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Ahoy everyone! The names DeadPhoenX, aka DPX. I've been drawing for as long as I could remember. Before going online with my artwork, I used to draw mostly for myself, sometimes showing it off to friends, family, and other classmates. I drew things traditionally, using good ol' paper and pencil, as well as using Prismacolor and Crayola colored pencils.

Around 2006, I finally started showing my artwork online, starting from a fansite, and eventually onto DeviantArt. I switched from doing Traditional Art to Digital Art, still using an old Windows '98 and the program Picture Publisher 7. I did experiment with MS Paint, but obviously felt much better using PP7.

Around 2009, I would finally switch programs, moving on to GIMP 2.6. This was brought on when my Windows '98 outright died thanks to a mishap with a peripheral. It was here though that I would really start to improve in doing digital art after stalling somewhat with PP7. I used a combination of a mouse and my laptop's touchpad, using the mouse to click and my finger on the touchpad to move the cursor. This is also when I would release the BladeLadies.

Around 2010, I finally got my first graphic tablet, a Wacom Intuos4. This is when my speed of doing pics, as well as the general style of artwork, improved exponentially. However my time doing artwork was cut drastically as college really ate up my time.

2011 I opened up a gaming blog you might've heard of called The Wired Fish. I devoted a lot of my time to not only the graphic design part of the site, but writing articles on there as well. I still write there from time to time, though mainly focussing on my Retro Weekends segment.

I returned to making artwork in late 2014, kicking off my return with Bladeladies 2nd. I also opened a new art account on Pixiv, expanding my potential audience to include Japan as well. My activity there was more active than on DeviantArt. I also started taking on requests again, experimenting with doing scenic backgrounds for anything I drew. 2015 more or less continued the trend. This year also brought variant pics, which were in part inspired by artist Sakimichan (as well as other Japanese artists that I followed on Pixiv).

And now this year, 2016, several new milestones. For one, I switched programs once again, using Clip Studio Paint for all future artwork (while sticking to GIMP for graphic design). Second, I opened up Online Commissions for the very first time (before it was only open to people I knew personally). And finally, this gallery! I finally opened my own gallery where I would abide by my own rules (for the most part). This will be my new primary home for artwork I do.

So if you wanna see any new artwork posted, give this place a bookmark. I'm also on Twitter, Pixiv, and DeviantArt.

About Re-Uploading My Artwork To Other Sites

Simply put, if I uploaded it publicly for anyone to view (like on my DeviantArt, Pixiv, or here on The Gallery), then you can post them on your site too. All I ask is:

1) Link back to either my DeviantArt, Pixiv, or Personal Gallery if you can.
2) Keep any watermarks I use intact and unobscured.
3) Link me to your site too! If I like your site enough, I might even plug it on the next uploaded pic!


Latest Artwork Posted
Happy Valentine's Giving Day! Feb 14, 2018
I Am Earth-Chan [E.V.O. Search for Eden Crossover] Feb 12, 2018
Thanks To Everyone For 2017! [Chibi Gifts] Jan 22, 2018
Happy Holidays From Chelsí and Belinda! Jan 22, 2018
Your Friend in Japan! [J-List My Style Contest Entry] Dec 20, 2017
Thanksgiving/Christmas 2017 Platter Dec 13, 2017
My Patreon Campaign ~ A Formal Introduction and FAQ Dec 04, 2017
Ready To Protect! [Gotta Protectors - Amazon] Nov 20, 2017
[Commission] Emilia Hermit Nov 16, 2017
[Art Trade] How's My Outfit? Nov 14, 2017
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