1. What are you on dA for?
At first I came here because everybody from another forum (I stopped being active there now) started to have an account here and when I looked this place up, I really liked it. Now I stay here because it is a nice environment, because you can get help really easily if you want to. This site is full of stock, tutorials, clubs...
2. Who is your favorite dA member and why?
I think that is *pallanoph, her art is really really good and she still is very approachable. You can ask her things and even though it might take her a while to get through all those messages that come with being popular (not that she ever asked for it) she is going to answer you.
3. Tell us a bit about yourself!
About myself? All right, I'm a person that never lives long in one place, I'm somewhat of a nomad. I'm 21 years old and trying to get better in my art, which I discovered as a hobby only 3 years ago. Even though I never really got through to it and I had some times of not getting anything done due to creativity lag. So I'm still at a quite beginners level and I kind of compare myself to much with those who had been studying art for years now.
4. Why did you join *Critique-It?
I'm always looking for active clubs on critiquing and even though I already found some, I'm always up for new ones. It's never to bad to get a critique!
5. What's your favorite piece from your gallery? Why do you like it so much?
My gallery? I think it's this one:
I like it because it displays a clear cultural characteristic, you're not going to find anything like this elsewhere. And it's a shot I'm proud of, it has turned out great even with my crappy flash (which I had to use as it was just too dark for not using it).
6. Do you give critique? Why or why not?
I do give critique, but not really on photography (I just don't know enough about it). I like giving critique because it makes me see the problems in my own art more clearly and because it helps people with their art. Giving critique makes me realise the difficulties people encounter while doing art and it therefore makes me think about these points more when doing my own art. It was giving critique that I realised that photomanipulation wouldn't be my field of digital art as I thought.
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