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Journal Entry: Mon Aug 8, 2016, 2:27 PM
Yup, I'm back from an outstanding summer volunteering at a
Bible Camp in northern Michigan!

Much was learned and confidence was gained!

As for my activity here, I have been busy preparing for art school and only have
a few weeks left until it all begins. We'll see just how much time I have
to be online interacting with my watchers and posting/drawing art. I have had
to take over a lot of housekeeping duties and more and more of the
responsibilities that come with transitioning to adulthood.

I've been looking forward to going to this school for years upon years!
And of course, since it's an art school and I'm not strictly taking Gen Ed classes
for the first year, I'll hopefully have some assignments that I'll be able to share.

So... I'm stuck here for at least a huge chunk of a year! Perhaps being a
camp counselor again will be an option for me next summer, or
maybe it won't. The future! How little of it I know!


Returning Early August

Journal Entry: Sat Jun 18, 2016, 9:17 PM
Brief news! Just as the title says, I will be returning in early August after working at a camp for six weeks.

Any prayer is greatly appreciated; what an amazing ministry opportunity that has been placed in front of me!

Thanks!


I Have Returned

Journal Entry: Sat May 14, 2016, 7:23 PM
From college! What a year... growth, friendship, challenges,
joys, and love!

So, for the past eight months, I learned such a huge amount
 I can't even begin to say just how much I've changed because of this
time spent among other brothers and sisters in Christ.

Before I begin explaining everything, I have to
apologize for seemingly disappearing off the face of the planet. I had
no time at all to draw, because it was spent in my studies and...
well, actually, I had a social life. I mean it! And boy, my mind was
opened to countless new venues---people are interesting! People
need people! People matter.

So, I attended Frontier School of the Bible for my first year in college. I began
spending a lot of time in my room and being my generally quiet self. I was
warned ahead of time to not be elusive and get out more. I took that
invitation lightly and needless to say, not much changed for a little while.
I had a very close friend, and I tended to speak to him (not exclusively,
but nearly so) for the first semester. I felt like I was somehow
becoming "more social" by being around this particular person
and being in an environment where there were people "around."
However, I was still that quiet girl that didn't like to speak to people. She
wasn't real, she wasn't open, and she didn't really care. There was a lot
of growth first semester, don't get me wrong. But there were things that I
was not properly doing. I was doing some things that weren't right, and I'm
telling you this, come Christmas Break, it became vehemently obvious.

I was able to visit my grandparents in Colorado, and my dad and brother
came to visit. Now, prior to my going to school, my mom passed away
April 2015. She was diagnosed with breast cancer ten years ago and she
finally, finally was able to meet with her Savior. She always said,
"There's never a bad time to go to Heaven!"
...And she was right. Her favorite passage of Scripture was Psalm 17:15,
which says, "And I-in righteousness I will see your face. When I awake, I
will be satisfied with seeing your likeness." It is comforting to know
that she is doing that very thing, right now! She is face-to-face with
the Creator, the one who made her and loved her!

At her funeral, she only wanted one thing; to share the Gospel with
everyone in that room. To let them know that God loves them so much,
He gave his only Son, Jesus, to pay for all our wrongdoing, so we don't
have to. And that by believing in Jesus, we can meet with Him in
Heaven when our time on Earth is up.

Romans 3:23 says, "For all have sinned and fall short of the glory
of God." We are all sinners. That is the bad news, but the story doesn't
end there! Even though God is perfect and will not allow flawed sinners
by themselves to enter Heaven, He has made it possible for us to be
with Him, anyway!

Romans 6:23 - "For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God
is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord." Even though we deserve
death by sinning, God's grace allows us eternal life. But the verse
says that eternal life is a GIFT! We must accept a gift given to us.
To accept this, we must believe Christ died on the cross for us!
That is it!

That is it!

John 3:16 is used often to explain this, but it so powerful! "For God
so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son,
that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but
have everlasting life.
"

From this verse in the Bible, God promises that we will have
eternal life if we believe Jesus died for our sins. Our sins are paid
for. We just need to believe.

And if there is anything I learned at Frontier School of the Bible, it is that
this message needs to be heard all throughout the world. So many
people shy away from speaking it and telling people about it, but it
is my job to teach it.

And that was Mom's job, too. That's why she wanted this to be spoken at
her funeral. This was the message she was born to tell!

So, please, if you have questions, send me a message. It can be private,
or any way you find comfortable. What matters most to me is that
your questions are answered and more people will get to know the
Lord.

...Backtracking.
Over Christmas Break, I was reminded of Mom again. When I left, she had
died only four months beforehand, but it had been another four months.
What began to happen was that life at home seemed to be on "pause"
in my perception and that that everything at home was as it was when I left.
It even got to the point where I was so used to thinking Mom was home,
I was able to subconsciously believe she was still there, being an active
part of my family. I knew she was gone, but I still wasn't used to thinking
of myself as living in a household of merely three after only four months.
So, during my entire time at school, I began to get out of the loop. Reality
wasn't able to strike me. I was living in this fantasy. When I saw my family
again after those months, I actually began to see how much we've changed.
It broke me. I was doing something I should not have been involved in, even
when I thought it was the right thing. I thought God wanted it for me, and I
was pursuing it, but it was wrong. Just coming face-to-face with my family
and realizing the horrifying conviction made me throw in the towel and
end what it was... and that was difficult for a number of parties. What I'm
describing may seem vague, but it is still something I feel odd about
submitting publicly, at least in detail.

So, the next semester rolled by. At the beginning I was counting down
the days until the end of the year, and I wasn't sure how I could handle
myself with all these people watching me. I felt like they all knew what
happened and they all thought I was this horrible person, but in hindsight,
there was nothing to worry about. I tend to blow so much out of proportion.

This was merely guilt that Satan was trying to bring me down with. I had
already apologized and confessed my wrongdoing, but I was still beating
myself up about it, and, even now, occasionally do. But, knowing that God
always forgives and loves me no matter what I've done, the feelings can be
dealt with.

So, I had to move on. I told this very special person everything that had
happened over Christmas Break, and he was able to help me get through
it. He helped so many other hurting people over that time as well! God
has truly blessed him with the ability to be compassionate and
understanding. He has this desire to help others even when it costs him.

And, outside my family, he was my first true friend.

One day I mentioned to him that I wanted to be "more social" and I felt
kinda like a hermit inside my room. I wanted to improve my social skills and
make some more friends in this environment, since I wouldn't always
 be surrounded by fellow believers. That initial desire ended up sparking so
much more later on. What first started off as just wanting to learn how to
communicate properly extended to a yearning to care and respond to others.
It went beyond just wanting to come out of my shell and learning not to be
a nervous wreck just talking to others. I began to really care about
the people I opened up to. But so much was holding me back. The reason
that socializing had paralyzed me all throughout my teenage years was
because I was self-conscious about who I was. I wasn't at all comfortable
in my own skin, and even today, that is a struggle. I wasn't aware of this,
of course. I simply thought I was "being myself" even though
I was actually this egomaniac with an easily-identifiable
character people could attribute to me. I was not a person, I was a mask
with a personality I made out of cardboard and glitter.

But I wasn't alone in this instance. The more I opened up to this friend,
the more he expressed that the similarities seemed to overlap between
he and I. We'd gone through many of the same things. He had struggled with
much of what I was going through his freshman year. I found myself going
to him for so many things. It wasn't always like that, though. At first, I was
apprehensive about sharing my thoughts and feelings with someone I wasn't
completely familiar with, but he had this way of getting information from me.
His demeanor was quite unique---he was this huge guy and I'm this teeny
tiny itty bitty little girl, but he had this "gentle giant" flavor about him,
 and I was able to tell that he truly cared about how I was doing.
Now, I wasn't used to this at all. Being a pastor's kid and have had a
sick mother for the past ten years, I've had a LOT of people say that they
will "be there for me" or tell me to "come to me if you need anything",
so I was certain that this was that whole spiel again. But... no. Not at all.
This person was very different.

I kid you not---
He was able to memorize my walk style and facial expressions and tell
if something was wrong with me. If I didn't have a certain "spring in my
step" or something, he knew there was a lot going through my mind.

So, he asked me about it. Constantly. Every day. Sometimes, I really didn't
want to talk about it. If I didn't want to talk about it with him, he would tell
me to express it to someone else. That was foreign to me. I wasn't used to
telling people about my day... These sorts of things I kept to myself.
Why would anyone want to hear how my day has been?

But I learned a lot from this person. I told him about my struggles and I
let loose the floodgates. When I did that---when I was HONEST about
my situation---that's when we began to connect. That's when we were able
to see each other in ourselves.

He was already being transparent with me, but it was his initial offer of
friendship that allowed me to open up and show my weaknesses to him
afterward. He helped me come out of my shell more and more.

Because of his influence, it was made possible for me to cultivate
deeper friendships with more people. I was able to enjoy the company
of a number of folks afterward...

And this rarity.

This person was able to open up to me not too long ago, and I dearly wish
that we'd gotten to know each other earlier in the year, but he has also
been a remarkable help to me, as short of a time it's been. We're different,
yet so bizarrely similar. Because of those similarities, I was able to tell
him things I wouldn't have dared tell anyone else, because I knew he would
be the only person in the world who could understand. I cannot thank
him enough for listening and for being there.

But it is comforting to know that we are still able to communicate to
each other, even being so far away...

I don't know when... or if... that opportunity will ever arise again--
to connect with someone in that way---but as long as we are able to
contact one another, this friendship is dearly needed!

Thank you! Thank you, God, for putting these people in my life!
You are truly the One who arranges all of this! How could I ever doubt
the plans you have for me!? Oh, the reminders You instill in
FRIENDS alone are enough to show me! Please keep showing me
just how perfect Your plans are.

Over Spring Break, I went on a missions trip. There were 6 of us from school
who ended up going, and each of us learned valuable and life-changing
lessons that will be with us for the rest of our lives. I saw this happen
over the course of merely a week... but none of us were the same afterward.
Each of us grew closer as our strengths and weaknesses were exposed
to one another. We each worked together, and it became so obvious as to
what exactly our part in the mission was.

We went to the Grand Canyon to reach the children in a Native American
tribe down there. The kids were on Spring Break, so there was no school
where they lived for that week. When we arrived, we started to play with
them and show them that we loved them. We arranged VBS at the Bible
Church down there and emphasized God's unending love for them.
Every day, the team would wake up to the kids talking amongst one another
outside the house the women were staying in for the night. They were
so excited to see us again, they would arrive at the break of dawn just to
play!

By the end of the trip, our hearts changed. I can say that for me, I was a
nervous wreck at the beginning of the week. I didn't know where my place
was, and I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to teach properly and all
sorts of selfish things I shouldn't have been worried about. But one of my
good friends  was able to reassure me that even though
she was nervous, she was going this for God! That inspired me
for the rest of the week. I needed to get over it and be a tool used for God's
purpose. I needed to be usable. Soooo over the course of the next
week, things got a lot less scary when I narrowed down just
what these kids needed to hear, and what was most important. We had
a mission. We needed to share the Gospel and show these children
God's love. The fear that crippled me at the beginning of the week was
basically gone. It was replaced by the strength and peace that the Lord
provides!

Afterward, we became so much closer. Friendship was able to more
easily blossom between each of us, and, considering we went on a
life-changing adventure together, it should be that way!

It was also the time that things really began to change inside me, and at
a pretty quick pace as well. Finding joy in what the Lord has done for me,
and really enjoying the people around me was something that helped.
Simply allowing myself to love God enough to want to be used for His
work was what really kickstarted it, though. I have to remind myself
to be what He wants me to be, under the sole reason that He loved
me enough to die for me. The least I can do is do what He tells me to!

So, I was able to genuinely enjoy every moment at school from that time
on. Even though there were challenges I had to face, I was still
thankful I was there, and around friends that cared for and loved me.

But as time wore on, a difficult decision had to be made. As the end
of the year neared, I realized that I might not be coming back next
semester and perhaps I was drawn in a different direction. That
reality became more and more apparent to me as THE END crept
up day after day.

I knew I wouldn't return to this wonderful blessing of a school, filled
with marvelous people that I love and will never forget for the rest
of my life!

I woke up early and stayed up as late as my body would allow. I
wanted more time with these precious, precious people. Most of these
compassionate, loving friends I will not see again for a long time. I
cherished every moment with them.

I grew closer to my friends each day...

But eventually, the time came where we had to part.

I love them. And the only reason for loving them is because
God loved me first. All of the lessons I learned over the last year---
too many to count---are all because of God's love for each and
every one of us. The only reason we have any love for each other
is because of all of the love He showed us on the cross!

And the purpose for this post---the purpose for my life---
is to show every person just that! It seems impossible to love
the world as Christ did, but that's the standard He set, and
that is the standard that I SHOULD be living by, whether I do or not!


Point and Money Commissions Closed

Journal Entry: Sat Jan 2, 2016, 1:15 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

Thank you so much for commissioning me! I appreciate it
so much, and I will post all of the work very soon! :wave:

For Christmas Break, I have found time to open commissions again
in case any of you were interested in purchasing one from me!


There are a few options to choose from, but if you want a sketch,
a concept design, a painted or drawn headshot, or just want me to
render your character to look realistic, I'm up for it! Let me know
what you want, and we can work out a price. :D

Slots:
1. :iconblurrdurr: - complete
2. :icontaiakii: - complete
3. :iconteelia: - complete
4. :iconp00fking: - complete
5. :iconcometshine: - complete
6. :iconwarewolves:
7. :iconeikthyrmir: - complete

I do have six guidelines:

- I try to avoid displays of affection.

- Make sure your characters are not official designs. They can be in a fandom, however.
For example, no pikachus, but it can be a character based off of an established world.

- I will not begin your commission unless I have already been paid
(this is for my own safety to avoid scams!)

- Payment through Points or Paypal (USD). $1 = 100 Points for me.

 - Please send me a note if you would like to commission me via Paypal.
I can send invoices if you are more comfortable with that option!

