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The 10th Deity style test - Update :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 43 16 Atlantis Character Creator preview :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 115 62 Yule in Arendelle preview :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 138 69 My laptop in a nutshell :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 79 44 Historical Elsa portrait :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 278 43 Historically accurate Disney - Belle :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 372 56 Historically accurate Disney - Rapunzel :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 316 48 Historically accurate Disney - Elsa :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 622 96 Modern pirate :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 52 35
Literature
What it's like to be friendless
You go to school or to work. Most likely no one notices your presence, or someone might say hi, but that's all they say before they go back to talking to their friends. You sit down alone, and prepare for another day where you will barely use your voice. Maybe someone will strike up a conversation with you, but most likely they won't. They have friends to talk to, after all, they don't need to talk to you. Most likely you'll go through the day without having to say a word.
Maybe you're the kind of person who doesn't mind being alone from time to time, but being alone 24/7 is a bit much even for you. Are you bitter? Perhaps you are, or perhaps you're just a bit sad. You don't necessarily resent people for not talking to you, after all you can't demand that someone notice you're there, but you still wish they did.
You hear your classmates or your work collegues talking about things they plan to do together. Parties you're not invited to, get-togethers you're not invited to, all sorts of
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Authentic Disney - Frozen preview :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 101 41 Puppy dog eyes :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 58 27 Let me tell you about hell and damnation :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 58 49 New ID :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 66 42 Celtic Spirits preview :iconniobesnuppa:Niobesnuppa 161 87
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i spent all my cash on a dog :icongutsies:gutsies 665 214 WIP Beauty n Beast :iconyagellonica:Yagellonica 4 5 Revelcindra :iconyagellonica:Yagellonica 5 5 Winter White :iconyagellonica:Yagellonica 23 14 Lacing Trials :iconyagellonica:Yagellonica 1 6 Not Quite Allowed :iconyagellonica:Yagellonica 17 11 Historically Accurate Gaston :iconwickfield:Wickfield 176 37 Historically Accurate Flynn Rider :iconwickfield:Wickfield 190 47 Historically Accurate Moana :iconwickfield:Wickfield 253 53 Historically Accurate Snow White :iconwickfield:Wickfield 167 25 Laittakka :icontrichardsen:Trichardsen 435 32 Happy Womens Day :icontoldart:TOLDart 69 2 artifact :iconvimark:vimark 246 34 Sentinel :icontrichardsen:Trichardsen 449 38 Viking chick (next dress up game) :iconazaleasdolls:AzaleasDolls 284 95 Key to the mountain :icontrichardsen:Trichardsen 670 40

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Nina
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Bla bla bla. I make dressup games, write stories, like to sing. Not much else to say, really.

I don't make fanart for other people. There are a few instances where I'll make fanart games that I want to make myself, mainly Disney stuff, but I don't take requests for fanart. In fact, I don't take requests at all. You can suggest ideas to me, but don't be too surprised if I say no.

Dressup game making and storywriting are both unpredictable and timeconsuming processes, so please don't ask me when my stories or games are done, chances are I don't know the answer. Glitches and writing blocks can show up at any time, and I don't want to disappoint people by giving a deadline that I won't be able to keep.

Let's establish some ground rules when it comes to my games.
1. You can post screenshots or draw the outfits you see in my games, as long as you credit me in the description of your deviation.
2. Regarding adoptables, you are allowed to make adoptables with my games, but you can't demand payment for them. You should not get paid for posting screenshots from games you didn't make, it's just straight-up scamming.
3. You can make characters with my games, but I think it would be best if you try to modify them a little bit, not necessarily to avoid essentially ripping me off, but rather because if you modify them, you make your character more unique rather than just something lazy and unoriginal you made in a dressup game.
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Watched this movie at the cinema earlier tonight, so I figured I would write a review of it.

As usual, bad points first, good points after.
Bad points:

1. You know, while Emma Watson is a good actress and she really does look like Belle, I gotta say she's not an impressive singer, and her entire performance in this movie sounded very autotuned. In fact, I would say her voice is pretty underdeveloped, and at times I can barely even hear her above the orchestra. In a production like Moulin Rouge or Fame this wouldn't be such an issue, but because this is a movie set in the 1700's and every song in this movie has a very noticable operatic flare to it, Emma Watson's meek voice really doesn't hold up. I'm sorry, but if you can't even sing with a vibrato, you don't belong in a Broadway-style musical.

