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  • Mood: Exhilarated
  • Listening to: Within Temptation
  • Reading: Anything Agatha Christie I can get my hands on
  • Watching: Transformers Animated
  • Playing: Fire Emblem Awakening (want my friend code?)
  • Eating: Leftover Chicken + Onion Potatoes
  • Drinking: Orange Soda
OK before I go into this, I want to say I'm probably not doing the commissions.  For one, I haven't seen that much of an interest, and two, there's a lot I have in mind to do myself.  Also, I had a long phone conversation with a friend of mine about a much more ambitious project.  And that's all anyone will know of that for the time being.  :P

But the biggest reason to hold on commissions, is that I have two new toys to play with!  Which is also why art's sort of dried for the time being.  But once I get the hang of these, I'll have an easier time with artwork (crosses fingers)

Toy 1:  My new Lenovo gaming laptop with complete SSD hard-drive.  Oh yeah.  This thing is sooo much better than that bogged down Hewlett-Packard comp of mine, may it rest in peace (its not dead; I just won't care about it anymore).  Its lighter, faster, higher tech, more compact, and capable of WAY better graphics.  So instead of waiting for my computer to render filters, blurs, sharpening, or just waiting for Photoshop to respond, I can have my artwork done with no pauses save for user incompetence.  Oh, and I can actually play that dang Skyrim game my brother gave me years ago, and actually see the dang spells I'm casting, and not just killing my opponents by flipping them off.  Only downside of this comp is that the screen is 14" instead of 17" like my other, so I'll have to get used to seeing things much smaller than I'm used to.  I'm having to squint to see the dang screen.  A hassle, but since I got this thing for nearly half-off, I'll take it.  I bought this thing right before I started having my latest ankle problems and missing work, so I might not have gotten it if I'd waited a few days, but what's done is done, and it would cost to much for me to send it back anyways.  And who can argue with getting a high-end laptop for almost half off?  ITS MINE.

Toy 2:  Clip Studio Paint.  GOODBYE, PHOTOSHOP.  I have a new friend!  Clip Studio Paint is basically Manga Studio only bought online.  It was a very nice present.  I already don't know what I did without it, and the only thing I've done with it is look up tutorial vids.  Linework is going to be so much easier once I master this.  Problem is, until I do master it, I have no clue what I'm doing.  I've tinkered around some but there is going to be a bit of a learning curve.

So yeah, couple that with the learning curve for *#^%@ Windows 8.1, and I've got some work to do before any more decent art comes out.  Hopefully, I can get work done faster with a quicker comp and better art program for drawing, so once I can get my art time down to a more manageable level, maybe then I might take a commission or two.  Assuming I don't blow my free time in Skyrim . . .

So that's the update.  Next toy I'm saving up for is a higher-end graphics tablet, maybe even one with a screen on it.  Yeah, like I'm made of that much money.  But watching the guy in the poorly translated-subtitled tutorial vids for Clip Studio Paint use a monster screen-style tablet made me want one (or at least something with a screen) like it was my long-lost soul mate.  Which it might be.

Also, if I can get the hang of this quickly, I have three members of the Elite Guard from Transformers Animated all drawn up in Humanformer style, waiting for me to figure out how to use the magic inking tool in CSP.  Sentinel is especially impatient; he wants to show he really does have a decent head on his shoulders.  *snicker*


~Shada

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mystryl-shada
Crutch Ninja!
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States
Current Residence: State of Denial
Favorite genre of music: Pop rock, with a mix of a little of everything else
Favorite style of art: Anime, cartoon, animation in general
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: iPod
Favorite cartoon character: Brainiac 5, Bumblebee, Aang, Hao, Edward Elric, Lina Inverse, Kenshin, Flint from CWaCoM, Atem from Yu-Gi-Oh, Final Fantasy Unlimited Cid, Danny Phantom, Sari Sumdac, Firefist Ace, Phineas Flyn-Fletcher, Poof, all four TMNT, THE LIST GOES ON
Personal Quote: Man, that would creep me out if I found someone who looked like me. Wait, I have a twin sister!!

