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Hello and welcome
Soo i've had 800+ watchers for a while, but since it's a new year i though a contest would be in order to celabrate!
All You need to do to enter is to draw my bab sona here: https://toyhou.se/5700235.juniper#18865204 (do NOT change any colours or markings)
It can be everything from an icon to a full art piece! All art is welcome^^
If you enter you can also earn extra tickets (1 drawing = 1 ticket), the tickes are for a raffle for the 2nd and 3rd prize!
The 2nd and 3rd prizes are secret, for now
Rules+How to enter:
Must be a watcher. New watchers are welcome^^
Prehistoric Squadron: Saurusger Chapter 3Title: The Sorrowful Rhino Plush
One day, Veojay was out in a dumpster digging up some things.
Veojay: It's a good think I'm made of metal so I don't have to smell all this awful garbage, but I don't think it's good for my armor. I could get some goo stuck in my bolts. Why did Zejutow send me to dig in the dumpster? Well anyway, something in here could help us to create a monster to help defeat the Saurusgers.
Then, he found something extraordinary.
Veojay: What's this? (Picks up a rhino plush) A rhino? It's so small? (Squishes it, causing some stuffing to come out) It looks like it was dumped in here. Maybe we could use this to make a monster.
Veojay got out of the dumpster and headed to his pod and flew back into space. He then made it back to the ship.
Zejutow: Ah, Veojay, you've returned. Did you find anything for us to use to create our next monster?
Veojay: Yes I did. And I'm going to need some oiling after this.
Axaxlyl: What was it you found?
Veojay: I found this little rhino p
COMMISSIONS IN THE FREE BUDGET!
Hello dear friends! Happy new year!
I decided to renew commissions in the free budget for a few more months!
What does it mean?
This means that you can offer me your price for the illustration and I will tell you if that will be enough. (PAYPAL!)
Send me a note with your budget and the desired illustration, and we can negotiate.
How long does the illustration take?
An illustration of two characters, for example, takes about 2-3 days (without a detailed background).
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