2. The Broadway elements get just a bit too over-the-top at times, in my opinion. Something that looks great in an animated movie can easily look garish and tasteless in a live-action one, and I feel this is particularly the case with the Be Our Guest number, which has disco lights and impossible colours and belting out all those high notes all at once, and it's just a bit too much. Granted, this movie seems to be set in the 1770's in France, which was basically the place and time that had the most over-the-top fashions of all time, with frills, bows, pearls, glitter, enormous hairstyles and even bigger skirts, so I guess in a way these overblown musical numbers feel somewhat at home in this setting.

3. I don't understand why they went mostly historically accurate with everything except Belle's ballgown. Seriously, all the servants and party guests and whatnot, plus Belle's peasant dresses, are for the most part historically accurate, so why did they go with that sleeveless red carpet thing for Belle? Granted the skirt is still way too simple for the 1770's, but if they just gave her some rococo sleeves her ballgown would be perfectly acceptable for a 1770's ball, so I don't understand why they made it sleeveless.

4. This one is very nitpicky, but why is it that when everyone became static objects near the end when the Beast dies, that everyone looks like the object they were, except for Lumiere, who turns around and becomes a candelabra that looks completely different? That's such a weird artistic choice.


Good points:

1. Good acting. Gaston somehow manages to be semi-sympathetic despite his psychopathic actions, and I love the Beast's petulant and stubborn attitude, like he never wants to admit when he likes a book or when he's enjoying himself, he just wants to be a grump all the time. Also good chemistry between the two main leads, so that's a plus.

2. This movie is basically the exact same as the cartoon, only in live-action and with some minor changes, so watching this was a really nostalgic experience. Seeing these actors perform the musical numbers I grew up watching was a lot of fun.

3. I LOVE the aesthetics of this movie, it's absolutely beautiful to look at. There's Rococo carvings and little golden Versailles-style decorations everywhere. In every sceen, it I was kind of just distracted looking at all the beautiful costumes and all the beautiful decorations, it's really just gorgeous. Also props for actually mostly keeping the fashion historically accurate, unlike that Cinderella movie that came out a few years ago. The way the castle looks is really great, in my opinion, it really looks like a kind of dark and cursed version of Versailles, which I'm assuming is exactly what they were going for. The village also looks good, very nice and oldfashioned French look to it.

4. They did a number of minor fixes that really makes the movie make more sense. For one, Beast was now an adult or at least a teenager when he was cursed, which makes the Enchantress look a lot less petty. The fact that nobody in the village knows that there's a castle with royalty in the middle of the woods now also makes sense, because the movie explains that the curse made it so that nobody outside of the castle would remember it was even there. They've also toned down Beast's abusive behaviour a lot so the relationship between him and Belle seem more like genuine love than just Stockholm Syndrome. They also now explained what happened to Belle's mother, which the animated movie never even mentioned.
On top of that I also feel like mentioning that Gaston's attraction to Belle now also makes more sense, because the village girls look more frumpy with ridiculous outfits, and as he says "A real hunter doesn't waste his time chasing mere rabbits"; essentially he wants Belle not necessarily because she's hotter than everyone, but because he can't have her. Also the village girls' obsession with Gaston makes more sense now too as Luke Evans is a hell of a lot more handsome than his animated counterpart.

5. Also, kind of random, but it's refreshing to see a black opera singer, since most opera singers are white. I was going to say something about it being historically inaccurate to have a black woman with a prestigious job in the 1700's, but then I remembered that this is the French empire, not the British empire, and the French empire had very different ways of handling the African colonies. Specifically, if I remember correctly from history class, both were very oppressive, but the British empire saw black people as inferior to white people and let them continue with their cultures because they essentially "didn't have the potential" to become any "better", whereas the French empire saw black people as equal, but saw the African cultures as inferior and forced them to abandon their cultures in favour of French culture instead, so it actually does seem perfectly realistic to have a black opera singer at a French court in this time era.


All in all, it's a very solid movie. If you love the animated movie, or you love anything Rococo-related, you're gonna love this film. If I could give it a score of 1-6 where 1 is the worst and 6 is the best, I'd give it a solid 5.



