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noisybubbles
Wanderer of Galleries
Australia
A strange creature intent on finding kick-arse works and maybe showing one or two of her own....

Current Residence: Adelaide, South Australia

Favourite genre of music: a mixture of industrial, metal, alt-rock, electronica and god knows what else lol
Favourite style of art: comics of various types, surreal, twisted, funky....whatever takes my fancy ^_^

Personal Quote: "Go with your gut."
Interests
Seeing that I've been too busy/rather slack on the journal front (well, being amongst the deviantsphere in general, really), I may as well give this questionnaire a go.

  1. How long have you been on DeviantArt? About six years (joined June 2009)

  2. What does your username mean? It is derived from a Devin Townsend song that I just couldn't get out of my head at the time. Seemed to be a good fit.

  3. Describe yourself in three words. Easily distracted. Nerd.

  4. Are you left or right handed? Right (with left-handed tendencies)

  5. What was your first deviation? Oh boy... IDv1.0 by noisybubbles

  6. What is your favourite type of art to create? The type that (somewhat) accurately portrays the image, the world, that resides in my head. The format doesn't matter.

  7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? Honestly? Rather than mastering a different style, I'd rather master the foundations of drawing in general. Then I would have better building blocks to portray what's in my head visually.

    On a written front, I would, strangely, master the mechanics of poetry, or the language of Shakespeare. I feel it would help me with the aspects of storytelling in general.

  8. What was your first favourite? ::X-Down:: by rann-poisoncage :: X-Down:: by rann-poisoncage:iconrann-poisoncage:. Still such an awesome piece...and Rann's work just keeps getting better. Beautiful stuff.

  9. What type of art do you tend to favourite the most? Hmm...browsing through the ridiculous amount of favourites I have, I'm going to say striking portraits, both photographic and drawn.

  10. Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist? Oh...that's an unfair question. There are a ridiculously large number of deviants who have inspired me over the years, both before I joined and after. I can't play favourites here.

  11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be? Another hard question. I think I would like to meet Zombiesmile. I love her work and think she'd be a cool person to hang out with for a day. I'd also like to meet loish for similar reasons. They're also roughly the same age as me and I admire them greatly for being able to craft a career out of something they love doing.

  12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life? I remember, while scouring through DeviantArt on the public libraries well before I joined up (and, obviously, before I had a local connection), how enamoured I was by particular deviants and the art they were producing. I mean, they were my age! It really made me wish I could do it too. A few of these deviants were added to my watchlist as soon as I had an account and knew how, and it's awesome that they're still at it, having honed their respective crafts over the years.

    So how did they impact my life? By making me realise over the years that when it comes down to it, art feeds my soul, both in its creation and its admiration. No matter which other way I've tried to turn away and focus on other things I've always come back to it. It's a powerful force that really shouldn't be messed with!

    (Thank you, jasinski, KassandraLeigh, SrtaAiko, loish, zemotion, Zindy, celesse and koyamori, amongst others, for helping to create such an impact)

  13. What are your preferred tools to create art? Visually I use acrylics and pens, though pencils are beginning to make a comeback for me. For written works I am very much a paper and pen girl. Traditional all the way! (though I do intend to learn how to draw/paint digitally)

  14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art? Somewhere I can put on my headphones and get lost in my thoughts while listening to some killer music. I don't have a specific place for this (I do a lot of my original work at home). That said, writing in a cafe with a hot chocolate/pot of Earl Grey tea and scones with jam and cream never goes wrong with me.

  15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory? Probably being part of a little group called Haiku Tuesdays. It was the first time I was part of a group on DA, and it actually stretched me artistically due to my having to think of a new haiku consistently. I enjoyed the camaraderie, and while most of the core group have drifted away from the deviantsphere there are one or two who I still keep in contact with. It is always good to see what new work they have to offer - not to mention they're good people in general. :meow:


And that's it! So how about you...what's your story? I'd love to know.

Things in my little bubble of reality continue to be busy, but the dust caused by so many changes and a constant movement has settled somewhat. It's good actually being able to breathe and take some actual time to think.

How are you all? I hope you are well! Take care!

:dalove:

(Hmm...considering I have mentioned my writing quite a bit in this questionnaire, maybe I should actually post some more writing at some stage? *scratches head*)

  • Mood: Sentimental
  • Listening to: Placebo - Meds
  • Reading: Joe Abercrombie - Red Country
  • Watching: Kill La Kill/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Playing: Wii Fit Plus
  • Eating: Cashew Soy Mix
  • Drinking: Earl Grey

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Activity


You know what's cool? Being able to see your watch list's collections. I have stumbled upon some very cool art as a result of their various good tastes. ^_^
Seeing that I've been too busy/rather slack on the journal front (well, being amongst the deviantsphere in general, really), I may as well give this questionnaire a go.

  1. How long have you been on DeviantArt? About six years (joined June 2009)

  2. What does your username mean? It is derived from a Devin Townsend song that I just couldn't get out of my head at the time. Seemed to be a good fit.

  3. Describe yourself in three words. Easily distracted. Nerd.

  4. Are you left or right handed? Right (with left-handed tendencies)

  5. What was your first deviation? Oh boy... IDv1.0 by noisybubbles

  6. What is your favourite type of art to create? The type that (somewhat) accurately portrays the image, the world, that resides in my head. The format doesn't matter.

