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I favorite the things I like and I don't ask for any thanks in return. I'm a selfish person, the things I favorite are because I liked them, lol. And I would like to point out that I am a real human being, so even if you notice something of yours has been favorited but isn't on the first few pages of my favorites, it doesn't mean I'm a computer just favoriting everywhere. I tends to do mass-faving which is often followed by days of no activity.

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PLEASE DO NOT THANK ME FOR THE FAVORITE.

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Also, I will hide your comment if it's a thank you for the favorite.

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Also, I will hide your comment if it's a thank you for the favorite.


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NON-PROFIT FAVORITES










Not to mention, I will hide all comments saying
"Thanks for the fave"


Thank you for not thanking me.

Instead of thanking me for the fave, why not just say hi to me, tell me how your day's going, what you're up to with your art, what your favorite mythological story is, or some cool random facts you know. Let's have a conversation. :)



Updates

Journal Entry: Tue Jan 13, 2015, 4:02 PM

Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!




So, the last two months have been extremely rough. I think I mentioned that in a previous journal. Things got really, really tough. I had lost my job, then the car decided to stop working, which made getting to work for my mom difficult. My unemployment insurance encountered several hang ups at this time too. So for nearly a whole month, we had NO income and had bills to pay. My mom found a resource that helps low-income families by covering the water bill for a month. So we got that squared away. Then my mom started using the bus to get to some of her clients and some of her clients even lent her a ride, which was really nice. I was on the job hunt for 3 weeks before I landed a new job. The pay is much worse than what I got from my previous job and the hours are even less, so I don't fully see it as a victory but it's better than absolutely nothing. Eventually, I got some of my unemployment money that was owed to me. Ironically, it came a week after my first paycheck.

One of my mom's clients lent her $1,000 to cover the cost of fixing the car but it ended up being so far gone, it just wasn't worth it. So I scoured craigslist for an inexpensive car. We paid $950 for a car from a lady who didn't speak English well and later found out she lied to us about the condition of the car. She told us the car was fine and would pass smog no problem. But it didn't pass smog so we took it to a mechanic that checked it out, they found the check engine light indicated was deliberately turned off and the car had transmissions issues that would cost us $1,400 to fix. So we're going to look into suing that bitch for lying to us. Because that was so incredibly wrong. I hope nothing but the worst for her. 

But the car is not to the point where it won't run... for now. Hopefully, things will stay that way while I save the little money I earn from my job so we can get things fixed. 

So, basically, I'm not out of all our troubles yet. It's been hectic and my mom and I are still dealing with things and trying to get ourselves back on track. 

In other news, I have moved my commissions information to my portfolio website. The information is nearly verbatim from my commissions journal, but there's a lot more example art on the page and less verbage and terms and junk. I've also changed my journal skin graphics and layout. :) And then, I have also changed up a couple things on my DA page, mostly decreasing the number of deviation thumbnails and changing featured works and deleting some comments or what have you. 

I'm also still working on my creative resources page. I'm really excited to get it done and out so people can start utilizing it. :) My delay is mostly just work and my level of energy. 

I've started drawing a little more consistently again, I've got like 3 sketches from this past month. :) I'm just too lazy to get them scanned. :XD: But I'll scan them eventually. 

  • Mood: Tired

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Updates

Journal Entry: Tue Jan 13, 2015, 4:02 PM

Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!




So, the last two months have been extremely rough. I think I mentioned that in a previous journal. Things got really, really tough. I had lost my job, then the car decided to stop working, which made getting to work for my mom difficult. My unemployment insurance encountered several hang ups at this time too. So for nearly a whole month, we had NO income and had bills to pay. My mom found a resource that helps low-income families by covering the water bill for a month. So we got that squared away. Then my mom started using the bus to get to some of her clients and some of her clients even lent her a ride, which was really nice. I was on the job hunt for 3 weeks before I landed a new job. The pay is much worse than what I got from my previous job and the hours are even less, so I don't fully see it as a victory but it's better than absolutely nothing. Eventually, I got some of my unemployment money that was owed to me. Ironically, it came a week after my first paycheck.

One of my mom's clients lent her $1,000 to cover the cost of fixing the car but it ended up being so far gone, it just wasn't worth it. So I scoured craigslist for an inexpensive car. We paid $950 for a car from a lady who didn't speak English well and later found out she lied to us about the condition of the car. She told us the car was fine and would pass smog no problem. But it didn't pass smog so we took it to a mechanic that checked it out, they found the check engine light indicated was deliberately turned off and the car had transmissions issues that would cost us $1,400 to fix. So we're going to look into suing that bitch for lying to us. Because that was so incredibly wrong. I hope nothing but the worst for her. 

But the car is not to the point where it won't run... for now. Hopefully, things will stay that way while I save the little money I earn from my job so we can get things fixed. 

So, basically, I'm not out of all our troubles yet. It's been hectic and my mom and I are still dealing with things and trying to get ourselves back on track. 