- The commissioner the sole owner of the artwork you have purchased from me.
If you want me to remove the signature so you can use it for commercial purposes, ask.

- I will send you a preview of your commission beforehand and request
your approval to finish the piece (and you can tell me what to fix).
When I finish your commission upon your approval, and you simply do
not like what I've done afterward, I will give back half the money I was
paid.
Tweaks or changes to the finished product are okay, of course! Refunds are
available only if I really mess up after your specific approval, and deviate
from your initial requests!
By commissioning me you agree to this policy, but don't worry, 
I have never had to do this before, even once! =) (Smile)

-

Avatar (500x500)

Blurrdurr by Urnam-BOT Teelia by Urnam-BOT
Eikthyrmir by Urnam-BOT

$18/1800 :points:

Cell/Soft-Shaded
Cometshine by Urnam-BOT
Criio by Urnam-BOT Bukowskl by Urnam-BOT
Vitarex by Urnam-BOT Teelia by Urnam-BOT
Warewolves by Urnam-BOT
$25/2500 :points:
Painted background like the top/bottom right example is an additional
$10/1000 :points:
(Specify what kind of shading you want; soft or cell)

-

Colors
Yumisuu by Urnam-BOT  Taiakii by Urnam-BOT
$35/3500 :points:

-

Painted Headshot
Aak Headshot by Urnam-BOT
$35/3500 :points:
(Details are almost fully rendered)

-

Painting
Cometshine by Urnam-BOT
Preparations by Urnam-BOT
P00fking by Urnam-BOT
Cometshine by Urnam-BOT

$50/5000 :points:

Fully-Rendered Painting

Everything Under the Sun by Urnam-BOT

$100/10,000 :points:


New Speedpaint!

Journal Entry: Sun Apr 26, 2015, 3:36 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I haven't uploaded a video in ages! Well, with some brand spankin' new pro
software I'm ready to create a whole ton of vids.




Mankind Goes to Mars

Journal Entry: Mon Mar 2, 2015, 5:17 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I feel entirely like I am in a dream, or like I have just finished a science-fiction novel
and have been daydreaming ever since. But no... this is the real deal.

I have always wondered when the human race would even consider planting
a foot or two on Mars' surface, but it seems closer than ever, and the "possible" mission
seems like a hoax or a part of a good book. Science fiction is once again
becoming science fact.

You only need to search Google to find article after article on the subject.

Apart from any concerns I have (and there are plenty) I am nearly jumping
on and off the walls in excitement that this "fictional" idea is finally bringing itself
to life. I would have never guessed any manned Mars mission
and permanent settlement there
could have happened so early. My only hope is that if it happens, it's a success. However,
I am also not looking to this project in complete optimism. I won't cover
them right now, but there are so many things I see could go completely awry.

But either way, I want to see it happen. I feel starry-eyed (no pun intended) but
completely cynical at the same time. Only time will tell how this all pans out.

Ugh, time.

My only regrets are that I did not know about this project sooner (although
Mars One rings a bell somehow) and my only disappointment...

I don't get to go.


We celebrate the day I came from... well, you know

Journal Entry: Wed Feb 4, 2015, 5:57 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

Once again I find myself in shock at the amount of people who have
taken time out of their days to simply congratulate someone on their birthday.

Well done, folks...  you have done well to warm up my cold, shriveled, aluminum heart.

There was a lot more I wanted to say but am currently unable to find the right
words, so I will leave it at this:

It feels empowering and exciting to finally step into adulthood with so
many new responsibilities and freedoms. I feel like I've reached over a roadblock
and now have more control over my life than I ever have, and that's true.

I just want to thank you for telling me "happy birthday". Not much more to
add to that, and that's pretty much it. But what I would like you all to know is that
I never expected so many people to care or want to tell me "happy birthday". It
might not seem like much, but it's just a reminder that there's a person who knows
you and cares about you.

I'm going to end this abruptly, but I will get through the kind messages in
a bit; possibly a few days. I have to stick my body in a blanket cocoon for the night,
but until then!

-Urnam


Blender Help

Journal Entry: Fri Jan 9, 2015, 3:11 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

EDIT: It seems my questions have been answered pretty well. Thank you
for the help, everyone. ;)

For the past week or so, I've been experimenting with Blender/Sculptris/etc.

I have a model all made up and everything (imported from Sculptris because
it's considerably easier to use esp. for a beginner) and cannot, for the life of all that is holy,
actually open the Image Window.

I've been at it for hours and I'm finally resorting to, er... asking people how to do it.

I've tried the Shift+F10 hotkey (being a Mac, it only turned the volume off) and tried
looking for the Image tab in the program, but I'm not familiar enough with
Blender to know where it would be. I watched tutorial after tutorial to see how I
could slip up that window in some possible way, but to no avail. I even tried to see
if the Image bar could help, and apparently, I even opened a new image file to edit
and I just can't see it.

