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I make a lot of drawings...
Comments and critiques are always welcomed and appreciated!

No ass-kissing, please! :)

Commissions - Open by SweetDukeCommissions - Ask Me by SweetDuke


With purchase!

How it works:

  1. Buy one of my works available in my print shop here on DA.
  2. Take a photo of it once you receive it.
  3. Post that photo here on DA and link it to me! (You can tell me via a note, this journal, I don't care where.)
  4. I'll take a look at it and confirm you get a freebie sketch. Then you tell me what you want me to draw!

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to approach me.
This offer lasts until Dec. 31st, 2014 at 11:59pm PST.

Random Favourites

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.





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












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



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. :)

At this point...

Journal Entry: Tue Dec 16, 2014, 5:12 PM
  • Mood: Tired
Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!

I'm surprised I can even draw at all, let alone draw somewhere close to pretty good. 

I miss the time where my average number of sketches for a week was like 44.

Nowadays, it takes me like 44 days to draw anything LOL.

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At this point...

Journal Entry: Tue Dec 16, 2014, 5:12 PM
  • Mood: Tired
Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!

I'm surprised I can even draw at all, let alone draw somewhere close to pretty good. 

I miss the time where my average number of sketches for a week was like 44.

Nowadays, it takes me like 44 days to draw anything LOL.

I made some of my widgets darker.

Journal Entry: Fri Dec 5, 2014, 12:45 PM
  • Mood: Tired
Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!

Sure wish I knew how to add custom backdrops to Newest Deviations, Favorites, and my DA ID widget. :(

A rocky journey still

Journal Entry: Thu Dec 4, 2014, 5:13 PM
  • Mood: Tired
Anomalies13 is now available for commissions! Click here for more details!

Since my last entry, roughly two weeks ago, I've applied for 16 jobs and had posted my professional website all over craigslist, leading me to multiple design offers that weren't really all that great. Despite applying for 16 jobs, I didn't hear back from like 99.9% of them. Though, I did get a reply back for a job that'll enable me to work at the World Famous(!) San Diego Zoo. The job is like $1 above minimum wage and it's a part time gig, but it's still a job! One I'm hoping I can keep for more than 4 or 8 months, unless something better comes along. It'll be retail experience for me, which will look good on my resume. You know how job experience is really important to have even if the job is practically a no-brainer anyway.

Since it's a part time job and with little pay, I'm hoping I can use my extra time for other things, like working on my books and stories. I'm not sure yet. First I have to see how the work flow is and how tiring it makes me after 5 hours. That could take a month or two to adjust. So, we'll see. Tomorrow is my first shift, only 2 hours because I'll just be shadowing and getting a sense for how we operate at the booth. 

Still no car! I'm not really at all sure what's going on there. My mom's too nervous to call our neighbor and find out what kind of arrangements have been made, which really bug me because I really want to know. But, my mom doesn't want to push his buttons because he's a pretty temper-mental guy. :hmm: 

Keeping my head up as best I can! It's not easy. 


Camille Kingsley
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United States

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|| :bulletpurple: MY LIVESTREAM HOURS :bulletpurple: || :bulletwhite: F.A.Q. :bulletwhite: ||
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.
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.
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:
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. :)
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 Status:.
Commissions - Open by SweetDukeCommissions - Ask Me by SweetDuke
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

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.
: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. ♥





My birthday is July 17. *hint* *hint*

I mostly like prints that are 11x17 or 16x20. :)


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designlover-jenna Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2014  Student Interface Designer
Thank you for watching me.
MSilenceART Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014   Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!!!:party::iconcakechocplz:
Aerindarkwater Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Happy early birthday :D :cake:
neriokat Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Thank you for the fave! (I'm kidding, I promise you I'm kidding!) I actually came to say thank you for your wonderful stock, it's been used here:
Indubitablywindy Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Used your stock here:…

Thank you very much!
kgreene Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2013
Ooops. Just saw your note about thanking you. Sorry!

mayumeii909 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
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RedStyleOfficial Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2013   Digital Artist
I have used a beautiful image of you in one of my photo manipulation artwork.
Hope you like it.

dirtyblueblood Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Used your stock here: Link
Thank you!
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