Yesterday I was bored and hungover, so I drew a Neopet (Woodland Scorchio) for the first time in 6-7 years. I like how its based on a Rainbow Eucalyptus and thought it was decent enough to upload online.

Say what you will, but I got into digital art (including my first tablet) and online art sharing because of Neopets. I also experienced my first art theft and artist drama on there too. It taught me A LOT about the online art realm. I stumbled across the website again thanks to Reddit, and was surprised to see there’s still an active community (even the Facebook page has 200K likes) with very decent artists still floating around. With that, I indulged in some nostalgia to unwind from my seemingly busy adult life, and because I haven’t drawn something for myself in a long time.

I had fun, and no regrets! Back to real work now.

Photoshop CS5 + Wacom Cintiq 24HD over a few hours. Scorchio © Neopets

(P.S. Nauvasca is the name of my Neopets and old DeviantArt account.)

Life goals✨

I started to write this list on 25.12.2015, my 25th birthday. 

This are my life goals I want to achieve since I was a little girl. I’ll reblog this entry every year to extend and edit this list. I’m very excited what comes out from time to time!

Personal Achievements:

  • publish a book “Stilgefühl” at the publishing house JAJA
  • see one of my books in the window of a bookstore
  • draw an illustration for the front page of a newspaper
  • draw a character design for a big movie
  • draw a comic
  • work with a great team on a video game
  • get a Wacom Cintiq Wacom Cintiq 24hd since 2013
  • my own small library 
  • post a YouTube video that generates 1 million views
  • join an animal welfare organization since 2010
  • play an instrument guitar since 2007, flute since 1999
  • learn to read musicsince 1999
  • visit a Halloween Party disguised as a zombie
  • get my own dog a golden retriever puppy, Dec. 2016
  • become a morning jogger
  • plant a tree
  • go tech-free for a daya few days
  • go tech-free for a week

Travel to the following places:

  • Paris (France)
  • London (UK)
  • Rome (Italy)
  • Venedig (Italy) Summer 2006
  • Amsterdam (NL) March 2009
  • New Zealand
  • Iceland
  • Ireland May 2017
  • Scotland May 2017
  • Greenland
  • Canada
  • LA
  • Tokio (Japan)
  • Kairo (Egypt) Summer 2002

I will:

  • eat a real pizza in Venedig Summer 2006
  • buy a beautiful dress in Paris
  • see The Last Judgment by Michelangelo
  • walking on the Camino de Santiago in Spain
  • snowboarding in the mountains Feb. 2015 for the first time
  • dive with great white sharks
  • see orcas in wildlife
  • go on a safari in Africa // Scheduled for 2018 //
  • carry a tiger python 2012
  • see auroras
  • snorkel in Hawaii
  • traditional archery in nature

Family Achievements:

  • marry a wonderful, humorous, loyal man (i’ve already found him)
  • build my dream house in the countryside
  • give birth to a handsome, healthy baby
  • be a cool Mum
  • teach my children to draw (and make them illustrators haha)
  • play video games with my children (and be owned by them)
  • visit my grand children

Musicals and events i’ve to see:

  • Lion King
  • Tarzan June 2013, Hamburg
  • Aladdin
  • The Beauty And The Beast Sep. 2015, Cologne
  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame 
  • The Phantom Of The Opera
  • Video Games Live Gamescom Aug. 2015, Cologne
  • Gamescom 2015 Aug. 2015, Cologne
  • Gamescom 2016 Aug. 2016, Cologne
  • Gamescom 2017 // Scheduled for Aug. 2017 //
  • Disney on Ice March 2017
  • Pixar Live
  • Harry Potter live in concert March 2017
  • Batman Live March 2012

Because some of you guys asked me how I build up my scenes, I made this quick process-animation.

I’ll explain the animation-process itself in another one or in a video. 

Program, Tools and stuff:

I use Photoshop CS6 with an Wacom Cintiq 24hd (not necessary, but definitely a lot of fun to work with), and play a lot with layer-effects, such as “multiply” or “overlay” and transparency. For the animation I use the Photoshop-Timeline (Frame-Animation)

The original document-size is 255 x 135 px. When it’s finished I scale it up to 300%

Thanks for watching! :)

anonymous asked:

Can i ask you what kind of digital tablet you use? I saw a photo of a really big one a while back (you were using it standing up!) and was wondering how much it costed you? I am a designer and I soo want to upgrade the tools I have right now

Hey Anon,

I’m using a Wacom Cintiq 24HD. It was very expensive and I have saved money for a long time and I am very proud of it. Meanwhile there are new devices. Since you will certainly find something great among all the products.


I have the Medium Intuos and I like it, but this would be very nice. Though, most of what I do begins on paper, so I would need to rethink my design process for this sort of thing.

Selling: Cintiq 24HD used

I am looking to sell my wacom Cintiq 24HD. 

I am in dire and immediate need of financial assistance for rent and utilities, and this is an art-tool I no longer have future assigned work for, or make use of.

The device is used, and a few years old, but is fully functional. 

Asking price: $1300 +shipping

Item Condition: Functional

  • 3 years old
  • VGA to HDMI cable
  • DVI to Display Port cable
  • USB connector cable
  • Power cord and adapter
  • Warranty Expired
  • Missing cover-plating for cord storage and outputs in back
  • Pen is functional, missing pen-stand and additional nibs

Tablet Surface Condition

  • Minor wear from use
  • No sensitivity or tracking issues
  • 1 blackened pixel
  • Hot-keys and track wheels function

Given the wear and age of the device, I will be selling it for $1300 USD (below the asking price of used devices on Ebay and Amazon). I will possibly consider lower offers.

To get in contact with me about possibly purchasing this device, please send an ask to my tumblr, or email me at Kiringale@yahoo.com. 

  • Please include a preface in the title, and your contact information in the email. 
  • I will not ship internationally.