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About Varied / Hobbyist Member JewelFemale/United States Groups :iconyoungdigitalartists: YoungDigitalArtists
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Basically, I need to help pay bills. So I'm not accepting commissions for points anymore. I mean I'm not going to stop them completely (that would be insane), just for the time being. I don't know how long that will be, but we'll see.

My commission info can be found here:

Commission chart

and here:

.:Commission info:.

Any and all help is appreciated :)

Thanks!
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Jewel
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United States
I do all kinds of different stuff.

Feel free to look at my gallery, and send me a note if you're interested in booking a commission. I'd be more than happy to get back with you :)
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Emzzzer Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
thnx for the fav ^.^
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Art-Gem Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! ^^
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Art-Gem Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
While lounging around in your living room one Tuesday evening, you're interrupted from your favorite hobby of staring aimlessly at the ceiling by a knock on your door. Curious, you go to open it, only to be greeted by an odd looking woman with brown hair and Bohemian style clothing, whom you've never seen before. She has nothing in her hands except for a small note, which she hands to you with bright eyes and a smile. "Please accept this," she says, and you hesitantly take the small piece of paper from her. You unfold it like a message in a fortune cookie, revealing a simple sentence in cute writing: "You are very welcome." You look back up at the young woman at your doorstep, unsure of what to say but ready to thank her for delivering the message, but she is already gone. You look back down at the thank-you-note and step back inside, shutting the door and walking over to the refrigerator. You pin it to your freezer with a magnet and smile at it, feeling all the warm fuzzies swirl around in your stomach at being appreciated for your artwork...at which point the magnet you used triggers a chemical reaction in the paper and the tiny message self-destructs.
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Gothicthundra Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for being a member of :iconx-men-mania:
Also I would like to remind you, if you haven't already, to add us to your Deviantwatch to know when contests and important updates are happening.
Thank you!
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