:Commission Information:Okay, I think it'd be better to put my commission information in a journal rather than a deviation.More Like This
Commissions are CLOSED.
I won't start your commission until you pay me, because I don't want to be scammed or anything (though I know that you guy's won't scam me, I just wanna be safe)
18 points extra for shading or another character. (Max 5 characters in one picture)
What I WILL draw:
Any kind of animal. Cats, dogs, reptiles, birds, whatever.
Humans - ONLY IF THEY ARE A CHARACTER OF A FANDOM OF MINE. Such as Hetalia, or Spirit Animals. No OCs.
What I WON'T/CAN'T draw:
[Bullet; Purple] Extreme violence/gore
[Bullet; Red] Sexual/Suggestive themes
[Bullet; Purple] Hate art
[Bullet; Red] R
Eyes UnbrokenThink about a time,More Like This
Where everything was not okay,
When the word happy seemed foreign.
Think about that time,
That time is now gone.
Learn to live,
To be alive,
To see with eyes
With eyes unbroken.
FanepisodeUncle Pterano ReturnsMore Like This
The Great Valley's day had been ordinary so far, at least as "ordinary" as it could get. There wasn't a natural disaster or enemy threatening them, so all was fine. The children gathered at Petrie's old home to sit at the rocks below and tell stories. Petrie sat in front of the others, telling them a story about a valiant Crested Flier that had been threatened by a herd of ten sharpteeth. "And then the flier scared all the sharpteeth away!" Petrie finished his story. Cera's eyes drooped blandly. "Wait, you're SURE this happened?" Cera asked. "Well, my Uncle Pterano knows a flier--"
"ENOUGH with the Pterano Tall-Tales!" Cera shouted angrily. Petrie lurched backwards. "How about something ELSE for a change?" Cera demanded. "Well, those stories are kind of interesting." Littlefoot said. "I mean, even the old Longneck stories seem a little odd." He continued. "And 'Pterano Tall Tales' sounds kinda nice." Guido, who sat on Cera's back, blinked with confusion. "U