In other news, I have moved my commissions information to my portfolio website. The information is nearly verbatim from my commissions journal, but there's a lot more example art on the page and less verbage and terms and junk. I've also changed my journal skin graphics and layout. :) And then, I have also changed up a couple things on my DA page, mostly decreasing the number of deviation thumbnails and changing featured works and deleting some comments or what have you. 

I'm also still working on my creative resources page. I'm really excited to get it done and out so people can start utilizing it. :) My delay is mostly just work and my level of energy. 

I've started drawing a little more consistently again, I've got like 3 sketches from this past month. :) I'm just too lazy to get them scanned. :XD: But I'll scan them eventually. 

  • Mood: Tired
Hello and thank you for viewing my listing. 

I will detail my computer skills and the level in which I feel that I fall under for each skill below. I will also provide a link to my website that provides details about commissioning me for illustrations.

I currently hold a part time position that does not permit the use of electronics that give me access to my email. Please allow me permission to respond to your message or email within one to four days. Emails will be the best form of contact for this very reason. 

Computer Skills
  • Windows and Mac Operating Systems: Expert (9+ years)
  • Microsoft Word & PowerPoint: Expert (9+ years)
  • Adobe CS Photoshop: Expert (7 years)
  • Social Media Sites: Expert (7 years)
  • Adobe CS InDesign: Intermediate (5 years)
  • Adobe CS Flash: Intermediate (4 years)
  • Adobe CS Illustrator: Intermediate (3 years)
  • Adobe CS Dreamweaver & HTML/CSS: Intermediate (3 years)
  • Wordpress: Beginner (1 year)
  • Microsoft Excel: Intermediate (5 months)
  • Final Cut Pro & Adobe CS After Effects: Beginner (4 months)
Other Skills
  • Able to conduct multiple illustrative techniques, including but not limited to graphite/pencil & color pencils, charcoal, assorted pens & markers, acrylic paint, and digital mediums such as Photoshop.
  • Photography using a dSLR camera and familiarity with the Camera Raw program.
  • Happy to work with various age groups, ethnicities, and cultural/religious backgrounds.
  • Able to create traditional prints using print-making techniques such as aquatint using zinc plates, woodcut, and drypoint using copper plates.
  • Able to use a traditional and electronical letterpress machine.
  • Able to bind books using various bookbinding methods such as but not limited to: Japanese side-stab, hardcover binding, Coptic stitch, Leporello.
  • Able to create keepsake boxes of various size, such as clam-shell boxes, Chitzi boxes, slip-cases, and folded boxes.
Education
  • Bachelor of Arts, emphasis in Multimedia, received May 2012 from San Diego State University in California.
Details for commissioning me for illustrations can be read and samples of my work can be viewed at the following link: 

ariellejay.com/freelance
My contact information (mainly, my email) is also supplied at that link. 

Please note that any and all commissioned work would be created with the highest percent of my abilities. The above link only covers illustration commissions. All other forms of work will have to be discussed in detail and the prices will dependent on the nature and complexity of the project. All design and other multimedia work may be viewed on my portfolio website: ariellejay.com

Thank you again for viewing this listing. 
Tutorials and Resources
1,278 deviations
Selfies by Anomalies13
Selfies
Just in case you have no idea what I look like, you can extrapolate that from these little 'create a character' screenshots intended to depict me. 
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Free Resources for Artists

Journal Entry: Thu Dec 25, 2014, 11:40 AM

I'm currently developing a Creative Resources page that, when done, will be accessible on my portfolio website, ariellejay.com. My goal is to be able to share links to all manners of free creative resources for various creative pursuits. This project will take me a while because I'm working on it on my free time. (I have a part time job.) So it probably won't be done for another month or so.

Nonetheless, I do not pretend to know everything. If you have any bookmarks to sites that provide free aid to any and all creative pursuits (including creative writing, traditional/digital art, graphics & web design, photography, etc.), please leave your links in my feedback page! Even if it's just an article or a series of pictures you find inspiring, a free program you find to be a useful tool, or your favorite font that can be freely downloaded. Please also feel free to share this link with anyone and everyone.

Here's the link:
docs.google.com/forms/d/1zqOzp…



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Anomalies13
Camille Kingsley
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United States


