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  1. How long have you been on DeviantArt? Been a member since 2005 so 10 years.

  2. What does your username mean? No real meaning just one I choose at random and now also happens to be one of my characters.

  3. Describe yourself in three words. Comic Artwork Seeker.

  4. Are you left or right handed? Right handed.

  5. What was your first deviation? Darsion Spectra by Troubleseeker

  6. What is your favorite type of art to create? Original characters.

  7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? Any really since I can't draw that well...lol

  8. What was your first favorite? Armored Elf by iceogre

  9. What type of art do you tend to favorite the most? Superhero art, mostly of my own characters drawn by other artists.

  10. Who is your all-time favorite deviant artist? I would have to say all of them. This place has got a great bunch of people of varying skill levels and styles that its impossible for me to single anyone out.

  11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be? I have been lucky enough to meet a few in person at Comic-Cons and I would love to meet all of the other great people I have befriended here at DA. 

  12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life? Not really.

  13. What are your preferred tools to create art? My very creative and overactive Hero factory that is my brain.

  14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art? Don't really have just one place. I've had great ideas at work, in my car, walking around the block and so on.

  15. What is your favorite DeviantArt memory? Every time I get to work out details on a commission with an artist.

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  Greetings to all my Deviant friends. I would like to take this time and wish each and everyone of you to have a safe and Merry Christmas. I hope each of you has a good time and enjoy and celebrate it in what ever way you do.

~Troubleseeker~
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 This years Baltimore Comic Con was fun. In previous years I have went down on Saturday and it was great. The only hassles was the long waiting line to get in and the crowds which at time and in area was a bit overwhelming. However I know that that is part of the convention environment and its not gonna change. This year though I decide to go down on Sunday to see if it was any going to be any different. I have read and heard from other that the last day of the con is usually a bit more relaxed. I was delighted to find that is was. I got to park in a parking garage that was only about a block away and a good price $15 dollars for the whole day. The next great thing was no line me and my brother walked right up to the entrance of the convention center and walked right on in. Turned in our tickets, got the nice wrist tape and we were set.
 I noticed that this year it was held in a different room than last year as it seemed a bit smaller than it was in 2013 and that in a few places it had good wide open spaces so as in area it was not as congested as from previous years that I had attended. A good bit of costume I saw this year and a lot of good artists from the pros to the locals.

 The First artist I stopped at and chatted to a bit was Don Monroe :icondonmonroeartstudio: Me and my brother bought a few of his prints and was a real pleasure to talk to and meet in person.

 The Second artist  I ran into was Nate Lovett :iconnatelovett: to which I had contacted before going to the con to ask if he would be willing to do a commission in my personal sketchbook to which he said he would. When I got to his table I introduced myself as me but that he would know me more likely by my DA ID of Troubleseeker and again asked if he would mind doing a commission in my personal sketchbook he said he sure would and so I handed him my sketchbook with the reference of an original character of mine. I told him he had the honor of being the first artist to sketch in the book. Heh I bet you all would be able to guess who. Yes it my my character Darsion Spectra. When he asked if I would like it colored I of course said yes,He agreed as he said such a colorful character should be. He said it would take about an hour or so and off I went as there was plenty to look at. When I got back what he presented to me was a great piece and I was thrilled with how it came out in his style. Payment was exchanged and I thanked him for a great piece. Nate is such a cool guy and I was glad to have to chance to meet him in person.

 The last artist I met with was Bob McLeod to which is also a great guy. Mostly my brother was there to meet him and pick up a commission he had paid for of his favorite New Mutants character Danielle Moonstar but as a vampire. What Bob had done came out very cool and my brother was very pleased with how it turned out.

 With that we had concluded concluded our day there and began the trip home to PA. All in all we both had a great time and can't wait to go next year.

~Troubleseeker~

 
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The date is April 28th 2005 I was introduced to this wonderful site. I have since met amazing people who have become friends and some of which have an amazing gift of being able to draw much better than I. The first piece I upload was this one.....

Darsion Spectra by Troubleseeker
It is of what has become my primary character
Darsion Spectra.

Thanks to all of you for being a part of my
DA family.

~Troubleseeker~
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Questions and Answers time....

Journal Entry: Fri Feb 21, 2014, 2:57 PM
Alright ladies and gentlemen I have gathered some of my characters and my bro's here for a Q&A session. I have seen others do this and seems to be fun and informative for both so lets have at it. Please feel free to direct your question to the character you wish to ask a question to.

(CAST: Brigade, Phallos, Hyper-Gal, Cyubella, Brad Weston III, Hyitha Spectra, Relixx, Klone, 4-Way, Tem Tem)
9-27-2013 by Troubleseeker

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Baltimore Breakdown

Journal Entry: Mon Sep 9, 2013, 7:21 PM
Greetings fellow Deviants Troubleseeker here. In all I had great fun, From the drive down there to the walking 3 blocks to get there and than to been waiting in the line that took us all the way to the back of the convention center. Me and my bro had a lot of fun and I can't wait to be able to go down next year. I was on the look out to try and see if any fellow deviants were there but alas with such a huge place and crowd it was very hard. I scored two great pieces of artwork and a sketchbook. Also saw a lot of great cos-player's and neat costumes. Meet a few nice people and artists.

I met up with friend and artist :iconthuddleston: at the show talked to him and bought a print he had of Miss Martian. Next I stopped by the table of :iconmichaeldooney: he had so many great prints at the show it was hard to pick from so I bought the sketchbook he had. Really nice guy and was great to meet him. Another cool guys table I stopped at was :iconpyroglyphics1: He also had a lot of great pieces to choose from and from him I got a great piece of Nubia (one of Wonder Woman's amazonian sisters). He was a nice guy and was nice chatting with. Next I saw artist Joe Rubenstine at a table and stopped off and said hello. As we were getting ready to leave me and my bro stopped off at one last table and that was the table of inker :icontonykordos: very nice guy he had a bunch of great prints and like all the other artist we stopped my bro got a Wonder Woman print from him. My bro is a big Wonder Woman fan as you can gather.

 That point brings me to my last great moment at the con and that was the moment when a young woman dressed up like Wonder Woman bumped into me. Her outfit was based off of the design that Linda Carter wore from her TV series.

  Great times....

   ~Troubleseeker~

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