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My Bio

My drawing habits and style is ever changing... For more recent work, see: https://www.instagram.com/insigniff_art/


Favourite Visual Artist
Kenkou-Cross, Itaru Hinoue, Doomfest, rtil, Mike Inel, Kishida Mel etc.
Favourite TV Shows
I don't watch TV
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Breaking Benjamin, Muse, Radiohead, Flyleaf, Hammock, Blueneck, The White Birch, American Analog Set, Pan American, Trentemöller, Brian Crain, VSQ, Vocaloid (Megurine Luka), S3RL... (i could go on)
Favourite Books
Welcome to the NHK, Catcher in the Rye, Metamorphosis, Ookami to Kyoshinryou
Favourite Writers
Richard Dawkins, Carl Sagan, Aldous Huxley, Georg Klein, Santiago Ramon y Cajal, Albert Camus, Haruki Murakami, Isuna Hasekura
Favourite Games
Portal 2, The World Ends With You, Limbo, Journey, Katawa Shoujo, Saya no Uta
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC, DS/3DS, PS3
Tools of the Trade
inspiration
Other Interests
anime, psychology, neuroscience, indie games and VNs

Point Commissions

Point Commissions

Okay, so i'm thinking of doing commissions (and of abusing the one-day free premium membership by having a sweet journal page with anime girls). Since i'm not really familiar with dA's points system, its economy seems like a confusing mess with arbitrary prices in an ever-increasing range. That said, i'll try to set what i find reasonable. And keep in mind, i'm still a newbie, especially when it comes to backgrounds. Obviously, the more detailed, the more time it will take. But in the end all i can do is try my best, but don't expect perfection. Backgrounds 50pts Example Variations + 10pts each (eg. night-version, added or moved object

Melancholy ramblings

Melancholy ramblings

This isn't going to be one of my most uplifting entries, but on the other hand i will try to keep it short. Contrary to common conception, there isn't always a need for optimism. When laughter, sunshine and the anticipations of spring permeate the air, a new sense of alienation weighs down on the shoulders of the excluded pessimist. The person who sits alone on the park bench, leaving a dark trail in his wake, if any trace at all. Thinking the avoidance might stem from him being so detached and unapproachable, he tries to make contact, but all that is returned is a repulsion of his melancholic attitude. No one wants to listen. Pe

purposeless update to my previous journal entry

purposeless update to my previous journal entry

Quite recently, I listened to a podcast featuring Brian Cox*, (-an enthusiastic particle physicist, and perhaps BBC's new David Attenborough-) which somewhat rekindled my interest in the similarities of the creative processes in science and art. So I thought I might share some thoughts here... While recognizing the widely different aims of these endeavors, I think Brian had some good points when mentioning that theoretical parts of science often include aesthetics (eg. symmetries in physics), and that design of theory often includes pleasing the artistic sense. What distinguishes a scientific theory though, is that it can be tested against n

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CharlottaBavholmProfessional Digital Artist
Tack för watchen! ^^ Du gör riktigt coola landskap!
Ingen orsak, älskar dina drakar :3 Tack så mycket!
CharlottaBavholmProfessional Digital Artist
Aww! Ja det kommer fler drakar snart kan jag lova ;D
Awesome! Ser fram emot det :)
MaMze95Hobbyist Digital Artist
tysm for the fave!!! :icondancingmilkplz:
hi NekoNutchi <3
Oh, hi there! And welcome to deviantArt xD