My friend Immy has joined the site! Her deviant name is ~Quina-chan, please say hello to her and make her feel welcome on the site. She took me to my first Expo... she is a wonderful person.
And heck... my singing voice has changed a lot in the last few months. I had a solo on Christmas Eve (my voice has just about recovered from flu, now) and my dad who was in the congregation didn't recognise my voice. T_T It's weird. Good, but weird.
I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!
Love and prayers,
If you comment on this journal, I'll go through your gallery and pick out my favourite three pieces with reasons, with the proviso that you'll try to do a similar feature sometime - it's a good way to make people look through each others' galleries, and spreading the love and art is always nice. I'm putting down 10 slots, but if I'm getting lots of feedback I'll add more. I will go through your galleries... in the next few weeks.
Slots 1 and 2 go to !chefhalfnote and ~DragonDreamer93 because they already did this and I commented on their journals.
Anything with a Muk promoting recycling has got to be good.
This guy's been practising his drawing, and it's coming through.
It's always nice to see people rewrite old material and improve on it.
A lovely face executed nicely in charcoal pencil.
Steel FlowersRan Fan fiddled with the hair ornament that she'd inherited from her grandmother. She liked it; it was pretty, but...
She pulled her hair from the practical knot at the back of her head and began to comb it out.
The high laughter of a woman broke through the quiet of the end of the day.
She sometimes wished -she wouldn't admit it, but she did- that she could just be a girl. She'd grown up among men, wearing pants, not caring about her appearance, preferring anonymity to attention. She had never had the chance to wear dresses or makeup, or worry about her hair. She'd never gossiped and giggled with friends about boys, but she'd been gossipe
Because LingFan fluff is fluffy and nice. It's well-written too.
An interesting style, nicely done.
3. Wait, Nogo, what did you do to your gallery?! You didn't even move stuff to scraps...
Okay, this is just a wonderful expression and the sweetest idea - I love that little dash of tartan, and you put so much effort into the description! As a sister from Arthurian country, I think I agree with pretty much everything.
It's an ambitious picture, and despite not having tried it often before it's turned out really well.
This one's a bit random, but it's cute, a good style, and the anatomy and faces are very well done.
A little simple thing, but it's definitely effective.
This is still absolutely gorgeous - I know I'd be chuffed if my fiancé gave me that!
This is such a neat idea - and as a Dr Who fan, how can I say no?
5. I shall get around to you in the next journal, but writing requires me to read through things carefully and give them much more serious though than a picture I can evaluate in a few minutes.
I know it's old, but... it's definitely one of the best pictures she did during that time.
She's improved so much since we first met! This is a good one of non-chibi human faces.
And this is just cute.
That, my dears, is adorable.
Nice attitude, and a good outfit - I'm not familiar with Sailor Moon (shame on me!), but it looks good.
Again, a nice costume and pose, and the post-processing's nice too. Well done for going out in the freezing cold!
This deviant's definitely made progress, and even if you say it doesn't look like the character, he certainly looks like he has attitude!
The experimenting with view-points is effective here.
Great expression and posing. Keep up the good work!
I know it's old, but I still love it. It's all shiny and soft and silvery...
And in rather stark contrast, RAINBOWS. LOOK AT THOSE COLOURS. AREN'T THEY GORGEOUS?
Half-British half-Chinese kangaroo-cat thing with a Union Jack. What's not to like?
Love and prayers,