  7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be? Honestly? Rather than mastering a different style, I'd rather master the foundations of drawing in general. Then I would have better building blocks to portray what's in my head visually.

    On a written front, I would, strangely, master the mechanics of poetry, or the language of Shakespeare. I feel it would help me with the aspects of storytelling in general.

  8. What was your first favourite? ::X-Down:: by rann-poisoncage :: X-Down:: by rann-poisoncage:iconrann-poisoncage:. Still such an awesome piece...and Rann's work just keeps getting better. Beautiful stuff.

  9. What type of art do you tend to favourite the most? Hmm...browsing through the ridiculous amount of favourites I have, I'm going to say striking portraits, both photographic and drawn.

  10. Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist? Oh...that's an unfair question. There are a ridiculously large number of deviants who have inspired me over the years, both before I joined and after. I can't play favourites here.

  11. If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be? Another hard question. I think I would like to meet Zombiesmile. I love her work and think she'd be a cool person to hang out with for a day. I'd also like to meet loish for similar reasons. They're also roughly the same age as me and I admire them greatly for being able to craft a career out of something they love doing.

  12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life? I remember, while scouring through DeviantArt on the public libraries well before I joined up (and, obviously, before I had a local connection), how enamoured I was by particular deviants and the art they were producing. I mean, they were my age! It really made me wish I could do it too. A few of these deviants were added to my watchlist as soon as I had an account and knew how, and it's awesome that they're still at it, having honed their respective crafts over the years.

    So how did they impact my life? By making me realise over the years that when it comes down to it, art feeds my soul, both in its creation and its admiration. No matter which other way I've tried to turn away and focus on other things I've always come back to it. It's a powerful force that really shouldn't be messed with!

    (Thank you, jasinski, KassandraLeigh, SrtaAiko, loish, zemotion, Zindy, celesse and koyamori, amongst others, for helping to create such an impact)

  13. What are your preferred tools to create art? Visually I use acrylics and pens, though pencils are beginning to make a comeback for me. For written works I am very much a paper and pen girl. Traditional all the way! (though I do intend to learn how to draw/paint digitally)

  14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art? Somewhere I can put on my headphones and get lost in my thoughts while listening to some killer music. I don't have a specific place for this (I do a lot of my original work at home). That said, writing in a cafe with a hot chocolate/pot of Earl Grey tea and scones with jam and cream never goes wrong with me.

  15. What is your favourite DeviantArt memory? Probably being part of a little group called Haiku Tuesdays. It was the first time I was part of a group on DA, and it actually stretched me artistically due to my having to think of a new haiku consistently. I enjoyed the camaraderie, and while most of the core group have drifted away from the deviantsphere there are one or two who I still keep in contact with. It is always good to see what new work they have to offer - not to mention they're good people in general. :meow:


And that's it! So how about you...what's your story? I'd love to know.

Things in my little bubble of reality continue to be busy, but the dust caused by so many changes and a constant movement has settled somewhat. It's good actually being able to breathe and take some actual time to think.

How are you all? I hope you are well! Take care!

:dalove:

(Hmm...considering I have mentioned my writing quite a bit in this questionnaire, maybe I should actually post some more writing at some stage? *scratches head*)

  • Mood: Sentimental
  • Listening to: Placebo - Meds
  • Reading: Joe Abercrombie - Red Country
  • Watching: Kill La Kill/Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
  • Playing: Wii Fit Plus
  • Eating: Cashew Soy Mix
  • Drinking: Earl Grey
Keep Smiling! by noisybubbles
Keep Smiling!
So last night I sat down with my sketchbook, thinking about what I should do for my daily drawing. I was browsing through 13-Melissa-Salvatore's gallery...seriously, if you are looking for high quality stock, you should check her stuff out because she has many amazing pieces...when I came across her shoot as Harley Quinn with the Joker. Something struck me...I looked at the date, and its significance hit me like a hammer. It's been two years since a very cool person passed away all too soon, and it was only fitting that the Joker be my subject. I was going to draw Harley too, but in the end I thought him on his own worked better.

I really liked how the design turned out in this...I might go back to it, turn it into a full blown illustration. But for now I offer it as a little tribute to somebody whose spirit I really admired, and who was smiling and good to everybody right to the end.

Here's to you, mate.

Reference: Harley Quinn and Joker by 13-Melissa-Salvatore:icon13-melissa-salvatore: fav.me/d8r3a2h
Tools of the Trade: various pens, paint marker for the background
Duration: an hour perhaps, maybe two?
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:iconekinwinchester:
ekinwinchester Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2015
check out my gallery and watch back please :D (Big Grin) +fav deviantART Heart 
love ur acc 
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noisybubbles Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2015
Cheers for the watch - much appreciated. I checked out your gallery, and while celebrity collages aren't really my thing it's cool to see how hard you worked on them.

Take it easy! Keep working hard on your art! :D
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seika Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014   Artist
thanks for the llama :3 :iconllama-plz:
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:iconnoisybubbles:
noisybubbles Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014
Not a problem :D
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HugQueen Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014   Writer
:hug: Thank you for the favorite. <3
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