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Artist // Professional // Literature
  • Apr 29
  • Germany
  • Deviant for 9 years
  • She / Her
My Bio
greetings to you, my dear visitors, and welcome to my humble page!

here I sometimes blog about things that randomly catch my interest, but mostly I collect art I find interesting, inspiring or simply beautiful.

I enjoy writing Danmei fiction and satiric short stories. Currently I'm working on my first novel which is, of course, also Danmei and nearly finished.

also, I'm very excited about steampunk. I love Victorian fashion, steampunk literature, music and - weapons!

languages that I learned are German, English, French and Japanese (not fluent yet, but I'm working on it! ^^)
languages that I'd like to learn are Hindi, Finnish, Thai, Korean ... so if anyone could teach me, please let me know ^^ I'd highly appreciate it!


thanks for your visit and taking the time to read all that stuff :D

have a moderately tolerable day and take care!

p.s.: if you can't handle my sarcasm, my weirdness and my tendency to laugh at nearly everything, we can't be friends. so ye be warned! ;)

ASP stamp_revamp by German-Blood Sherlocked by darkestmelody
I .heart. Japan Stamp by SakuraStars Stamp - Love India by akkasone :thumb497115018:

Favourite Visual Artist
Victoria Francés, Alfons Mucha
Favourite Movies
The Crow (there are other movies I enjoyed but none like this one)
Favourite TV Shows
Sherlock BBC, Penny Dreadful, Dr. House, The Wrong Mans, Grey Rainbow, The Untamed, Goblin
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Hua Chenyu, X Japan, Florence and the Machine, Anneke van Giersbergen, IAMX, Tim Minchin, ASP, Janus
Favourite Books
Kafka on the Shore, IQ84, A Wild Sheep Chase, The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage, Norwegian Wood, South of the Border - West of the Sun, Blind Willow - Sleeping Woman, Men without Women
Favourite Writers
Haruki Murakami, Jewgeni Jewtuschenko, Erich Kaestner, Kaori Yuki
Other Interests
Bioengineering, Evolutionary Biology, Cognitive Neuroscience, Astrophysics, Quantum Mechanics
Finally!🍾 Happy to announce: My novel is available (so far in German only) as Paperback and E-book!📖 🌈
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when the exposé takes more time than the actual manuscript ...
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lately I obsess over the infinite beauty of the Mandelbrot Set. all the world's beauty in one simple iterated equation: z=z²+c nothing is more satisfying (probably).
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,, and also for the :+fav: of Path of Spirals by FractalMonster   :woohoo:
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Thank you for the :+fav: of Rug Hiding among the Seahorses2 by FractalMonster   :)
Glad you like any of my raw fractals :D Guess you've heard about fractals before? ;)
you're welcome :) (Smile) 
yes, I love fractals. endless forms most beautiful~ :butterfly: (Butterfly) 
Yeah, aren't they :love: IF you wanna try some free simple fractal software of "Mandel an Julia" type, go to this journal. You don't need to know the math behind :wow:
 
Maybe you would appreciate my Chaotic series of fractal articles (<- click) if you have a little theoretical interest ;)
 
Regarding deep zooms in the Mandelbrot set, if you check out my deviation Cauliflowerfort and click the link under "Artist's Comments", from page 4 you can follow the entire zoom sequence in 28 steps :wow:
 
In this journal you have some links to cool fractal animations I stumbled over at YouTube. Also check out the zoom videos in this journal :wow:
 
.. and from the middle of the nineties there is a fantastic TV program about fractals, Colors of Infinity by Arthur Clarke :) Really beautiful soundtracks by Pink Floyd :aww:
Thank you so much! I'll have a look into all of this! And I think I'll start with Colors of Infinity, just because: Pink Floyd Aww
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Thank you so much for adding my Inktober drawing to your favourites. :happybounce: