This is a casual fanart blog. I'm also Aquanut on dA and Pixiv, where I post fewer doodles and more finished work. I draw a lot of videogame and Neopets fanart and occasionally various other things as I feel like it. (Requests/commissions are closed.) Be warned that I have a tendency to jump back and forth between fandoms.Please do not use any of these images without my permission. art tag / home
zelda / ff13 / fire emblem / neopets / portal / pokemon / animal crossing / inazuma eleven / steven universe / mawaru penguindrum / disney / gekkan shoujo nozaki-kun / gravity falls / pixar / touhou
Hey! I’ve been kind of absent this month but I just want to extend a thank-you to everyone who follows me or enjoys my art. Looking at other people’s works has been a great pleasure of mine for nearly the past decade, and it’s a joy to me if my own small fandom contributions can in any way begin to return the enjoyment that I’ve gotten from seeing so many online artists’ amazing talent and creativity over the years. To everyone who’s left me comments—I really appreciate all of your kind words and feedback. I don’t always find a convenient time to respond to everything, but it means a lot to me that people take the time to leave me messages. Thank you to all of you out there!
And, to all the other artists and creators out there, remember that you’re making awesome things! The time and effort you put into your work is worthwhile, and anything you’ve published is probably being enjoyed by someone somewhere, someone who may never speak to you but respects you for having created something. You are an amazing person for having the patience and dedication to sit down and try to wrestle an idea in your head out onto paper so others can understand it, and that is true no matter how you feel about your skill level. You put time and care into your work and you deserve to be proud of the fact that at the end of the day you can say, I made something. Keep making things. Every one is another thing that wouldn’t exist if not for you. You are creating parts of the world.