Favorite Quote:
"The storm had now definitely abated, and what thunder there was now grumbled over more distant hills, like a man saying 'AND ANOTHER THING' twenty minutes after admitting he's lost the argument." -Douglas Adams
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  • Mood: Exhilarated
  • Listening to: Within Temptation
  • Reading: Anything Agatha Christie I can get my hands on
  • Watching: Transformers Animated
  • Playing: Fire Emblem Awakening (want my friend code?)
  • Eating: Leftover Chicken + Onion Potatoes
  • Drinking: Orange Soda
OK before I go into this, I want to say I'm probably not doing the commissions.  For one, I haven't seen that much of an interest, and two, there's a lot I have in mind to do myself.  Also, I had a long phone conversation with a friend of mine about a much more ambitious project.  And that's all anyone will know of that for the time being.  :P

But the biggest reason to hold on commissions, is that I have two new toys to play with!  Which is also why art's sort of dried for the time being.  But once I get the hang of these, I'll have an easier time with artwork (crosses fingers)

Toy 1:  My new Lenovo gaming laptop with complete SSD hard-drive.  Oh yeah.  This thing is sooo much better than that bogged down Hewlett-Packard comp of mine, may it rest in peace (its not dead; I just won't care about it anymore).  Its lighter, faster, higher tech, more compact, and capable of WAY better graphics.  So instead of waiting for my computer to render filters, blurs, sharpening, or just waiting for Photoshop to respond, I can have my artwork done with no pauses save for user incompetence.  Oh, and I can actually play that dang Skyrim game my brother gave me years ago, and actually see the dang spells I'm casting, and not just killing my opponents by flipping them off.  Only downside of this comp is that the screen is 14" instead of 17" like my other, so I'll have to get used to seeing things much smaller than I'm used to.  I'm having to squint to see the dang screen.  A hassle, but since I got this thing for nearly half-off, I'll take it.  I bought this thing right before I started having my latest ankle problems and missing work, so I might not have gotten it if I'd waited a few days, but what's done is done, and it would cost to much for me to send it back anyways.  And who can argue with getting a high-end laptop for almost half off?  ITS MINE.

Toy 2:  Clip Studio Paint.  GOODBYE, PHOTOSHOP.  I have a new friend!  Clip Studio Paint is basically Manga Studio only bought online.  It was a very nice present.  I already don't know what I did without it, and the only thing I've done with it is look up tutorial vids.  Linework is going to be so much easier once I master this.  Problem is, until I do master it, I have no clue what I'm doing.  I've tinkered around some but there is going to be a bit of a learning curve.

So yeah, couple that with the learning curve for *#^%@ Windows 8.1, and I've got some work to do before any more decent art comes out.  Hopefully, I can get work done faster with a quicker comp and better art program for drawing, so once I can get my art time down to a more manageable level, maybe then I might take a commission or two.  Assuming I don't blow my free time in Skyrim . . .

So that's the update.  Next toy I'm saving up for is a higher-end graphics tablet, maybe even one with a screen on it.  Yeah, like I'm made of that much money.  But watching the guy in the poorly translated-subtitled tutorial vids for Clip Studio Paint use a monster screen-style tablet made me want one (or at least something with a screen) like it was my long-lost soul mate.  Which it might be.

Also, if I can get the hang of this quickly, I have three members of the Elite Guard from Transformers Animated all drawn up in Humanformer style, waiting for me to figure out how to use the magic inking tool in CSP.  Sentinel is especially impatient; he wants to show he really does have a decent head on his shoulders.  *snicker*


~Shada
  • Mood: Hurt
  • Listening to: Piano Guys (LOOK THEM UP ON YOUTUBE!!)
  • Reading: Anything Agatha Christie I can get my hands on
  • Watching: Transformers Animated
  • Playing: Fire Emblem Awakening (want my friend code?)
  • Eating: Filling for homemade Lemon Merengue Pie
  • Drinking: Water
All right, so I'm currently off work by doctor's orders due to re-injury of my ankle, the reason why I gained the nickname "crutch ninja" from the start.  So in case you haven't noticed, I've been pumping a lot of art out lately.  Also, I'm re-watching Transformers animated, and being reminded that I LOVE this series for being the only TF show that really makes me feel the characters are people and not just marketing ploys to sell toys.  Also, it makes me realize how much I hate Michael Bay, Hasbro, and anyone else responsible for cancelling this show only to make room for the SMUT that the movies are, plus a cartoon that will remind those innocent kids who buy the toys to go SEE the smut movies in the first place.  I know Transformers Prime is good, I keep hearing recommendations, but I have to get over the annoyance of that series looking like a suck-up to Bay, and the reason Animated was cancelled.

