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Hi, I'm Lizzie G the Geek. I heard about this site from Christanmanga.com.

I've been drawing comics since I was a kid, and would love to draw (or even illustrate) comics as a job someday.

My favorite things: DC Comics, Vocaloid, Looney Tunes, Super Mario, and Sonic the Hedgehog! (Also Overwatch is starting to creep up on the list...)

Below are some "samples," if you will, of some of my latest work.

(*EDIT* Sorry, you'll have to click the picture links to see them!)

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Hey Lizzie.  Already said hi.  Thanks for showing your work.  I agree with you that Sonic is awesome, though I think Sonic on Sonic 2 and Sonic on Dreamcast, but totally concur.  DC Comics... my friend and I always debate this for 1/2 a second.  Batman and Green Arrow... awesome stuff.  But he's all about Iron Man and Spiderman.  Vocaloid.... Yamaha... I've got version 3, but those voices ain't cheap.  Got one voice... that's it.  Favorite sound app is Spectralayers, actually, but since magix bought it, my version 1 from Sony is never quick to get working. 

Haven't played Overwatch, WoW was kind of the last game I could afford to give that much time to.  Went to Star Trek Online, and really haven't looked back.  (except for maybe Rollers of the Realm, Age of Empires: Castle Siege, and Fort Defense(by 8 Floor)).

Well, wish you the best.  Good luck.

Thanks, Brian! :)

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