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Artist // Hobbyist // Artisan Crafts
  • Apr 17
  • Germany
  • Deviant for 17 years
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My Bio

Not doing commissions right now.

Future projects I would like to do

- Copy of Banprestos lifesize Cyndaquil sold in 2001

- Giant Lugia plush 1,5m - 2m

- Copy of sleeping Pikachu sold in New York in 2005

- Copy of my Mew plush *insert unreadable tag here*

- Life size Latias or Latios

- Suicune plush

- Smaller, better looking Reshiram made of different material

Twitter: StarrySuicune

Furaffinity: Kaioshin

Animexx: Endivie

Favourite Movies
Your Name, HTTYD, A Land before Time, Pokémon, Detective Conan, Harry Potter, Phantastic Beasts (fck JK though)...
Favourite TV Shows
Hellsing Ultimate OVA, Gargoyles, Duck Tales 2017, Pokémon, Digimon, ...
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Schandmaul, Fox Amoore, Tanz der Vampire ("Dance of the Vampires") Musical Sountrack
Favourite Books
Book: Die drei ??? / The three investigators --- Manga: Verliebter Tyrann / The tyrant who falls in love
Favourite Games
Pokémon, Animal Crossing, Minecraft, Classic Tomb Raider Games
Favourite Gaming Platform
PC, Nintendo
Other Interests
Anime/Manga/Furry (+Conventions), Dragons, Plushies, Livestreams, Sleeping
Hey there As there is currently going some turmoil through artist communities regarding some stuff called Cryptoart/NFT art, I want to throw a couple words of mine into that topic. First explaining really short what this stuff actually is all about and what the actual problems are. I hope I understood the basics correct, I'm kinda sure I did (Feel free to correct me on something). I can not explain the complete details of that as it's kinda hard to understand for me as I also just learned about it. So, what is NFT/Crytoart, what does it do? - People upload art to a NFT (Non Fungible Token) art trade platform. - It gets associated with a thing called NFT, which is a unique identifier for that piece and is basically equal to a certificate to a real life painting. Also equal to a text file you got with a digital piece of art you bought or anything that proofs $artist made it, $buyer owns it/a legit copy. - To participate in this stuff (sell/buy/bid in auctions) people need a crypto
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I don't know, nor am I very sorry. Thank you. I deleted all. Thank you

Thanks. Reported some of their stuff

Thank you for the favorites, it really means ever so much to me that you enjoy my artwork! I invite you to add me to your watch so that you can see all the future beaded and stitched pieces I have planned Just think of the sparkles...

Nice gallery ♥