Portrait Raffle: Closed
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By Bestestcat   |   Watch
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Published: November 10, 2017


Hey guys, I'm doing a raffle of sorts.
You can possible receive a free portrait!

I just ask that do these simple tasks
  1. favorite this journal
  2. And repost this as a journal or status (and please link it)

these steps are not necessary but I would very much appreciate if you did them.

Just fill out the google form, and I'll contact you if you've gotten yourself a portrait!
Just place deviantart: (your username) in the contact if that's how you wish to be contacted! c:

Click here for the google form

Ends Sunday November 12th 2017 at 11:59PM EST




Please keep in mind this raffle isn't deviantart exclusive, this raffle is available on my website and social medias.

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