Germany x Reader: By the Book"________!" someone called loudly across the break room, causing you to wince at the harsh tone. What did I do this time? you wondered as you turned around to face the source of the outburst- a tall German man named Ludwig; a close friend of yours but not terribly forgiving when he noticed a mistake.Germany x Reader: By the Book by ~Cherimoya-chan
"Y-yes?" you replied timidly as he stalked over to you. He noticed the intimidated look on your face and instantly seemed taken aback, rearranging his stern features into an awkwardly forced grin.
"H-hallo ______, I didn't mean to startle you... erm, can I, ah, ask you something?"
Pinpoints of sweat were gleaming on his brow, and you watched h
Japan x Reader: Touch MeA/N: This isn't as kinky as it sounds, I swear! >.< There's a crap-ton of fluff, but no smut. Anyway, enjoy! ♥Japan x Reader: Touch Me by ~Cherimoya-chan
Everyone Here Is Aware Of Gakuen Hetalia DS Right?IT'S FREAKING AWESOME!!Everyone Here Is Aware Of Gakuen Hetalia DS Right? by #Kuro-talia
OK, so it's in Japanese, but STILL.
You don't even need a DS to play it if you get a DS emulator
Because I'm nice, I'll post some useful links for you~~
So, if you have no DS, here's the best DS emulator:
If the link doesn't work, just google DeSmuME~
Here is a link to the awesome Gakuen Hetalia DS game:
Using the emulator should be pretty self explanatory, but there are plenty of guides on the internet~
Alternatively, if you have something like an R4 card for your DS, you can just put it on there
Here is a demo for the game while you wait:
THIS IS THE BEST HETALIA SONG EVER - I LOVE THE ENGLISH LYRICS TO IT XD (in desc)
Any other questions, feel free
Frequently Asked QuestionsI get asked many questions and it can be hard for me to answer them all, so I have compiled a list of questions which I'm often asked in the hope it is of interest to some of youFrequently Asked Questions by *DestinyBlue
Where did you learn?
I've taught myself. My Secondary (High) School art teacher told me 'cartoon are not art' and so I had no interest in perusing 'art' classes any further. At about 13 I began to draw every day, less studying, more drawing what came to mind, creating characters and worlds and getting my thoughts and feeling onto paper.
I joined deviantART at 15, and the feedback and critique I've gained through sharing my art online has helped a lot in my improvement. I wasn't born with a 'gift', unless you count functioning hands, I learned through practice. I am nowhere near finished my learning (and never will be) though now I