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Keeper of the KilnWhen I was a child, my entire world was the forest. I don’t mean that just because my family home was situated right within the largest forest in the area, but also because it was our livelihood. You see, my father was a collier, better known as a charcoal burner, as was his brother and their father before them. It was a trade that required much time, skill, and patience. First, you would have to go out into the forest and fell the trees. Next, you would chop the wood up into logs, which would be arranged into a conical pile around posts to make a kiln. The kiln was then covered in grass and moss and a fire was lit inside of it. Finally, the wood would burn, all the while being carefully tended to make sure that the proper temperature was maintained to produce the charcoal. This process would take roughly a week, and would produce just enough charcoal to put food on our table until we had to begin all over again.
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Art Raffle !!RESULT!!thank you very much for all of you!
if thats, you, please send me a note with your character reference!
i can also deliver your prize to you but you would have to pay for the shipping.
-for personal use only
-i will not re-draw or re-color your prize for any reason
thank you so much for all the support you all!!
since my donation pool became full, i decided to open a raffle~ yay!
but sorry there will be only one winner!
announced at April 2nd (im just avoiding the April fools)
Prize will be colored half-body
Rules/How to join:
be my watcher (why would you want my art if you don't like me...?) of course new are welcome!
fave the journal
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