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STN OCT Round 2 - 'Into the Rabbit Hole'STN OCT Round 2 - 'Into the Rabbit Hole' by Twilightgirl12
Survive The Night OCT
'Into The Rabbit Hole'
Sitting alone in the dimly lit storage room, Dara shivered. Rubbing her arms, she felt the goose bumps prickling her skin. The coolness of the grimy wall she leaned on crawled up her spine, sending chi
When I was little, I used to hate reading as I found it really hard. I hated writing too as my hand writing was too large, messy and had thousands of spelling mistakes.
However, thanks to my teachers, I slowly learned to read and write properly. I even learned to love reading and the school library became my second home.
The characters in the books I read became more real to me than the people I knew. I still love to read but now I also want to write. I want to write stories with characters that could hold out a hand to the reader and say;
"Come in and join us, let us tell you our story."
Hetalia! What Country Are You?
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How long have you been on DeviantArt?
I’ve been here for 8 years now...Yikes! That’s a long time!
When I first joined DA, I was heavily into the “Dot.Hack” series. Since in the games (as well as the numerous anime shows and manga series), the word ‘Twilight’ is referenced a lot and I liked the meaning that it was a balance of night and day and of shadow and light. The number ‘12’ for me is a lucky number because there are twelve signs of the zodiac. As for the girl part....I guess I wanted to make sure I wasn’t mistaken for a guy.
Describe yourself in three words.
Let’s see.... Eccentric, Cautious and Ditzy.
Are you left or right handed?
I’m a Righty!
My first deviation was a spur of the moment poem called “The Last Ones”. I had been watching a show on endangered animals and ones that had been wiped out like the Dodo. It was only going to be about the Dodos but I added other animals too.
Although I don’t do much of them, I really like black and white pencil sketches. They have the artist’s raw passion and emotion of what their intentions were. Of course they look great after they’ve been cleaned up but I often find that I really like the sketches more.
I also like writing too because I can describe how the characters are feeling and actually feel them.
That’s a tough one! There’s so many! I think it would have to be either Digital Art, Animation or Plush toy making.
It’s in storage now but it was a fanart picture of Tech, Ace and Danger Duck from the show ‘Loonatics Unleashed’. A few after that were Western zodiac inspired artworks. And then more Loonatics...
Almost anything really but I think I mainly favourite Fanart. (Mostly of things I get obsessed with or of people’s original characters.)
Now that’s just cruel! I’m just going to say that I have too many artists that I admire like humon ‘s great sense of humour with her characters, saxitlurg ‘s adorable characters, peanutchan ‘s unique style, and recently BlasticHeart ‘s comics! And there’s so many artists that I like with so many things I like about their art!
I’d say everyone who was part of a Loonatics Unleashed forum that I joined so years ago. (That’s most likely shut down now. I can’t even remember the name of it now.) If it hadn’t been for them, I wouldn’t be on this website at all and would have never made so many friends here.
What are your preferred tools to create art?
I mainly use pencils (sketch and coloured) for any artwork I do. I use the laptop for writing but I do use my notebook for story ideas.
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
Mainly, it’s in the kitchen/dining room I do most of my drawings (when no one is around so I can listen to music as loud as I want! ) But I like drawing in the living room because it’s comfortable and I’m more relaxed in there.
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
I think my favourite memory has to be my first drawing that I posted up. It was a picture of my first Beast Wars fan character called ‘Rena’ (Mary-Sue anyone? ) I loved the shading I did and I was proud of how it turned out.