The reason I ask is because my computer becomes laggy when attempting to
paint with Sculptris and only runs at about 4-5 FPS. I also tried painting
directly onto the model in Blender, but the results were less than stellar. I wanted
to try out texture painting in Blender, but then that problem arose.

Also, yes, the model is able to be unwrapped. As far as I know, the UVs are "set right"
so that I can actually use the image window (once it's opened)... but for those of
you who are more experienced with the program, is there something special
I need to do beforehand to open it?


Long, Long Meme

Journal Entry: Sat Dec 27, 2014, 4:18 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I stole this from one of my commissioners. What? I'm in Colorado and there's
nothing here but tumbleweeds and popped ears. And sugar city. Boy, what
a sight that was.

Not.:iconheplz:

1. Name: Sarah
2. Nickname(s): n/a
3. Birthday: 2/4/97
4. That makes you: 17
5. Where were you born: Kalamazoo, MI
6. Location right now: Colorado... Colorado...
7. Shoe size: 9
8. How many piercings?: 1 (Ears... or would that be two? Conundrum.)
9. Tattoos?: 0
10. When you wake up you're: Tired
11. When your about to sleep you're: Thinking
12. Zodiac sign: Aquarius
13. Chinese sign: America - Ox
China - Rat (Chinese New Year)
14. Righty or Lefty: Righty
15. Innie or Outie: Innie
16. School: High School

Section Two: Looks

17. Nationality: American (German background)
18. Hair color: Dark brown
20. Weight: 112 lbs
21. Height: 5'2"
22. Braces? Taken off a while ago
23. Glasses? *contacts

Section Three: Private Life

24. Do you have a boy/girlfriend? Nope.
25. If so, who? n/a
26. If not, do you have a crush on someone? Not really
27. Who has a crush on you? No idea.
28. Ever cheated on your bf/gf? n/aNo.
29. Who was your first kiss: n/a
30. Who was your last kiss: n/a
31. Are you a virgin? Very yes.
32. Ever had a threesome before? Ew
33. Every been swarmed by ladybugs?: Nope. Close. One summer. Early 2000's. Scary.
34. Have you ever been in love? Nope.
35. Broken any hearts? Nope.
36. Got your heart broken? Nope.
37. Ever liked a friend? Nope.
38. What happened? n/a

Section Four: Past Relationships

39. How many relationships have you been in? Zero... very zero.
40. How many were serious enough to count: Zero
41. Who were those serious ones: Zero
42. Funnest hook-ups: I don't hook up.
43. What made them different: n/a
44. What happened: n/a
45. Best boy/girlfriend: n/a
46. Worst boy/girlfriend: n/a
47. Ever been kissed: Nope.
48. Who do you want back: n/a
49. Who do you regret: n/a
50. Why?: n/a

(I'll admit the amount of "zero"s ad "n/a"s in this is a bit sad.

Section Five: Favourites

51. Song: Various songs from ELO... Calling Occupants by Klaatu, a few Beatles songs...
I just realized how much of a dork I am.
52. Movie: Wall-E/Finding Nemo
53. Food: "Chinese" food.
54. Drink: Juice
55. Store: Bath and Body Works, oh yes.
56. Television show: Don't know. I'm into Doctor Who, Face-Off, that kind of thing.
57. Holiday: I dunno... Christmas?
58. Book: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
59. Ice cream: Anything without nuts and caramel. Think mint/cookies and cream/vanilla bean
60. Sweets: I like fruit snacks.
61. Crisps: Lightly salted potato chips or tortilla chips and salsa.
62. Type of music: Anything goes.
63. Artist: Electric Light Orchestra
64. Word: Cantankerous
65. Time of day: 5-6
66. Dressing: Caesar? Italian? Not sure.
67. Alcoholic drink: Sober.
68. Colour(s): Purple.


Purple...



