- Apr 17, 2021
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Hi - Can i use these with proper credit to you?
Ah, makes sense. Those new Treekin characters are so cool! I was looking at the carrot and tomato character you did previously in the first set, and thought that a leek or parsnip might also be amusing, but I guess not to everyone's taste!@turbobumblepuppy
Overall I have found 'goofy' battlers such as food based monsters to be less popular, hence why I tend to stick around the more serious(ish) side of things nowadays.
That's not to say the odd silly thing doesn't manage to slip in from time to time, I just can't help it; so I'll certainly keep it in mind.
If I want to use some of them for commercial projects, how can I pay you?
Free for commercial use on the condition you sell me your soul! Scratch that, credit and prior notice is all that I ask...
All souls are welcome in donationYou can pay him with your soul
Wait you're still making basic animated sideview ? I thought you switched into dragonbone making entirely, ahah ! Anyway good job as usualAll souls are welcome in donation
Legends speak of weapons which upon being passed down from warrior to warrior slaying many great foes across the generations, that said weapon may come to develop a will of its own.
Influenced by the hands that wielded them and the blood of the foes which tainted them, each blade forms a unique will of its own.
Perhaps the will of a holy demon slayer shall form from the hands of faithful paladins, slaying monstrous beings in the name of justice. But should their will weaken, should the will of the demonic beasts they slay be stronger than that of their own, demonic taint left impurified, a twisted will of death and destruction may form instead.
Whilst no more than legend, the tales of such will infused weapons turning on their masters stand as a testament towards the importance of treating one's blade with the upmost of care.