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Don't worry, I'm not dead, I just been dealing with things offline though.

My sister and my roommate are going through surgery to fix their chronic pain they had since 2012.
I will be praying for them, as well as helping them out, nursing them back to health.

But after I'm done helping them get better, I will share my art, writing, and doll works online.

Sorry for my absence, just been busy recently.
  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: The Phoenix and the Carpet
  • Watching: Godzilla vs Space Godzilla
  • Playing: Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  • Eating: Spaghetti-Os
  • Drinking: Coffee
In case you are all wondering, I deleted two of groups, due to a lack of interest. Though I am keep the RoA group up.

Though I do have an interesting idea for a group I want to start. Perhaps, a couple ideas for that matter.

The main idea for a group, is an SJW rebuttal group called "Samus is not a Trigglypuff".
The main focus and cause of the group is to protect various video game vixens from SJW Tumblr hijacking, for IMO, I think the SJW Tumblr art and fiction is far worse than Erotic art and fiction. Plus, I am just sick to death with SJW fake gamers portraying Samus and similar game heroines as ball busting, man hating, psychopathic killing machines. I mean, what is wrong with female characters that have positive personality traits and an equal balance of strengths and weaknesses?

So yeah, that is one group idea.

The other group idea is a group for monster girl (and monster guy) renditions of various video game characters, based off my RoA x Canon universe crossover series "Super Monster Girl Sisters" (Dai Rantou Monster Musume Sisters).

Tell me all, what do you think of those group ideas? I'd like to hear your thoughts.
  • Listening to: Aria (Russian rock band)
  • Reading: Various How to Draw books
  • Watching: Rifftrax
  • Playing: The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Eating: Menitaiko Spaghetti
  • Drinking: Iced Tea
In case you can tell, I have been keeping myself very busy with world building of my original stories, as well as trying out different types of art exercises.

I am practicing with alternating between realism, and cartoon-y, stylized art.

I am doing these exercises to improve my art style even further. Hell, I might draw some remakes of older drawings I have in this gallery.

Keep your eyes peeled for more updates!
  • Listening to: Live-A-Live OST
  • Reading: Various How to Draw books
  • Watching: Godzilla vs Space Godzilla
  • Playing: Super Smash Bros for the 3DS
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Kool Aid
I'm sorry, but I have to get this out:
No, I am not a canon Nazi, nor am I a fanon Nazi either. My favorite pairings are both canon and fanon, as well as OC pairings.

But what does get my goat: 
Apparently, people think I am a homophobe for having straight, hetero shippings, both canon, fanon and original universe wise.

It seems like the yuri fandom is getting to be just as bad as the yaoi fandom. Now, not only are there misogynistic yaoi fangirls polluting art and fiction sites, there are also misandristic yuri fanatics as well. 

I am so sick to death of how yuri/yaoi fantards make the opposite sex partner as either abusive, annoying, or an intolerant ass clown. It's not just female characters getting hated on in straight pairings, but male characters as well. These misandristic beta male nice guys are getting to be just as annoying as misogynistic nice gals.

To be honest though, I do have some same sex and bisexual group pairings (as well as bisexual overtones in my original works), but now, I'm somewhat nervous to share them with people, due to the rabid fantards fucking it up for everyone. Whatever happened to equality and tolerance?

I'm sorry, I just had to get this out of my system, since it was bugging me for a while.

Tl;dr: Yuri fantards are now as bad as Yaoi fantards. Enough said there!
  • Listening to: Blind Guardian
  • Reading: Old Peter's Russian Folk Tales.
  • Watching: Rifftrax
  • Playing: Bahamut Lagoon
  • Eating: Fried Chicken and biscuits
  • Drinking: Kool Aid
I've been busy on a writing role, for both my original stories and fan fiction projects.

The fan fiction projects are just for fun, I am NOT planning to make a profit off other people's works.
This is just for entertainment purposes only.

I also been enjoying world building and character building with my RoA universe.
As you can tell, I've been commissioning artists to draw my OCs and AU fanon characters.
It's been ages since I've done that, and well, for all the re-designs and re-writings of my RoA stories and characters, it's about time I commissioned other artists to draw my RoA characters in their style. It's quite a refreshing change of pace in my busy schedule.

