Point Commissions OPEN (5 SLOTS)Alright, opening point commissions up again! Prices have raised a smidge just so the transaction comes out even
I do not do humans. (at this point in time)
I do not do robots/technical drawings.
PLEASE KEEP YOUR COMMISSION G-PG13 RATED.
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Be patient! I'm still in school and I'm not ALWAYS on the computer, although it may seem like it
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I will not take a batch of commissions from one person. Sorry.
Reference sketch: 10 pts
Picture, no bg, no shaded: 20pts
Picture, no bg, shaded: 25pts
Picture, bg, shaded: 30pts
1. :iconlunaratheara: BG, Shade
2. :iconhsm2739: No BG, No Shade
3. :iconironsigh145: BG, Shade
So You Want to Join an RP GroupSo You Want to Join an RP Group2 years ago in Writing More Like This
So You Want to Join an RP Group
A Guide to Creating and Playing Original Group RP Characters
Disclaimer: People have different styles of roleplaying. This centers around the style that I and my friends use. When reading instructional manuals for creative endeavors, always take suggestions with the knowledge that everyone likes different things.
RP groups are a lot of fun. After having exclusively done single one on one roleplays for the last nine or ten years, I only recently discovered the world of the deviantArt RP group. Many -- sometimes even hundreds! -- people gather in one location, all interested in the same base concept, and all hungry for roleplaying! It sounds like a writer's fantasy.
You almost always end up hitting it off with a couple of people whose style of writing compliments yours. The bonds you forge and the friendships that come with them are immensely strong, and you'll find people there for