Hello and welcome to mizunotic! This is a personal website in the vein of the homepages people used to make in the late 90s and 2000s. I noticed people were getting back into the idea of creating personal web sites instead of just using social media to connect, and since I spent a lot of the 2000s making similar sites, I though I'd try my hand at it and see what happened! You can read more about my previous websites on the History page. If you'd ever like to chat, please feel to reach out to me via the Contact page or sign my Guestbook. Please use the links to your left to navigate and enjoy your stay!

Changelog

05.30.22 Hi everyone! It seems like I've been gone a long time, but I've been around making small tweeks here and there, joining cliques and fanlistings, and finding cool people who run cool sites on Neocities! Today I made some bigger changes though: I added a blog and it's first entry, and made a new guestbook! Sadly, my last guestbook just up and disappeared one day, so I've lost those entries. ): If I'd known they were going away, I would have saved and archived them! Oh well. Such is the nature of the web!

01.01.22 Happy New Year, everyone! I've been doing a little fixing behind the scenes, including creating a graphics collection page for things like devArt style stamps, 88x31 buttons, and internet bumperstickers. I've also joined a few more cliques and fanlistings because it's hard to stay away from those sorts of things. They're addictive lol. In this new year, I'm going to work on scanning some more things to share as graphics resources and stickers, adding some year-end book reviews, making more pixel adopts, and talking about some of my various collections. If you have any suggestions, feel free to drop them on my Neocities profile or guestbook. Thanks and may your 2022 be awesome!

10.21.21 I've been joining a lot of fanlistings and I added an Icons page to the You section! Go check all the fanlistings out and consider joining!

10.16.21 Today is mizunotic's official launch date! I've been working on this for a little while now, but today's the day it's open for business!

This website was built via Neocities' HTML dashboard editor. It looks best viewed in Google Chrome at 1920x1080 or higher. The layout art was found at Three-Lights.net and edited by me using Affinity Photo. It is not yet mobile friendly. (Though you can turn your phone sideways and resize the screen. It should still work, more or less.) Sailor Moon is © Naoko Takeuchi, Kodansha, Toei, et al.