Hmmmm... What shall I say? The most important things I've already told in the "interests" part.
I am a very keen-witted, sensible and (uh, I guess mostly) understanding person, who simply likes to share art and ideas with the world, be it written or visual.
There are some things I truly despise and those are: disrespect; unfairness; some sorts of music (bad techno and that kinda stuff); people, who do good art but are not willing to even give a f*** about others who are still learning and have potential; people, who do not answer questions and traitors. Ok, may not be that off the stride, but that's how I feel.
I do take requests, (if anyone should want one ) but I cannot say, how long I will take for them, since I am doing the arts only for fun.
Let's see about that.
Mostly I work with pencil and color pencil, sometimes with india ink and with watersoluble pencils.
I want to thank all the people here who give me feedback, be it positive or negative, and who simply care about my art, as well as I care about theirs. You rock!
And especially, I want to thank my husband, who is my inspiration each and every day.
And the last thing:
SANGUINIUS DOES NOT HAVE BLONDE HAIR!!! HIS HAIR IS BLACK!
If you don't believe me, here it is written, black on white:
"The Horus Heresy - Book 1 - Horus Rising" Part 2, Chapter 7, Page 360 (in the german version): (I translated this part, sorry for mistakes)
"The long, black hair was pressed down through the weight of the heavy, golden chain-scalf..."
See? It says BLACK here. There are so many good pics of him, but always... blonde. It's a nightmare.
Hah. I always wanted to say that.
Oh, and if you are into grimdark Dark Eldar stories, find me on fanfiction.net: (though the story is also posted here, but over there it is much nicer to read and more up to date...)
Current Residence: Austria
Favourite genre of music: Metal, Gospel, Electronics (Aaargh! There are too many awesome out there!)
Favourite style of art: Fine Art, Digital Art
Personal Quote: "Phantasy is more important than knowledge" - Albert Einstein