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  • Mood: Eye Candy
Like all kids and families the whole world over ever since Mickey Mouse first began singing on a steamboat, I have grown up with Disney. :aww:

I have read Disney books and comic books, played with Disney toys, and watched Disney cartoons and movies my entire life (I was actually disappointed when I left the part about Disney characters and came to the part featuring real-life safari animals in a big Disney book many, many years ago, BTW!)

If that isn't all, I have gone with my family to DisneyWorld many times while growing up in Tampa, Florida during 1970s-1980s. We have also taken family and friends along and I have watched the park change over years, too.

Disney has an ENORMOUS influence on the whole world of animation and cartooning. First, Osamu Tezuka created many manga stories with Disney-like characters in the old days (yes, Lion King is accidentally similar to Kimba The White Lion, BTW!) This launched the very beginning of modern manga/anime in Japan. ^_^ Then, the brilliant comic series featuring a plucky little Celtic warrior, Asterix was created in France by a writer/artist team. The incredible cartooning style is of course, influenced by Disney.

Not only that; Disney really reached everywhere in my personal life. Walt Kelly had once worked at Disney in his youth before he started Pogo comic strip with very cute-looking animal characters, including Albert Alligator, who became my very first cartoon crush ever. And - my last cartoon crush was Woody Woodpecker, whose creator had quite a story with Disney (Walt Disney himself was forced to give up one of his cartoon creations, Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, who was then dropped in the lap of the young Walter Lantz, who would go on to create the cartoon woodpecker. Otherwise, Mickey Mouse himself would never have been created in the first place! :O_o: )

Thanks to Disney, I want to be a cartoonist and an animator one day. And that is also why I draw like that, BTW.

Currently, I am enjoying the stories swapped by families about visiting DisneyWorld on Facebook (yes, it continues to sound incredible, especially with new rides, food, meeting up with favorite characters, etc.)

Oh...and I also kind of have a crush on a Disney character at this moment. ;P (You'll be seeing fanart of him pretty soon, too.)
  • Mood: Optimism
And it has literally grown shitty over the years. :P

So I am looking forward to moving to Syracuse, NY in the near future. :aww: 
  • Mood: Angsty
I am reading a book about how teens were shipped off by frustrated parents to "tough love" programs and boot camps, where they were cruelly abused (some were even killed!)

I truly sympathize with those unhappy kids, who were treated just like little troublemakers. :( (And they usually aren't; just a little depressed with the world at their age.)

Then I remember how the father had emotionally and sometimes, physically abused me over the years I was growing up. Then how he threatened to disown me (like, as young as 10?), have me sent away to live at some group home, and told me to get out of the house and never come back, too.

And I have fled from the home about 10 years ago to suffer brief homelessness, humiliation at hands of police, and risk of starvation.

Ok.

I am giving the father exactly what he wants: loss of a daughter. :unimpressed:

And the family isn't exactly supportive, either. I was made to go to more, more, more college when I already wanted to be a cartoonist and an animator. I am still working on it, of course, but lately, I am so sleepy and depressed all the time that I haven't even been drawing for weeks lately. :hmm:

Not only that; the sister was also abusive toward me. She would hit me, threaten to call police on me, and taunt me, too. I was once made to go live with her at her house, so I had fled from there twice; the second time for a few days. In fact, I have blocked her from my Facebook a few months ago.

The second sister is like an eternal teenager even though she's now about 33; she doesn't have a job and she hides in her room all the time. She even steals Coke and chips to stash away in her room. I've experienced some brief catfights with her over a few things when I spent one summer with the family.

The brother is okay, though and so is Mom, who is now caring and supportive toward me, though she did try to infantilize me and give me more money than I actually need (yes, her treatment toward me in the past is pretty damaging, too. Especially when I am hearing impaired, of course.)

I will just take the rest of my things from the house and not bother with the family anymore, though I will always have a close relationship with Mom. (She has given me lots of things, including a cell phone that I didn't want and even ordered me pizza from across the nation when I didn't have anything to eat. It was my own idea, BTW. ^_^)
  • Mood: Movingon
I am actually somewhat depressed right now.

I am sad that I have to give up Woody Woodpecker because of secret jealousy issues, but it's for best. I really enjoyed loving and hugging and kissing a cute, feathery bird the size of Mickey Mouse in my dreams. I wanted him all to myself. Perhaps I post what completed artwork I have left of him before I put Woody stuff away for good?

And as for the other fandoms like Powerpuff Girls and Transformers, I would never dream of leaving them behind, too. :unimpressed: I'm just not as obsessed right now, but I am still devoted nevertheless.

But some of you don't seem to care about that - as long as I still put up art here, right? Even if they just consist of a boring old sketch of apples in chalks or some model's cellulite-ridden ass, maybe?

