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Ccoli x Whis
So, Ccoli and Whis are a thing(well, to me, of course) and I like this picture because Whis likes food and they look sweet together(and other gay shit). I plan on making a short comic about how they met, and/or why they are a 'thing' and shit. Thanks dad. And thanks to people who are not my dad.
This is my DragonBall Z OC, her name is Ccoli. I try my best to not overpower her and make her the most 'perfect' person in the DragonBall universe. Here's a basic backstory. She's the daughter of Broly(the legandary super saiyan guy) and she escaped with the Z fighters when New Vegeta blew up. Ya know how saiyans are all evil and shit, but Ccoli changed ever since she firat lived on earth. She was forced by the Z fighters to make a promise to be good. She's good, but her saiyan side still shows a lot. She's extremely violent when she fights- like bloody gorey violent. She'd literally rip someone limb from limb, and let them bleed out. She's a bit older than Gohan and Videl. She wears a purple, short jumpsuit, and a blue jem(like the one her father wore) just cuz. Blah, blah blah, sorry, I kbow this ia long. So to wrap it up, basically she's not the strongest, and has never been the strongest, and right now in DragonBall super, she can go ssj 3, max. Thanks for reading this, and you can read the rest of her discriptions in my other pictures I'll be soon to post.


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Jassy2012 Featured By Owner May 13, 2016  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Bouquet by KmyGraphic Hello and welcome to devART community Hug

I wish you a lot of fun
I look forward to see your Art soon Love

here some journals, maybe helpful for you

dA Life #01: Sharing Your ArtWelcome to the first dA Life blog, a series created to help you enjoy your time on dA and use it's many tools for sharing your art, appreciating other people's art and taking part in the wonderful community that we have here.
Your gallery is the most obvious place to share your art but there's more to it than simply uploading.  Lets get started with putting your art in your gallery:
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If you want to categorise your art into easily browsable sections, you can add folders to your gallery. Here are some useful FAQs about how this can be done:
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If you'd like to give your gallery folders an extra blast of your personal style, you can do this using CSS, as explained in this FAQ:
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If you'd like to share your work with like-minded artists, find a broader audience for your work or simply seek feedback from others deviants, you can do this with dA's Groups feature. To browse Groups, check
Seven at Seven: DeviantART Community Tips What is This Article About?
This mini-journal feature is focused on seven helpful points, posted at seven (EST time.) Within this article, I hope to feature anything of a varied nature to guide deviants as they navigate daily through the vast, growing community. The first issue highlights seven helpful community tips that anyone can take advantage of.
So, with introductions out of the way, let’s dive right in.
One of the important things that will make the most of your community experience is in how you present yourself: positive or negative. Do be aware that you and you alone make the daily choice in how you approach others as a deviant. This may seem obvious: but unfortunately, not always considered before leaving a comment. Believe it or not: how you interact with the community leaves a mark, impacting yourself and others, in
A Guide To Connecting And Sharing On DAWhat's this all about?
DeviantArt is a HUGE website and it's easy to feel invisible, especially if you're new. The aim of this guide is to help you start connecting with other artists and their work as well as sharing your own art and encouraging feedback and interaction. It would be impossible to cover absolutely everything in one journal, so consider it a starting point and get ready to go exploring! I've included a few helpful links under each section, so you can use these as springboards to help you bounce around and find out more.
:bulletred: Check out welcome for an introduction to DA
:bulletred: Introduce yourself in the Welcome Center forum

Get in the right mindset
The first thing to do is stop thinking simply in terms of what you want to get. DA, like a lot of places on the web, is a social experience. I

and here are some of my groups you can join


and if you are a book cover artist this group :iconcover4books:

If you have any question, please ask me and I will try to help you

hugs Jassy
SmithRyland Featured By Owner May 14, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks! I do have some questions.;
Whag does it mean to join a group- and how do I join a group? And I just need help on understanding this site/app. Thanks again!
Jassy2012 Featured By Owner May 15, 2016  Hobbyist Interface Designer
to be a member a part of a group - that´s important because only as member you can share your art

and what do you mean with understanding???