69. Piece of clothing: Er... sweatshirts?
70. Character: My own!
71. Smell: "Secret Wonderland" scent from Bath and Body works... I have
to order it online since it isn't in the store anymore.
72. Shampoo: Frizz-Ease (I have thick, thick, curly hair)
73. Soap: I love soaps that smell different from the Dove brand.
74. Smiley: I typically use this one: :iconilied-plz: (Even though it isn't a smiley)
75. Board game: Chess
76. Sport: Uhhhhhhh, soccer? You know, soccer suddenly becomes amazing when
you go to Europe. In Germany. When they win the World Cup. At 11-12 at night.
77. Number: 7 (it looks bendy and trendy)
78. Quote: "For we walk by faith, not by sight." -2 Corinthians 9:7
79. Animal: Great white shark
80. Actor: Will Ferrel and Jim Carrey
82. Vegetable: I have to choose one? Peas, green beans, carrots, celery, corn, parsnips,
onions, pickles/cucumbers, zucchini...
83. Fruit: Apples, oranges, bananas, clementines, lemons and limes (on other food),
watermelon, cantaloupe... and I love pretty much all dried fruit.
84. Place to be: I loved Germany.
85. Thing in your room: This device I am using.
86. Gum: Stride
87. Shape: Triangle
88. Country: Germany
89. Mall: Any mall
90. Car: Any car as long as it runs.
91. Boy's name: Samuel, Gavin
92. Girl's name: Bernadette
93. Family member: Oh, cold question.
94. Restaurant: Fuji Yama/PF Chang's
95. Movie place: Hollywood B) or anything cheap theater. :P
96. Person to go to the movies with: Alone
97. Noise: Electronic melodies
98. Brand of shoe: Anything that feels nice.
99. Brand of clothing: Anything that looks nice. Although I do like the patterns on
Vera Wang clothing.
100. Body part of a chicken: Eyeball. :icongrinstareplz: Oh, you mean to eat? Breast.
101. Swear word: I don't swear.
102. Month: February
103. Possession: My Mac
104. Team: Not interested in sports.
105. Season: Summer
106. Radio station: I don't listen to the radio.
107. Magazine: I don't read magazines regularly.
108. Favourite grade: 12, because I'm outta here.
109. Least favourite grade: 6... 6... 6...
110. Teacher: My German teacher.
111. Least favourite teacher: English 11. Knew I should have taken AP.
112. Subject: Science/German
113. Subject to talk about: Science/German

Section Six: Family

114. Who's your mum?: Sheryl (Sheri)
115. Who's your dad?: Matthew
116. Any step-parents?: Nope.
117. Any brothers?: Joshua
118. Any Sisters?: Nope.
120. Coolest: Everyone. But my brother. :iconheplz:
121. Loudest: My brother.
122. Best relative: Cold question.
123. Worse relative: I'm turning blue.
124. Do you get along with your parents? Great.
125. With your siblings? My brother's fine. Occasionally. :iconheplz:
126. Does anyone understand you? Nope.
127. Do you have any pets?: Two greyhounds and a corn snake.
128. If so, what kind and name? Flash and Flyer for the dogs, and Cleatus for the snake.
129. If not, what do you want as a pet?: n/a (but I want a cat. B] )

Section Seven: School

131. Are you still in school? Yes.
132. Did you drop out?: No.
133. Your current GPA: 3.7
134. Do you buy or bring lunch?: Bring it every day.
135. ABC's?: Can do.
136. Favorite class: Science/German
137. Play any sports at school? Funny.
138. Are you popular? Nope. I was kicked out of the nerd crowd not too
long ago. It's less sad than it sounds.
139. Favourite memory: School does not contain many great memories. I suppose
winning first in my school's art contest. (vs. 400 other entries, yeah!)
140. Most humiliating moment: Okay, okay, okay...

I was in 9th grade.

My Health teacher told us to get on the ground and lay facing upward, and he
turned the lights off. He then began to help us all relax.

"Breathe in...

breathe out...

breathe in...

breathe out...

Now clench."

*Giant fart*

*Raucous 9th grade laughter*

Later...

"Sarah, do you know who did it!?"

"Uhhh, I heard it coming from over there." *points to where I was lying*

141. Funniest moment: See previous question.
142. Most scared moment: See previous question.

Section Eight: What do you think of when you hear

145. Chicken: Chicken
146. Dog: Dog
147. Christina Aguilera: Lady with huuuuge earrings.
148. Ricky Martin: Sounds hot.
149. 50 cent: A candy wrapper that says "50 cents".
150. Poop: Long rope made of poop (don't ask).
151. Beach: Oceanside
152. Desert: Cactus. Sand. Little snake being burned by the sun.
153. Water: Toilet (I have a dirty mind.)
154. Osama: Yesterday I was asked what the VP of the USA was. I meant to say Joe Biden
but Osama Bin Laden came out... probably from those "Obama Biden" posters
from the last election.
155. Love: Big gaudy heart.
156. Your little brother: Josh.
157. Butt: Mine. Oh, how sexy it is.
158. Clowns: Lip stick.
159. Wonder: A big rainbow explosion of sparkles, Spongebob repeating "imagination"
over and over again, and lots of people waving their hands.
16o. Brown: Poop. (Am I cool now? I thought the cool kids had filthy minds.)
161. Banana: Banana. And yellow.
162. Sex: Big gaudy heart. But redder.
163. Parents: My parents.
164. Homosexuals: Rainbow.
165. God: Amazing.

Section Nine: Do you believe in

166. God: Yes.
167. Heaven: Yes.
168. Devil: Yes.
169. Hell: Yes.
170: Boogy man: No.
171. Closet Monsters: No.
172. Fortune tellings: No.
173. Magic: No.
174. Love at first sight: No.
175. Ghosts: No.
176. Voo-doo dolls: No.
177. Reincarnation: No.
178. Yourself: Yes.


