READ THIS: Due to problems with my dashboard, I can not make posts from one of my computers. I will not switch laptops just to make posts UNLESS IT'S SUPER IMPORTANT but lol that never happens. I welcome all of my followers.
Okay so basically I got in an accident yesterday. Thankfully no one was hurt, but the problem is I need $500 to pay my dad back for the insurance deductible. Unfortunately I do not have that money. So for the time being I’m opening art and writing commissions.
Writing commissions are $5 for 1000 words. I’ll write just about anything you want, you just have to give me the information so that I can write it correctly.
Small unmoving pixels like this cost about $3, but depending on the amount of details involved with the character you may have to pay extra. Also if you want them to move it will cost an extra $1 for eyeblinking and $3 if you want bouncing/sparkles.
Walking sprite sheets like this cost about $5 per view. You get five images of the character moving (which includes feet movement and usually hair or clothing movement depending on what they wear). -So if you want front and back view sprites it will cost $10, but each view gets you at least 5 sprites-
If you want a larger sprite like this it will cost about $7 because they tend to take me all day to make. Animation is an extra $3, which includes eye movement, hair movement, bouncing or sparkles. Any additional movement or extremely detailed clothing will cost extra.
Fullbody art commissions like this star at about $10 because I shade them and it takes a lot of time. Backgrounds are an extra $5 for detailed and $1 for gradient of color of your choice. I’ll draw just about anything, including anthros.
Bust art Commissions sort of like this cost about $4 since I can do them pretty quickly. It will come with line art and color so don’t worry. Backgrounds do not cost extra for these unless you want something complicated.
Sketches of any sort, including things like this, are just $1. If you want it colored it will cost an additional $2, however coloring will be flat and there will be no lineart.
Donations are always welcome too. I’m doing what I can, but I really need to earn this back so my dad doesn’t throw me on the curb.
If you are interested in a commission please send me a message! I will send you a quote about how much it will cost and if you decide to go through with it, it will only cost 10% up front. The rest will be paid after I finish your work. I will send progress pictures as I go along and if you want I can even try to livestream it for you.
Thank you so much! And even if you can’t buy anything I would really appreciate it if you could pass this on!
Five weeks after ExxonMobil’s Pegasus pipeline ruptured and spewed thousands of barrels of tar sands oil in Mayflower, Arkansas, residents are stuck “on their own” as they suffer from health problems following noxious black cloak that enveloped their neighborhood.
“Both the subdivision and the cove look more like construction sites than neighborhoods,” Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel said at a press conference on Tuesday of the cove area of Lake Conway. “There’s heavy equipment everywhere, much of it contaminated with oil as it goes down roads and through people’s yards.”
And in contrast to claims from the government and ExxonMobil that the air is safe to breathe, McDaniel said, “Many continue to suffer from headaches and nausea and air sampling continues to show the carcinogen benzene remains in the air.”
As InsideClimate News reported Wednesday, Arkansas Department of Health residents who’ve been experiencing symptoms like nausea, vomiting and dizziness are “on their own.” Dr. William Mason, chief of emergency response at the Arkansas Department of Health, said that if people in the area of the tar sands spill were feeling adverse health effects, “the option for them to leave is their personal choice.”