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Blue Beard by Stardust-on-my-mind Blue Beard :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0 The Summer Queen by Stardust-on-my-mind The Summer Queen :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 3 0 Blue Elf by Stardust-on-my-mind Blue Elf :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0 Elf blue by Stardust-on-my-mind Elf blue :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 1 0 Elf Woman by Stardust-on-my-mind
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Elf Woman :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0
The Bear man by Stardust-on-my-mind The Bear man :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0 Velma and Shaggy by Stardust-on-my-mind Velma and Shaggy :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 2 0 Fight Club by Stardust-on-my-mind Fight Club :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 2 2 Dick Grayson by Stardust-on-my-mind Dick Grayson :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 7 4 Dick Grayson by Stardust-on-my-mind Dick Grayson :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 10 1 The Anatomy Lesson by Stardust-on-my-mind The Anatomy Lesson :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 1 0 The Devils Failure Of A Son by Stardust-on-my-mind The Devils Failure Of A Son :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 1 0 Black Bulter by Stardust-on-my-mind Black Bulter :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0 Kimmy and Bruce: Reading Lesson by Stardust-on-my-mind Kimmy and Bruce: Reading Lesson :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 7 2 Last American Girl by Stardust-on-my-mind Last American Girl :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 2 2 Less of a Man by Stardust-on-my-mind Less of a Man :iconstardust-on-my-mind:Stardust-on-my-mind 0 0

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Sailor Sitting 10 by SenshiStock Sailor Sitting 10 :iconsenshistock:SenshiStock 350 35 Sailor Sitting 20 by SenshiStock Sailor Sitting 20 :iconsenshistock:SenshiStock 90 6 Buried at Sea by rollingrabbit Buried at Sea :iconrollingrabbit:rollingrabbit 1,436 54 This movie sucks, sweety by Rakiah This movie sucks, sweety :iconrakiah:Rakiah 96 22 GLTAS: Korugan Incidentals by dou-hong GLTAS: Korugan Incidentals :icondou-hong:dou-hong 508 8 Vin by charlestanart Vin :iconcharlestanart:charlestanart 454 15 Aya x Razer by charlestanart Aya x Razer :iconcharlestanart:charlestanart 177 14 OOAK: Astrid Hofferson by DreamaDove93 OOAK: Astrid Hofferson :icondreamadove93:DreamaDove93 1,126 230 Check up by fangirl-art Check up :iconfangirl-art:fangirl-art 112 39 Sinarin by fangirl-art Sinarin :iconfangirl-art:fangirl-art 46 15 Casual moments by fangirl-art Casual moments :iconfangirl-art:fangirl-art 110 31 Whatever We Imagine by trisketched Whatever We Imagine :icontrisketched:trisketched 117 4 Fight like a Girl by LeekFish Fight like a Girl :iconleekfish:LeekFish 432 55 Waiting... by jkim910 Waiting... :iconjkim910:jkim910 167 17 Natasha/Bucky by Nani-Mi Natasha/Bucky :iconnani-mi:Nani-Mi 368 26 Ghost Boy by TheGingerMenace123 Ghost Boy :iconthegingermenace123:TheGingerMenace123 166 8

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Blue Beard
Blue Beard is a French Fairy Tale that's pretty freakin creepy. I love the story, but one thing that always bothered me was that some other artists would draw Blue Beard as Middle Eastern/Indian/Not-White, but the setting was still in Europe and the girl was still white. It didn't seem right, so I decided why not set the entire story in India and make the female protagonist Indian as well? Anyways, hope y'all enjoy! 
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Today was the first time is a while that I felt like myself again. To be honest, I haven't felt like "myself" since maybe I was 17. I don't know how to describe that feeling, but it's this amazing sensation of being present, and being content with the present and the sense of being just "here" if that makes any sense. I was in my school's newspapers office drawing a comic with one of the other illustrators. We started talking about how we didn't feel like ourselves for the longest time, but drawing and doing art made us both feel like ourselves again. Ever since I started working for the newspaper a few months ago, I've been feeling more and more like that artist kid from high school that took every chance she could to paint on the walls or doodle endlessly in class. High school itself wasn't so grand, but those moments in between was what made my teen years fun. 

For the past three or so years after high school I felt like I was living a bit of a lie. I knew the moment I entered college that I wanted to do something involving art, but even I didn't know exactly what I wanted to do yet. That dread made me switch my major a thousand different times until I defaulted to English. Don't get me wrong, I also love writing and reading almost as much as I love to draw--almost. It took me a while to figure out the difference between those two loves, because they grew very much together. 