If I lose interest in DA, of course I will leave here. But no, I still have lots of stuff I still want to post here - not only of PPGs and Transformers, but also of Roger Rabbit and Jessica, Disney characters, Looney Tunes characters, etc. And yes, some anime satire as well.

It's just that I'm not very productive lately. :shrug: In fact, I am forcing myself to post a few PPG fanart you are seeing these days and I am not satisfied enough with anything at all from how well I color or paint to how the art looks once scanned. I'm simply down in the dumps lately.

That should change soon. I am cleaning the apartment and setting things right, too. Then I will get busy with drawings and stories.

And of course, I still want to share fanart with you. I just don't feel up to it right now. :bored:  
  • Mood: Unhappy
I'm not as much of a Powerpuff Girls or Transformers fan as I have been in the past. :hmm:

In fact, I'm not interested in anything right now.
  • Mood: Eye Candy
Like all kids and families the whole world over ever since Mickey Mouse first began singing on a steamboat, I have grown up with Disney. :aww:

I have read Disney books and comic books, played with Disney toys, and watched Disney cartoons and movies my entire life (I was actually disappointed when I left the part about Disney characters and came to the part featuring real-life safari animals in a big Disney book many, many years ago, BTW!)

If that isn't all, I have gone with my family to DisneyWorld many times while growing up in Tampa, Florida during 1970s-1980s. We have also taken family and friends along and I have watched the park change over years, too.

Disney has an ENORMOUS influence on the whole world of animation and cartooning. First, Osamu Tezuka created many manga stories with Disney-like characters in the old days (yes, Lion King is accidentally similar to Kimba The White Lion, BTW!) This launched the very beginning of modern manga/anime in Japan. ^_^ Then, the brilliant comic series featuring a plucky little Celtic warrior, Asterix was created in France by a writer/artist team. The incredible cartooning style is of course, influenced by Disney.

Not only that; Disney really reached everywhere in my personal life. Walt Kelly had once worked at Disney in his youth before he started Pogo comic strip with very cute-looking animal characters, including Albert Alligator, who became my very first cartoon crush ever. And - my last cartoon crush was Woody Woodpecker, whose creator had quite a story with Disney (Walt Disney himself was forced to give up one of his cartoon creations, Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, who was then dropped in the lap of the young Walter Lantz, who would go on to create the cartoon woodpecker. Otherwise, Mickey Mouse himself would never have been created in the first place! :O_o: )

Thanks to Disney, I want to be a cartoonist and an animator one day. And that is also why I draw like that, BTW.

Currently, I am enjoying the stories swapped by families about visiting DisneyWorld on Facebook (yes, it continues to sound incredible, especially with new rides, food, meeting up with favorite characters, etc.)

Oh...and I also kind of have a crush on a Disney character at this moment. ;P (You'll be seeing fanart of him pretty soon, too.)

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Favourite cartoon character: Woody Woodpecker, Transformers, PPGs, Piccolo, Tom Cat, Mickey Mouse, and Jessica Rabbit.
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:iconsonicthecaptain:
SonicTheCaptain Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2015
Greetings, I'm a huge fan of both Transformers cartoon & movie but just wondering any webpage listed of Autobots & Decepicons? Thanks :)
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blackhellcat Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Professional General Artist
You mean like, TF forums? If you want TF webpages, there are TONS on Google.
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UnsolicitedDecadence Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2015  New member Hobbyist General Artist
I finally can speak to you directly: 

You're probably the R. Crumb of all Powerpuff Girls fanartists. How is it that your PPG fanwork is so surreal and unlike the original show? Your depictions of the girls is so out of it and ridiculous. Please explain yourself! 
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blackhellcat Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015  Professional General Artist
I let my imagination run wild. Depending on how wild (and also okay to be shown publicly) the result would be, of course. ;)

This is calling "pushing the envelope", BTW. And I do that with many other cartoon characters I like, not just Powerpuff Girls.
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UnsolicitedDecadence Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting, except in "pushing the envelope", you made the girls oftentimes totally over-the-top and even out-of-character, making them seem like impossible psychotics. 

On a lighter note, it ought to be a coincidence that how they're depicted in "Dance Pantsed" wouldn't seem out of place by comparison. Like say, a tantrum?
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AshlynArt-100 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2015  New member Hobbyist Artist
I've finally found you,,,
let's just say your art is freaking amazing,,
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:iconblackhellcat:
blackhellcat Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2015  Professional General Artist
Thanks.
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LuanaSpinetti Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Just stopping by to leave a 'hi!' :wave: (sorry, it rhymes xD)
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:iconameban:
Ameban Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2015  Professional General Artist
Hiya there BlackHellCat! Thank you for the :+fav: on my "Thunderbuster" pic :)
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ArwingPilot114 Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Happiest of Birthdays to you m'dear! :wave: :party:
I hope you had tons of fun filled with transformers and power puff girls! :D
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