Welcome to Crimson's World, I'll try my best to somewhat please everyone :D
If you wanna' know more about me check out My Otaku!

Thousand Foot Krutch - Move (Probably my fav band)

Geez...

I noticed alot of my old time otaku friends hate version vibrant as much as I do. I look at it as functioning and nothing more. It doesn't fill the purpose the old otaku did for me. As of right now I barely have respect for VV and would like to let all my fans know (if any left...-_-) that I luv my old otaku website and will probably be on there more than here. I don't understand not being able to see my total votage or....*blech* 'hugs'....and I certainly for the life of me can't understand seperating the sites. My otaku should of gotten upgraded along with the main page and still linked. I don't think Adam is too proud of the old site which is kinda sad for the old community. Ok...I'm done with my rant but an old buddy of mine reminded me why I loved my old community for and why I wanted to share my art with you guys. NO VOTES, NO COMMENTS, NO FANS, = NO AMBITION...just to let you know I love being an artist and doing what I do. I just wish the platform would allow me to do that better.

~Miss Crimson
(Until next time)

Yay!

I updated my website. It shouldn't take as long to load since it's a simpler layout ^_~ A rather beautiful FMA one that took me a good few hours of designing. I hope after May, when I'm out of college for the summer, will bring about some new ambition and work. Wish me luck peeps!

~ Miss Crimson

Ghost Lore

Yūrei (幽霊?) are Japanese ghosts. The name consists of two kanji, 幽 (yuu) meaning faint or dim and 霊 (rei) meaning soul or spirit. Alternative names include 亡霊 (Borei) meaning ruined or departed spirit, 死霊 (Shiryo) meaning dead spirit, or the more encompassing 妖怪 (Yokai) or お化け (Obake).
According to traditional Japanese beliefs, all humans have a spirit or soul called a 霊魂 (reikon). When they die, the reikon leaves the body and is thought to enter a form of purgatory, where it waits for the proper funeral and post-funeral rites to be performed, so that it may join its ancestors. If this is done correctly, the reikon is believed to be a protector of the living family and to return yearly in August during the Obon Festival to receive thanks.

This is a game called fatal frame. Based off of japanese ghost legends and such. There's a new movie out called shutter and I'm pretty sure it's based offa' this. Anyways thought I would post something interesting (plus i like scary things) bye bye :D