- How long have you been on DeviantART?
About three and a half years now? Dang, how time flies. It doesn't feel like so long ago that Tabby was badgering me to join.
Reality isn't the only aspect to make an impact. The best things in life aren’t the things we can always see, but what we believe in our hearts to be real.
Steadfast, easygoing , motivated... In other words, not your typical cat mentality.
Dominantly right, though I can slowly follow along with my left. I went through a faze of drawing with both at the same time in traditional media and that worked out surprisingly well.
My style really hasn't changed all that much since then. Mostly it's just been improved upon.
Any art that I'm feeling inspired to do, which could be any number of things at any given time.
If by "art style" you mean "media," then I wouldn't mind picking up on all the tricks of the sewing trade. Mostly because sewing machines are freaky.
I should've known that it would be one of Tabby's. XD
Animals, fantasy, and comedy.
Never had one, and I doubt I ever will. There are too many people I enjoy watching at any given time to ever settle on just one.
I know I'm cheating here, but I'm going to have to go with three of the people that I've known the longest, going wayyy back to the Hatena days: TabbyTwist Toramelle and Shinaruka . Of course there are many, many more, but you don't want to wade through a huge list.
As many deviants I have impacted, the same can be said that they've impacted me. I like to believe that we're all working towards becoming better.
Tablet is always my go-to and main for the media that I share, but I also enjoy pencil, crayon, crochet, sewing, play dough, paper, stone... just about anything that isn't serious traditional painting or pastel. Pastels are evil, I tell you.
Anytime anywhere is a good place to create.
I don't judge my experience by any one memory. In fact, I'd have a hard time coming up with any specific memory because I don't hang on to small, insignificant details all that well. I view DeviantART the same way I view everything else: as a whole.
And on the whole, I'd say that my time here has been nothing less than extraordinary. I've met new people, made new friends, joined new groups, learned new things, seen more art than I ever have in my life, been inspired to create more than I ever would've on my own, and inspired others in turn.
Now that is something to remember.