Bleach Me: Ulquiorra CiferUlquiorra CiferBleach Me: Ulquiorra Cifer2 years ago in Art Features More Like This
Birthday: December 1
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color Green
Height: 169 cm (5'6½")
Weight: 55 kg (121 lbs.)
Occupation: 4th Espada of Aizen's Arrancar Army
Japanese Voice Actor: Daisuke Namikawa
[Bullet; Black] English Voice Actor: Tony Oliver (Anime), Steven Jay Blum (Bleach: Shattered Blade)
[Bullet; White] ”If you do not know it, then I shall enlighten you. This is the form of true despair.”
New Contest! Anything From ZeldaNew Contest! Anything From Zelda11 months ago in Personal More Like This
So yeah, I got another contest going. This time the goal will be to draw anything from the Zelda universe. You can draw moblins, stalfos, re-dead, poe's, and really whatever, even Link himself, as long as it is from the universe of Zelda.
1st Place Prize will be 1000 points
2nd Place Prize will be 500 points
3rd place Prize will be 250 points
Contest Begins now and ends February 25th
All entries must be new deviations that were specifically created for this contest.
:iconLegendofZeldafanz: :iconToonLinkFans: :iconThe-Undead-Of-Hyrule:
:iconAnotherContestGroup: :iconWeAllLoveLink: :iconOcarina-of-Twilight:
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pfffffftYou guys'd better be glad I like not being in jail because during my bi-monthly trip to Barnes & Noble, I came across some Funko Pony figures.pfffffft8 months ago in Personal More Like This
And one of the mini-Funko figures had been opened. Turned out it was the white Vinyl Scratch from the third picture up there.
Now being a pony fan I had a geek moment, with Mom standing right next to me. "It's Vinyl Scratch AHHH!" :icondummywooplz:
Zero fucks given.
But also being a lover of not-being-in-jail, I did what any sane, law-abiding pony fan would do.
stole that shit
Turned in the Vinyl Scratch to the front desk.
Someday I will get more than two pieces of pony merch on my empty shelf. Eventually.
To Be Seen .73A weekly article featuring five photographers from all areas in the deviantART community. Spare a bit of time to take a gander at the photographs and their respective galleries showcased below!To Be Seen .7311 months ago in Art Features More Like This
sky water planet by DerelictVampire Valkyrie by DerelictVampire Sunflow by DerelictVampire
Luna Moth by DerelictVampire Mantodea Lambo by DerelictVampire
Dreamy Droplets by needcaffine Flower to Seed by needcaffine Bauble Droplet... Merry Christmas by needcaffine
Dandelion seed by needcaffine Welcombe Mouth, North Devon, UK by needcaffine
:thumb414128073: Alyssa I by jemmastanley Lukas II by jemmastanley
Iana I by jemmastanley The Pale Cast of Thought by jemmastanley
If you have any suggestions for (improving) the Photography Gallery, anything photography related in communityrelations that you would like/we could provide for you (features, interviews, contests, news, t
The sudden realizationMy boyfriend and I watched a documentation about Indie gaming yesterday. Not that I'm so much into gaming, but I do enjoy an occasional documentary. And if there's one thing that I have in common with those Indie game makers is that we're both artists and we're both working on an own project, although that project is very different in nature. The movie followed a few of those indie game makers through the making and publishing of their projects.The sudden realization11 months ago in Personal More Like This
One of the people that were followed, was Phil Fish, the developer of a game called Fez.
While his game seemed to be pretty good looking (I'm not a gamer, so I've never played it), the drama around the making and the release of the game was what I remembered most. Threatening to kill a fellow co-worker and that kind of stuff. At the end of the movie, both I and m
Frozen Discussion/Debate: Parent's decisionHi, everyone!Frozen Discussion/Debate: Parent's decision10 months ago in Personal More Like This
I hope you're all having a fantastic month! I've watched the movie Frozen, and fell in love with the movie. It was such a beautiful movie, and it had meaningful messages.
However, I'm going to bring up the controversy/debate about Disney's representation of parents.
I couldn't help, but compare this movie's similarities with Tangled and The Hunchback Of Notre Dame.