Oh, and also I just have to mention this because it's hilarious. This movie got a 16 age limit in Russia due to the fact that LeFou is gay in this movie. Knowing that, I figured the film would actually explore his homosexuality or something, but no, the most explicitly gay thing in the entire movie is at the end where he happens to be dancing with a man. xD Yes, seeing a man dancing with another man is apparently so shocking and traumatising in Russia that anyone younger than 16 is banned from seeing it. You know, something that most kids wouldn't even be able to notice as gay in the first place.
Yeah, I'm really sorry about not finishing Yule in Arendelle yet, it seems kind of dumb that I haven't seeing as it was kind of my Christmas present to you (though I gotta be honest, this is not the first time I've made an extremely late Christmas present), but I have a question.
So, for a long time I've felt like Yule in Arendelle just feels kind of disjointed, and that it would feel more neat and orderly if I parted it into two games, one being just the dressup for Elsa, Anna and Kristoff, and the other being an Arendelle citizen creator. This is especially so since I plan to have different body types for the citizen creator part of the current game, and I'm not sure just how big this file will end up, plus if I make a seperate citizen creator I don't have to stick to the winter and Christmas theme, I can add other seasonal stuff too. What do you guys think?

POLL
Separate it:
Keep it together:

Edit: Well, clearly I didn't need to make a poll, because everyone agrees it should be separated, hahaha.
So, I'll finish Frozen Yule or Yule in Arendelle or whatever shortly, which will now only feature Elsa, Anna and Kristoff, and then I'll be working on finishing the Arendelle Citizen Maker after that.
Once upon a time, there was a magical kingdom called Norway. It was a place of eternal snow, and the food there was too damn expencive, so the peasants would often journey across the land to Sweden, to buy cheap bacon.
One night, Norway was visited by a majestic creature called Eurovision. Excited, the king ordered his men to put together a magical show and many beautiful songs for this wondrous creature. Eurovision said it would introduce Norway to all the other European countries, and whichever song Norway made that Eurovision liked the most would be chosen to represent Norway and its culture.
The Norwegian peasants worked together to make the songs, but one evening, the king was visited by a little bird from Sweden.
"Don't listen to Eurovision," the bird whispered. "It is decieving you."
"Whatever do you mean?" Said the king.
"It says it will pick the best song to represent you, but it actually wants the worst song, to humiliate you in front of all of Europe."
The king was shocked at this, and demanded proof from the little bird. And proof, the little bird provided. It pulled out an iPhone from nowhere, and showed the king a video. It was a video of a half-naked woman dressed in a glittering bathing suit, dancing with a man dressed like a turkey. Out of her mouth came the most horrid sound the king had ever heard. In broken English, the strangely dressed woman screeched "I'm gunna luv you, cuz you're mah numbah one!", the same phrase, over and over again, until the king could not take the sound anymore, and he slapped the phone out of the bird's wing.
"What is this?!" The king demanded.
"Sweden's Eurovision entry! Be careful!" The bird urged, before flying away, back to Sweden.
The king kept the bird's words in his mind, but he did not despair. After all, how could Eurovision humiliate his country if his country was the one that voted forth the correct song? The king severely underestimated Eurovision's deviousness and cunning.
When the day came for the song contest, Norway put forth 10 songs. 2 were beautiful, 5 were alright, and the rest were terrible. The odds were in Norway's favour to at least present a song that was alright and not outright terrible. However, when it came time to count the votes, Eurovision interrupted.
"Hang on," it said. "This year, I also vote."
"What?" The king said in surprise. "But you're not even Norwegian."
"New rules, milord," Eurovision said. "My votes count for half of the total votes."
The king was at a loss for words. In the end, he decided that since this was Eurovision's song contest, Eurovision was probably right, it should have a say in who won.
The peasant's votes and Eurovision's votes had narrowed the competition down to one beautiful song, and three terrible ones. This worried the king, but he said nothing.
"Let us hear the songs one more time," the king said, and everyone cheered.
The first to step onto the stage performed the most enchanting, beautiful melody, her long dress fluttering in the wind, as she sung of compassion, suffering, and love. Surely, the king thought, this was the clear winner.
The second to step onto the stage was a man dressed in a neon green mankini. He sung about pizzas and bouncing breasts, only occasionally hitting the right notes.
The third to step onto the stage was a man and a woman, singing a plain dubstep song about partying, the same sentence being repeated over and over throughout the entire song. "Come and party with me, baby"
The fourth song consisted of a middle-aged white man rapping about "slaying bitches" and making lewd hand gestures against his leatherbound crotch.
The winner was clear and obvious to the king. Surely the only good song ought to win. He looked towards Eurovision, but the creature smiled deviously towards him.
The peasants put their votes forth. The first song, the only good song, had gotten the most votes, but Eurovision had not cast its vote yet.
Eurovision stood up, and scoured the many votes. There was one song that could win with Eurovision's vote, its vote would decide it all.
Eurovision cleared its throat, before declaring loudly:
"I declare the winner of Norway's Eurovision Song Contest to be Bouncing Pizza Breasts!"




