Helping PromisedFreedomI've been seeing this thing about :iconredradishRabbit: (redradishrabbit) :iconPromised-freedom:'s (Promised-Freedom's) friend and since promised-freedom is my friend I thought why not help her out. so heres the thing,More Like This
For RedraddishRabbit her art is how she supports herself, so her commissions are extremely important and she puts an immense amount of effort into them. Her art is her only source of income and she's working extremely hard to get on her feet financially; it's been really hard for her money-wise, and she needs the work to pay bills and keep food on the table. She does both full commissions and sketches, which are cheaper than the full ones, and neither will ever leave you disappointed. one of her works I find interesting you can look for more.
if you cannot commison at least browse for your own enjoyment.
Support a talented artist!Reblogging this from :iconpromised-freedom:More Like This
Hey everyone! Please take the time to check out one of my friends and favorite artists, :iconredradishRabbit:. Her art is how she supports herself, so her commissions are extremely important and she puts an immense amount of effort into them. She does both full commissions and sketches, which are cheaper than the full ones, and neither will ever leave you disappointed.
If you can't commission her, please at least browse her gallery (for your own enjoyment) and maybe consider promoting her around dA.
Thank you very, very much for taking the time to read this.
A time to dieA time to die.More Like This
I know it and she knows it and although I have been through this a thousand times before, this cuts me deeper than anyone or anything has before. Before I had accepted the small time that mortals have as to be expected, accepted and made as fun as possible for them.
But then this is the first time I have ever been in love with a mortal.
Not just affectionate love but true love. The sort that humans write stories and poems about, I remember when I first met her. She was in a bar in London and all the other women were looking at her but, her gaze turned on me and for the first time in my long life I felt my heart lurch.
My parents had warned me that this would happen one day. That if I lived long enough to see the turning of a thousand centuries then it would happen as the ennui of life set in, they were right. My parents are long dead, killed by the Inquisition during the 15th century when I was still in my prime, as immortals class it and in many ways I am a
Our fathers legacy prologueOur fathers' legacyMore Like This
Tygris was, like any other world in the Imperium, one amongst billions that was just a footnote in some administrators' office. It had been a beautiful world of bountiful trees and resources, all felled and mined to aid the Mechanicum and their never ending hunger. Now her fields were used to grow crops to feed the billions of soldiers that fought in the Emperors name across millions of battlefields in the vast soul eating imperium.
Sangrez Jerez was a simple Grox herder, each season he would diligently with his family and ranch hands move the herd from the winter pasture to the summer pasture and back again when the need arose. Journeys like this could take weeks and thus he and his companions would be away for weeks at a time, their wives, girlfriends or mothers would ensure they had plenty of food and ale to warm them on the cold nights.
Jerez moved the back of his hand over his brow and squinted at the midday sun, it was going to be a scorcher today and
Echoes of the past 1Echoes of the PastMore Like This
Galtera IX was the kind of world that was so far from the Imperial shipping routes and the touch of Terra's governing bodies that somewhere along the lines lawlessness became the new Imperial Creed, there was no law on Galtera IX, a more hotbed of corruption and vice could not exist in the more Imperial governed worlds. The planets ruling body had their personal coffers full with money that stank of bribery, corruption and murder. Pirates and rogue traders frequented the worlds bars and vice houses agreeing to a percentage of their takings to be handed over to the corrupt Enforcers for protection.
It wasn't unusual to see them turn a blind eye to cold blooded murder, unlike the noble Arbites who could not be brought or who would not turn a blind eye to wanton piracy and murder. Every street corner was fraught with danger and every bar in every settlement had trouble on an hourly basis. There was no priest of the emperor here, if there ever had been that was long