Also, have I mentioned how much I hate Hasbro for marketing those chauvinistic, sexist, racy movies to kids?  NEVER buying a Hasbro product again.  I also found out they actively stuck their hand into the Animated TV series, and said they wanted less humans and more robots for season three, which is WHY we don't see much of Sari.  Ergh.  OK sorry, rant over.

So what does all this mean?  Probably some more TFA or TFAH art.  I still need to humanize some 'bots and 'cons, after all.  got the main ones, but what about the Elite Guard?  Rhodimus Prime's team?  Strika's team?  Ugh, too many characters, so little time.

So while I do have stuff I'm thinking about doing, I was wondering about what interest there is out there for a BRIEF re-opening of commissions.  My art has gotten better, but it takes more time to do it, so prices will have gone up more than likely.  For example, I actually bother to line-trace with vectors, instead of throwing it all into Adobe Illustrator and letting it morph lines into a vague shape.  I'm not quite opening up just yet, but I'm curious if there is an interest.  Thoughts?  If I were to open, this is a sample of what pricing would look like:

Prices:
Sketch or Ink Line Drawing........................$15
Shaded Pencil Drawing, either lead or colored.............................$20-25 Depending on lead or colored pencil
Colored pic of 1-2 characters w/ solid color bg...$30-35 depending on content
For each extra character..........................$5
Color pic with full detailed background (bg)......$50+10 for every char over 2 (this usually takes me about a week to do, if very detailed)
Anything else.....................................Price negotiable, depending on how much time I think it will take

Examples of an "anything else" would be if you want me to attempt something in another art style, or do some kind of weird mix of traditional and digital art.

If I get a lot of interest, I apologize if I do end up cancelling on this commission thing.  I'm not sure how long I'm going to be laid up; I'm off work till the 6th of November, but I'll go back earlier if I get better.  And if I don't, which would bite, I may have longer to work on both the stuff I want to do plus a commission now and again.  But for now, if you do have an interest, let me know.  Also keep in mind I'll be limiting it to one per person, until I have a better idea of time and interest.

. . . Ugh, and now Michael Bay is ruining my OTHER childhood tomboy memories in TMNT.  Haven't seen it yet, because I'm too scared to and I don't want Bay getting any more of my money, but is it as bad as I'm afraid it is?  At least I know my childhood of My Little Ponies is in safe hands.
Ugh, what is this??  Is Deviantart trying to be Facebook?  This is one reason I HATE Facebook; pages get so cluttered.  What do you think, does this new "Activity" section make my page look fat?
Phineas and Ferb: Apocalypse Later by mystryl-shada
Phineas and Ferb: Apocalypse Later
Short Summary:

Taken from my sketch dump.  Used a few apocalyptic pictures I found online for reference for background ideas.  Outfits come from a dream I had because my dreams influence way more of my art than actual shows do.  Takes place in a later timeline, when these two are like 15-17-ish.  Used a photoshop texture for ground, plus transform tool and cutout filter.  Various brushes for clouds and fogs.  Took ages to color because of all that darn shiny stuff.

Long Description:

OK so this sketch from my sketch dump has been haunting me, and I thought I could make it a good Halloween-ish pic for October!  :D  The setting is from yet another dream of mine, because my mind doesn't like the thought of a story ending even if it hasn't yet.  Don't remember much from it, save that it was about Candace and Perry getting sent to the future, where everything is practically destroyed and the remnants of humanity are fighting a guerrilla war against an oppressive robot force (run by someone I won't bother to mention yet).  There was all kinds of weird stuff going on, it being a dream and all, but I remember thinking "Dang, Phineas and Ferb look cool in their post-apocalyptic get-ups."  I tried to sketch their outfits in my sketchbook, and totally botched it.  But at least I did it SOME justice; they still look cool.  Didn't quite capture Ferb's sort of cyborgish appearance, but Phineas at least is pulling off some of his brown studded leather look.  Don't think he had quite those bright colors in the dream, but I felt compelled to color-code.

