The World Begins With You
I am mainly a traditional artist, but if a challenge arises, then I will switch to digital art.
My dream is to work as a Graphic Artist, mostly in the animation industry. The sole magic of animation has influenced me to start drawing. And when I started drawing, I joined deviantART to further my dreams.
What do I like to do in my spare time? Just the usual routine: Drawing, reading, writing, listening to music, video games, and doing homework.
Feel free to drop by and chat! If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask!
~ Trivia ~
~ ♪ ~ J-Pop, K-Pop, Touhou BGM, and generally video game background music.
Favorite style of art: Manga/Anime
MP3 Player of Choice: Anything that headphones can plug to.
Shell of choice: Blue Koopa Shell
Skin of choice: Robot Metal
~ Likes ~ (in no particular order)
The World Ends With You
1/2 Prince by Yu Wo
Super Smash Bros.
Streets of Rage
Any Nintendo and SEGA game
Studio Ghibli - Howl's Moving Castle
Wander Over Yonder
|If you would like a commission, please refer to the current journal above.|
Not started yet.
Currently working on.
Still searching for unknown commissioner - Anime Chibi of their OC eating a dumpling.
Please don't get mad if the art takes too long to get posted. Gently remind me.
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Norman Rockwell, All American Deviant
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Hoodie Cult 2.0We did it in 2010 and it's time to do it again!ginkgografix
edit: We need more hoodies! So where is your entry??
Don't be so shy. And you can hide your face if you want, that's ok.
A while ago Nyx-Valentine and I decided that we need to do it again. Grab any hoodie near you (if you don't have something use any other kind of head covering or be creative) and get your photo done!
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Want more commissions?This journal is for artists who want to get more commissions, or want to open commissions and never had so they don't know how best to present their art, or even for those artists who took commissions before but would appreciate some more tipsYuuza
There are a few pretty important things to consider before publicly announcing you're opening commissions:
1. payment method. The deviantart commission widget takes 20% of your profit, but then again more deviants have points so you're likely to get 20% more customers like that. But don't forget there are people who have paypal and don't feel like dealing with points so if you decide to open commissions through deviantart, don't let that be the ONLY payment method.
Paypal is the most common payment method used online and i strongly recommend it. Make a paypal account, connect it to a card and you're ready. But don't forget paypal has a limit of $3000 per year withdrawal. So if you're serious about drawing art for a living and you
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