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  • Sep 6
  • Deviant for 9 years
  • She / Her
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Edit: ALL SLOTS TAKEN, thank you! ~~ Hi! There are 2 slots left in March commissions, I'd like to sell them. If interested, please check the info here
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Woah, I just noticed this newest dA function of finding similar deviations... (Nothing happened, nobody stole my work, I've just put the same picture into my main account and my commission account and dA found it as the possibly-stolen-art XD). Anyway, I'm very surprised how dA is developing in it's functions and seriously tries to fight with possible thieves. I admit I wasn't happy with new dA functions like Eclipse and complained a lot on it, but now I'm happily surprised, because it all shows how dA wants to be a better community for its users. Right? What do you think about 'Similar deviation detected' function?
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Hi!   I'm opening March commissions. 5 slots open. PayPal only please. Check the prices and info here, please.
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You probably have forgotten me

I remember your name ;)

Are you active again on dA?

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Thanks a bunch for the watch as well as the lovely feedback man! I truly appreciate it. <3


Got some pretty neat stuff in that gallery of yours too, so keep it up, aye? ;)

Time without sharing you a video, Alice. This one is about "fandom wars" between vampires and werewolves followers. With a mystery, of course. I hope you like it.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15_0uHMcqjg

Did you know? When Universal produced "The Bride of Frankenstein" as a sequel of first film, they try to legitimate the sequel introducing an opening scene where appear Mary Shelley, her husband and Lord Byron, talking about the story in Byron's house, as in real life happened the night Mary Shelley conceived the novel.


MaryShelley Hubby and Lord Byron

In this scene, Mary Shelley's role was played by Elsa Lanchester, same Elsa who later would play the bride.