The outline was done the same way I've been doing a lot of art lately; vector tracing and a lot of Mormon swearing (that means no swearing at all, but a lot of hard glares and frustrated muttering).  I'm getting better and faster at vectors, but it still takes ages to outline a sketch, especially one as detail-oriented as this.  Took ages to shade too, what with all that shiny metal.  That uses more thought; I have several colors to shade with, and they don't quite go on the same way as fabric's shading/hightlighting does.  And the background took time too, because I actually wanted this to look like it came from an apocalyptic future.  So this took more time that I was expecting.  But not for you, because I haven't been posting a lot lately, and even something done this slowly still came up really quickly, all things considered.  But that's what you get for me being laid up again.  More art! :D

And speaking of the background, I feel like I'm finally starting to take a pride in what they look like.  At least, when I spend the time on them, they come off amazing and I feel really gooey about my art.  So while it may take a lot more time, I've decided I like working on detailed backgrounds.  Occasionally.  If the picture is worthy of one.

But none of that tells you how I DID the background.  Basically, I went online and found several good artworks done of these kinds of ruined-city-scape sort of scenery.  I used some building outlines from some to get some practice going, by vector drawing colored shapes over them.  The row of houses and the tree up front is entirely me though.  I utilized a gradual darker shade for each row to depict depth, then used various cloud tools to get a really eerie mist to blanket between them for that "ruins rising from the mists" look.  The ground, I used a rock pattern overlay that came with photoshop, then used the transform tool to get it to fade to the background.  After that, a quick cutout filter gave it my own artstyle's look, and I must say it looks fantastic like that.  Burn tool makes good shadows.  The sky was done with a mix of weird gradients and many vectored layers, imitating vaguely one of the skies from a picture I was referencing.  Then some purple and yellow clouds, and tada.  Oh, and there's a 7% purple filter over the whole thing, to give it more of a muted, misty tone.  Just like I did with 9 My Way, only that used a yellowish filter.  Good way for me to tone down my usually saturated color pallet.

I was watching Futurama when I drew that tree, so every time I look at it I think of Bender singing folk songs and getting hit by a train.  Augh I can't look at this pic and NOT see that now.

Phineas and Ferb copyrighted to the grand almighty Disney.
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Sketch Dump 01 by mystryl-shada
Sketch Dump 01
SKETCH DUMP!  Download for full-size.  I've seen people do these, and I'm nearing the end of my church sketchbook, so I decided to start slamming them out in case anyone wanted to see what I sketch.  And look out, this chatter is going to be LONG because I outline each thing.

So a little background before I narrate what each is, in case anyone is wondering what a particular odd-colored bunch of lines is supposed to be.  Basically, being the ADHD infused crazy that I am, I need to be doing something with my hands in order to pay attention.  Sort of like keeping a lifeline in reality.  Which is ironic, because the stuff I draw is rarely based at all in reality.  I'd draw in class when I didn't need to take notes, and I'd draw in church.  Always did this since I was a kid.  This particular batch is from my tiny purse-sized sketch book that I'd use specifically for church.  So if it looks like a drawing goes off-page, that's probably because it did.  :)

I have a bit more, but they were drawn in blue pencil and scanner didn't pick it up.  Will have to trace them to get them to come up.  Will do so if I think they should be seen by public; what you see here is the cream of the crop, actually.  I colored them to make them less rough-looking.  Also, note that ALL OF THESE ARE DRAWN FROM THE HEAD.  Didn't look off anything for inspiration or design.  This is stated so that some of these may seem more epic to you than they should.

IF you want to color any or want me to turn any into an art, go ahead and say so in the comments.  I can't promise anything, but if a particular drawing is popular enough I may line-trace it or something.  And if anyone colors them, I'll post links in the commentary by the number.

