|「 whatever happens, keep these deviations alive」|
I donate to others when they ask or if they're dying for them--or, you know, who are saving up for premium memberships.
I'm doing commissions now though I'm not that creative, but I'll try.. Accept my apologies... it's hard not being creative and being artblocked all the time.
I won't force you to donate--or give a llama, or a deviant-watch or fave your entire gallery (sorry) in exchange for just a few points to spare. If you want more llama badges, I do give a llama for a llama. c: It's alright. You can ask for points and I won't ask anything in return.
But anyway, thank you to all who have donated and thank you to all who are going to. ♡
btw; in case anyone is out of points or so, just ask me in a note or comment. Don't be afraid to ask me. c: Really, if you want points I'll be happy to donate or save up for you. It's your choice to ask. It's alright. You can ask for points and I won't ask anything in return. c:
But here are the awaiting deviants:
Lemme tell you how this works , if ever I get some points, I'll make sure to check in with you first. (or donate, whatever)
... I don't usually say that. But I'm trying to sound cool and hip. So let me.
I'm a 15 year old hobbyist who has been drawing her entire life since the age of four, starting out with tracing paper and my dad's architect gel pens. I'm always a competitor amongst my friends in art, but the main rival is myself. I always struggle in trying to make an artwork look way too good, way better than theirs or hers or whatever - and I'm still not able to make out if that's a good or bad thing. I came to know about sweet DeviantArt through my elder siblings, and felt the need to see the number of pageviews and watchers as a competition when my siblings were just having fun with their work here; which I apparently missed out on.
But that was way before.
And now is now, I'm in that stage where I feel like I don't have a set style of art, so I'll be scavenging and hunting down ways to figure it out. And hopefully you'll watch and enjoy me swivel in circles, or I'm just a fellow passer-by. You decide.
Drawing is really something I love to do. Keeps me focused, which is something I struggle with everything, everyday, and it helps me forget all the bull that's happening around me, which is something I need help with.
I guess art's another music genre to me. And it's the one thing I'm actually really proud of.
My gallery is bipolar.
My music playlist is bipolar.
And I, quite frankly, am really bipolar.
... I'm serious.