Yeah, I'm a bit salty. I liked four songs in Norway's finals this year, two of them got to the golden finals along with two songs I thought were utter shit, and of course one of the utter shit songs won, because this is Eurovision and we can't have any goddamn quality in this contest. Also apparently the Norwegian jury decided that we're gonna have a European jury to help decide the Norwegian winner, and their votes count for half of the total votes, which means the freaking non-Norwegian votes have more impact than the actual Norwegian ones, which I think is complete bullshit. And lo and behold, the European jury had completely different taste from Norwegian voters, and the only European jury voters with any sort of taste similar to us Norwegians were the UK and Finland. Fucks sake. We could've had Sámi music or some classic 80's style rock, but no, Europe decided that poor man's Beyonce and techno-dance is the way to go. Ugh...
The 10th Deity style test - Update
Yeah, I realise how slow this is going. It's been ages since I uploaded anything relating to The 10th Deity, both due to school, dressup games, a Skyrim mod project, my novel, and generally just getting impatient with how slow the comic drawing process is going.

So, in a last ditch effort to try and finish this comic before I die of old age, I'm revamping the style to something simpler and easier to draw. It's up to you which one of these styles I should use.

Edit: So I've decided to go with the edgy style. However, someone mentioned using the rough style for the background, so I tried it out to see how it looks. What do you guys think?
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Just got back from the cinema where I watched Vaiana (known as Moana outside of Europe) in English, so I figured I would write a review of it.

SPOILERS BELOW

As usual, bad points first, good points after.
Bad points:

1. The pig was completely unnecessary. I mean, it's barely even in the movie, why even bother including it? It's the chicken that's the real animal sidekick, the pig is just there at the start of the movie.

2. The thing with the ocean choosing Vaiana makes a few plot holes, namely why the ocean didn't help her at crucial times, and personally I think it might be a bit overpowered.

3. Maui's ability to wield the hook again came kind of abruptly. He just needed a good heart-to-heart, and he was fine? I dunno, it's not a major bad points, just something that kind of bothered me.

4. Some of the background people just look too... similar to each other, honestly. They all have kind of the same wide-jawed robust-bodied appearance, which is an okay appearance, but it would be nice to see a bit more variety in the faces and body types, because as it is the majority of them look like they could be siblings, in my opinion.

Good points:

1. Decent music. While I don't remember most of the songs, I've still got How Far I'll Go stuck in my head, and I know I quite liked the whole sea voyaging song thing too. Some of the songs were a bit meh, but the main ones were good, in my opinion.

2. Very nice visuals. The animation in this movie is really beautiful at times, and the lighting is also always stunning. I love the whole Polynesian aesthetic this movie has, with all the jagged, repeating patterns and tiki-looking masks and coconut pirates and all that stuff. The boats are also really beautiful to look at, and they have a nice ancient and epic feel to them.

