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Gallery that has a variety of art mediums and almost all it is inspired by anime in someway. Also fan art is included.

I like to mix things (majorally unlike things) as if you haven't notice (example 9 years old and therapist). I hope you enjoy my random crap that goes in and out of my brain and into my art work. :D

Disclaimer: All characters are mine, and all fanart belongs to the original creators. Characters of mine may be allow to be used as some fanart, as long its not in a sexual presentation.



I have a love for alot of styles since being active for at least a year. I do like animations from japan, however I like painterly styles, ones with vibrant hues, and composition that has harmony as well. Photography if it has sploches of colors and a glowy feel to it, I will fav. Also I will fave things for reference I might use in the future. But other then these, there isn't a specific style I like.

*I warn u all Im a fav whore XD. Eventually later I may or may not comment.




I need some help for my Marketing Assignment and I need people to take a survey. This is best if people actually own an Apple Watch as alot of the question pertain to this product. I figure some Deviants would have an Apple watch.

Please let me know if the Form contains errors :).

Thanks for your time.…
Hatsune Miku-04 (Laughs) Spinning Awesome Smiley Hatsune Miku-09 (No No No No) 

I feel like when ever I go apply for a Job, it feels like Im taking one of the those online surveys that I hope to get some point for free stuff. Like you know, it says your more like this personality.
Writer fella (Artists) Writing Emote - NaNo5 

Yes its me, Im still alive. Summer is fun, but then again its my first time trying to get a job. The application process is alright actually, but it takes soo long to fill out each one for some of them. That kind of Grinds my gears. Also hard is finding an art related job that is starter simple. The only thing that counts right now as a job, is being an inker for a friend that pays me out of his pocket. But what stumps me is the job interview. I don't like being put on the spot like that, and trying to make first impressions that way is a bit stressful for me. Good thing is Im getting a bit better and prepared.

Pika Box- Sleeping Pika Box- Joy Pika Box- Confused 
Pika pika
So what is this blabbing all about. LIFE tips pretty much.
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The very first phone interview which was for scrap's real escape game, I only failed because I followed the wrong advice which was to not worry about it and not be prepared or something like that. Talk like a normal person. That's a bad life tip for interviews. I was really mad because I knew I need to preprare for this, but I didn't. So here is some quick tips.

    Bullet; Green Look up some generic interview questions and be prepare to at least answer them. You can memorize them a bit after writing your answers down. For me personally, the first interview felt like pulling    answers out of the hat, but I memorize some of the words I want to say and it really helps.
    Bullet; Blue Eventually you will recognize the same generic Questions. Some how I realize that person's advice is trying to pool all the questions that are simular and say the same answers in a different way.
    Bullet; Purple Glassdoor and internet is your friend. They have generic interview question for major retailers. 
    Bullet; Red Make sure they become your own too. Its about you and working for a company.  Eventually it help me to look over the questions and create the generic word list from the answers I wrote. Its not as stressful for me to memorize a few words then a whole sentence. That way it forces me to formulate my own words. Like my philosophy statement, creativity and fun. Just mix them around and then give your thoughts on creativity and fun. Being too exact for me is boring.
    Bullet; Pink Do your own research. Sometimes the person who is helping is not really helping me because they are too direct to make you think. Do some research on the opposite end. For example, the person who is helping me keeps saying let practice some questions, and you give me the answers. I feel annoyed because this person isn't telling me how to give the right answers or the way he is telling me is too generic or he is telling stuff Ive already researched. His response is to treat the interviewer as a normal person which is fine, but not a specific answer. Find out the why may help. A great guy to start with is Rami sethi. He explains social skills well. And pretty much social skills are what gets you in to a job.…
Bullet; Yellow Make yourself interesting and being yourself enough to wow the person for me. This is hard work. I feel like the interview is like going on stage with a public speaker, because for me I am slow with what words I want. I struggle because Im switching between being truthful vs being a flamboyant person without lying and then convert it to speach. I do understand in that the interviewer is a regular every day person, and I should talk to him as so, but want to stay on topic and formal. With other tips, it might help me out.

