Kirisame. You too, Reimu"
As Marisa barged through the door, Reimu wordlessly followed her in to be greeted by an office-like atmosphere. Despite being an apartment flat, its only hints of home was the kitchenette, which had, among other things, an ornate tea pot on top of one of the counters. In the middle of the room, a few sofas and chairs surrounded a coffee table, with a few file cabinets and antiques off to the side and papers scattered about for good measure.
What really made it feel like an office, however, was the sturdy oak desk and the large stacks of papers on it. With the two residents Crocette and Romanova reading and sorting papers upon papers full of legalese, Reimu wondered if they actually sleep here at all.
Sitting down on the sofa closer to the desk, Reimu soon found out how laughably easy it was to fall asleep on the sofa, but she decided against voicing that fact out loud.
How To Give Better Comment - (Edited Version)Ever wanted to know the key in giving better comments? Tired of your ordinary short phrases that go no where, and have no point? If you are trying to improve your comments, look no further than this guide here.How To Give Better Comment - (Edited Version) by ZirTuan
How To Give Better Comments
During our visit here at deviantART, upon submitting our deviations, what is expected next? Comments! However, here's a little fun past-time activity: take all the excellent, if not better, deviations comments in your gallery. Now take a look at all the deviation comments you've ever received. You will notice that good comments don't happen as often as they should. Although we all want good comments and to be better commenters ourselves, we have to act upon it instead of just sitting around and hoping to receiving nice comments after submitting something. Give, to receive.
Here I show you the basic concept of commenting, to make yourself a better commenter; and I don't mean being a 'good' commenter since everyone comments in his or her own way. That i