3. I like the story. I personally think this movie handled the whole girl power thing a lot better than Brave did, Brave was too heavy-handed about it. Vaiana is a badass without having to say so. This movie didn't even mention the fact that Vaiana is female, there was no mention of marriage or romance, the only thing that hindered her from leaving the island was that her parents were worried about her safety, and rightfully so, as the ocean is a dangerous place. Vaiana wasn't the archtypical rebellious princess; she rebelled, yes, but she didn't do it for the sake of being rebellious, she did it because her island was dying and she had to leave to save everyone. She didn't even really protest against her responsebility as the next chief, she did her duties and tried to do what her parents wanted, and she wasn't bad at it either.
It was really refreshing to see a movie without romance, those ones are kind of rare to see, especially from a Disney princess movie. I really like that this is not a story about romance or being a rebellious teen, but rather a big adventure.
I also really like her relationship with her grandmother, and the fact that after Maui abandoned her, instead of giving up completely, she decided to do it all herself and safe the world on her own instead. I also like the revelation that Te Ka was Te Fiti all along, and had just been corrupted by the loss of her heart, it was a nice touch to see that the big bad monster wasn't just evil after all.

4. I really like the character designs. Vaiana's outfit is beautiful yet practical, and Maui's animated tattoos are awesome.

5. It's nice to see a Disney princess with both parents alive and well throughout the entire movie. I know the whole "dead parents" or "dead mum" thing are a bit more typical of the older Disney films and has been subverted in many of the new ones, but it's still nice to see. Also nice to see Vaiana teaching her parents and her entire village how to sail at the end of the movie.

6. Also feel I need to mention the Kakamora, the coconut pirates. I loved that scene. It came out of nowhere and had no impact on the plot, but the Kakamora and their ships had such a fun design that I don't mind. They somehow managed to make them cute and funny while at the same time legitimately threatening.

All in all, it's a good movie, and I liked it. If I could give it a score of 1-6 where 1 is lowest and 6 is highest, I'd give it a 5.





However, I do feel like mentioning that this is the first Disney-Pixar film I've seen where I didn't like the short film before the movie. Did anyone else find it dumb and clichéd? Most of all I just hated how all the characters looked like something Despicable Me might've barfed up.
Watched this movie at the cinema earlier tonight, so I figured I would write a review of it.

As usual, bad points first, good points after.
Bad points:

1. You know, while Emma Watson is a good actress and she really does look like Belle, I gotta say she's not an impressive singer, and her entire performance in this movie sounded very autotuned. In fact, I would say her voice is pretty underdeveloped, and at times I can barely even hear her above the orchestra. In a production like Moulin Rouge or Fame this wouldn't be such an issue, but because this is a movie set in the 1700's and every song in this movie has a very noticable operatic flare to it, Emma Watson's meek voice really doesn't hold up. I'm sorry, but if you can't even sing with a vibrato, you don't belong in a Broadway-style musical.

2. The Broadway elements get just a bit too over-the-top at times, in my opinion. Something that looks great in an animated movie can easily look garish and tasteless in a live-action one, and I feel this is particularly the case with the Be Our Guest number, which has disco lights and impossible colours and belting out all those high notes all at once, and it's just a bit too much. Granted, this movie seems to be set in the 1770's in France, which was basically the place and time that had the most over-the-top fashions of all time, with frills, bows, pearls, glitter, enormous hairstyles and even bigger skirts, so I guess in a way these overblown musical numbers feel somewhat at home in this setting.

3. I don't understand why they went mostly historically accurate with everything except Belle's ballgown. Seriously, all the servants and party guests and whatnot, plus Belle's peasant dresses, are for the most part historically accurate, so why did they go with that sleeveless red carpet thing for Belle? Granted the skirt is still way too simple for the 1770's, but if they just gave her some rococo sleeves her ballgown would be perfectly acceptable for a 1770's ball, so I don't understand why they made it sleeveless.

4. This one is very nitpicky, but why is it that when everyone became static objects near the end when the Beast dies, that everyone looks like the object they were, except for Lumiere, who turns around and becomes a candelabra that looks completely different? That's such a weird artistic choice.


Good points:

1. Good acting. Gaston somehow manages to be semi-sympathetic despite his psychopathic actions, and I love the Beast's petulant and stubborn attitude, like he never wants to admit when he likes a book or when he's enjoying himself, he just wants to be a grump all the time. Also good chemistry between the two main leads, so that's a plus.

2. This movie is basically the exact same as the cartoon, only in live-action and with some minor changes, so watching this was a really nostalgic experience. Seeing these actors perform the musical numbers I grew up watching was a lot of fun.

