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Queer French artist. Sweet and salty. She/her.



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Posted by tallestrose - August 16th, 2020

Yay, I'm back on Newgrounds! This community needed more diversity anyway!~

So I decided to kick things off by posting some silly animation I made on Flipnote Studio. Yeah, that one app on a decade-old handheld that nobody cares about. And lemme tell you: working with limitations really made it much more fun than I thought. Plus I'm moving soon so my equipment was packed anyway.

So this cartoon's based off of a Twitter drawing by fellow artist and friend Kackington of an owl with legs. Human legs. And I just felt like animating it. She found it funny so that's cool.~ 😎

I hope you like it! Take care and stay safe!



Posted by tallestrose - January 30th, 2019

Cover artwork for The Outcast Qlub

Releases March 31st


Cut to Black (feat. Dangerace) 
- still in progress!
These Glory Days
Wizard Girl (feat. Pay Per Vu)
Holding Onstill in progress!
The Boy Who Never Grew Up
The Way Out
Then < Now

In two months exactly, I will be releasing my first album in years. It is a compilation of several tracks I have either left as works in progress for far too long, or music I didn't bother doing anything with. It all highlights my newfound abilities as a musician, as well as how far I've come since the beginning.

The album is releasing on the International Transgender Day of Visibility, as most songs on this album talk about my progress of finding comfort in my gender identity, and to be out as a trans musician might make some give a chance to people who are otherwise labeled as outcasts.

So... yeah! You're all invited to The Outcast Qlub. Listen to my currently uploaded tracks and be sure to download the album when it releases on March 31st!

Here's to being ourselves, in love and peace. 💖✨



Posted by tallestrose - February 15th, 2018



1. Weather Girl (Sayori's song)

2. Jawbreaker (Natsuki's song)

3. Midnight Climax (Yuri's song)

4. Curse Of Introspection [Bonus Track]

5. The Way In (Monika's song)

- - -

So I collaborated with Danne Harvey, an amazing musician and fellow DDLC aficionado, to bring you this little compliation of songs dedicated to our lovely Dokis!

Each song was meticulously crafted to appeal to each girl's writing style, hobbies and personality. I even used their preferred words from the poem mini game.

Go ahead and have a listen! We'd love to hear what you think, as well as which song you like the most. :)




Posted by tallestrose - August 16th, 2016

Last week. I was at work. My collegues finally left through the door, waving me goodbye as I began my evening shift. I tapped a few keys and clicked a couple of times. Newgrounds' oh-so user-friendly home page appeared on my computer screen.

"Shit, I got two reviews and a new message!"

Coincidentally, last year, on that very same day, I had released a track. A highly personal track of mine. One that I had made for myself, when I needed it the most. One that I hesitated to put online, but did anyway, convinced that it would be listened to a few times and then forgotten.

Strangely enough, my song attracted a few hundred of users during the time I was away from the site. Quite a few people listened to it, and I had newcomers giving me positive feedback. I was surprised, and I didn't know what could have caused such a buzz, let alone a year after the track's release. Usually, I get next to no traffic on my content, and that's perfectly fine. There are way better musicians out there, and I still need to improve!

Despite my confusion, I was happy. I answered to the reviews, like I always do: it's my way of giving back to the people who use their precious time to give constructive criticism to someone else on the Internet, something that is highly underappreciated.

I checked some new content and then logged out. Keep in mind, I was at work. I came back on the website a few days later - tonight - and I was surprised once more.

Two more reviews, and two hundred more views on my track.

What is going on?

I clicked on the track, and something different caught my eye.

"I... was frontpaged?!"

I couldn't believe it, and I still can't. I'm at a loss for words, and I have no idea how such a personal and barely relatable song can be frontpaged.

But all that matters is that it made my day, and that listening to this track might have made someone else's day. To me, it's all that counts.

I'm grateful to everyone. All I can hope now is for my future content to be just as good, if not better.

Thank you, from the bottom of my heart! <3

Posted by tallestrose - January 23rd, 2016

Hi there! It's been a while since I've written something here. Nobody reads it anyway. Heheh.

A lot has changed. I'm no longer in school, I decided to quit. I've become a bit angry at the education system, and I did not want to waste my energy there anymore.

Now, I have two main jobs. I work for the customer service department of a local newspaper, and an amusement centre. Despite the first one being the most profitable, my favorite is the other. The boss there is less of a douche.

Aside from that, I'm still into filmmaking. I'm planning an ambitious webseries named 'Reality Walkthrough'. It's about a young man who's so scared of the outside world that he hides himself and plays video games. I'd love to say that it's not an autobiography, but I'd be lying a bit...

I have a lot of other film projects, some more personal than others. But since I don't wanna rush things, I keep it all in my mind. In the meantime, I write stuff down, and I compose music or draw art that's inspired by my new ideas.

Newgrounds has an amazing community and I'm glad to witness it. I'll keep uploading more stuff here.

Take care!