1.  Dragon Elf --  I wanted to draw a cute little dragon, so I drew someone holding it.  I guess she's an elf.  Experimented with side-view, since I'm TERRIBLE at it.  Face came out better than others, albeit not perfect.  I like how the rest of her turned out though, especially her hand.

2.  Teenage Post-Apocalyptic Phineas and Ferb -- Had a dream where Candace and Perry got sent to the future, to find out that due to (this part omitted in case I actually want to turn this into a fanfic) and so now Phineas and the gang were leaders of a rebel band scraping a living in the ruined husks of civilization and fighting evil robots.  I think at least Ferb's arm had become mechanical by now, but given that its the two of them that's more a cool factor than a detriment. 

3.  Appletree Wood Nymph -- Last year I was in my church's production of Wizard of Oz, and it was FUN as all get-out.  I wanted a bit-part, but nothing really fantastic.  As it was I got the best role for me; the alto in the Tree Trio that pelts Dorothy and Scarecrow with apples, and who sing back-up for the Tin Man's song.  The other trees and I ended up becoming really good friends, despite the rather large gap in our age groups (the other two were young teenagers, and well, I wasn't).  They were awesome.  But because I need a cane to stand for long periods (long story, part of my nickname of Crutch Ninja) I had mine done up in leaves, and ended up taking on a rather sassy stuck-up personality.  This is what I imagined my tree to look like, done up as a wood nymph.  This is also what my costume looked like, only imagine a crown of twigs and plastic apples sewn around.  And I sure wasn't rocking heels.

4.  America the Cowboy -- What?  No, that's just a normal, totally flamboyant and not realistic-at-all cowboy!  That happens to look like America from Hetalia, who freakn' rocks!  With an American flag buckle!  Totally coincidental!  Why do you ask?   Also, he used to have glasses till my dad asked why, and I realized that out of context they did sort of look silly.
Love my country.  Some people in it and running it really bug me a lot sometimes, but I still have my American Pride.  A person should be proud of their country, you know?
On that note, I love Canada too.  That may have something to do with my being half-Canadian . . . and that Canada from Hetalia is also awesome . . .
Hey, half-Canadian is a thing!

5.  Praying Angel -- I love wings, and I love angels (even though technically real angels don't have wings but hey they look awesome with them).  Not enough of them in modern literature.  You get all these books with Vampires and Zombies and all kinds of undead, but where are the GOOD undead?   . . . did I just call angels undead? 
Just sort of doodled this when I was feeling particularly serene.  Love this pic because it could either be sad or spiritual, depending on the viewpoint and emotions of whoever sees it.

6.  Teen Vanellope von Schweetz -- Imaginary points to you if you guessed who this was.  Had been watching a lot of Wreck-It Ralph when I drew this and the next few.  This was part of a dream I had that sorta served as a sequel to the series.  Too bad I won't write the actual sequel, but I'm sure they'll make it great anyways!  I also really want her boots.

7.  Licoria von Schweetz -- The sorta-villainess of my dream.  Vanellope's sugar witch of an older sister, who was SUPPOSED to be Queen but was written out out of the first game and only showed up in the game's more edgy sequel as a track obstacle.  She's rather bitter about this.  But she takes her role SO seriously, and thinks herself an actual bad guy of the game.  So she uses her black and red licorice magic to cause as much mayhem as she can on the track, thinking she's actually doing something lasting, and all the drivers have to do is dodge.  Lots more I could say, but this is running long already.  She's funny, although I drew her too seriously in this pic while trying to nail what my dream had made up for her outfit.

8.  Royal -- Either a generic princess or the Queen that Licoria was initially supposed to be before the creators of Sugar Rush decided to dump her character in the first game.  The reason this is ambiguous, is because while she has the right hair, the outfit has nothing to do with candy, so I don't know what I was thinking, lol.

9.  Karai in Kimono -- Karai from TMNT 2012, in traditional Japanese dress.  I probably got a million details about it wrong, but I had no reference.  This is a sort of debate in Karai's head, where she wonders what she would have been like had her life been just a little more normal.

10.  Raph and Spike -- Quick sketch of Raph venting with his pet turtle, Spike.  Uh, can you tell I drew this before a certain episode aired?  Yeah, this is Spike pre-Slash.  Was a very rough sketch, can you tell?

