COMMISSION PRICESADOPTS: CustomsMore Like This
animals/ponies: 25-55 (depending on detail)
Full body (NO BACKGROUND): UNCOLORED/INKED 100
ex. I'll be good by SkeletonLete
COLORED W/O SHADING 150
Pattern RecognitionAbsorbed in a seemingly unending pile of property damage claims from the Spindle explosion, Anna did not notice that someone had entered her office until a thick file folder landed on the top of her desk, sending a few stray receipts flying. Her heart nearly leapt out of her chest before she recognized that it was her daughter standing across the Mayoral desk from her, wearing a cold, intense expression.More Like This
Anna's eyes darted to the office door, which was now closed. She set aside her pen, smoothed down a few flyaways of grey hair, and took a breath to compose herself. Finally she met her daughter's gaze firmly. "Dahlia-"
"Cecilie let me in. I told her it was important," Dahlia said. She folded her arms over her chest. "It is."
"If this is about your appalling behavior towards Rufus the other night-"
Dahlia's eyes flashed. "Mother, whatever argument we are to have over his meddling, set it aside. I will make an appointment for
Art Challenges, I: Engineered ArmageddonMore Like This
Sleep caressed his
Lost, cold, body
black fire branching
beyond the pain...-- from Sleep I, by universe-of-doodles
The Day When Technology Dies
Steampunk is a huge part of the fantasy and sci-fi universe. It is a huge part of Realm-of-Fantasy , too. There is something fascinating behind the zeppelins, steam engines, Victorian clothing and sky pirates, we can't deny that..
It is an alluring world where the technology, paired with everything else, becomes INCREDIBLY attractive. But hey, you don't really think that all that pollution in the air comes with no consequences, right?
My eyes glowed blue, too bright
for quartz; head gears
whirred too fast, my hamster heart.
Dust shook from my hands;
Servant's Log May 18-2418th MayMore Like This
Busy all day: cleaned windows, washed curtains, beef stew with leek and onion. On the master's request, dusted the foyer with special care today and prepared a vase with a bouquet of roses for the small bedroom. He expects a visitor tomorrow.
Spent the morning with standard duties; waited to greet the master's visitor, but the master requested that I busy myself elsewhere, as his visitor is uncomfortable with artificial servants. Cleaned the library extensively. Steak and potatoes with parsley for the master and his visitor. Hedges want trimming.
Brought the master his breakfast, then apparently took an unscheduled nap in the bathroom. Internal clock two hours out of sync with the master's atomic pendulum. Unsure how this happened; apparent systems failure. Will bring to the master's attention tomorrow.
Resumed duties as usual. Found sufficient breakfast dishes for two; cannot explain this. Checked for intruders, found none. If systems fa