How long have you been on DeviantArt?
-I have been on DA for 11 years! I joined March 13, 2004, which was a Saturday
What does your username mean?
-It's the long version of the name I go by, which is now Mad Ange.
Describe yourself in three words.
-Friendly, creative, odd.
Are you left or right handed?
What was your first deviation?
-The pirate flag I designed for myself:
What is your favourite type of art to create?
-Digitally coloured traditional art. I love drawing the line art on paper and inking it (partially because I don't have a tablet), but I'm not so great at colouring, except basic painting. So I like to scan stuff in, clean it up digitally, then colour it in Photoshop.
If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
-Life drawing. I love drawing people, but it takes forever, and I can't draw realistically at all!
What was your first favourite?
-I'm not sure, as the art has been taken down, but it was something by Trissa.
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
-I'm not quite sure. Sometimes it's fan art, sometimes paintings, sometimes pictures; it all depends on what I find that appeals to me!
Who is your all-time favourite deviant artist?
-That is a hard one, but I will say Trissa, Katie Cook, and Tracy Butler.
If you could meet anyone on DeviantArt in person, who would it be?
-I've met Katie Cook and Tracy Butler, so I've met two of the people I wanted to from here! But there are too many more to list.
How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
-All of them have by sharing their art, their poses, their passion, and their creativity. I have learned much from fellow Deviants!
What are your preferred tools to create art?
-Pen and paper, and Photoshop (old PS - I'm using 6.0!).
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
-I got an amazing drawing at a convention once, after an elaborate series of trades. One day, years later, I found the piece on here, and I commented that I had the original. The artist was so excited to know what had become of it, and it was a really cool moment of shared passion. The art in question, btw: