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as i promised I'm taking commissions again! *needs to save money for next year*
so, read carefully all the information bellow and PLZ, just note me if you are sure you're going to commission me, if you have any question, leave a comment HERE and not by note!
ATTENTION!! I can't promise that I will be able to finish your order before Christmas. So I'd advice not to order a Christmas gift or something of the sort that needs to be finished before 25th. //copied from ichan-desu//
Digital, Cell/ anime style
Fullbody- $60 + possible additional fees
Halfbody (knee up)- U$50 + possible additional fees
* Simple or no background.
* I have the right to refuse your commission if I think I am unable to successfully do it.
* After you have fully paid, I will start on your commission and send you an approval sketch;
*DO NOT note me to reserve a slot, only
Bust Sketches | $20 each | 8" x 10" | 300dpi |
Color Headshots | $45 each | 8" x 10" | 300dpi |
Color Half-body | $75 each | 8" x 10" | 300dpi |
Color Full-Body | $100 each | 8" x 10" | 300dpi |
Color & sketches character sheet | $175 | 11" x 14" | 300dpi |
(comes with THREE full color headshots and FOUR simple sketches w/no color)
All commissions will be 300dpi
If you're interested, please send me an email at first.fruits[at]hotmail.com! Include which type of commission you want and any character references/information. First come, first served! Payment accepted via paypal only! Full payment up front, no exceptions. Sorry!
A Turning Point in the Clockwork WarA war of attrition
depends on supply and drawdown,
how much you have and how much you use up.
With personnel, the balance concerns
the influx of recruitment versus
the outflow of casualties, deserters, invalids.
There is only so much loss
that a fighting force can sustain
and still fight.
Pilot Claude Archer was the first
to challenge his invalid discharge.
"I don't need legs to fly," he said,
patting the healed stumps of his thighs.
"My Osprey runs on elbow grease."
The members of the discharge board
paused and looked at each other.
What he said was true.
The Osprey-class fighter jets
relied on hand controls,
and a sharp eye and iron nerve.
Fingers flicked through the stack
of discharge papers -- so many, many pages.
So many soldiers lost, never to fight again.
They could not afford to let slip even one
who might be retained, somehow,
to face the front line once more.
Far less could the war effort spare
one of its best pilots.
So they put Pilot Archer back on the roster,
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