I'm just a normal guy who likes what he likes. I'm trying a few different things on here and am impressed with the talent I've seen so far.
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For the past couple of days, I've been having some trouble logging in here. I tried everything I could think of,including starting a new account, but nothing worked. I thought it might have something to do with a heavy storm that passed through a few days ago, so I let things go for a day or two due to frustration.
I finally,as a last resort, E-mailed the help desk, explaining the problem. Lo and behold, the reply I received let me know I was not alone. Thanks to the Techs at DA, I'm back in business!
And now, onward to ART!
Lately I've been obsessed with creating alter egos for a few characters. I call them "Angels of Darkness" after the song of the same name.
Originally, I was only going to use Mandy from the Adventures of Billy and Mandy. After all, who's naturally a darker individual than our Mistress of control? Later on,Buttercup seemed a likely candidate for this exclusive club. I know she already created the alter ego Mange from an earlier episode, but I thought she might try a different character instead.
Belladonna seemed a more fitting name, so that's what she chose.
Now, the most unlikely character to become an AoD is Bubbles. In my mind,I can as
I need a little bit of help from the community. I've been going through my files and came across an image I thought sure was saved to my favorites. Low and behold,I find out this isn't true.I'd really like to know who this belongs to, so any help would be very welcome.
The caption on the image is "Sometimes one forgets those who are outside their vast electronic community."