Follow the tips and many others on the internet and you will have a better chance of getting the job.
Everything will be peaches and roses.

Naruto Uzumaki (Thumbs Up) 
Color Wheel Enju Grin Icon The Sound Of...... Color Wheel
Lily's Rainbow Box 
At first you may all laugh at the title, cause sometimes these words are closely associated with an internet phenomenon.  I just recently got into internet fight about just the word Weeboo. In america so far, we take the words Otaku with pride even though in Japan its negative associated with anime fans that are so into anime that they are shutins from society and become anti social. And Idea channel has recently talked about this, because of the video, ME!ME!ME! (which I will never ever watch that again). For us, Otaku just mean a fandom of anime. But the whole focus on the conversation was on actually on the word weeboo, because the whole post was about tumblr quote saying weeboo starter package (which ment generation anime fan package like Bleach, Naruto, etc vs Attack on Titan).  Weeboo means your just an obsessive anime fan, to the point you start replacing Western words with Japanese and annoying everyone else, or what I got from the first five searches on google.  I simply said you shouldn't use the word Weeboo, and then everyone went crazy.

There was one so call expert who then proceed to make fun of me, and stating that there isn't a politcal derogatory history of weeboo, and it was basically a joke from 4chan. Everyone as well seem to give levels on where weeboo fits.  From know your meme, it actually was true, but he also didn't take in account that the Anon community distorted the original meaning and now it is associated with what we know today. He says that Know your meme and Urban dictionary is not an academic source.

  • What do you think about these words?
  • Question to take out this is does then the history really matter in this situation? As in for this, because it was a prank to replace all the wapanese words into weeboo. Or how words change over time.
  • Do hurting words have different levels and do they matter? Everyone compared weeboo to other word is nothing to worried about.
I'm pretty curious cause I know many of you on DA are anime fans, and though this was an interesting change of discussion apart from the other forum that have to do with religion.

I still find Weeboo and Wapanese to be offensive. My take was basically it just not a word you would say to a person in public. Alot of the people said it was no big deal, but I though it was. It is a stereotype not every fan wants to be associated with. I don't annoy people with my fandom, but I do want it appreciated at least.
Researching for the Squid Lab! Im doing the splatoon art contest!


Carissa Fei
Artist | Student | Varied
United States
"I do things because its the internet."
Name(s): Carissa (Sauchan) Fei, Rikako Kawashi, or Mae
Age: 21
Interests: manga, anime, watching funny videos on youtube, video games, drawing, painting
Favorites list:5cm per second, Tekkonkinkret, Hayao Myazak, Jrock, Jpop, KPop, soft music, rock, alternative, techno, Background music, soundtracks, Zelda Series, Kingdom Hearts, Devil May Cry 3 (basically any hack and slash games XD), Angels, bible stories.
Favorite style of art: Anime, manga, realism, inbetweenism, painterly, Renaissance
Tools of the Trade: Adobe Design Suite CS4, Mechanical pencil, Acrylic and watercolor paints, inking pen, charcoal pencil, pencil

* Website:… (old and inactive)
* New Website and Portfolio:
Bitly link:
*Muro sketches:…
* Email:
* AIM: maeiounj39
* Yahoo: narutoneopetanimelove

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pstutorialsws Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2015
Many thanks for the fave =D
Major-Link Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015
Happy Birthday!
Mediziner Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2015  Hobbyist Writer
Happy Birthday Carissa! :D Hope you're having a great time. ^^
Kittenuu Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2015  Student General Artist
Happy early birthday! ;u;
Tsukuart Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2015  Student Filmographer
Am I too late with the tanaka voice
narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Student General Artist
Yea sorry, we did the experiment already.
Tsukuart Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015  Student Filmographer
sorry about that
Karnivil Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Student Filmographer
Thank you for the +Watch! :glomp:
narutokunobessed Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2015  Student General Artist
xYukianesa Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the watch!
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