I'm a thirty-something writer and artisan from Florida. At other places on the internet (mostly Dreamwidth and LiveJournal), I'm mainly preoccupied with fanfiction and icons. My DA account is primarily a place to keep my graphics resources, although I've begun displaying my beadwork here as well.
Favourite Visual Artist
M. C. Escher
Dracula; The Public Enemy; Death Takes a Holiday; X-Men 1+2
Favourite TV Shows
Fullmetal Alchemist; Secret Adventures of Jules Verne; Jack of All Trades
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
3 Doors Down; Goo Goo Dolls
Dracula (Stoker); Doctor Syn series (Thorndike); Saint series (Charteris)
Today at the Anime Orlando store (http://www.animeorlando.com) where I'm selling my beadwork, I was asked for website info. That made me figure I'd better get something up here other than texture sets, so that any shop customers I refer to my DA will know they're in the right place. *g*
So, YES, Anime Orlando customers, I am the seller of the beaded charm fobs: anime-character (or other) charms on bead strands, topped with a large lobster-claw clasp. These pieces of sparkly prettiness can be attached to purses, cellphones, flash drives, zippers... basically anything you can think of. (In fact, I originally started making fobs of this type for
For a couple of years now, I've taken part in fandom charity auctions on LiveJournal, after natural disasters and the like. I have both offered items myself, and bid on the offerings of others.
Unfortunately, I seem to have had an amazing talent for picking fanartists (and fic authors) who never fulfill their offers in the end. I've made nearly thirty dollars' worth of charity donations for which I've never received the promised art or fic in return. (In some cases, after a full two years of waiting--and the artists have long since refused to answer my messages.) Even an auction moderator who offered to step in and fulfill my bids never came