There's much you can learn about me if you take the time to get to know me. However, I will share this much with you:

I have a Deviantart account --> Moon-Scavenger
Feel free to watch, favorite, or comment anywhere on my profile or pictures, just be nice and no trolling.
I also enjoy tipping forum posts and replies that I like. I don't tip those that are rude and/or condescending to others. I also don't tip trolls.

~*Please no creepers or perverts!*~
~*I'm always updating my interests, so whatever is listed is not everything until I am 100% satisfied that it is*~

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~*My new dream avi. Feel free to help out with it if you want, or don't. Either is fine with me.

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Zodiacal 13th Gen. x4 (there are four there)
Lunar Sash
Head of Night
Gemini Twins
Stellar Birth
Secret Sparkles
The Sandman Dreams

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~*And another dream avi made by a wonderful someone for me. ^^ This one is also an option to help with or not.*~

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Ashen Marionette
Astra-3: Sweet Charming Blush
Black Strapless Bra
Black Neo-City Skirt
Black and White Patterned Headband
Silver Mystic Obsidian
Elegant Pearl Drop Choker
Skyfish Ribbons
Spirit Halo
A New Year
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Pharaoh Misa

Report | 02/10/2014 3:54 pm

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          Awesome. Oh, but hey, I'd like to invite you to this thread. Its a giveaway...in the millions! I've already won 5 million...you should come.
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Report | 01/23/2014 4:31 am

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Le gasp. You seriously need to watch it. You'll love Penny more than you already do (if you did). And you should watch it. Its funny as hell.
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Report | 01/22/2014 8:00 am

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Yes! Woot woot! Have you seen the first season yet? I'm just waiting for the next one because it is awesome. But while I'm waiting I got into red vs blue which is hilarious xD
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Report | 01/21/2014 6:48 am

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OMS, YES! I saw a link for the red trailer earlier last year during a roleplay adored it ever since! OMS, look at my profile. It was number two of my youtube playlist and its in my background of my "team fangirl" poster.
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Report | 01/20/2014 4:34 am

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Report | 07/15/2013 8:44 pm


I hope that worked out...

Anyways, all of those are just my personal opinions on my outlook with Facebook. Since you seem to have a similar view you can always use that against the others who beg you to stay on. However, this is all your choice. I'm not going to force you to leave it. I miss the days when someone would call my home phone and wish me a happy birthday. With technology anymore, we don't train our brains like we used to. Remembering phone numbers, birthdays, dates, time. I'm just as guilty when it comes to my memory loss. xp

Report | 07/15/2013 8:39 pm


Wow, I don't know about you but it feels absolutely amazing to have someone who can relate to me in what we have previously discussed. I'm glad to know you feel comfortable to talk to me about things. It's an honor. I can be quite shy myself but I tend to be too busy to really sit and have conversations face to face with someone other than co-workers and family. I feel so sorry that people teased you for being the way you are. I wasn't bullied due to loneliness or wanting to be alone, it was always about looks, clothing attire, and because of jealousy with my legacy being part of the marching band program and having confidence to stand up for myself. However, I was always hurt for what others said to me, who wouldn't? I just hid it so well. As for the fictional reading...yeah I happen to enjoy it...just not as much. I think I have to bee in a really depressing mood to read anything imaginative. It's strange. I'm strange.

oh, I had 5 points as to why I quit Facebook. It's sad that not all of what I had to say was on the profile. I'll go back to point number 2 and move from there.
---2.) I’m tired of the vague, dry, static statuses people post. You can post something and someone might not understand and take it and flip it upside down. There are too many miscommunications through Facebook (as well as other social networking sites) and all that could lead to (cyber) fights and rumors…THE DRAMA! I’d rather stay clear of all the above. Social networking and the internet in general are meant to be pretty serious, even more so now than before. Y’all may be rolling your eyes, but remember - you might be just as guilty.

3.) I feel as if Facebook has taken me away from actually meeting people and having a face-to-face conversation or gathering. I’m supposed to see my friends and hang out, not talk to them on my butt and make up excuses as why I don’t want to get out of the house or apartment. If I want help or seek advice, I’d go to my best friend. I’d call them and try to set up a time to see one another. Not post a complaint or problem I’m having for the world to see. Even though we all go through struggles in life - we don’t need to cry for attention in that way. Facebook is, but isn’t as personal as I’d like it to be. An email, letter in the mail, a phone call and even a text is more personal to me than Facebook in any way.

4.) Yes, in some ways I feel that Facebook has taken away my identity. You may have pictures of yourself up or be tagged in someone’s photos of you - no one knows who you really are though. Yeah, a picture may be worth a thousand words, but you’ll never know the true story behind the person is you don’t give them a chance to introduce their self and get an understanding of who they are.