I'm glad I'm on an art role again. All I can do is try my best, and practice with art and writing.
  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: Various cookbooks
  • Watching: The Dark Crystal
  • Playing: Metroid: Samus Returns
  • Eating: Crab Bisque
  • Drinking: Orange juice
Remember when I said I'm not as active with writing fanfiction as much as I am original fiction?

Well, I guess I'm back in a fanfic mood once more, in a very long time.
However, it's a fanfic crossover with my original stories and universe.
Surprise surprise, huh?

It's is an immense video game x RoA crossover called "Dai Rantou Monster Musume Sisters" (Super Monster Girl Sisters in English).
It's about various video game characters inheriting shape shifting abilities, and taking on monster and demi-human form, in the great battles of order vs chaos. Though they are mostly monster girls, some males will be appearing later on.

Unlike some fanfic writers who shall not be named, I am not planning to make a profit off of this, I'm not claiming it as canon, only fanon, nor do I want do I claim it to be "Original characters DO NOT STEAL" BS. This is just written for fun and games, that's all.

Also, another thing, since a lot of these stories have a fetishy NSFW overtones, ask me to sent the stories in a personal note instead. I don't want to risk getting banned on dA you know.
  • Listening to: Final Fantasy VI OST
  • Reading: Han Christian Andersen's tales
  • Watching: Rifftrax
  • Playing: Super Smash Bros for the 3DS
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Coca Cola
So forgive if I've been coming off as a vicious troll to some, but I really have to get this out....

I've been kind of livid and depressed recently, due to some family drama going on.
Plus, I've been getting sick on and off, dreary weather, and loneliness.

So forgive if I was being kind of a bitch recently. Just so much shit going on IRL.

So in order to soothe my negative emotions, I've made some vent stamps, and making some NSFW vent art soon.

So hopefully that will help me pull through in these trying times.
  • Listening to: Windham Hill samplers
  • Reading: The Ancient Magus Bride manga
  • Watching: Rifftrax
  • Playing: Yoshi Story
  • Eating: Burgers and fries
  • Drinking: Ginger beer
Sorry for not posting much on dA, just caught the flu bug recently (groans).

But anyways, I am coming up with a new art project of my own.
It is called "Märchen Gesichter", which means "Fairy Tale visages", in German.

In between world building for my Realms of Alerfa series, I decided to make some illustrations from various fairy tales and fables. Stories range from the well known, like Cinderella/Aschenputtel, Snow White, and Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid, to lesser known stories like Godfather Death, Sadko, and The Witch Baby.

Just wondering though, is this considered fanart if you make illustrations based off public domain stories and such?
It's not like I'm doing the Disney versions, which are copyrighted. 

So stay tuned fellow watchers!
  • Listening to: Skillet
  • Reading: Old Peter's Russian Tales
  • Watching: Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics
  • Playing: Tekken 7
  • Eating: Pizza
  • Drinking: Sunny-D
Hello everyone.

Sorry if I have been on a hiatus. It's just that family drama, so called "friend" drama and my flu has sort of killed some inspiration I had for art. I'm sorry.

I'll try to look for more inspiration soon, and settle things with my family and friends.
  • Listening to: Blind Guardian
  • Reading: Old Peter's Russian Tales
  • Watching: Jim Henson's The Storyteller
  • Playing: Super Mario Bros 3
  • Eating: Miso Soup
  • Drinking: Root Beer
I'm sorry if I haven't been updating as frequently this time around.
I am busy on a TON of arts and crafts projects recently.

I am planning to make Plushies, key chains, Christmas Ornaments and what not, so I might be offline here and there.
One day, when I prefect the art of doll making and such, I might sell them online. Who knows?

Here's to hoping for successful projects! CHEERS!
  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: Various Creepypastas
  • Watching: Various Russian animated shorts
  • Playing: Super Mario Bros 3
  • Eating: Macaroni and Cheese
  • Drinking: Kool Aid
Sorry about the delays with my art and writing projects.
I just came down with a nasty flu of some sort. It's so annoying and not fun at all.

