Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can you please tell me more about you? c:
A: I am very social, very very exitable, I try hard to keep a low profile but I am not very good at it. I can be forgetful, I am grinning all the time, I am a tomboy in heart, I love videogames (especially pokemon). I am addicted to candy. IF YOU GIVE ME CANDY I'LL LOVE YOU FOREVER! I like reading comics and sci-fi books, I like watching anime, I am very interested into making graphic novels of my own stories and I hope one day I'll get them published! I would llike to become a freelancer or something like that but mostly I'd love to do concept art for games and films, illustrations and graphic novels (did I already mention that?).
Q: How long have you been Drawing?
Q: What do you use to draw?
A: I use mostly Photoshop CS3 & CS4 and a Bamboo Wacom Tablet A5. Sometimes, (depending in what I am going to draw) I use OpenCanvas 3.5, Paintool SAI and MS Paint.
Q: What do you use to animate?
Q: What do you use to record your videos/ speedpaints?
Q: Will you draw for me a gift/ my character/ my fursona etc? (Do you Take requests?)
Q: Please, enter my contest?
Q: Will you do an ArtTrade/ Collab with me?
Q: Can I draw your characters?
Q: Can I use your artwork?
Q: Your style is amazing! I really love how you shade - Highlight/ colour/ draw backgrouds. Can you teach me?
Q: Will you make a tutorial for suchandsuch?
Q: Is your dA the only site you use? Where else can I find you?
A: You can find me here:
Q: How can I become a better artist/ how can I draw better/ how can I improve?
A: No matter how many artists you're going to ask, the answer will always be the same. Practice makes pefrect. Go and sign up for a drawing class. It might be really boring to draw a chair, a fruit basket etc. at first, like ~yummei said very wisely, but this will teach you the fundamentals of shape, colour, lighting, shading etc. In that way, you'll train your eyes to see colours you could hardly see before in any subject, shape etc. Don't trace from other artists because you might copy their mistakes too. You CAN get inspired by them though. Being inspired is a very nice way to make your style even more interesting. Have in mind that by going to an art class doesn't make you perfect or an awesome artist at once. You'll need to work very hard and spend lot's hours in painting and drawing, like you'll need practice and effort in any other thing you're gonna do in your life. It's the same thing (: Being an artist isn't an easy thing. Last but not least, improvement never ends. So don't be afraid to --always-- step out of your comfort zone, and try drawing new things. Use photographs lot's or references and tutorials! Good luck~