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chibi: Uranus by RoadZero
Small Moon by RoadZero
My best chibis so far by RoadZero
Full-body watercoloured chibi.
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I do:
* Prices 50 :points: at max. Yes, it's that cheap. I get my prices higher after each commission batch, though!
* Traditional (sketches, watercolour). Style is closest to anime, also chibies.

Small Moon by RoadZeroRose by RoadZero

Rules:
* No pairings, no nudity, no evil characters, no sexy stuff and fetiches. Fanart okay, furries and ponies have a good chance of being accepted. Can (try to) draw from your description.
* Pick up what you want from my Commissions widget on my page. And pay right there. It's points only for now.

Slots:
1. :icondandrade: - finished
2. :icondandrade: - finished
3. :icondandrade: - finished
4. :iconwhitenoiseghost: - finished
5. :icondandrade: finished
1 slot=1 drawing. Might add more if it will be easy enough for me to complete these 5.
  • Mood: Hurt
Cheerful people, happy people, smart people full of ideas, full of desire to bring better future, keep marching into the abyss of hatred.
Of course, there are radiclas who only live with dream of war. A liberation war or invasive war.
But some people will look perfectly normal and pleasant to your first and second glance... but mention a civil war tragedy near them, and they start spilling words of sarcastic hatred, describing how they're glad that a bunch of people died an awful death. I think, in some time lots of such people will no more be happy and cheerful. They'll be laughing, but not from cheerfulness but from sarcasm, cynical fun over someone's corpses. Can one easily distinct the difference in those kinds of fun?
It's ironical how those people also talked about some "values of European society" to which they wish to bring our country.

happiness call
One of the most important social values of secular society, and European society sure is one, is human happiness. When we see that someone is happy, we tend to forgive them more. "It's for their happiness", "We just want to be happy" is the reason why some laws from the social field are instituted. Yet being happy is not the marker of being right, or, if you don't believe in any "right", of being harmless to surroundings and surrounding people. I've had a theory in past that one can't feel real happiness if they aren't righteous. Now I think I might've been wrong with it. Besides, we tend to confuse cheerfulness with happiness.
In the end, somehow, a cheerful person often seems like someone righteous because, it looks, this person found their place in life and sure must be smart, open-minded and friendly.
But everyone seems to have another side of mind behind the happy side, a dozen of "other sides" sometimes, which you'll never see in social network postings or feel from a brief conversation. Trigger it, and you might see the eyes of abyss glimpsing from a living person. "Personality" is not only what someone expresses; it's everything we bear in our minds. Each of our struggles to change ourselves (or a choice to leave it as is) is part of personality, too.

One person may repost both quotes about how to make yourself and others happy and quotes of "those guys burned like grilled chicken hahaha".

It's not right to blame and condemn people - most of them might still have a good part in them no matter what they do and express. It's not right to justify someone just because they have a good part, either.

All-justifying society is indulging, all-condemning society is unbearable. Evaluation is useless. Value someone and you might undervalue someone else - and if you're a politican or some kind of leader, you'll provoke the civil conflict by that.

the sacrifice
When dozens of people die, thousands change. They either get aroused and awakened from being feverish, bearing the moods of conflict, because they got tackled by shock. Or they make their conclusive step into abyss and agree with having blood on their hands.
Why do people need a tackle that strong to open their mind is another question. Yet maybe the most important one. Was it necessary? Will it be necessary ever after? How many tackles can one's fanatism endure?

Wars and conflicts lay the personalities bare. They nourish butchers and humanists from more or less indifferent, dull and satisfied people. Civil conflict is an indicator of how humanistic is everyone around, including famous people and politicans. It's known that wars are a stimul to economical growth; I say, it's a stimul for personal growth in the most traditional yet powerful meaning (which has nothing to do with peaceful eastern meditational recommendations people recently try to stick into their comfy lives). It is a raw matherial for thinking and creating. Wars bear humanists.

Of course, if they survive.

So, is it really that necessary to carry out a sacrifice?..

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marinajeremic Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New member Professional Traditional Artist
thanks
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andresbestardmaggio Featured By Owner 2 days ago  New member Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you for adding my work to your favourites!

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Maggums345 Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I really love your art, the style is beautiful~! I do a lot of Anime/Manga drawings, it would be amazing if you’d watch me back <3
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hubert61 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
merci pour les favs :)
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RoadZero Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
sure :meow:
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hubert61 Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
merci pour les favs :) (Smile)
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FeConstante Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you so much for the llama! I really appreciate it!! :)
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Shiaty Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  New member Hobbyist
Thank you for +fav !
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EKRZ Featured By Owner May 22, 2014
Thank you very much!
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nekrosith Featured By Owner May 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi, thanks for the fav seņorita ;) :kiss:
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