Like Quasimodo, Elsa's parents had hidden her from the public eye, because of her power's. Quasimodo was 'concealed' because of his appearance. They were both taught to not 'feel' the need to accept themselves, and to go outside. They were both lead, in way, to feel like a monster. Like Rapunzel, who had a magical power (in her hair), they were both concealed from the public. They had different reasons...for doing so. Frollo, was cold-hearted, and refused to give Quasimodo any freedom or love. Frollo was darker, though. The same thing goes for Mother Goth
Super Smash Bros x Attack on Titan Opening 2I FINISHED IT!!!!! :iconfinallyplz:Super Smash Bros x Attack on Titan Opening 211 months ago in Personal More Like This
I can't believe I'm done...after 6 months of working (Could've been 4 or 5 if school wasn't in the way all the time...T__T) I'm done...
My initial deadline was by the end of April, but....I finished a lot earlier than that. I FEEL INVINCIBLE NOW!!!!
If you're gonna comment, it would be nice if you were to comment on the actual YouTube page. But if you can't because of reasons, then it's okay....I guess....
Feel free to share on Tumblr or other websites as long as you link back to the original video page.
Please do not reupload as your own. I w
Fisheye Placebo ImagesI saw this awesome Fisheye Placebo music video by Linda Neumann and realized that it would probably be easier for music video editors and language translators to have a textless version of all of the panels so here it is https://www.dropbox.com/sh/84jcondrsylfh82/pVEbp8d1QqFisheye Placebo Images1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Feel free to download the images for any class projects, music videos, translations, etc. Please credit and remember that I drew these for everyone to read for free, so do not try to sell or profit from my work in anyway. If I find people charging others for translated versions of this story, or selling copies of my work, I will be very angry ):
That aside, check out the cool video! She did a wonderful job editing everything
AmbitionMy profile page states that I'm not a professional artist.Ambition10 months ago in Personal More Like This
I put it up there, nice and bold, so there would never be a mistake about that.
Yet, seeing the messages I receive, I think many people get me wrong on that one.
I don't state this whole not-being-a-professional-thing because I think my art sucks and I somehow desperately want people to reinforce me. No, I state this because I'm not a professional in the sense that art isn't my job. I'm not doing art for money, and that's the simple reason why. I never took art commissions and I've never even really tried to do so. Because I do art for the enjoyment alone.
Nice statement, you'd say. But you know what the strange thing is? People try to guilt talk me a lot.
Tell me that I'm low on ambition, that I would be able to make it if I really wanted, or even that I'm wasting my talent by just making art for my own enjoyment. Because "If you're good at something, you shou
Fluffens: All you need to knowThis journal is a work in progress, and right now only contains information on district one and the basics. Ill update it another time with district two and three!Fluffens: All you need to know1 year ago in Personal More Like This
SORRY ITS A LONG READ LOL
If you have any other questions about stuff regarding fluffens thats not included here, please feel free to ask!
Fluffens are classified as a human hybrid species. During fetal development, they closely resemble the anima variety of their descendants.
One of the fascinating traits of fluffens is their developmental stages after birth. Depending on the region and environment of birth, a fluffen will grow up in one of three forms. The three forms are separated by district, District 1, District 2, and District 3. The development of each Fluffen depends heavily on the environment of where they were born. The Fluffen can range from very human with few animal traits, from very an
Coming Back!Thank you everyone who has supported me and given me their valuable advice about how to deal with my family situation in China. I'm happy to say that my father and I are on much better terms now. It's honestly more than I could ever have hoped for and I haven't been this happy in a long time.Coming Back!9 months ago in Personal More Like This
The comments you guys left really helped me believe in myself. Thanks to everyone's encouragement, I know I wasn't in the wrong. I was able to firmly explain my problems with my father. It took many long and heated discussions before we finally came to an understanding but it was definitely worth it. He eventually admitted that he was wrong, and shouldn't have brushed me aside as being "too bothersome" or not worth angering his crazy wife for. He said he regrets the way he treated me, and has promised to try to visit me once a year. It's really hard to put into words how much that means to me, and I truly thank you all for helping me get to this point.
I read in the comments that many have e
Educating OurselvesThis journal contains a lot of potentially buzz-work things that could result in arguments from people who don't take the time to read my message. For example I mention Anita Sarkeesian, but I don't want people to start arguing against her points of view because that's NOT what this journal is about. So please, read carefully before you respond to help avoid knee-jerk reactions since that's exactly what this journal is about trying to AVOID.Educating Ourselves10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Over the years I’ve had a pretty straightforward view on gun control. Guns are dangerous and need to be restricted and made more inaccessible to prevent future acts of gun violence. I’ve never genuinely believed in the idea of banning all guns because I do think people DO need to have ways to protect themselves.
