1. How long have you been on DeviantART?
Coming up on three years.
2. What does your username mean?
Mimi was the name of my small group leader in 2nd grade who was the sweetest old lady you will ever meet. She started the trend for me becoming attached to my small group at church. I used her name, switched out some of the vowels so that, when you google the name, my page would come up sooner and 7 is my favorite number.
3. Describe yourself in three words.
Introvert, nerdy, creative
4. Are you left handed or right handed.
5. What was your first deviation?
I'm sure you've seen my horribly outdated I.D. That's it.
6. What is your favorite type of art to create?
7. If you could instantly master a different art style, what would it be?
Epic landscapes. The backgrounds in my comics really suck.
8. What was your first favorite?
Something done by EpicGuitar looking like 1930's cartoons.
9. What kind of art do you favorite the most?
Typically fan art.
10. Who is your all-time favorite DeviantArtist?
Otherwise known as the young Plato. His writing is so incredible and sophisticated that, if something by him was published, it would be up there with the most popular works like The Hunger Games or Divergent. He's also very philosophical and wise, holding up a lot of admirable virtues.
She was one of my first friends on the internet. She's an amazing artist and storyteller and it amazes me how well she gets along with everyone.
11. If you could meet anyone in real life, who would it be?
We text a lot and I think it would be fun to encounter him in real life and just be nerds. He's an awesome friend and always there when I just feel like chatting with someone.
12. How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
There is a lot.
This guy is awesome. He's the one that really made me feel like I had a friend online in addition to the reasons above.
He probably has no idea who I am but he is the one that inspired me to create Meemie back in Flipnote Hatena and the one I found DeviantART through.
Dealing with depression hasn't been easy. It's like there is always a weight on my shoulders that I can't shake. But, his videos made me realize I need to talk to other people about what I was going through if I wanted to cope with it. When I finally did try that, it really felt like some of that weight was gone and my step felt lighter. I know the depression will seep in again like it always does but I think I'll be better prepared to deal with it.
Also, others from the analysis community has impacted me in a sense, too. Not on such a personal level but watching all their reviews has made me more mindful of my writing for T.H.G. which hopefully shines through in Chapter 8. I didn't put all their users here because there are a lot that have done this.
I actually feel really honored to be friends with a person with such a brilliant mind for writing. He is one of the two beta readers for The Heroes' Guild and I couldn't be more thrilled to have him on board with the project.
13. What are your preferred tools to create art?
I have a prismacolor colored pencil set. Each pencil is my baby and I love to use them.
14. What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
I do most of the T.H.G. work at my desk in my bedroom but most of the work is coloring which doesn't require too much mental attentiveness from me. Spurts of inspiration happen at random moments and I'll develop those ideas in my head and take them to my desk later.
15. What is your favorite DeviantART memory?
Every time I get a comment from you guys, it's something special to me. I love DeviantART for all the people I've gotten to know here. I love the feeling of a community and that feeling isn't made up of one grand event. It's made up of little memories that all create the community I've come to know and love. I feel so fortunate to have a more close-knit community with kind people in it.