My earliest memory of school was when I was in Kindergarten. I never really liked those early years of my life, but one memory that really stuck with me all these years later was afternoon story time. It was my favorite time of the day because we as a class weren't expected to really do anything other than sit and listen to the teacher read to us. We would all gather and sit on this rug with primary colored block pattern (basically everything during that time of my life was primary colored, because for some reason that was like the go-to theme for 90's kids). Because I was one of the well behaved children, the teacher didn't mind that I sat at the tables and drew quietly. This is also my favorite time of the day because I didn't have to fight any of the other kids for the "rare" crayons like the super sparkly sliver or the cool teal one. While the teacher was reading Half Magic to the class I would sit in the back and draw the scenes that I liked. Yes, that moment is when I discovered my love of illustrating books and stories. However, it was always hard for me to say which one I lived more than the other because my love for literature and my love for drawing grew together, like a pair of identical twins born in the one moment of reckoning. 

It became even harder to separate the two loves over the next decade-and-a-half because grew to love reading and drawing together. Actually, I take that back a bit. Not reading per say, but rather stories and making up stories. It didn't help that in my senior year of high school I took a creative writing class that conflicted my emotions even more. 
  • Listening to: AC in the background
  • Reading: the words I'm writing?
  • Watching: The computer screen
  • Drinking: sparking water

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Tiffany Huynh
Artist | Student
United States
Current Residence: 1234 Fake St
deviantWEAR sizing preference: i'm average size girl. so like medium? maybe large?
Print preference: GA
Favourite genre of music: rock. Classical Jazz ...anything but rap and country really
Favourite style of art: any and all
MP3 player of choice: ipod nano
Shell of choice: clam shell
Wallpaper of choice: cute and pink
Skin of choice: what a racist question!!!
Favourite cartoon character: Haruhi Suzumiya, Batman,
Personal Quote: Cape that fucking Diem
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Today was the first time is a while that I felt like myself again. To be honest, I haven't felt like "myself" since maybe I was 17. I don't know how to describe that feeling, but it's this amazing sensation of being present, and being content with the present and the sense of being just "here" if that makes any sense. I was in my school's newspapers office drawing a comic with one of the other illustrators. We started talking about how we didn't feel like ourselves for the longest time, but drawing and doing art made us both feel like ourselves again. Ever since I started working for the newspaper a few months ago, I've been feeling more and more like that artist kid from high school that took every chance she could to paint on the walls or doodle endlessly in class. High school itself wasn't so grand, but those moments in between was what made my teen years fun. 

For the past three or so years after high school I felt like I was living a bit of a lie. I knew the moment I entered college that I wanted to do something involving art, but even I didn't know exactly what I wanted to do yet. That dread made me switch my major a thousand different times until I defaulted to English. Don't get me wrong, I also love writing and reading almost as much as I love to draw--almost. It took me a while to figure out the difference between those two loves, because they grew very much together. 

My earliest memory of school was when I was in Kindergarten. I never really liked those early years of my life, but one memory that really stuck with me all these years later was afternoon story time. It was my favorite time of the day because we as a class weren't expected to really do anything other than sit and listen to the teacher read to us. We would all gather and sit on this rug with primary colored block pattern (basically everything during that time of my life was primary colored, because for some reason that was like the go-to theme for 90's kids). Because I was one of the well behaved children, the teacher didn't mind that I sat at the tables and drew quietly. This is also my favorite time of the day because I didn't have to fight any of the other kids for the "rare" crayons like the super sparkly sliver or the cool teal one. While the teacher was reading Half Magic to the class I would sit in the back and draw the scenes that I liked. Yes, that moment is when I discovered my love of illustrating books and stories. However, it was always hard for me to say which one I lived more than the other because my love for literature and my love for drawing grew together, like a pair of identical twins born in the one moment of reckoning. 

It became even harder to separate the two loves over the next decade-and-a-half because grew to love reading and drawing together. Actually, I take that back a bit. Not reading per say, but rather stories and making up stories. It didn't help that in my senior year of high school I took a creative writing class that conflicted my emotions even more. 
  • Listening to: AC in the background
  • Reading: the words I'm writing?
  • Watching: The computer screen
  • Drinking: sparking water

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:wave: Thanks for the Tom fave! Aww
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thank you for making it :D 
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:aww: 
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Thanks for the fav! :D
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thanks for the :+fav:ss!! Llama Emoji-60 (Snug or Hug) [V3] Llama Emoji-60 (Snug or Hug) [V3] Llama Emoji-60 (Snug or Hug) [V3]
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Thank you for the fave of Harley/Joke Proposal, Stardust-on-my-mind!:)
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Hey np! I loved it! your very talented <3
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Thanks for the fav! :iconsqueeeeplz:
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Hey there! thanks so much for the fave! :+favlove:
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