Section Ten: Do you

179. Smoke: Nope
180. Do drugs: Nope
181. Drink alcohol: Nope
182. Cuss: Nope
183. Sing in the shower: Nope. Occasionally.
184. Like school: Yes
185. Want to get married: Sure
186. Type with all of your fingers: Nope
187. Think you're attractive: Yesyes
188. Drink and drive: Nope.
189. Snore: Nope.
190. Sleep walk: Nope.
191. Like watching sunrises and sunsets: Oh, yes.

Section Eleven: Have you ever

192. Flashed someone: Ew no
193. Gotten so drunk til you threw up everywhere: Ew no
194. Told that person how you felt: No (What person?)
195. Been arrested: Nope
196. Gone to jail or juve: Nope
197. Skateboarded: Kinda
198. Skinny dipped: Nope
199. Rock climbed: Yes
200. Killed someone: Nope
201. Watched porn: Ew no
202. Gone on a road trip: I'm on one now!
203. Went out of the country: Yup, oo adventurous to stay here.
204. Talked back to an adult: Very yes.
205. Broken a law: Probably. Actually, yes. I speed every time I get in a car.
206. Got pulled over: Nope.
208: Cried to get out of trouble: Nope. Never worked.
209. Let a friend cry on your shoulder: Nope.
210. Kissed a brother's or sister's friend: Nope.
211. Kissed a friend's brother or sister: Nope.
212. Dropped something on the floor and let someone eat it anyways: I ate it.
213. Moon someone: Ew no
214. Shop-lifted: Nope
215. Worked at McDonald's: Nope
216. Eaten a dog: Nope. I want to though. It's on my bucket list.









217. Give money to a homeless person: Nope. My dad bought food once, though.
I'm not sure of the circumstances, though.
218. Glued your hand to yourself: Nope.
219. Kissed someone of the same sex: Nope.
220. Had a one night stand: Nope.
221. Smoked: Nope.
222. Done drugs: Nope.
223. Lose a friend because of your ex: Nope.
224. Slap someone for being stupid: Probably.
225. Had cyber sex: Nope.
226. Wish you were the opposite sex: Sometimes. But I'm happy I'm a lady.
227. Caught someone doing something: Nope.
228. Played a game that removes clothing: Yup. The Sims!
229. Cried during a movie: When I was a kid I cried during Lilo and Stitch 2 because
I was obsessed with Stitch. After my grandma died I began crying during the beginning
of "Up" and I cried rather recently during "Hachi"... I guess old people dying
has this effect on me now.
230. Cried over someone: Nope.
231. Wanted to hook up with a friend: Nope.
232. Hooked up with someone you barely met: Nope.
233. Ran away from home: Nope. But I made threats.
234. Cheated on a test: Nope.


Section Twelve: Would you

235. Bungee jump: Yes
236. Sky dive: YES
237. Swim with dolphins: Yes
238. Steal a friend's bf or gf: Nope.
239. Try to be the opposite sex: Don't know, don't care.
240. Lie to the police: Nope. My dad's gotten out of tickets by not lying.
241. Run from the police: Nope. Never been chased.
242. Lie to your parents: I have before, but I feel too guilty to do it again.
243. Backstab a friend for your own well being: Nope.
244. Be an exotic dancer: Eh... no.
245.Have sex with a donkey for 1,000,000: Uh, no.

Section Thirteen: Are you

246. Shy: Around strangers and acquaintances. 
247. Loud: Occasionally around family and friends.
248. Nice: I'm pretty nice. I'm a great friend.
249: Outgoing: Absolutely not.
250: Quiet: Very quiet.
251. Mean: To my brother.
252. Emotional: Definitely not.
253. Sensitive: Nope.
254. Gay: Nope.
255. Strong: Strong-willed? Yes.
256. Weak: Nope.
257. Caring: I can be.
258. Dangerous: No. I'm a featherweight little girl with virtually no muscle or fat on
her body. Oh, but I do know karate.
259. Crazy: I'm prone to a smidgeon of lunacy.
260. Spontaneous: Oh, no. Never, no.
261. Funny: I can't even make myself laugh.
262. Sweet: I can be.
263. Sharing: I can, with some prodding...
264. Responsible: I'm extremely responsible, especially when it comes
to independence/independent projects.
265. Trustworthy: Yes.
266. Open-minded: Yes. (Come at me.)
267. Creative: Yes.
268. Cute: Hot.
269. Slick: Yeeeh.
270. Smart: Yes.
271. Dumb: Nope
272. Evil: Nope
273. Ghetto: I don't think so.
274. Classy: There's a possibility.
275. Photogenic: Sometimes.
276. Dependable: Yes.
277. Greedy: Yes. For improvement. For power. >: )
278. Ugly: Nope
279. Messy: ...Yes. Yes, I am.
280. Neat: Nope.
281. Perverted: Nope.
282. Silly: ...Yeah.
283. A B****: Kind of.
284. A Good Listener: Yes. I don't like talking much.
285. A Fighter: Depends.
286. A Party Animal: Absolutely not.
287. A Game Freak: Yes.
288. A Computer Freak: Yes.

