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Hello from your Q4 Fine Arts Moderator!

Hi, guys! My name is Dani, and I am so honored to be the Q4 moderator for Vingle's Fine Arts category for the rest of the year. I'm still a bit of a newbie, but in the past two months, I have had so much fun sharing everything I love about the visual arts with all of you, and I hope that you continue sharing what YOU love about it with ME! Let's make the Fine Arts category a wonderful and friendly place for art fans (and artists!) of all levels of interest and ability to share, laugh, and learn. Also, I drew this little guy in my sketchbook for you all today because I broke the stylus to my tablet but still wanted to introduce myself art nerd appropriately! Don't worry. He doesn't bite. (Well, unless you're a taquito.)
Thank you, everybody!!! <3
yo congrats @danidee!!! let's be moderator pals! :D
Congratulations @danidee! You've got a wonderful eye and a hilarious sense of humor, I'm sure the next few months will be a lot of fun!
congrats @danidee :)
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