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LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello Tyrranux, since its the spirit of Halloween, I was meaning to ask this question.
If you could be a monster which one would you be?(can be any type, and if you want it could also be categories, like if you want to be a mythological monster or if you also want to be a movie monster you can put both in there own categories. The only rule is not a character just the type of monster it is)
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Tyrranux Featured By Owner 6 days ago
I'd probably wanna be a vampire much like the Pillar men from Jojo part 2.
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LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Pillar men?...(searches for this pillar men)...0_0...unique choice compared to the others that I must say.
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LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hello Tyrranux, I was meaning to ask you 2 very important questions?
How did you feel about introducing yourself? Nervous, brave, or just natural. You see the problem is that I want to introduce myself to the humans but I'm nervous about it, so just asking how did it go for you?
And my 2 question is, what tips could you give about making comics? The thing is that for years I have been inspired by other artist comics into making my own, specially you.
So what kind of tips can you give to a beginner like me on starting in this new world called DaviantArt? I'm specially asking you since you are one of the many who inspired me and made me want to get in this place, and I thought I ask a pro like you at this stuff.
Thanks if you answer and hope you have a great life as always.
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Tyrranux Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
I can't exactly give you any insightful advice other than "get good at drawing and writing" - practice regularly on both your artistic skills and literature skills. Get yourself into a grove that is most comfortable for you and use that grove to improve your skills little by little, you'll always be teaching yourself new tricks that way. Each attempt at art you make is a learning experience in and of itself. No matter what level you are at it still takes dedication and work to make any kind of art no matter how simple or complex said art is.

And if you can, get your hands on an art program that you are most comfortable with using and know like the back of your hand. I use both Print Shop from Broderbund and Manga Studio Debut 4, the latter has a beginner's menu to ease new users in. And don't be afraid to look up tutorials, especially here on deviantART.
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LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That... was fantastic(sniff), thank you so much.:) (Smile) Clap 
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Tyrranux Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
You're most welcome.
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heroquester2016 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Student General Artist
I like your comics I think they are funny.
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XGluon Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014
I know I posted this on your profile already, but...
...you ever heard of MUGEN?

It's a fighting game engine that allows you to pit...oh, I don't know...just about every fighting game character there is against each other.

You can do DC superheroes VS. Marvel superheroes...Saiyans VS. Stand-Users...heck, I know for a fact that there are even My Little Pony characters available for MUGEN!
(You'll need to find them and download them, though.  MUGEN only comes default with a character named Kung Fu Man.)

And the best part?
It's completely free.

I should know...I have it.
So...what do you think?  Is it something that you think you would like?
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LordoftheVillains Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi buddy say I was mining to ask, have you ever seen Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt?
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