However, I’ve recently been thinking more about a different aspect to the gun control debate and it’s broader implications to other troublesome politically charged areas of our (United States) cult
I am 84% addicted to my OC'staken from :iconarch-guardian-angel:I am 84% addicted to my OC's5 months ago in Personal More Like This
[x] You have an OC that resembles yourself - Ssss I have to say a mix of them in a way Sometimes I resemble Sonya, other times I really resemble Yachiru Yamazaki
 One of your OC's has your name
[x] You have OC's that are siblings
[x] You are constantly drawing your OC's
[x] You constantly receive positive feedback about one or more of your OC's
[x] You have more than five OC's
[x] Your OC's are varied
[x] You have a main OC whom you love the most out of all your OC's - more like four main OC's the four amigos *cough*
[x] Your OC's are mostly mythical
[x] A lot of your OC's were adoptables
[x] You have a 'bad boy' or 'bad girl' OC
[x] You have a girly OC
[x] You have a 'cool' or 'sly' OC
[x] You have a sporty OC
[x] You have a fun OC
[x] You have a lot of 'perfect' OC's (skinny, muscles, perfect hair, ect)- Mix between imperfect and perfect?
[x] You have a lot of 'imperfect' OC's (more blubb
ImprovementOver the years, many people have asked me for how long I've been drawing. While it's true that I started drawing as soon as I was able to hold a pencil, I was never that serious about it. In a sense, you can ask yourself if I was any serious on art altogether. Because, in the end, all kids draw. I think most people can remember making drawings in grade school. Because it's something kids do naturally. Depicting the world around them with images. The beautiful thing is that kids have no fear. They just draw whatever they like, and are usually happy with it. It isn't until the age of 10 or 12, that the outside world suddenly expects you to be either good at something, or stop doing it. It's at that age that we become self cautious about drawing. And therefore it's around that age many kids eventually stop drawing.Improvement10 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
I came to that age as well. I have to admit... it kicked in a little late on me.
For those that wonder what I'm talking about; those are the 2 years I stopped
Potentially Unpopular Musings Junk DrawerI’ve been saving up a bunch of topics I wanted to talk about, but for some reason haven’t been able to stretch out into full journal discussions. So I’m just gonna lump them all together here in one big “junk drawer” journal to get them out. I’d like to think that these aren’t “unpopular ideas” at all, and just common sense. But as I’ve learned about the internet just believing that women are people is considered a “controversial opinion” so... I’m just gonna lump these all under the idea of “potentially unpopular musings.”Potentially Unpopular Musings Junk Drawer5 months ago in Personal More Like This
Being 100% Objective is Impossible
If there’s one myth I wish I could dispel, it’s that criticism is suppose to be devoid of bias in favor of being objective. While this is a nice sort of unobtainable Buddhist enlightenment concept... it’s just not technically or realistically possible. Everything around us affects our mood, disposition, opi
RantI just pulled the internet cable out for a few days to withstand the urge to rant beyond any reason.Rant10 months ago in Personal More Like This
And even now I'm seriously considering disabling comments for the things that I make. Because I'm so fed up with the continuous hate. And I'm so goddamn sick and tired of people that send me messages that I should just die, just because I happen to make a tutorial. (Yes, this message was literally send to me -- by PM ofcourse)
In the past weekend I hadn't so much to do. I wasn't that inspired to make art, so I decided to work on that tutorial that for which the idea had been floating inside my head for a while already.
Like some of you know, I've been giving drawing workshops every now and then for the past 2 years. Nothing too serious. I don't even get paid for it (aside from an occasional artbook or fanart drawing). I was there because of passion. Beca
Thank You!Thank you guys so much for the deviousness award! But it's really not just this award, thank you all for the support through out the years.Thank You!1 year ago in Personal More Like This
I can honestly say that I grew up with this community and everyone here has taught me so much, and not just about art, but also on how to be a person. When I first got this account at the age of 12, I could have never imagined how much it has shaped my life and career. It sounds cliche but I probably wouldn't have became an artist if it hadn't been for everyone here on deviantART. Through all of the ups and downs in life, the community has always been the support and inspiration that kept me going.
