Upon seeing Sosuke, Ponyo leapt from her resting place at the bottom of the hill and ran to embrace him, hugging and kissing him a dozen times before finally letting go. Sosuke's whole face flushed entirely red. Eight years we've been living together, and she still greets me like we haven't seen each other in ages. Ponyo giggled.
"Good morning Sosuke!" Ponyo got right up close to his face, her red hair brushing his nose. Sosuke laughed nervously.
"Good morning to you too, Ponyo," he managed to spit out, "Say, what were you doing out here?" Ponyo's eyes lit up like stars.
"I was talking to mom!"
"Huh? Mom's inside, Po
Hey, peeps! I've been thinking about this for a while...I'm thinking of starting commissions. Obviously, I would need to think of a plan for what type of art I'll be doing, the prices of everything, how I'll be paid for it, the types of programs I may or may not use, how long a project will take, how much time I'll be able to work on them with my even crazier schedule, etc. If I am to start doing commissions, it'll most likely be next year in 2019. If I do start commissions, I will definitely have finished all my art requests so I don't have those sitting on the shelves. And now, I ask you peeps...should I start doing commissions? If so, plea