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Edit: COMPLETE MAKEOVER! I've been updating my old makers to look much more professional, or at least to appear nice looking(wolf maker in progress, will take a lot longer than this little fella though.) So here's the "new" Zorua dress-up, feeling more like a dress up and not just a "I made this to show off my new color picker" type deal. If you want something added, feel free to suggest it. :3 In fact, PLEASE SUGGEST ITEMS because for the life of me, I couldn't think of what to make for the head! Dx I tried to imagine most people would end up using this(other than something to fart away the time) to make mystery dungeon characters. And when I thought, "What would a pokemon wear?" I came up with a blank. ._. Aside from the Skarmory head armors, I got zilch.

-You may not sell these for points or money(real or fake). You cannot use them for any sort of profit, even if it is a made up currency for a game or website. No selling(other languages): No vender. Ne vendez pas. Nie sprzedawać. Nicht verkaufen.
-You cannot enter them in contests or use them in art trades.
-Do not use them in website layouts or in your own games.
 Do not re-create the lineart and redistribute. 

-You may upload these to the scrap sections of your Deviantart gallery.
-You may edit them.
-You may use this to create FREE adoptables, characters for stories, roleplay, books and website avatars.
-You may re-draw them in your own art style and use the image you drew in what ever way you choose(But NOT if you trace or copy them).
-While it is not required, say thanks to me by linking back to this deviation so that others may find it. 8D

For PC- There should be a key on your keyboard that says Prt Scr(Print Screen), press it, then open up an image program like Paint or Photoshop and Paste the image.
For Laptops-There should be an "Fn" button somewhere on your keyboard, press and hold it and hit your prt scr button at the same time. Then open up an image program like Paint or Photoshop and paste the image.
For Macs-Command+Shift+4 makes you select an area of the screen and then saves the shot on the desktop.
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June 10, 2011
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