SasoDei - Ocean Blues - Part 2SasoDei - Ocean BluesSasoDei - Ocean Blues - Part 2 by AkatsukiMemberWoolfy
A Sequel to Underneath Thunderstorms
A Commission for TerraKuman97
Two days had passed since the red head's disappearance, and there was still no sign of him. Many of the Akatsuki had relinquished their search to return to the normality of the merfolk lifestyle, but Deidara and Konan had yet to give up. They had spent each day searching Sasori's usual swimming locations, but with little luck.
Deidara refused to believe that Sasori would have just left him without a single word, and Konan thought the same thing. After all, she had once had to make the decision between the ocean and the land many years before. However, chances of finding the red head grew slimmer with every day that passed.
"We're never going to find him, un!" Deidara bit his lip in dismay, but it was not dismay that he felt, but anger. "After all those years of waiting for him, and then he goes and gets himself kidnapped! He could have been eaten by a fucking shark for all we know, un!" He
SasoDei - Ocean Blues - Part 1SasoDei - Ocean BluesSasoDei - Ocean Blues - Part 1 by AkatsukiMemberWoolfy
A Sequel to Underneath Thunderstorms
A Commission for TerraKuman97
He could do it; he just knew that he could. The distance was short enough. With legs he would have been able to make the short trip with ease, but when your legs were replaced with something different, like a friggen TAIL, things got a little…complicated.
Sasori went flying through the water. While it seemed majestic in thought, in reality he looked like a worm writhing on burning concrete. He ended up swimming too close to the ocean floor, and his tail collided with a large rock. At the disturbance, Sasori went flying backwards, undergoing many non-consensual summersaults through the water as he did so. "Dammit!"
He felt like he was going to be seasick…if it were even possible for a merman to get seasick, that is.
Soon his somersaulting came to a halt, and he was left to sit on the sandy floor while he attempted to overcome his latest bout of nausea. It had been a week since t
How to disappear completelyFriday 5.30pm, and my face was pressed to the armpit of another man, with the leather strap almost cutting off the blood supply to my hand. The groin of a stranger was touching my back every time the carriage cornered. A girl breathed hot chocolate into my ear. It sounds erotic, now I think about it, but it wasn’t. The only way I can cope with that squeeze of people, the second-hand air of three hundred diseased strangers on the Jubilee Line, is by going into myself. I become utterly absorbed in the music on my ipod. Ray Davies is singing only to me. Sometimes I accidentally mouth the words and attract the disinterested but opprobrious glances of bystanders.How to disappear completely by futilitarian
There was a wasp in the carriage, battling frantic against the window to escape to the blurring black brick beyond. I watched it for five minutes by sidelong glances before it crossed into the radar of a fellow commuter. She screamed, dropped her briefcase and stood on som
8 Ways to Help You Write Without Writing1. Go for a Jog. No really, you should. Even though it is sort of built into the stereotype of writers that we should never get out-and let alone even think about being fit-perhaps it is time that you ignore that stereotype for the sake of your writing quality.8 Ways to Help You Write Without Writing by Yumiko-Shinobi
According to a study by journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, people who exercise regularly do far better on tests of creativity than those who do not exercise. More creativity means more writing ideas, so getting into shape and exercising regularly might just be the final ingredient in making your novels shine.
2. Unplug the Internet. In the famous words of an unknown writer, “'Being a good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the Internet,’ and it could not be more true. How often do you go on the internet for some research or to find a song, then suddenly find that an hour has past and you are suddenly on facebook or twitter without even knowing you did so?
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|Gimmie at least 1 point and I give you Llama XD ...Okay, so I won't give you a Llama since it won't fit in an envelope, but I'll give you a Llama badge XD|
Any Spare Points? Pwetty Pwease? With SasoDei ontop?
I've decided I will do commissions for points ^-^
Writing Commission - 100 points (see below)
-No pairings containing OC's
-I don't really mind about character sexuality; Yaoi, Yuri and Hentai are fine
-I have to agree with the pairing, and I am free to deny a commission if I do not like the pairing
-It does not have to necessarily be an Akatsuki pairing, or even a Naruto one; I have seen quite a few other anime and I like a lot of pairings from other shows, such as KuroFai, AkuRoku and DouWata
- I can write sequels to already existing stories, but only the shorter ones such as Fangs and Fur and The Goldfish, but I can deny depending on my feelings about the existing story
- If you want me to follow a specific idea or plot, I have to like it for obvious reasons
- I cannot help how long or short the story is. I'll write as much as I am able to, some stories just can't be stretched out and some cant be squished in.
- Please send me a note so we can discuss before paying
Lineart- 25 points
Coloured picture- 50 points (1 character)
55 points (2 characters)
60 (3 characters)
Send me a note if you're interested ^-^ (I dont draw explicit stuff. No full-nudity either)
^-^ thank you
Maru boldly moved his hand forward again, as if to touch the man's handsome face, but he was stopped when a sudden strong hand gripped him by the wrist. A pained groan greeted them as the man began to move, and Rann finally opened his right eye. His left remained shut as he slowly sat up, and Maru was unable to retreat to safety, for the dangerous man still held his wrist.
With his free hand, the man rubbed his forehead, as if he were trying to numb the ache he must have felt. His fingers ran through shaggy, brown hair that reached just below his ears. His fringe was strangely overgrown over the left side of his face, and it was obvious that he only shortened the fringe above his right eye. The stranger paused for a moment and looked to them blankly with his single, open eye. "Where is my eyepatch?"
"Right here!" The blonde was clearly nervous, even though he attempted to hide his anxiety behind a smile. He was holding the black material to the man with his free hand, waiting for him to take it and release him. "It is nice to meet you. My name is Maru, and before you ask I am totally, one hundred percent single!"
The guard looked at Maru blankly, taking his eye patch from him before turning his attention towards the girl. "Are you okay, ma'am?"
She blinked in surprise at the question, and quickly nodded her head. "Yeah, just a little bruised and shaken, but nothing I can't handle. How are you feeling? I hit your head pretty hard…"
"I was the one at fault, my lady. I apologize for my own actions. I fear I was not in the right mind at the time." Rann looked to the hand that still stubbornly held onto Maru's wrist, and it was as if he had only realised he was holding onto him at that moment. He let go indifferently and pulled the black material back over the left side of his face once again.
As soon as he was free, Maru had scrambled backwards, as quick as a rabbit trying to put some distance between itself and its predator. The boy paused, still staring at the stranger with both caution and uncertainty. Even so, it did not take him long to finally speak. "This girl here is called Raly, and I will be the first to thank you for saving her." He grinned at the guard from a safe distance of two metres. Maru was rubbing his freed wrist anxiously, but his smile was that same flirtatious smile that made Caralyn question her guide's intentions. "In appreciation, I should really take you out to dinner sometime."
Caralyn grabbed Maru by the arm, her expression absurd and her voice a whisper. "I thought we agreed that you wouldn't flirt with strange men you just met anymore…"
Maru shrugged and laughed nervously, "I only agreed that I wouldn't flirt with princes! Does this guy look like a prince to you? Cut me some slack, Raly! I haven't seen someone as handsome as him in an eon!"
"But he tried to kill you!"
"You're still young, so I will put it into words you will be able to understand." He paused, and so did the world, all anticipating his sacred words. "…He. Is. Handsome." Caralyn slapped her own forehead, once again questioning the wisdom of her 'knowledgeable' guide.