Lucky Chime for offer/tradeTrading my chime Dipper!More Like This
Im currently looking for
Following Closed species
Weavers by bananamantis
moanas by bananamantis
luminah by bananamantis
flora devils by bananamantis
Sushi dogs by witchpaws
Koddoes by Jeniak and Berneri
Minkin by SAlB0T and edelilah
Numes by Tikrekins
Fishlings by VlLHO / vilhoadopts
Kelki by VlLHO / vilhoadopts
Birdfolk by Kel-Del
Rompers by cheepers
rumdragons by sleepnoise
mamitera by Ponacho
pouflons by tyronniesaur
characters here dexikon.deviantart.com/favouri…
You can offer arts of any kind!
Please just dont offer too much
(like 10 painting
Fumi MYOs casual [STILL OPEN]YO these are open, AND the limitation on how many you can get has been temporarily lifted.More Like This
HOWEVER I ask that you not have more than 2 or more unused MYO slots at a time. If you already have 2+ slots that haven't been used then please use them before purchasing more slots.
IMPORTANT RULES AND INFORMATION
- Read this
- Do not beg, guilt trip, or harass
- Payment must be made within the week or your slot is forfeit. Payment needs to be done all in one go, otherwise I may be changed a paypal fee twice (which obviously means I lose money mmm). You have an unlimited amount of time to finish your custom. However it is important to note that these MYO slots are non-tradeable.
- You MAY resell your slot, you must provide evidence that you do indeed have a slot that has been paid for and hasn't been used up. All slot information is kept on record here
A Tribute to Hans Ruedi GigerMore Like This
He was an artist you might not know.
But you’ve met his children…
It’s rare that a “new” iconic monster is born and becomes forever identifiable,—— no matter the variations, by generation after generation. So it was when George Romero created the ultimate “zombie” in his Night of the Living Dead in 1968. Zombie Apocalypse fans today may have never heard of George or seen the original “Night,” but the zombies they so love in fare like The Walking Dead owe their existence to Romero’s original vision.
In 1979, screenwriter Dan O’Bannon craft