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Let It Go (Vietnamese)

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Digimon Frontier

+Digimon Frontier+ by BlackgatomonI Support: Koukou Stamp by TheSilverAkita+Kouji Minamoto Stamp+ by BlackgatomonFairymon Stamp by SpadaStampsTakumi Stamp by SpadaStampsLowemon Stamp by SpadaStampsAngry Izumi Stamp by fireangel6Takumi Stamp 3 by fireangel6Stamp - Kouji by ashfluraStamp - Kouichi by ashfluraKouKou Stamp by NowellsStamps

The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra
Aang Stamp by avatar-01 by avatar-fanI love Katara Stamp by patronustripZuko by SpazzlySokka by ovstampsThe Blind Bandit-Toph Stamp by MexicanSushiAvatar: The Legend of Aang-Korra Intro-Stamp by MexicanSushiAvatar: The Legend of Korra Opening Stamp by MexicanSushiAang Stamp by LithestepLegend Of Korra: Avatar state by DbzbabeDeal With It by ShinyCationLegend of Korra Stamp by moonprincessluna

Kingdom Hearts
Kingdom Hearts II Stamp by andrisscaRokuShi DDD stamp by CLFFSora Stamp by CLFFRiku stamp by SitarPlayerIXKairi Stamp by CLFFOrganization XIII Stamp by SweetDukekingdom hearts stamp 2 by kaitasticSecret Cave Drawings Evolution Stamp by HeartlessKairiStamp: Young Sora and Riku by troisnyxetienne

Code Lyoko
Code Lyoko Stamp by WildSpiritWolfPulsations Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingEnergy Field Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingAelita Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingYumi Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingUlrich Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingAn Odd Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingJeremie Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeingWilliam Support Stamp by BelievingIsSeeing

W.I.T.C.H 5 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 28 by princess-femi-stampsWill Wandom stamp 1 by TkaczkaIrma Lair stamp by TkaczkaTaranne Cook stamp by TkaczkaCornelia Hale Stamp by TkaczkaW.I.T.C.H 24 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 38 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 8 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 27 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 9 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 34 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 12 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 26 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 4 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 37 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 6 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 25 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 36 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 10 by princess-femi-stampsW.I.T.C.H 7 by princess-femi-stamps

Winx Club

Bloom Stamp by kaorinyaplzR: Layla Stamp by kaorinyaplzR: Stella Stamp by kaorinyaplzMusa Stamp by kaorinyaplzR: Flora Stamp by kaorinyaplzR: Tecna Stamp by kaorinyaplzRoxy Stamp by kaorinyaplzDaphne Fan Stamp 4 by kaorinyaplz

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic
MLP FIM Stamp. by Pinky1babeFriendship IS Magic by MistrallaMLP: Twilight Sparkle by JanbearpigMLP: AppleJack stamp by JanbearpigMLP: Pinkie Pie stamp by JanbearpigMLP: Rainbow Dash stamp by JanbearpigMLP: Rarity stamp by JanbearpigMLP: Fluttershy stamp by JanbearpigPrincess Celestia Stamp by jewlechoPrincess Luna Stamp by jewlechoPrincess Cadance Stamp by jewlecho