3. I LOVE the aesthetics of this movie, it's absolutely beautiful to look at. There's Rococo carvings and little golden Versailles-style decorations everywhere. In every sceen, it I was kind of just distracted looking at all the beautiful costumes and all the beautiful decorations, it's really just gorgeous. Also props for actually mostly keeping the fashion historically accurate, unlike that Cinderella movie that came out a few years ago. The way the castle looks is really great, in my opinion, it really looks like a kind of dark and cursed version of Versailles, which I'm assuming is exactly what they were going for. The village also looks good, very nice and oldfashioned French look to it.

4. They did a number of minor fixes that really makes the movie make more sense. For one, Beast was now an adult or at least a teenager when he was cursed, which makes the Enchantress look a lot less petty. The fact that nobody in the village knows that there's a castle with royalty in the middle of the woods now also makes sense, because the movie explains that the curse made it so that nobody outside of the castle would remember it was even there. They've also toned down Beast's abusive behaviour a lot so the relationship between him and Belle seem more like genuine love than just Stockholm Syndrome. They also now explained what happened to Belle's mother, which the animated movie never even mentioned.
On top of that I also feel like mentioning that Gaston's attraction to Belle now also makes more sense, because the village girls look more frumpy with ridiculous outfits, and as he says "A real hunter doesn't waste his time chasing mere rabbits"; essentially he wants Belle not necessarily because she's hotter than everyone, but because he can't have her. Also the village girls' obsession with Gaston makes more sense now too as Luke Evans is a hell of a lot more handsome than his animated counterpart.

5. Also, kind of random, but it's refreshing to see a black opera singer, since most opera singers are white. I was going to say something about it being historically inaccurate to have a black woman with a prestigious job in the 1700's, but then I remembered that this is the French empire, not the British empire, and the French empire had very different ways of handling the African colonies. Specifically, if I remember correctly from history class, both were very oppressive, but the British empire saw black people as inferior to white people and let them continue with their cultures because they essentially "didn't have the potential" to become any "better", whereas the French empire saw black people as equal, but saw the African cultures as inferior and forced them to abandon their cultures in favour of French culture instead, so it actually does seem perfectly realistic to have a black opera singer at a French court in this time era.


All in all, it's a very solid movie. If you love the animated movie, or you love anything Rococo-related, you're gonna love this film. If I could give it a score of 1-6 where 1 is the worst and 6 is the best, I'd give it a solid 5.



Oh, and also I just have to mention this because it's hilarious. This movie got a 16 age limit in Russia due to the fact that LeFou is gay in this movie. Knowing that, I figured the film would actually explore his homosexuality or something, but no, the most explicitly gay thing in the entire movie is at the end where he happens to be dancing with a man. xD Yes, seeing a man dancing with another man is apparently so shocking and traumatising in Russia that anyone younger than 16 is banned from seeing it. You know, something that most kids wouldn't even be able to notice as gay in the first place.

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Lexpello Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
 I just came here to say how much I adore your style of making art, it's really unique!
You really made me in love with Swedish and Norwegian folklore. Whenever I think of some creature from it, I imagine it look like you make them.

I really adore you and your artworks.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2017
Thank you. :)
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murudeka Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2017
i love all your arts they are amazing. I have been subbed since i
saw all your arts btw.

Ayy... That's preety good !

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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2017
Thank you. :)
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Lulana13 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2017
YOU'VE BEEN HUGGED Frozen- Sister hug
Spread the DA love around! (you can copy and paste this message on their userpage!)
RULES:
1- You can hug the person who hugged you!
2- You -MUST- hug 10 other people, at least!
3- You should hug them in public! Paste it on their page!
4- Random hugs are perfectly okay! (and sweet)
5- You should most definitely get started hugging right away!
Send This To All Your Friends, And Me If I Am 1.
If You Get 7 Back You Are Loved!
1-3 you're bad friend
4-6 you're an ok friend
7-9 you're a good friend
10-& Up you're loved

dunno why im doing this lol

oh and I LOVE you games! a lot!
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HufflepuffHuldra Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You made me fall in love with Swedish folklore ;w; I'm in LOVE with Huldras and have a couple characters of them now.
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2017
Huldras are Norwegian, though, not Swedish.
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HufflepuffHuldra Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I know cx Your things have gotten me into both things is all
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chibialvin Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Out of curiosity, what's your opinion on Disney's Moana?
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Niobesnuppa Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2016
Moana won't be released in Norway until February, so I haven't actually seen it yet.
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