Okay, LET'S DO THIS! ~couragewolfplz (https://www.deviantart.com/couragewolfplz)
For the EXTREMELY LOW PRICE of $9 (you heard me, JUST NINE U.S. DOLLARS) I'll draw you a fully-colored picture of any anime character you wish; be it from your favorite show or your own OC. Awesome, yes? I know! You can have it on a T-shirt, a mouse pad, a mug, a fridge magnet, etc.
"But PoP, why is it so affordable?"
Simple: I won't be worrying about anything except drawing!
The $9 is the price for accomplishing the request. Afterwhich I will make the artwork available as a print in the format you want (mug, shirt, etc.) and then you can order it!
"What if I don't know how to buy stuf
A total shameless plug showcasing how nerdy, geeky, and bereft of a social life I am. :XD: Kidding. Who wouldn't want free stuff, right?
In celebration of Razers 133,337 fans on Facebook, we are going to game-change someones (possibly yours) gaming setup. Wed like to think that its something wed give back to our fans in appreciation for all the support, and what better than with all the very best that Razer has to offer. This sort of giveaway has never been done before. Not until today, and possibly not again for a very long time.
Until the 25th October 2010, one lucky fan will get to score the ultimate gaming
Just watched "Infiltration". Great movie--great storytelling and fantastic ppt animation (from 2008!). Really loved it. Actually story was so good I hit escape the first time I watched it when the character starts deactivating the system. I panicked and thought I had downloaded a Trojan horse. Anyway I took a chance and watched the whole thing a second time
You are truly talented and original.
Congratulations! I started my graphics business as a ppt artist and have encountered lots of disdain for other graphic designers as well as appreciation for what I do. A tool that serves the masses can be astonishing in the hands of the imaginative and creative.
hey i only work in powerpoint also, i cant quite get my head round how you do some of your illustrations in powerpoint, but then again if you may think the same if you look at mine, bottom line, never underestimate powerpoint