Monster High
MH - Frankie Stein by EllisStampcollectionMH - Holt Hyde by EllisStampcollectionMH - Jackson Jekyll by EllisStampcollectionMH - Draculaura by EllisStampcollectionMH - Clawd Wolf by EllisStampcollectionMH - Clawdeen Wolf by EllisStampcollectionMH - Lagoona Blue by EllisStampcollectionMH - Gillington 'Gil' Webber by EllisStampcollectionMH - Ghoulia Yelps by EllisStampcollectionMH - Slow-Moe by EllisStampcollectionMH - Cleo de Nile by EllisStampcollectionMH - Deuce Gorgon by EllisStampcollectionMH - Heath Burns by EllisStampcollectionMH - Abbey Bominable by EllisStampcollectionMH - Toralei Stripe by EllisStampcollectionMH - Meowlody and Purrsephone by EllisStampcollectionMH - Nefera de Nile by EllisStampcollectionMH - Spectra Vondergeist by EllisStampcollectionMH - Venus McFlytrap by EllisStampcollectionMH - Robecca Steam by EllisStampcollectionMH - Rochelle Goyle by EllisStampcollectionMH - Operetta by EllisStampcollectionMH - C.A. Cupid by EllisStampcollectionMH - Howleen Wolf by EllisStampcollectionMH - Skelita Calaveras by EllisStampcollectionMH - Jinafire Long by EllisStampcollectionMH - Catrine DeMew by EllisStampcollectionMH - Twyla by EllisStampcollectionMH - Gigi Grant by EllisStampcollectionMH - Catty Noir by EllisStampcollectionMH - Sarah Screams by EllisStampcollectionElissabat by EllisStampcollectionMH - Honey Swamp by EllisStampcollectionMH - Clawdia Wolf by EllisStampcollectionMH - Viperine Gorgon by EllisStampcollectionMH - Jane Boolittle by EllisStampcollectionMH - InvisiBilly by EllisStampcollectionMH - Sarah Screams by EllisStampcollectionMH - Hoodude Voodoo by EllisStampcollectionMH - Neighthan Rot by EllisStampcollectionMH - Avea Trotter by EllisStampcollectionMH - Bonita Femur by EllisStampcollectionMH - Sirena Von Boo by EllisStampcollectionMH - Iris Clops by EllisStampcollectionMH - Castra Fierce by EllisStampcollection

Ever After High
Ever After High Stamp by kaorinyaplzRoyals Fan by kaorinyaplzRebels Fan by kaorinyaplzEAH - Apple White by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Raven Queen by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Briar Beauty by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Madeline Hatter by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Ashlynn Ella by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Hunter Huntsman by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Blondie Lockes by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Cedar Wood by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Cerise Hood by EllisStampcollectionEAH - C.A. Cupid by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Dexter Charming by EllisStampcollectionEAH - Lizzie Hearts by EllisStampcollection


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Discovering W.I.T.C.H.

My Personal History of W.I.T.C.H.

In 2001 during the year of the first released issue of W.I.T.C.H., I was a 12 year old girl still in the sixth grade and drawing anime style characters, such as Sailor Moon, terribly (I am self-taught in free-hand drawing and I have never took a drawing class). I didn't know of its existence until I saw a commercial about a new animated series called W.I.T.C.H. on the Jetix channel. At the time I didn't pay much attention to it because I was into "Digimon" ( and still am!). A few months later when it was mid-way through the airing of the first season, I got bored enough to watch an episode. At first, I thought that it was interesting and okay, but I wasn't entire hooked yet. A few weeks later after watching my first W.I.T.C.H. episode on television, my family took me and my younger brother to the nearby bookstore. There, I saw the American (slightly censored) version of the original comic series. At first, I thought that it was one of those silly comic adaptation from the animated series and didn't realized that it was actually the other way around until I did some research. I sat there in the bookstore reading the very first 6 issues compacted into 3 books and immediately saw how much of big difference it is from the animated series. I started to watch more episodes of the series, including the ones that I missed and I started to do some more research on its history. By then, I was officially hooked. I fell in love with its unique ways of story-telling and artistic style and I felt that there was a certain charm to it that I have never felt before.

After waiting months on end for the American released, I got impatient and went online instead. To my luck, I was able to find a gold mine of comic scans online and began to read those instead. After years of reading WITCH, I also began to notice the difference as it transitioned itself from one saga to the next. I noticed the changes in the art styles, then the story-telling, then the entire thing which, I admittedly think, is now crap (the changes, not the entire WITCH universe). What was once a magical experience, I find WITCH now somewhat tasteless and a shell of its former glory. There were some issues that I still think was good, while others were so terrible and childish that it makes me preferred its rival, Winx Club, more than itself (Yes, it's that bad). I am now very disappointed that WITCH isn't as great as it used to be, and I find myself criticizing some of its new issues even more. Some people might ask me, "If you don't like it, then why bother continuing to read it?" My only answer is because I can't find myself to hate it entirely. W.I.T.C.H. has been around for a while and I fell in love with it as a teenager. Although I do find that it lost most of its magical touch, there are still some moments which I thought was wonderful enough for me to continue reading.

After ten years, W.I.T.C.H. has changed greatly, but personally, I still find that it still has that certain amount of charm that I just couldn't discard easily. W.I.T.C.H. comics has been a great inspiration to me in more ways than one, and to this day I am grateful to it. After drawing countless works, I finally made a small switch to WITCH art style. Although not best at first (as I'm still learning) I suddenly find myself drawing my own W.I.T.C.H. fanart calendar series, started my very first fan-comic side story of C.H.Y.K.N. (WITCH's predecessors), and now I'm slowly developing my new idea for a full blown WITCH fan-saga (called WITCH: Dreams of Lusteria)!


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Name: Galistar07water (or just galistar)
Role: Guardian of Arts
Age: 25
Race: Human
Gender: Female
Ethnicity: Vietnamese
Religion: Buddhist
Location: Southern California
Occupation: Assistant tutor/Tutor in English and history
Hobbies: Read, Write, Draw, and Study films
Favorite Films: The Godfather, Inception, Titanic, The Lord of the Ring films, Beauty and the Beast, and many more... :boogie:
Favorite Books: A lot, too much to list
What I hate: the Twilight series and M. Night Shyamalan's The Last Airbender :fork:
Favorite Comic series: Disney's W.i.t.c.h. duh! ;P

Current Residence: Southern California, United States of America
Favorite music artists Bruno Mars, Maroon 5, Adele, etc
Favorite genre of music: A lot of types, okay?
Favorite style of art: Too many to list
MP3 player of choice: Walkman (I don't like iPods)
Favorite cartoon character: I have too many to list
Personal Quote: If an artist's inspiration lacks uniqueness, then his work shall lack rareness.

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Big Hero 6 (2014)


When the Walt Disney Company acquired Marvel Entertainment back in 2009, I was extremely skeptical of the marriage as the ideas of sweet and lovable Disney characters didn't seemed to mixed well with all bad-guys kicking superheroes that existed in the Marvel comics. However, I'm glad to say that my skepticism has been proven wrong as many Marvel Studio's films have been released by Walt Disney Studio Motion Pictures these least few years. They've touched some familiar superheroes such as Captain America and Iron Man, as well as unfamiliar ones such as Guardians of the Galaxy. With the latter being such a big hit, it's time for Disney to continue that trend but through an animated medium. After the success of Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen, Disney decided to dig into their Marvel vault to find any unfamiliar and rusty comic series and see if they can turn it into pure gold. Sure enough, they found an obscure story called Big Hero 6 created by a group called Man of Action (the same people who created the Ben 10 animated series).

I understand that some audiences are turned off by the heroes' origins stories, but personally I enjoy them very much so long as they're done right. Mind you, some of Marvel's superhero sequels are better than the originals, but who doesn't love the beginner's story in Big Hero 6, especially when you have one heroine telling her friend, "Stop whining and woman up!!!"? She and her friends lived in a futuristic city that combines Tokyo and San Francisco together (San Fransokyo), however, the main protagonist of this film is a 14-year-old cocky robotic prodigy named Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter). (Did Man of Action came up with the name Hiro for their hero or did they got that same idea from the television series Heroes?) Already graduated from high school at the tender age of 13, Hiro like to spends most of his days participating in illegal robot fighting club by humiliating his opponents with his deceptively smaller and cuter robot.

His older brother, Tadashi (X-Men Origin: Wolverine's Daniel Henney) wants Hiro to go to college but Hiro thinks "nerd school" is lame and a waste of time. Yeah, I think people who invented the internet and Facebook said the same thing or something like that. That is, until his brother showed him his college's robotic labs and introduced him to his friends the nerd team which consisted of adrenaline biker Go-Go Tomago (Jamie Chung from Once Upon a Time); the neat-freak laser specialist Wasabi (Damon Wayans Jr.), who's oddly African-American in this film, but no one seemed to mind; chemistry-buff Honey Lemon (Genesis Rodrigez), who seemed to be the only person that pronounced Hiro's name correctly; and the comic geek and science-fiction fan Fred (Transformers: Age of Extinction's T.J. Miller), who turns out to be the son of a Stan Lee-liked millionaire. The Stan Lee cameo invoked the entire audience and I to laugh our heads off.

After seeing how cool and challenging his brother's university is, Hiro rushed home to invent something mind-blowing in order to get accepted. At the school's showcase, Hiro invented microbots that can join, move, and shape together with a cranial transmitter. This invention and power can practically turn you into kid-version of Magneto. Not soon after being admitted, a fiery explosion occurred and it tragically took the lives of Tadashi and Professor Callaghan (James Cromwell) who was going to be his teacher. Now lost and alone without his parents and older brother, Hiro recoils back into the loneliness of his bedroom above the cafe of his Aunt Cass (Maya Rudolph).

