|All of the submissions I have lol|
Not all of this is my work so please read the descriptions carefully.
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Character's owned by me: Shawna Briand/ koneko-urusaki
Don't listen to DA sayin that I've only been here a short while XD This is my commissions account and I've been on DA 4 years <3
I'm an anime Otaku nerd/ Gamer girl who loves to draw. My dream is to become a Voice Actress.
p.s. be weary of making jokes near me I have a high functioning form of autism and sometimes wont get it and take it seriously >,<
Also check out my group if your interested ~ Anyone can join
Also If you like you can watch my youtube channel as well. I rarely put stuff up XD so I don't blame you if you don't want to but I'm going to try and get some stuff up I swear ;w;
Ways to get a hold of me ^w^
Skype (I don't go on much!): shawna.aka.katsuya
I am getting way too excited for my b-day with this counter XD
Birthday gifts that I received <3
Drawn by DeerestHammy
Copying is NOT stealing......as long as you are fair and credit the original artist!!
Every artist once was a beginner, never forget it!
And most artists started with copying: from their favorite Mangakas or artists.
I think copying is one of the best way to learn and to get a feeling for a certain style, because you observe and you reproduce it.
I recently saw someone who copies drawings from other dA artists. It's not stealing. It's not the same like downloading and re-submitting under their names. No, it's drawn by them.
But when I told that person to credit the original artist, he or she just hid my comment.
That's coward, really. There's nothing wrong about copying, but it's wrong to deny it and to claim it as your own work.
I think if you want to learn by copying, do it in your sketchbooks privately. But if you want to upload it, ask the original artists before or at least credit them and link to the original piece.
No one blames you for practicing, but for lying. And honestly, it's a