Hey everyone, Omnicidal Clown here, and yes! You are reading this right. It's been five years since I started this DeviantArt page. And what a trip it's been. And to think that when I started out, I only created my DeviantArt to look at some of the amazing fanarts I've seen. Some that are great, some that are not so great and some that are just downright disturbing. I've favorited many artworks that I liked, and even commented a few that really peaked my interest.
However, When I created my DeviantArt page, I originally had no idea what I wanted to submit. And I didn't submit anything until roughly a month pasted by. It wasn't until on October 1st 2013, I finally submitted a picture on DeviantArt, with my very first artwork I submitted was one of my drawing I did years ago by the name of Lord Genocide; a powerful God of Creation and Destruction who issues a tournament where anyone from different time periods and worlds could participate. I eventually liked the idea and decided to submit more of my drawing on DeviantArt. But when I did, I realized that I had a bit of a problem. Every time when I wanted to submit my artwork, I have to use the crappy camera on my Nintendo 3DS and place the memory card inside my 3DS to open onto my computer, save it into a new file, and Submit my drawing, which also includes making a brief, or in some cases extended history of my fanmade characters, which ended up me realizing that I wasn't enjoying myself. And as a result I began submitting less and less artworks. Not to mention, the images were really blurry. As a result, I didn't submit any new artwork for over 2 years.
Meanwhile, while I doing this, I was on one of my favorite websites the Death Battle Wiki, and while I was observing the images on said Wiki, I noticed that many people have both wished and created many different ideas. One day I wrote a blog on the Wiki involving the Death Battles that I wanted to see. Sometime after I submitted a random User told me that I could always do the Death Battles Fanon Wiki and create my fan made Death Battles. And that's what I eventually did. I went to the wiki and saw a good chunk of Death Battle Ideas. I looked and looked, until one day, sometime before March 27th 2015, I thought to myself "You know what, I'm gonna do it! I'm gonna create my one Fanmade Death Battle." And that's what I did, I created my very first fight between Axel from Kingdom Hearts and Zuko from Avatar the Last Airbender, which also includes creating my first Death Battle Thumbnail. Admittedly it's kinda outdated, especially with the more recent Death Battles and Death Battle Ideas. But I was still proud of it, and I just keep going. Battles like Zeus vs. Deus, Rainbow Dragon vs. Ho-Oh, Myotismon vs. ShadeMan.EXE, and many others were submitted. Many liked them, but there were some that either didn't like the fight or didn't agree with the outcomes. As time went by, more and more ideas began popping into my head, and as a result, I created a blog consisting of the Death Battle Ideas that I wanted to do.... in which none of the them were seen in an actual fight (not unless you include someone else doing the idea first).
As I was doing this, I was still look up DeviantArt, I was also beginning to look at other Deviants. One day, I came across a Deviant who was submitting fanmade thumbnails of Death Battle Ideas, in which (if I'm not mistaken,) was fellow Deviant JasonPictures. Realizing that if he could submit Death Battle Ideas, I eventually did so two. And on December 5, 2015, I submitted my first Death Battles since I submitted The Psycho; which was 1987 RoboCop vs. 2014 RoboCop, in which I then proceeded by submitting all the Death Battle Ideas that I was planning on doing on the Death Battle Fanon Wiki, and was in one of my blogs. This eventually made me realized that I enjoyed creating these ideas, and I wanted to continue.
As a result, at the time of this Journal Entry, I have done roughly 13,240 Artworks and Journals submitted, (including the ones that I reedited with a modified look,) have followed a good amount of people, befriended a few of you, and currently have over 360 Deviants watching me. Needless to say, it's been a bumpy road, filled with ups, downs, (namely encountering a few trolls and people I had to block, and some of my followers no longer being around,) but all I'm hoping is that I continue with what I like, what you like, hope more people will want to see what I do, and hope that we can last for another 5+ years. I want to thank you all, and I hope this channel will never die.