So anyways, once I feel better, I'm going to get back into drawing and writing once more.

In the meantime, I'll just drink some herbal tea and play Final Fantasy V.
  • Listening to: Blind Guardian
  • Reading: Grimm's Fairy Tales (uncut version)
  • Watching: Rifftrax
  • Playing: Final Fantasy V
  • Eating: Shrimp with Lobster Sauce
  • Drinking: Herbal tea
For now, I took down my second book, The Children of Loki, because I am planning to re-write it and correct all the errors and mistakes I found in the story. I thank all those who politely critiqued my work, so I can better myself as an artist and a writer.

I might write more side stories sooner or later, as well as reworking some illustrations and such.

I just had to let everyone know this. I'm not giving up, I'm just planning to improve my writing and art as we speak.

Toodles! Stay tuned for more art and writing!
  • Listening to: Final Fantasy IX OST
  • Reading: At the Earth's Core
  • Watching: Cinemassace YT channel
  • Playing: Legend of Mana
  • Eating: Taco Bell
  • Drinking: Earl Grey tea
I'm sorry if it had to come down to this, but I am ending up having to write a call out journal, once again

Here is the user I am calling out:
patrickveteisbackplz.deviantar…

Patty here, is cyber stalking and cyber harassing users on dA, just because those user do not love or worship his pwecious Frozen and other Disney movies. Hell, he is getting my friends banned over hating on his "Pwecious Chihdhud Memowies"! 

Get this Patty: You say are for free speech, but only if people kiss your ass and give you ass pats.
But people giving an honest opinion on a GODDAMN FUCKING DISNEY CARTOON OR TWO, it's just immoral, and you have to bully and stalk people until they get banned.

You know what Patty, stalking and bullying people will not make people love Frozen. In fact, it will just make them hate on Frozen even more than ever. Hell, I almost lost interest in Disney cartoons all together, because of butt hurt crybullies like you polluting the Disney fandom.

"But it's for kids! Don't critique or criticize it!"

Well too fucking bad. You use THE MOST ANCIENT EXCUSE IN THE BOOK to accept mediocre products. So what if it's for kids?
People are allowed to critique and give honest reviews to media aimed at children. Now who's feeling are the critics afraid to hurt? The children fans, or the adult baby nostalgiatards who need to get a life badly? 

I'm going with answer #2, because young kids are NOT the ones to read reviews. They don't care if people hate what they like. However, adult baby crybullies get butt hurt over negative reviews, and make violent threats over people hating on their pwecious work of fiction. You think older teen and adult fans would no better than to get all violent and wacko over people hating on kid's shows, but I guess that's not the case with all of them, sadly enough.

Spread the word of this cyber bully and cyber stalker people! His behavior is NOT EXCUSABLE! THIS NEEDS TO STOP NOW!
  • Listening to: Jordan Chan
  • Reading: At the Earth's Core
  • Watching: The Dark Crystal
  • Playing: Legend of Mana
  • Eating: Eggs and English muffins
  • Drinking: Berry tea
Just letting everyone know, I'm going to sell prints of my original artwork on DeviantArt.
I got this idea from some fans that shall remain anonymous. 

So, here is the low down:

 I will be selling art prints of my original characters and original universes ONLY! NO FANART! It is against most art selling website rules to sell fanart of pre-existing, copyright works....Though this might work differently for works in the public domain (eg. Fairy Tales, Folklore, etc.)

I'm remaking A LOT of my older artwork, and remake it with the art techniques I learned over the years I was at college.

So far, I'm selling on dA only for now. Though I may think about selling my original works on Cafe Press...Who knows.

I thank my fans for this idea. Just had to announce it to those unaware of this news.

Here is the prints for sale:
boschian-fantasies.deviantart.…
  • Listening to: Skillet
  • Reading: Grimm's Fairy Tales
  • Watching: GMVs on youtube
  • Playing: Soulcalibur V
  • Eating: Cream Cheese crab wontons
  • Drinking: Kool Aid
You are all wondering why I changed my name from Guei-Girl, to Boschian-Fantasies, huh?

Well, I wanted a user name to reflect on an artist that is one of my many inspirations.