11.  Pocket Light -- I've played several MMO's but none quite as much fun as DC Universe Online.  Nothing like throwing cars around and flying across Metropolis or leaping from skyscrapers in Gotham and swinging by grappling hooks.  And wow, do I have fun designing superhero outfits and color schemes; the character creation is the best!  I have quite a few characters, including Hard Drive who's a tech-based character.  This one that I happened to draw is my miniscule Green Lantern character. She's cute, and maybe four feet high.

12.  Armored Kiva -- Anyone ever see that awesome show called Megas XLR?  Got cancelled after 2 seasons because Cartoon Network CEOs are dumb?  Was a PERFECT parody of mech shows and other anime genres?  Man that show was funny.  But I wanted to draw Kiva from the show because she's my favorite character by far.  Couldn't remember what her outfit looked like, so I gave her some cool robotic exo-suit thing.  Now she ROCKS.  And I need to do fanart for this show because I loved it to death.

13.  Teen Poof -- I keep having great dreams that would make great sequels for movies and cartoons.  This came from my Fairly Odd Parents dream; it was called Fairly Odd Friend or Best-Friend or something like that, and took place 60 years later.  Poof grew up with Timmy because he wanted to, but stopped at teen because he got scared of growing up.  Now he's the "Fairy Best Friend" of this girl, a job he created under the premise of keeping the new wave of fairy kids reigned in.  He often hangs out in his human disguise, which this is.  Done in Butch Hartman art style that I taught myself by tracing Danny Phantom screenshots.  By the time this was done, I was doing the style with no reference.  Cool.

14.  Teen Poof 2 -- Still human sized, but more fairy like.  Poof, unlike his parents, is skilled at practically anything he gets his hands on, and its been starting to go to his head by now.  He's not a jerk; he's still a nice person, but he's sort of got to thinking he's all that and stuff.  Humility is one of the things he's gotta learn in this "dream that was a cartoon show" of mine.

15.  Poof and Friend -- Poof and the girl he's the assigned friend for.  He's trying to convince her to let him use yet another loophole in Da Rules, but she's having none of it.  She's actually rather rule-abiding and grounded; she dresses goth more because of  her upbringing than her personality.  Poof on the other hand, having grown up with Timmy, never really bothered much with rules.

16.  Poof and Friend 2 -- Poof had been bugging her about "letting her hair down", so he goes for the literal interpretation and pulls out her hair tie.  Yeah, she has waaaay too much hair.  Not sure if this drawing gave that justice though, lol.  Drew Poof with his brown leather jacket off this time.  I have 2 other drawings of him (looking annoyed as Foop is behind him and trying to kill him with armloads of medieval weapons, the other is him laughing at his father Cosmo making a funny face and Wanda rolling her eyes), but they weren't as well penciled.  May trace them stronger later if there's demand.

17.  Brick -- From my Teen Power Puff Girls series.  Was supposed to do all 3 boys, but never got around to the other two.  Still Brick looks wicked cool.  Not sure where his hat went, now that I look at it.  Maybe that's why he's mad.  . . . DANG this is cool.  Am I allowed to say that about my own drawings?  Brick is just too awesome to draw; bad guys shouldn't be like that dang it.

18.  Sebastian Merman -- Somewhere in my gallery is an artwork called Mystery Merman, and I stated that I have a story that this guy is the star of.  Well here he is again, only by now I've named him.  Technically, he's a person with the power of shape manipulation (different from shapeshifting), but he sorta moonlights as a merman for . . . plot reasons.  This story keeps hounding my mind; I really want to write it.  Been tinkering with the merman design too here.  And his hair is usually much longer in merman form, but I wanted to see what it looked like with his human hair design.

19.  Sebastian Shaw -- Speaking of human design, here he is as a human.  Not . . . really sure why I drew him in Hawaiian garb; this story takes place alternating in Seattle and the Bermuda Triangle.  But I sketched him and this is what I got.  Sebastian's sort of a quiet nerd who likes being left alone, but he ends up with a group anyways.  Also, his father is a boxer, and that's sort of his fighting style too.  This is a problem, because I know nothing about boxing.  I'd have to do a lot of research every time there's a fight sequence.