His older brother left behind his greatest and cutest invention, an inflatable health care robot named Baymax (Scott Adsit). I guess they were right because Baymax really does looked like a cross between the Michelin Man and the evil giant marshmallow monster from Ghostbusters. But Baymax is more than that because his plus-size and his big heart is what makes him so lovable! Anytime this robot is on screen, he does or say something that makes the audience love him even more. The way he gingerly moves around to avoid bumping into things to how he talks in slurs like a drunk when his battery is low is adorable. Even his failed attempt at a fluttering fist bump is an enjoyable running gag! Sadly for Olaf from Frozen, Baymax wins first place for being the most charming and funny and he tops Optimus Prime from Transformers: Age of Extinction for being the nicest and most noble robot of 2014. I truly believe that every adult and child would want their own Baymax: the children would want one for company and fun and the adult would want him for free personal medical care.

As lovable and sweet it is to watch Hiro interact with his new big-brother figure in Baymax, the film's plot becomes a little bit predictable when they and the four nerds stumbled upon the mysterious Kabuki-masked man who somehow stole Hiro's invention. Hiro believes he had something to do with the death of his brother and the professor. And so with their big brains combined, the five nerds and one robot came together to form their own makeshift Avengers team. None of these kids have superpowers, but when you have big brains, you can invent super heroes' suits and weapons that stimulates those abilities.

The plot may be blatantly predictable, but it makes up for it with its charming and lovable characters, beautiful animation, funny jokes, wonderful dialogues, and a meaningful message to kids about fighting the bad guys in a non-violent and pacifistic way. It's not about power but how you use your big brains to get the better hand. Last year, Disney is telling us a story about two sisters and the meaning of love and sacrifice. This year, they're telling us a story about two brothers and the meaning of justice and non-violence. Big Hero 6 is a fun, charming and absolutely lovable film with some of the most adorable characters. If Disney could make Guardians of the Galaxy and Big Hero 6 this great, think what would happen if they could find more hidden treasures such as W.i.t.c.h. But perhaps I'm thinking too much. All in all, Big Hero 6 is a wonderful film and I highly recommend that you watch it in theaters. Also, stay until the very end of the credit to see Fred's parentage (voiced by Stan Lee) and don't dawdle too long in the restroom or the concession stand, because you don't want to miss the short Feast film at the beginning. Feast is a disgustingly cute animated short and I would not be surprised if it and Big Hero 6 are both nominated for the Oscars next year.

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Red Lotus by Jonny5Alves

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The Heart (Contest) by Shricka
by Shricka

This fan art is a gorgeous piece that depicts the beautiful relationship between Will's heart and the Heart of Kandrakar. At the same t...

Hypnotic Will (Contest) by Shricka
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This piece of work, in my opinion, is a bundle of many things. For one, it is visually suspenseful, making one wonder how will the Keep...

their perfect moments by caroll-in

The lines and the coloring are bold and strong just like the couple in this picture. And while some of the details of the roof tiles in...

Let It Go


Who's your favorite Big Hero 6 character? 

18 deviants said :bulletorange: All of them!!!
8 deviants said :bulletyellow: Go Go Tomago
7 deviants said :bulletred: Baymax
4 deviants said :bulletpink: Honey Lemon
3 deviants said :bulletpurple: Hiro Hamada
1 deviant said :bulletgreen: Wasabi-no-Ginger
No deviants said :bulletblue: Fredzilla


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ClixWolf Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Big Hero 6 looks good~ :D

Thanks for that llama man~
Have fun with the point~ x3

ThexW-I-T-C-HxMaster Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, I donated 3500 points to get your group featured for the remainder of the contest to help boost membership, and I'll be doing Journals for it too help as well.
Galistar07water Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Thanks, but where did you donate it to?
ThexW-I-T-C-HxMaster Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Galistar07water Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I've never heard of this group. So you donated them points so that they can help advertise about our contest? ;p
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BettinaSuomi Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I haven't checked your art for a very long time. It was so nice to check your arts again. I am happy when I see them. Thank you. :)
Galistar07water Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Glad that you enjoy my drawings.
PrincessKatieForever Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
AuroraWinterFairy Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014
Oh my god, you like "Let it go" in Vietnamese version?
Galistar07water Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Yes, but the original English is still the best. ;p
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