Nothing against Soulcalibur, as it is one of my favorite video game series of all time. However, not everyone is familiar with the SC series, and don't get why I have the username Guei-Girl. 

So therefore, I changed it to something more familiar and reflects more of my artistic personality.
Since Hieronymus Bosch is one of the many, many, MAAAAAAAANY inspirations for my art style, I decided to be known as Boschian-Fantasies.

Get my drift?
  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: Russian fairy tales and folklore
  • Watching: ProJared's YT channel
  • Playing: Harvest Moon: A Tale of Two Towns
  • Eating: Seafood Chowder
  • Drinking: Chocolate Milk
Sorry if I haven't been online much those last five days.

It's just that on Tuesday, I finally got my broken back molar extracted. It was broken for two weeks, and making my life a living hell.

So for three days, I got some rest, since I was groggy from the sedatives. But now, I am starting to feel much better.

There are projects to get done, and they're not going to get by themselves without me.

I'm feeling much better and my energy has returned! Hooray!
  • Listening to: The Who
  • Reading: Various cookbooks
  • Watching: Tekken: Blood Vengeance
  • Playing: Demon's Crest
  • Eating: Spaghetti with Basil sauce
  • Drinking: Chocolate Milk
Recently, I have been watching some videos made by this fine deviant artist and art critic:
solarsands.deviantart.com/

It got me thinking on some of my past experiences as an artist on this site:

Okay, to be truthful, I draw erotic adult art, but at least I have the decency to put a mature content filter on it.
And I respect people's opinion about what they like and what they dislike....If they don't like gore or sex, fine by me, I respect that and move on with my life.

Why can't other erotic artists do the same on this site?

I mean, yeah, we all get it, you have a fetish! I don't care! 
But my gods, do those people have to be intolerant asshole bitches about it?

This is why I abandoned a few sites like Eka's Portal. That site is full of adult children who scream, cry, and threaten to muder people over disagreeing with their likes and dislikes. I mean, it is a fetish site, I get it. But you would all think that people who draw this stuff can distinguish fantasy from reality, but sadly, that isn't always the case.

I just hope dA doesn't end up like Eka's Portal: A fetish site run by adult children who get violent over people disagreeing with their kinks or favorite characters. 

Seriously, this is getting out of hand. It has gotten to the point where I feel ashamed to draw adult artwork, due to these disrespectful lulz cows who act like utter jackasses when it comes to their kinks. It's getting old. I am fed up!

End of rant. Whew, I feel a little better.
  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: Russian fairy tales and folklore
  • Watching: Married with Children
  • Playing: Yoshi's Wooly World
  • Eating: Spaghettios
  • Drinking: Kool Aid

You are all probably wondering what is up with me drawing tons and tons of Bahamut Lagoon art, huh?

Well, it's sort of a belated anniversary of the game.

Originally, I was going to do a fanart celebration of Bahamut Lagoon's 20th anniversary, but due to my dog dying and family drama, it was postponed to this year. So basically, it's now the 21st anniversary of Bahamut Lagoon.

Why draw fanart of Bahamut Lagoon you ask...?

Well....I have an answer:

Bahamut Lagoon is my #1 favorite Japan exclusive video game, with Seiken Densetsu 3 and Final Fantasy V (or FFV used to be a Japan only game) following behind. Bahamut Lagoon left an impact on me when I was playing it.

Sure, the story line to BahaLag starts out as a typical cookie cutter “Save the Princess” type of story oh so common in video games. But without spoiling anything, the plot evolves into a bigger, more deeper picture. There were many plot twists I haven't seen coming, as well as a whole bunch of cliché breaking moments in both the story line and the characters themselves. They might as well rename Bahamut Lagoon into “The Ultimate Cliche Breaker RPG”. That is how awesome the story line is.

The game play is more like a beginner friendly version of a Strategy RPG, with hints of turn base elements and monster ranching. Though BahaLag is a beginner's Strategy RPG, don't let that turn you off of the game. It is also a very long game, with a whopping 27 chapters to get through. It is that epic.

BahaLag is proof that beginner entry RPGs don't have to suck ass, unlike a certain beginner friendly RPG released in North America and Europe (cough) Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (cough).

So anyways, I highly recommend Bahamut Lagoon. It is fan translated in English, so, give the game a shot whenever you get the chance.   

  • Listening to: Bahamut Lagoon OST
  • Reading: Various Japanese cookbooks
  • Watching: Tekken: Blood Vengeance
  • Playing: Bahamut Lagoon
  • Eating: Egg sandwich
  • Drinking: Dr. Pepper

Questions for the Men about How Romantic Movies/Books Affect Expectations in Women

ANSWERED!

Website this is from:

peacefulwife.com/2015/01/03/qu…

NOTE: I happen to be female, but even I hate so called “Romantic movies and novels” that are, in reality, pornography for lonely housewives and basement dwelling wallflowers.

Key:

Q = Questions asked
A= My answers

Let's begin, shall we?


Q: In what ways do romantic books/songs/movies portray men emotionally that do not accurately represent how men think or feel in your opinion?

A. It's because real life human males do not look nor act like physically and emotionally perfect Gary Stu characters written by bored, disenchanted house wives.

In real life, these so-called “Gary Stus in shining armor” would get fed up at these harpies crying misogyny and mansplaining over these guys trying to express their own personal feelings and emotions to these selfish, vain, narcissistic curs, and dump them like rotten harbor trash.

Men are only human gals. They are not Gary Stu Prince Charmings who after to come to your beck and call.


Q. In what ways do romantic books/songs/movies portray men verbally that do not accurately represent how men express themselves?


A. Like how real life human males do NOT EVER speak in purple prose talk. Unless he is a super emo Hot Topic reject that is trying way too hard to sound deep and intellectual, only to come off as pretentious and snobbish to most human life forms, MALE OR FEMALE.


Q: What romantic expectations – or expectations of men – do these forms of media create in women that are difficult for men to meet in real-life relationships/marriage?

A: Like how these men in these stories have to sacrifice their careers, their hopes, their dreams, their identity and hell, perhaps even their lives to please their so-called “Princess Fair” they are in a relationship with.

So basically, Price Gary Stu selflessly keeps on giving and giving, while Princess Fair selfishly keeps taking and taking, without returning any favors in return.

For example:

City of Angels (1998): A male angels wants to give up his immortality and his ideal life in heaven, so he can fall in love with a bland human woman.

The Notebook (2004): Two of the male love interests in this contrived love triangle gets their lives, hopes, dreams and what not, ruined by the woman who emotionally toys around with them like a couple of living, inflatable sex dolls.

A Knight's Tale (2001): A “knight in shining armor” puts himself in dangerous, life threatening missions and jousting, just to win the approval of his lady fair's hand in marriage.

Does any of these stories sound romantic to you ladies?

Because to me, they come off as toxic and unhealthy. And keep in mind, I'm a woman too.

SJW feminists keep complaining and crying about movies like Disney's The Little Mermaid, where a female mermaid gives up everything for some hot nookie time with her prince, yet they would find the story to be female empowerment and ideal if Ariel was a merman giving up everything for hot nights in bed with Princess Erica....If that doesn't cry “hypocrisy” and “double standards”, then, what does?


Q: What things seem the most unrealistic about the male characters who are romantic leads in romantic movies/songs?


A: I find the most unrealistic thing about these so called “Romance stories” is that the male love interest never ever questions his girlfriend's authority, and just accepts every single thing she throws out to him, and never questions anything she does.

If he did question his girlfriend's authorities or called her out on things, she starts to mansplain, and cry “misogyny”, and “Chauvinistic pig” over her boyfriend having a mind of his own.

These so-called women in these stories cry and whine over first world problems of their boyfriend having a mind of his own, calling it sexist, while women in Middle Eastern countries are going through hellish real life misogyny and sexism.

Cry me a river indeed.


Q: Have you ever seen a romantic movie where you thought that masculinity was portrayed in an accurate way? If so, what was it that seemed authentic in the portrayal to you?


A: Well, they are not really movies, as they are Japanese manga comics instead.

Try reading My Love Story and The Ancient Magus bride as a cure for the common chick literature.

In My Love Story, a girl gets rescued from being sexually harassed on a subway by a portly, gonk like man, and she loves him for being kind and noble to her, not for his looks nor wealth.

In the Ancient Magus Bride, a male creature known as Elias buys a young woman named Chise out of slavery, because she showed remorse and empathy to her sad, heart breaking plight. He then treats her like a member of his family.

Those are stories I find romantic and touching, not some forced kissy goo goo eyes crap being marketed to women and girls.


Q: What unrealistic expectations of men or what unrealistic romantic expectations do you find that women have (even if not from romantic media).


A: Men are expected to be lean, somewhat muscular, athletically fit, have androgynous facial features and hair styles, have tons of money, have an excellent paying job, sparkle in the sunlight, and devote his entire existence to his maiden fair.

These women with these expectations, on the other hand, do not want their boyfriend expressing his personal thoughts, feelings, emotions, hobbies nor interests that don't cater to them or their interests.

These women (Or should I call them, superficial, vain harpies instead? Because real women like myself do not act this stupid, selfish, shallow, vain, and delusional like these harpies do.) want to be idolized, pampered and adored, just for having an innie instead of an outtie like guys do.

But heaven forbid if men have crushes on female characters or celebrities. A lot of these guys know they will never meet these women, and just joke around and laugh off over their crushes. Yet these harpies get soooooo livid if a man talks about women other than her, or even has lady friends who are just there for a platonic friendship.

These harpies want to isolate these men from what these hags find “triggering” or “offensive”, and hold a double standard that she can go on about wet dream fantasies of fictional male characters. Hell, some of these harpies want to go fifteen steps too far as pressuring their boyfriend to look and act like their imaginary, fictional/celebrity heart throb she has a crush on.

I'm sorry ladies, you cannot have your cake and eat it up too. In order to have your cake, you have to share with everyone, and not hoard it to yourself. That is how equality works.


Q: What things are romantic to men?

A: Mmmmm....I'm guessing what men find romantic, is saving women from horrifying, abusive situations, as well as asking for equality in a relationship, and not having the woman act like a total mooch or a delusional, childish, airhead about their relationship.

Also, real, civilized men love women who can handle themselves and not demand to be pampered and adored like a spoiled princess. They want both parties to give and take equally and not take everything for themselves without saying “Thank you” or giving back in return.

I have a lot of male friends and fans who have been in toxic, unhealthy relationships with the women who like these harpies I mentioned, and my heart goes out to them, as I pray for their recovery from a failed, one-sided relationship.

Hell, it shouldn't only be men with this mindset. Some women, like myself, ask for the relationship I posted in this answer. Not all women are delusional, shallow, selfish,easily offended women children with a baby mentality. Good women exist, as well as good men exist.

You just have to look hard, and not give up on life.

                                                                                       

Hell, why does it have to be a romantic relationship? Platonic relationships, like friendships, sibling love and parental love, are also important to both genders. Love is a pretty important emotion. We just have to be there and never give on life. Sometimes, the best happy endings in life, are the endings where you earn the happily ever after, instead of demanding for it.

  • Listening to: Nightwish
  • Reading: Russian fairy tales and folklore
  • Watching: Tekken: Blood Vengeance
  • Playing: Startropics
  • Eating: Fruit and berries
  • Drinking: Orange juice
This year, 2017, is being soooo rotten so far....

Why?

1. My old computer died off and I had to get a new one. That means downloading all my art programs, scanner, digital camera software and such all over again!

2. My sister is in a lot of chronic pain. Sure, she was in pain since 2012, but it seems like it has gotten worse this year.

3. I've been sick with a very nasty stomach flu this week. I felt nausea for two whole days, and couldn't sleep for two whole nights. Sure it's getting somewhat better, but it is taking its sweet time to just die off....

2017 would be a better year than 2016 they said.... Things will get better they said....*groans*
  • Listening to: Aria (Russian rock band)
  • Reading: Bros Grimm Fairy Tales
  • Watching: BJD tutorials on youtube
  • Playing: Harvest Moon: A Tale of Two Towns
  • Eating: Honey toast
  • Drinking: Tea