Now that I've ranted and raved about my life in two words, let's move on. :]
I post a lot of art that says "GA" on it, but for a long time I've stopped saying what this means, so
figure I'll put it here. "GA," when I have used it, stands for "Gaian Avatar" or "Gaian Art," which is to
say that the picture is based on someone's avi from Gaiaonline.
I've been a member of Gaia since 2005 (under the u/n Lost Melfanian. So original. xD), and while there
are a lot of things going on with the site that I (and much of the Gaian community) can (and probably
have) complain(ed) about right now... I still enjoy it, because the MAIN reasons I visit there are my
friends, my joy at drawing freebies, and the Void. The Void is a freebie/hangout thread (currently in
version 3, I guess, since there have been 2 Void threads before the current one). I've lived in a Void
thread on Gaia since 2009 and probably wouldn't change that even if I were invited elsewhere.
If you're on Gaia and get bored, feel free to visit the Void one day.
Might get you a freebie out of it. Who knows. :]
Hmm... what else can I talk about...
This is my brother's deviantArt account.
No, for realsies, he's my bro. Like... Blood kin. Same parents n' everything. lol.
Eric joined dA a while back. He'd had an older account and lost the info to log on it, but his newer
account is up-to-date and he seems to be enjoying dA now. Makin' friends n' stuff. It makes me happy
for reasons I just don't know how to explain. Heh.
He's been pushing himself to keep drawing by not only doing his own stuff, but taking requests. It's been
fun to watch him do this, especially when someone asks for something I'd consider a break from his
normal stuff. Sometimes I get unreasonably jealous about this, but eh. Siblings. :]
For those of ye that don't know, Eric has been drawing as long in his life as I have in mine, and had
been something of an inspiration for me to draw for a long time. I love drawing, but he instilled the
initial joy of it in me via friendly art-rivalry, if ye will.
Throughout high school, we were both somewhat known by our art. People would consider me the
sister of "that one guy with all the drawings," and he has probably had people ask if he was related
to or knew of "that girl that draws."
I had long considered his work better than mine, and still do in some respects, but I understand (and
stress) that our styles are simply different. And we are both, according to people we've met, good
Which is enough for me now.
Hmm... Can't think of anything else to say without going on a tangent.
So uh... Guess I'm out.
'Till next time, Journal.