20.  Wind Fairy -- Just doodling.  Stuff like this sometimes just flows out of my pencil.  Not all my stuff is fanart, after all!  :)  But if you've followed this monster of a commentary, you've already learned that by now.  I didn't draw the wings dark enough though because I'd planned to change them but never got around to it.  Oh well, you can sorta make out the butterfly style . . .


Hope you enjoyed all this!  Maybe I'll do the next batch before I get so many . . .
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Joe-Roberts Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
 Thanks for faving :)
Doctor Who by Joe-Roberts 
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mystryl-shada Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No problem!  Stumbled across it, and couldn't NOT fav; its gorgeous.
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Freakerybattery4 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome gallery :)
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GShepherd17 Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh good lord. Your TFA humanized art is increadible, you actully made me like prowl now! XD
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Redrockinrose Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey dude! I don't know if you remember me, haha, but I used to read your webcomic nowhere u forever ago! I just remembered it today, hah. It was kinda formative, and cool! thanks for letting me do fanart for it (and...putting one of my fanworks on the site? dang)
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BlueBeacon Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
do you do requests or commissions? Your art is amazing!
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LHull9 Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
Hi. I've been a fan of your art for a long time. (I mean, ever since '08 or '09). Your Transformers Animated Fanart is what brought me here, and I discovered all of your Fanart.

But anyways, I find it cool that you are drawing Fanart for TMNT 2012. Honestly, I loved your TFAnimated Fanart, and I think you'd do great TFPrime Fanart. I also think you'd do some good Kaijudo Fanart as well. (But that's just me. Feel free to do whatever you want.)

But yeah. Been a big fan of your work go a while now, and I have to say, continue the great work. :D
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mystryl-shada Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awww thanks!  That really means a lot.  I do want to do some more TFA art, but I need to see the series again to get the feel of it in my blood or I'll have a hard time getting anything on paper.  Darn my ADHD artistic inspiration; I can only really draw what I'm currently obsessing over.

I should really work on getting over my prejudice against TFPrime, lol.  I've been holding it against that series thinking if they wanted TF cartoon then why cancel TFA.  The fact that it is supposed to appeal to fans of the movies is actually another strike against it in my opinion.
But I HAVE heard it is good.  I may have given it a chance already, but I suddenly have even less free time than before, what with my new job and all.

Huh, I haven't even HEARD of Kaijudo; what is that?  Anime?  Anime translated for network television?  A cartoon named to sound anime-ish?

And thanks again!  Between my job and some books I'm trying to write I'm limited for art, but I do so love to draw so expect some stuff soon (hopefully).  What it will BE I don't know; I kinda have 4 artworks in various stages of completion.  I draw what I feel like.  :)  Been meaning to get some sketch up though to celebrate the revelation of Casey Jones's character design for TMNT 2012; for a TMNT fan its an occasion worth celebrating.
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LHull9 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2013
Heh. I'm actually amused that you replied.

Also a few things:

TFPrime, from what I know is actually based off of the "War for Cybertron" and "Fall of Cybertron" games, not the Bayverse movies.

Kaijudo is the American reboot of the Duel Masters franchise. Unlike it's anime counterpart, this has more Magic: The Gathering take (Which is what it's based off of.). As it has a take on MtG, instead of card gaming, they're traveling through the different dimensions that the creatures exist in and such. Kaijudo means "Way of the Kaiju", as in the practice of taming the creatures they use to fight against the enemy.

But yeah, I'm actually amused that you replied. I also loved your Danny Phantom work aswell.

But anyways, keep up the good work, and stay awesome. :D
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mystryl-shada Featured By Owner Aug 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Whee I amused someone.  :D

Yeah I just found that out from the post beneath.  I didn't know something else spawned the series, that's rather nice to learn.  I DID hear that the design of some bots were made to try to pull in the movie crowd, but that's a lot better than basing things on the movie.  Phew.

Dang, that sounds cool.  I've never gotten into Magic myself, but it has sort of fascinated me. 

Thanks again!  :)
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