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Q. Can I use or share your art on deviantART or other sites?
A. Not without modifying it in some way, not without asking me first, and not without crediting me. It is forbidden for you to post or use it without my permission or credit. I have the right to report deviations posted or used without my permission or credit.
Certain pieces of mine may not be altered. Please, no matter the circumstances, always be sure to ASK BEFORE USING in case the piece may not be used.
For other sites: you may NOT post the artwork itself, ONLY the URL, and you MUST credit me.
If anyone sees a piece of mine posted elsewhere without crediting me, PLEASE send me a link! Much appreciated.
Q. Can you critique my work?
A. Yes! Traditional, some digital, and literature. Note me.
Q. Are you a penguin?
Hey, want a critique? Note me! But first, please refer to my rules and instructions:
Link to deviation(s).
Let me know the specific areas you'd like me to focus on. (Examples: "Is the dialogue realistic enough?" "Any grammatical mistakes?" or "Is there some way I can make this paragraph more fluid?") These will be very helpful!
Be sure to specify whether you would like harsh critique or gentle criticism.
I will respond to let you know I received the note and to clarify anything. I probably won't get to critiquing right away.
Things I WILL NOT critique:
-W.I.P.s (work in progress)
-Low quality images (where I cannot clearly see the piece)
-Pornography, fetish, or pairings (I decide whether or not it counts.)
-Derogatory work (Racist, sexist, homophobic, etc. or promotes/supports these themes. Again, I decide whether it counts.)
-Pieces so poorly done (no effort was put into it) that they cannot be considered finished work
You should also keep in mind...
I critique both premium and regular members.
All critiques are free, but I'd appreciate a thank you or llama!
If I turn your work down, check the above list of things I don't critique. It’s probably on there.
All critiques are based off personal experience/opinion. Keep in mind I don't know everything!
If you have questions regarding why I do not critique a certain type of work or whether or not your work falls within the criteria, please don't hesitate to me!
How long have you been on DeviantArt? 3 years.
What does your username mean? You know, Google Translate isn't as reliable as I thought it was. If any native Dutch speakers can give me a more accurate answer, that would be cool.
Are you left or right handed? Righty.
What is your favourite type of art to create? Sculpture.
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? Impressionist painting.
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most? Digital art or photography. There's a lot of that stuff out there.
Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist? tracyjb.
How has a fellow deviant impacted your life? catlantic has talked to me almost every single day for three years. Don't know where I'd be without you.
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art? There is really no inspirational place for me to work. Just wherever there's food.
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory? Hasn't happened yet.
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Some of my stuff:
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About My Art:
I have been drawing my whole life, it was my first true love. I typically draw people from memory using graphite on regular sketchbook or watercolor paper. Ask me about my process!
Paintings in watercolor and acrylic
Although I dabble in painting, I am not very skilled in it. I prefer watercolor painting.
Ceramic and Polymer clay sculptures
For many, many years, I have been making hand-built ceramic sculptures in a pottery class. I used to work with terracotta clay, but none of my DA submissions are made with this. They are all made with white stoneware clay. I also took a class on polymer modeling for a few years. The polymer clay I used was Super Sculpey on a wire and aluminum foil frame baked in a conventional oven.
Poetry and short stories
Because I would consider myself a visual person, writing has always been a hobby of mine, but not a true passion. I like to write strongly emotional pieces that come from my own life experiences and I love using strong imagery. My poems are typically medium-length freeverse poetry and my short stories typically range from a page to two pages.
Questions? Feel free to ask in the comments.