5.) Yes, Facebook does have its benefits but I still feel that I need to mature a bit more. Facebook - you have kept me stuck in the mud. I feel as if I need to grow more before I get onto a social networking site like FB. Many people I knew on my Facebook laughed and questioned my maturity. They know I’m responsible enough and know my well, but they don’t know how I truly feel behind the brightly lit screen. My generation as well as a couple before me and those who are young - should know better. Most if not all should take another look as to what is posted and shared. There’s still time to grow - and I’m going to take that chance.

Report | 07/15/2013 5:04 pm


Some things are left to be personal.  However, I just have a fear of being alone.  I'd hate to be alone without figuring out that there's someone who might be going through similar scenarios.  That's why I'm typically on here because growing up I was always bullied and I didn't have much of anyone to really turn to.  Yeah, I would talk to my mom...but here's nothing she could really do.  She would just tell me that it'll be "okay" and to "ignore" etc.  She taught me that its up to me to do something about anything that is troubling me.  The idea that everyone who wants to change must change when THEY feel like it - others can guide you, not automatically change you.  So, personal stories of mine are floating around Gaia and Tumblr quite a bit.  I wish I had the imagination I had when I was a child.  I was quite creative and I feel that loosing my imagination has jeopardized my sense of artistic abilities.  I began to become more philosophical by the age of 12.  I remember teachers always complimenting me - however they did it behind my back.  They would call my mom or during parent/teacher conferences and say how "great" and mature I was for someone in middle school.  I started to observe the world and everything around me as much as possible.  I was always a quiet kid, I found out more about others and how they behaved and especially around me.  I then started to question myself at an early age, the whole, "who am I?" situation that generally begins for people during their last years of high school and onto college.  I'm boarder line positive that I know what I want to do, however, there's no job (that I know of) out there that is offered to what I wish to do.  Since I started the observational stage in my life, I never enjoyed reading nothing but (auto)biographies and ghost stories.  My teachers frowned upon it - especially when the class had to read a book together...I never read it because I was so uninterested.  Even to this day I still have the same reading pattern, but I have given it a shot to read fictional novels too...it just takes me a lot longer to read.

Wow, you're really fortunate with the compliments on DA. I never had anyone of high popularity compliment my work. I know what you mean about getting excited over something that to others is pointless, but as for someone who is passionate for this area - it can mean so much. As for Facebook; there are positives to the site, but I found more negatives. I miss talking to my family and close friends...but I was cyberbullied way too easily on there than on here. I also didn't like how people have forgotten about birthdays and such. For me, a birthday was always a big deal. I don't know if I was just forgotten or the fact that I'm getting older and no one really cares anymore. I actually wrote about my reasons for leaving facebook before I left and on my DA account (I saved all my journals on a document).
1.) I’ve had my share of mistakes on a social networking site - as do many of you reading, but I was tired of reading things that I disapprove of posted by my friends or “friends." Yeah, I could have deleted them one by one, but I still like my friends and they do have their right to post what they want. To save myself from ever receiving a, “I saw you deleted me from your Facebook, why?" - I just cleaned off all my photos, information, and some friends or “friends" before I completely logged off permanently.

2.) I’m tired of the vague, dry, static statuses people post. You can post something and someone might not understand and take it and flip it upside down. There are too many miscommunications through Facebook (as well as other social networking sites) and all that could lead to (cyber) fights and rumors…THE DRAMA! I’d rather stay clear of all the above. Social networking and the internet in general are meant to be pretty serious, even more so now than before. Y’all may be rolling your eyes, but remember - you might be just

Report | 07/14/2013 7:43 pm


Yeah, I find it rare to find someone else who can share a relationship so similar to mine. It's really fascinating. Wow, maybe he can write while you illustrate it? I'm not much of a conceptual writer. I lean on more of the journalist perspective. Like you, I'm not much of a reader at all. I just can't get into a book unless it involves it being a(n) (auto)biography or anything that has to deal with a history of ghost spottings/hauntings, for example the Haunted Ohio series written by Chris Woodyard. I've always gotten above average grades in English courses throughout middle and high school. I was told by a professor at the local university that I write college level. This was all when I was a freshman in high school. I took a lot of pride in my creative writing skills. However, my vocabulary and grammar was and still is a bit average. But, all in all, I'm not that talented as a writer. Just an average journalist. Don't worry to much about it. Being cautious is a good thing.

