I got tagged by PERSONAL SECTION
1. What's your name/ nickname if you prefer?
Stefi2. Do you like being surrounded by many people?
eh. Depends on what we're doing, but I usually prefer smaller groups3. Do you think people in your real life consider you normal?
Nope.4. Do you think there are things that make you stand out from the normal?
Stand out? Nah. You gotta talk to me first.5. Would you mind telling us...?
I hug everyone and occasionally talk a lot whilst waving my hands about and feel a bit like a natural disaster - unstoppable and takes over.
1. How did you end on DA?
A friend had an account and I was like, 'why not join a place I can actually post my writing?'
2. Do you still have the first deviation you posted in your gallery?
Should be in there somewhere.
3. Do you keep your old deviations as memories?
Not as memories, just because I don't want to delete them. Once they've been written, I don't often feel like they're 'mine'.
4. Would you favorite a well-made piece of art although you are not interested in that >topic/style< of art at all?
5. Do you think get feedback/watchers groups are useful?
I am not a dA group person... I guess they can be, but usually aren't.ART SECTION1. Do you have OCs?
Yes. 2. How many?
Around 20 maybe...? A lot are minor characters with only a name and a barely a description attached to them right now.3. Do you do fanart?
Not really.4. Do you think original art deserves more credit than fanart?
I'm not sure. I would say so though.MISCELLANEOUS SECTION
1. Do you watch anime?
yup2. Do you read manga?
more often than watching anime
3. Do you think you can be too old for these?
Aw hell no.4. Prefer movies or series?
If I like the plotline a lot, series. If I'm in the mood for something short, series.7. Favorite book?
YOU THINK I HAVE ONE? Don't make me do this. I mean, I love Melina Marchetta's intricately detailed novels where there is a main plotline but all these fantastic details that make the story just so lovely to read, and then there's Sir Terry Pratchett's brilliant descriptions of, like, EVERYTHING. And then Rachel Hartman's two books, Seraphina and Shadow Scale, where the dragons are amazingly created and then Shadow Scale is just really casually queer friendly where being queer doesn't take over the plot but it's there like it's just a thing. AND THEN The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss is a beautiful fiction fantasy novel with the last book coming out soon (KVOTHE, DON'T DIE). For my past self (mostly) I love Diane Wynne Jones' worlds unlike our own, and Eva Ibbotson's morbid descriptions (but for kids!). Er. I can stop now. Prob- no, wait, The Broken Lands by Kate Milford are also amazing, I just love my intricate plots and almost romances XD OH, and The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland In A Ship Of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valentine is just a glorious growing up novel that continues on into at least two more novels. OK. Now I'm good. I guess.6. Favorite genre?
Fiction, mostly fantasy but I'll read sci-fi too.7. Can you be friends with people who have not one common hobby with you?
Yeah, why not.
8. Is making friends in real life easy?
Relatively. Keeping them is the hard part.9. Are you religious?
Yes?10. Do you enjoy discussions?
11. Can you fall in love with a person without physical attraction?
XD Of course.12. Do you personally do something against global warning/clime changes?
I try.13. Do you donate for noble causes?
If I had money I would14. Do you like animals?
I adore 'em.15. How well do you do with plant care? (house plants)
Uh. They get watered. Sometimes.