I hope to give back as much as everyone has given me. I will continue to create more comics, tutorials and art in the future. I will never stop, and I have you all to thank for that.
So truly, thank you!
THE ALIEN SEA IS FINISHED, WATCH IT TODAY!!THE ALIEN SEA IS FINISHED, WATCH IT TODAY!!11 months ago in Personal More Like This
THE BEST OF FEBRUARYThe polls winners:THE BEST OF FEBRUARY10 months ago in Personal More Like This
Spirit Of The Sources Reg by neisbeisVenus by zvepywkaThe Moon by Sophia-M
New Year 2014 by tiffaEllie (The Last Of Us) by AmBr0True love by jankolas
Tortugas by Bara-RoseAbandoned mines by ivany86
The Roman by AlicechanSpectral Aurite by AlMaNeGrA
U N I V E R S E by tincek-marincekLoki's Children by sandara
Copy1 Copy by saengkang2
A small feature of artworksSometimes i come across artwork that stay in my mind for a long time. And i'd like to feature some of these artworks for everyone to seeA small feature of artworks11 months ago in Art Features More Like This
What do you think of deviants that leave dA?Every once in a few months i look at my list of friends and see one or more deviants i'm watching that have deactivated their account. Now i'm not big on dArama but i'd like to know when and why these deviants are leaving. Some are artists i really admire and it's just a shame not to receive their stuff in my inbox anymore. So what do you think? SHould deviants make or not a journal that they're leaving dA? I'd like to hear your oppinions, that is if anyone still reads my journalsWhat do you think of deviants that leave dA?1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Just to make things clear, i'm not intending to leave dA so this is not some masked message of some sort C:
On another note, happy birthday to deviantART! woohoo!
Since this journal is a little lonely, i'll also add a little feature here of some works that have recently caught my attention, enjoy:
RANT: Plushie artists and their RUDE customersfeel free to ignore this journal i just needed to ventRANT: Plushie artists and their RUDE customers7 months ago in Personal More Like This
NOTE: THIS DOESNT APPLY TO ALL CUSTOMERS/COMMISSIONERS OF PLUSHIE ARTISTS, just the ones that are rude and try to haggle lower prices continuously and dont respect their work
Ok, I know that a lot of people have had their fair share of rude and frustrating customers, but my sister just dealt with one commissioner tonight that really made me pull my hair out.
After receiving a commission to sew a chibi Manetric (a pokemon for those who dont know, heres a pic of one) the commissioner tried to haggle the price down an extra 10 dollars, to which she agreed to after telling the commissioner she would just have to make it simpler and less detailed. the agreed price was 50 for the commission. The cost of fabric and supplies, 10$, leaving her a measly 40$ for 9 hours of work. thats less than 4 dollars an hour..
My sister comp
Why equipment doesn't matter all that muchOh god, I wanted that Wacom Intuos tablet so badly.Why equipment doesn't matter all that much10 months ago in Deviant Events More Like This
I was 16 years old at that time. I had already seen so much amazing art on the internet for the last few years. Digital art, to be precise. And I wanted to be able to do that as well. I had a computer, I had installed Photoshop. The only thing that I didn't have was money. I was completely broke. Note: it's 2004 we're talking about, here. 10 years ago (yeah, I'm old) when computers still costed a fortune and one almost had to take an extra mortgage in order to be able to pay a tablet. Back then, the average Intuos tablet costed as much as the average computer; a whole damn lot of money.
I had already been drawing for years, back then.
I occasionally scanned my drawings. But as my scanner was utter crap (all scanners where, back then), my preferred medium was pencil (that never does well with scanners) and I wasn't that good with adjusting colors in Photoshop... most of my drawings ended in utter digital disappointment.
Event VI Deadline has been extended to 27 SeptemberEvent VI1 year ago in Personal More Like This
you MUST draw a kingdom hearts character in the same picture as the OC for this event. your OC alone will not be accepted.
After counting all the votes....Event VI is..
Japanese Festival theme. OC paired up with KH Character
This time we seem to be a bit more merciful lol ^^
The event is very simple really. You must draw your OC paired with a Kingdom Hearts character in Japanese Festival theme. it's simple no ??
Here are the rules:
You must be a member
You must have your OC entered in the Ranking System xxkingdomheartsocxx.deviantart…
Any Media is allowed in the Events. But please read the rules for the doll making program otherwise it will not be allowed. xxkingdomheartso