|When the light couldn't shine through the darkness...|
I love life, I love art and I love you all! |
I also love animals, travel and beach!
I'm an International Tourism & Hospitality Management student at USC and I like all types of art.
I enjoy creating manipulations. Putting together a scene by using different photos is a fun process.
Moreover, it feels rewarding once the desired result is achieved!
Meanwhile, I am learning about digital painting in my spare time.
I'm always blown away by all those amazing paintings showcased here on dA! C:
Virtue's crossroads part IV Part IV
Friday afternoon Arête was sitting in his office going over some of the new ideas for some exhibits. As he flipped through the papers, a sharp knock caught his attention. He adjusted his glasses then looked to the door. Amun stood at the door giving him a fanged smile. Arête stood and motioned for him to enter then sat down again going back to his papers.
“So, ready for the big night?” Amun asked sitting across from Arête.
“Actually yes, I’m looking forward to going out tonight.” Arête replied still reading his papers.
“Good. I’m going home early again. I’ll leave out the “smell good” for you on the table. I only had a couple of tours to give today. I’ll see you when you get home.
Virtue's Crossroads part IIIPart III
Arête looked at her still surprised at the fact that this female was the one that had given him advice on the way home during his first month in the empire. She had acted and even sounded like Amun when they had walked together. She was his niece after all it should not have come as a surprise, but it still did.
Arête was at a loss for words. Hekate’s look suddenly softened her posture more relaxed now standing with ease looking at him intently.
“Well…I’m glad I got that out of the way.” Hekate said sounding relieved, “I’m sorry but my uncle wouldn’t have it any other way…he’s old fashioned like that.”
Arête still looked at her now realizing that the niece of a trained killer wanted to date him. A situation he did not want to find himself in at all. Hekate on the other hand edged her way closer to him still
Virtue's crossroads part V
After a ten-minute walk through the northeastern part of the city, they soon found themselves at a public park illuminated by street lamps. The park filled with various paths to take but all led to the center. Flower rows and shrubbery adorned the park along with some trees on the outer edges. A large statue stood in the middle of the park a circular path surrounding it. It was a statue of Queen Chrysalis. Her pose regal her eyes determined, and unforgiving. Arête couldn’t help but feel slightly oppressed as he looked at it. While not knowing the Queen and only going by rumors and or stories, it was quite fitting. She was both terrifying and beautiful. Arête stood in awe then his attention pulled back to Hekate as she started to walk ahead of him. As he followed her, he noticed that ponies and changelings were here in the park as well. Some were sitting and talking others strolling on the many paths. Guards patrolled th
inspiration yoIt's been a long time since I've done an inspiration feature and I can't fit all the work I've found in one journal, soo here's a link to the Inspiring folder: http://andaelentari.deviantart.com/favourites/61399249/Inspiring-IV
aaand some choice selections
Who are you? by davidperesbr Blue Mosque Dome by lostknightkg Sweet liberation by La--Boheme
Charity commission for Nepal 2 by Hellobaby Rainbow by le-shae
ACEUh-Oh II by MistiqueStudio
Feature of the week.My collection of the my serie: Ships.
My recent work.
Other work of my serie.
BACK!! + Summer FeatureAfter a quite long absence on dA, here I am – back again. I’ve been so busy this year.. Now my exams are finally over (it was about time), but I still have a lot more things to do: applying to University, getting used to living in a new city, meeting new people… Mixed feelings about this, as I’m nervous like hell while at the same time I can’t wait to get there. Keep your fingers crossed for me.
Thank you so much for the support. It means very much to me. Here’s a feature as a huge ‘THANK YOU!’
My latest work
Dilemma by lintu47The Rich Widow by PaperDreamerArtFire of Life (Birthday Gift) by maRKE0
The Best and Wonderful work - Art FeatureThe Best and Wonderful work
of the last week
Reforestation by Cold-Tommy-Gin
Moonlight Dream by annewipf beauty of the night by ektapinki
Kiss by Manink Snowflake by Mysterykids The lady of the black forest by vampirekingdom
Battle in the dark by Mr-Ripley CrowMan by Notvitruvian
Cornered by neverdying Necromancer by Whendell Thinking of you by Katecita
Infinite possibilities (12)Hi everybody!
For the ones who are far away from DA:
While some of you are on vacation or just busy out there
and others are not on Da no more,
I´ve decided that this time,
I won´t make a special "corner",
I won´t "drop" you on the bottom of this feature
like I used to do until now.
Here or not, You´re still part of this community,
so, your wonderful works,
were arranged thematically along with the other fellow artists.
No matter how long it will take you to come back,
please remember, you´re missed.
And I´m sure I´m not the only one who is missing you:
Julia :iconPisstoffenfracted: Dima :icondimajaber:
Purplelicious Ellie :iconk-i-mm-i-e: Dras :icondrnda42:
"The most precious gift we can offer to others is
TMNT:THE SHADOW OF EVERYONE- PRELUDEWarning: TCEST
''Serve The Shredder,he is your lord and master!Serve The Shredder and live !''
Numerous televisions hang a little everywhere in the town broadcasted the long-limbed visage of a purple and white with emerald eyes mutant snake,everybody knew the mutant viper identity in New York,feared as much as Shredder himself,this was noone else but Karai;Her wavy voice continued the message :''Beware what you do !The Sredder is watching,always watching !''
The sinuous snake pupils were reduced to two thin lines while she recited those words,which nearly gave the feeling that the mutant girl could really see every action done by anyone from behind the screen where her figure was showing.