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Chelsea Paige Cleveland
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United States
Name Chelsea Paige Cleveland
Age 23
Gender Female
Likes:Drawing Reading, Tattooing, Good Tattoos, Piercing, Movies, Anime, Purple, Socks for Christmas, vampires, Music, EBooks
Dislikes: Bad Tattooists and Tattoos, Light/Barbie pink, Racists, Sexists, Homophobes.

Mother:Stephanie Lemaster
Father: William Lemaster, AKA Bill
Sister: Heather Aiko Cleveland inuyasha666hiei
Websites: ,

"Better to be Hated for who you are, Than to be Loved for who you are not."
"Can you tell me what exactly does freedom mean? If I'm not free to be as twisted as I want to be?" Disturbed

Current Residence: Las Vegas, Nevada
Skin of choice: my own ?
Favourite cartoon character: does Alucard count ?
Personal Quote: Sanity is over-rated . insanity is much more fun ( I say that a lot )

Well hello again.

Journal Entry: Sun May 17, 2015, 5:44 PM

I've been on a little more than I have the past year, and so I thought it might be time for a update. Considering it seems to have been.... a year and a half? Boy. 

All is good. Been busy working. I have some stuff I intend to post up. I've just been trying to get some other things sorted out first. 

One of the big ones was cleaning up a group my sister and I have. YourOC-Club, which its focus is original characters you personally have made, was getting a bit messy. We have been digging through, removing fanart of all sorts. Even ended up changing the settings where people need approval to post a image. If we have to hunt through anyway, why not? We also updated the rules so HOPEFULLY it is a little clearer. 

On top of that, we made a new group to help hopefully give people a place to share fanart and commissions they have done of other peoples characters, which seemed to be the big misunderstanding and desire of our members. And so, OC-FanartClub has been made to give members a place to share these images. :) Hope it makes our members happy to have a place to do this. We just got it up, so go on over and join if you like. But keep in mind we just got it up. So if you see anything off or not working, PLEASE let me know so I can try to fix it. And of course let me know if you have any suggestions. 

On another note, I have my subscription back :dance: Going to try and keep it that way. 

Well, I'm going to get back to things. Maybe start posting some photos and images. Let me know how you are doing! Always love to hear from you all. :)

  • Mood: Helpful
  • Listening to: The Bleeding by Five Finger Death Punch
  • Reading: Narcissus in chains by Laurel K. Hamilton
  • Watching: Doctor Who
  • Playing: MyVegas
  • Eating: Hamburger w/ Califlower Flatbread. Yum
  • Drinking: Ice Tea.


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Elsa - Let it go by Chelsea-C
Elsa - Let it go
This was for j9y's mother. a picture of Elsa, before, and after. So much blue went into this picture. haha. 

Elsa is from Frozen, which is owned by Disney, and I do not own the character. I only did this picture


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Galatea-DNegro Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for all the favs!
ArtimasStudio Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
HEY!!! Thanks so much for the 23 :+fav:s :wow: Means a lot to me!!! :heart: :D :hug:
theliondemon-kaimra Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
EveSoderlundOfficial Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Hello! A little birdie told me that you do piercings and stuff, so I need to ask you a question. I got an industrial piercing two days ago. Everything is going just fine. I just want to know if you have any tips for keeping it clean and how to care for it and make it heal without complications? I hope you can help, thank you~!
Chelsea-C Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Professional General Artist
Hey there! Yeah, I can help out with that. I give out a lot of aftercare after I do a piercing.
1. Clean your piercing with warm water and non scented hand can also use a q-tip to get behind jewelry. Rinse with warm water and made sure to get all soap off. Do this about 4 times a day if you can to keep it clean.

2. Do not use alchohal, hydrogen peroxide, or other such things to clean a piercing. They are far to harsh, hurt, and can really dry out the skin. As said, soap and water, and I suggest a saline soak.

3. As said, use a saline soak at least twice a day. You can make it yourself with sea salt that you can buy in any store. It's 1/4 teaspoon sea salt to 1 cup warm water. Make sure it desolves, and is in a container or bowl that you can easily fit your ear in to soak. If in a pinch at the time a couple of cotton balls soaked in the water pressed to each end of the industrial can be used, but it's better to submerge the piercing. This decreases scabs, allows the piercing to drain fluids, and promotes healing. Soak for 5-10 minutes.

4. If you are looking for a product to help heal the tattoo, I recommend "Emu oil". Only if you are not Vegan! If you arent, this stuff works great. A little drop rubbed into a piercing when it's clean can decrease a little discomfort, swelling, and also promote healing. Gives it a little moisture as well. You can find this at
I recommend avoiding thick ointments and lotions, because it can cloclog it up and cause pimple problems

5. All piercing gets Sebum, which is skin cells and body oils that collect in the piercing as the body tries to heal and you sweat. It's milky white in appearance and smells rather like funky old cheese. Which is where it gets the nickname piercing cheese. It's normal especially on cartilage that takes a long time to heal. Soaking will decrease this stuff. If you get a build up of the stuff it can form a piercing pimple, which is both uncomfortable and fusterating, but can he fixed with extra soaks, it will just take a while to soak out.

6. Cartilage piercings are a long healing piercing, because the piercing must grow skin around the cartilage. So be patient and don't take out jewelry, even for changing. It can take 6 to 9 months, possibly longer if a person is a slow healer. It should heal by the end of a year. As I said, that is a worst case.

7.a lot of people think you have to rotate jewelry, especially due to the earlobe piercing kiosks you see at malls. They claim if you do not move it the skin will "grow over the jewelry", when in reality what some times happens if the jewelry is often times too tight and the jewelry pulls into the skin. With a piercing done at a good piercing establishment, the jewelry had enough room for swswelling and large enough tops it does not happen. Body ppiercer now recommend NOT TWISTING JEWELRY. Reason being that moving the jewelry a lot can loosen the "fistula", which is that tube of flesh growing around the jewelry. It slows healing and can cause a loose fistula that can slide in and out of its proper place, which can make inseinserting jewelry a little tougher at times. Try to move it as little as possible.

8. Always wash hands when handling piercing.

9. Check that jewelry is tight regularly, because the ends unscrew. I suggest also buying spare ends in case one falls off as well.

If you have any questions on top of this, feel free to ask!
EveSoderlundOfficial Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Student General Artist
Thank you so much, this really helped! It started to hurt a bit two hours ago, and I even cleaned it. It started hurting about an hour after I cleaned it.
Chelsea-C Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2014  Professional General Artist
Because industrials take so long to heal, they are tender quit a bit. Try soaking it if it's really uncomfortable. It some times helps. And make sure to get all the soap off, that can cause irritation if some lingers
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theliondemon-kaimra Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
omh i was wondering how the fell i got 23 messages then i saw you want on a faving rampage XD
Manic6605 Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Student Writer
Hello old friend!! Thanks so much for all the favs!!
Chelsea-C Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Professional General Artist
Hey! No Problem! Long time no see.
Agent-Q-Amalgamation Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014
Thank you so much for the fave!
theliondemon-kaimra Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
here you go celsea XD Best friends by Smarticlesface just for fun lol
Chelsea-C Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Professional General Artist
love <3
theliondemon-kaimra Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
lol i thought you would XD :heart:
theliondemon-kaimra Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
chelsea i mean >_<
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