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.:HELPFUL JOURNALS I WROTE JUST FOR YOU:.
If You've Got an Art BlockI've had an art block since May 2010 and it's finally starting to defrost.
I've found that one thing that's helping me defrost my art block is just forcing myself to draw. :XD:
I set up a 17x11in canvas in Photoshop CS5 and start doodling. I tell myself "Fill this blank page with stuff." I experiment with new brushes, brush sizes, and colors. I also experiment with color application. So if you have an art block, just open a Photoshop doc and force yourself to draw. (Or um, if it's easier or you don't have a tablet to work with, bust out a piece of paper and doodle little sketches.) Anything that comes to mind. It also helps if you maybe narrow yourself to limitations if you're feeling stumped. For example, I limited myself to Anomalies characters so I've been drawing them a lot and focusing on my story as a result giving me inspiration to draw and create more.
It's pretty fun. I don't think about anatomy errors and issues. I don't focus too much on sticking within the lines of my doodl
Drawing ResourcesHey people,
I started this journal because I had been dissatisfied with my art skills so since May 28, 2011, I've been on the hunt for material to help me out. PLEASE NOTE: This journal gets UPDATED! So check back every few months or so for anything new! And if you find something useful, please suggest it! If you have your own collection of resource links, please share them! :D And if you're browsing this list and encounter a site link that no longer works, let me know. :)
ANNOUNCEMENT! My journal is becoming too big. So soon in the future, I will be making a PART 2 to this journal. Some of these sections will be moved there, and the ones left behind will be expanded upon!!! Please continue to leave suggestions. Let me know what has helped you out. I would love to know.
So far I've found these sites helpful:
01. Get Better at Drawing Just some helpful tips.
02.
You want to make a Flash Dress Up Game?But you're not entirely familiar with Flash? WELL FEAR NOT! Deviantart supplies A VAST AMOUNT OF TUTORIALS from people who know and have some fair amount of understanding of what to do.
So I'll help you get started by supplying some information and also recommending a couple very nice and informative tutorials about Flash. Plus don't be discouraged if you suck at drawing in Flash, I provided a fair amount of information for an alternative solution at the end!  
What you need:
- Flash* (any kind of Flash where you can write Action Script 2.0... NOT Action Script 3.0, these tutorials cover AS 2.0)
- Time
- Patience
*If you're wondering what kind of Flash I use, I'll tell you. I use a super old school Flash that does the job juuust fine. It's called Macromedia Flash MX, also known as "Flash 6.0 r25" Yuuuup, really old. I've had it since junior year in high school (approx. 5 years). I have Flash Professional CS5, and it looks pretty much the same as Flash 6, so don't worry.
OKAY!
Tips on How to ImproveMy good friend, Draethius, had posted a DA journal a long time ago (almost a whole year) that he has long since removed that was about how he didn't feel like a real artist and wasn't sure how he could improve. So I wrote him an essay lengthy Note in reply. And I kind of forgot about it since it happened along the time when I was throwing a tantrum over that one chick I call Otto.
But I was going through some documents from my Back Up files and found the document I wrote to Drake and decided "Hey, I should post this! :D" Granted, there's moments when I kind of go off on a tangent, but I think this could be helpful to someone...maybe?
Here it goes:
I can't tell you how to feel like a real artist, but most cases, artists are never satisfied with their work and are constantly pushing themselves to get better. This is a good thing, otherwise we'd never improve. But it can also be a bad thing, if you push yourself too much, you can essentially burn out. So
My Color TutorialsHey guys,
I spent a few days writing these tutorials for you so I hope you take the time to read them and maybe even learn some stuff from them:

You can download both tutorials in a ZIP here: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=VMMVW7HA
I also shared some helpful resources in the comments, so be sure to try them out:

Lastly, I shared some extra material, some tutorials that helped me figure out my own path:

Again, I hope all this is helpful to you. :)
Anomalies13
Other helpful stuff I've written:
You want to make a Flash Dress Up Game? by Anomalies13Tips on How to Improve by Anomalies13


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Commissions - Open by SweetDukeCommissions - Ask Me by SweetDuke
Details:
Commission PricesThis journal covers the Policy, Types, and Prices of my Commissions. For F.A.Q. and the type of subject matter I can do, please visit my Commissions F.A.Q. journal.
Availability Status

Policy
By commissioning me, you agree to my policy.
My policy is as follows:
Hover your mouse here to view Policy
NOTE: I finally decided to update my old policy that was refined for Kiriban Rewards to be more up-to-date. Please do not consider this policy as hostile, or read it as though I wrote it angrily, as that is not the case! :) I just want you to understand me and for us both to form a respectful alliance. BY COMMISSIONING ME, YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS:
1. All paid art created is the sole property of myself, Arielle Jay, a.k.a. Anomalies13, NanasFreak or any other relevant monikers I may go by. I AM NOT WORK-FOR-HIRE. A commissioner/client
Commissions F.A.Q.For Policy, Types, and Prices of commissions, you have to go to my Commissions Prices Journal
.:Subject Matter:.
♥ I'm pretty open to ideas. :D Just know that I can draw a lot of stuff, but there's equally a lot of things I can't or won't draw. (Some things I may draw for myself, but I will not draw for other people.) Here's my general list.
YES, I WILL DRAW:
:bulletgreen: I'm comfortable with drawing humans/humanoids the most. ♥
:bulletgreen: I can draw 4-legged creatures somewhat decently.
:bulletgreen: I'm okay with robots/androids/mechs/cyborgs as long as they're not too bulky and too far away from the frame of a human figure.
:bulletgreen: I'm open to drawing mythical beasts or creatures that are made up. ♥
Examples:
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