I've had one person notice me about one of my photography pieces, I completely forgot about those. I remember being so excited and on the edge of my seat. Now that I think of it, I was part of a group dedicated on the movie The Shawshank Redemption and the prison it was filmed in. I've taken many photos of that place and someone used them in their group. I believe that was the only group I was involved in. I can't believe I've forgotten such things like this. Oh well. I've heard of Tinnierme but I never got the chance to really check it out. I've gotten rid of Facebook. It's almost been a year now. I couldn't stand the people...not just my "friends" but the general population of Facebookers. I used to have an album dedicated to my evolution of traditional art. But I got rid of everything. I didn't want to "delete" my account knowing that the site doesn't really delete your account and someone could hack it when I'm off it. Do what you want to do. As for being more safe than sorry, I completely agree. Sometimes I'm too lazy to put anything on a photo because its just "too cool" not to post it right away. Then later I'll find time to edit it and add my name and date to it.

I honestly thought it looked like a piece of crap compared to the other pieces that my classmates created. I was in total shock when my art instructor called me over to his desk as he read the email about the owner wanting to buy my work. I still to this day remember how hard it was for me to walk in open studio and see so many talented people my age work on incredible pieces. Then looking down on my work I'm like, "why am I even here?" Oh, I have a hard time with patience when it comes to art. Oh my goodness, I have a vision and I want it done in a jiffy! But that doesn't ever happen.

I took French as an extra curricular all throughout elementary school, one semester of French in middle school, and two years in high school. I'm still not fluent in French, all I know are some objects, short introductions, and colors/numbers. But for some funny reason...I can read French better than I can speak it or that I can listening to it. I would sometimes have to help my boyfriend with his homework. It actually took him by surprise as well. I should of stuck with French but I figured Spanish will benefit me more when it comes to the criminal justice program/degree...and now my possible future in-laws. I'm glad I'm not alone in this language stuff. You're boyfriend seems pretty hilarious.

Report | 07/14/2013 6:40 pm


Words can't ever describe the relationship I have with my boyfriend. He's not just someone I have to talk to, he's defiantly more. I was just talking to my boyfriend a couple days back about how I can paint and draw nature/animals, which he can't but since I can't draw anime/manga or any type of figure, he can. I still have a lot to learn when painting. Wow, at least he'll share his work with you. It's a start. I'm sure he'll slowly work up the courage to share his work with other people. It just takes some thought, courage (of course), and a thick shell to prevent any harsh words that might be shot out. You didn't offend me at all! I must of been a bit too bold when talking about my experiences. I tend to be that way, I suppose. Nah, I generally don't get offended by much. I used to, but not so much anymore. Well...I tend to just keep it hidden for a while till I can somehow let it go and forget about it. Other times if I'm feeling up for it, I'll tell the person head strong why something they might of said offended me.

How long have you been on DA? I was on it for about 7 years. I enjoyed it when I was on because there were very, very talented artists (still are) but I get tired of looking at the same/similar 'popular' works on the front page. Seeing as my own never really got anywhere, I figured I'll try something else. As an artist, you must learn to keep moving on. You have to find more than one way to get your work or yourself out there. I've attempted to put forth some similar ideas together after looking into what was 'popular', but even then nothing changed for me. Sometimes I feel like I should create another account...but then again, I don't want to start another chapter there. I'd rather close that book and begin another. As for art theft, I was pretty scared myself. However, art thieves are still lurking in any website you post your work. I always try to watermark, date, write a short story about the photo or any complete piece or somehow prove to others that it's my work. I want it to be difficult for those who do steal.

You've been drawing close to as many years as my boyfriend. Remember practice makes permanent. I, know fully, that I don't really practice drawing as much as I should. I just have to be in a mood to draw. Like right now when I'm just kind of on the edge of being so sleepy I could pass out or sometimes when I'm really angry. I actually donated a piece to an owner of a local music store. He was willing to buy it but I told him he could just take it. I was actually shocked because it didn't take me long at all to work on it. Anyways, I wish I could have the patience to PAINT realism. That's another thing I need to work on as an artist. I don't ever see an end to improvements for there's always room for them. The ride is quite unexpected when it comes to improvements or not. I'm sure there's a lot to do when creating a manga - just like any story, conceptual poem, scripts, lyrics, movements, etc. I would just take it one step at a time.

Yeah, he is Puerto Rican but was born in Germany due to his father being a part of the US Army. He of course knows Spanish, English, and French. He knows little German and Italian and quite a bit of Japanese due to taking some college courses. I'm really jealous because I'm really horrible with languages. I'm taking Spanish courses for my Criminal Justice degree and I passed my first course with a C. I'm so bad, ha ha ha!