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new_year_dragon by hoyhoykung, visual art

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Favourite genre of music: indie,dream pop,alternative country or folk
MP3 player of choice: 01. you may crawl-school food punishment

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school food punishment,Texas Pandaa
i open store on gumroad hope you like it  https://gumroad.com/hoyhoykung

HAPPY HOLIDAY by hoyhoykung, journal

/close commission my computer have problem T_T by hoyhoykung, journal

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Amazing works! Thank you so much...Heart 
Your art is beautiful and incredibly inspirational~ :iconkawaiipinkukokoroplz:
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So do you accept commissions? What about the cost? ;)
You have a great sense of design, man. Really attractive stuff!