Welcome to our activity on Mondays - Monday Muses!
It's all about the artists and artworks that inspire you!
There are many ways someone can be an inspiration. By displaying inspiring community spirit, or providing helpful resources for example. Or maybe you just stumbled over an amazing artwork that simply knocked you off your feet and inspired you to make something of your own right away. No matter what it is, we want you to share it!
Simply pick an artist
you find inspiring in some way, and post them in a comment on this journal. Please also include why
you chose that artist or artwork. Your suggestions will be featured next week! If you want the feature to be a surprise for the deviant(s) you suggested, please leave away the '@' or :dev: when typing the username (and post links to artworks instead of thumbs), that way your Muses won't be notified of your comment here through the mentions system.
Also feel free to post this wonderful stamp the awesome a-neverending
made on the profile pages of your Muses once the feature is published:
This week's Muses are:
"Neccers is crazy, but crazy in a good way. Her fantastic sense of humor never fails to inspire me and brighten my days. Thank you for being so amazing!
It is easy to be friends when times are good,
sharing the laughter like good friends should,
but can you be there for when times are bad,
a shoulder to lean on when friends are sad,
Sharing a sadness often hidden from view,
going unmentioned because it's taboo,
It's easy to look happy and smile through the pain,
though deep inside you fear you're going insane,
Your feelings and emotions come and go like the tide,
on the outside you're happy, but you are screaming inside,
Falling asleep after a long restless night, dreading the
new day that is almost in sight, wishing that it all would
just end, days when death almost seems like a friend,
Could you be there for the times like these,
when your friend is crying and on their knees,
It is easy to your friends to be a good host, but
can you be there when they need you the most,
Standing close by their side to help them be strong,
and give them the strength just to carry on,
Being there to listen is the best thing to do,
letting them know tha
"Her latest deviation really touched me and I think it's definitely inspiring and heartfelt!"
Thank you for participating!