Section Fourteen: Future

289. Dream job: Concept designer/artist (art director doesn't sound too bad, either. Eventually
I'll have to improve my people skills) for film studio or game developer. Specifically? Pixar.
290. Dream house: A nice house is a good house.
291. Husband/Wife: Husband.
If I had a preference, I'd marry a scientist. If I had a checklist, intelligence
would be extremely important.
292. Kids: Depends
293. Names: I dunno. Bernadette? Samuel?
294. Pets: Kitty
295. Car: Any car that runs.
296. Age you would want to get married: Eventually. I just don't have time for
any kind of relationship, and when it comes to my future, it'll be a while before
I ever find time.
297. Best Man/Bride's Maid: My friend Pearl who I've had the pleasure of knowing since...
Kindergarten!?
298. Honeymoon: Anywhere nice.

Section Fifteen: Your friends 

299. Best friend: (In no particular order, but I'm considering school
friends only for this portion.) Pearl, Skylar, Kaitlynn
300. Known the longest: Pearl
301. Craziest: ...Skylar
302. Loudest: SKYLAR
303. Shyest: Kait
304. Best hair: Pearl has great hair. It's so dark, it turns almost blue in the right light.
305. Best eyes: Not sure.
306. Best body: Not sure?
307. Most Athletic: Not sure.
308. Hot-Tempered: Skylar
309. Most impatient: Skylar
310. Shortest: Pearl
311. Tallest: Skylar
312. Skinniest: Kait?
313. Best singer: Kait's the only one that sings.
314. Funniest: Not sure.
315. Can always make you laugh: Skylar?
316. Wish you talked to more: Pearl (we're a couple hours away)
317. Wish you saw more: ^
318. Who drives you insane after a while: Skylar
319. Who you can stay around forever and never get sick of: Er, too much
of a good thing always makes me sick.
320. Ever lose a friend because you took it to the 'next level': Nope.
321. Whose always been there when you need them: Most of all? Kait
322. Who is like your family: Pearl (simply because I've known her for
so long.)
323. How many friends do you have?: A handful, but a good handful.
324. How many are really close? Pearl, Skylar, Kaitlynn

Section Sixteen: The last

325. Thing you ate: A mayonnaise-turkey sandwich. Don't ask.
326. Thing you drank: Orange Poweraid. I never drink it, though. Road trip!
327. Thing you wore: Pajamas
328. Thing you did: Play Minecraft
329. Place you went: Kansas City, Missouri
330. Thing you got pierced or tattooed: Ears
331. Person you saw: Dad
332. Person you hugged: Not sure
333. Person you kissed: Not sure
334. Person you had sex with: n/a Eventually: husband
335. Person you talked to online: Not sure
336. Person you talked to on the phone: Not sure
337. Song you heard: Not sure
338. Show you saw: Raising Hope
339. Time you fought with your parents: I don't remember
340. Time you fought with a friend: I don't remember
341. Words you said: "You caught me when I was occupied."

Section Seventeen: Now

343. What are you eating: Nothing
344. What are you drinking: Orange Poweraid. ...Road trip.
345. What are you thinking: "This meme is long." (deep thoughts)
346. What are you wearing: Casual clothes
347. What are you doing: Doing this meme, what else?
349. Hair: Ponytail. Bad hair day. Road trip.
350. Mood: Neutral, expectant
351. Listening to: People talking in the room, TV. (I'm not in the car now.)
352. Talking to anyone: Nope.
353. Watching anything: World's Dumbest

Section Eighteen: Yes or No

354. Are you a vegetarian: Nope
355. Are you a carnivore: Nope
356. Are you heterosexual: Yes
357. Do you like penguins: Sure
358. Do you write poetry: Nope
359. Do you see stupid people: ...Not currently. Oh, now I do.
360. You + Me: Nope
361. Do you like the Osbournes: I don't know.
362. Can you see flying pigs: Nope
363. Do you sleep with stuffed animals on your bed: Yes
364. Are you from Afghanistan: Nope.
365. Is Christina Aguilera ugly: No.
366. Are you a zombie: Nope.
367. Am i annoying you: Yes. This meme is long.
368. Do you bite your nails: Yes, when I'm bored or watching an intense movie.
369. Can you cross your eyes: Yes
370. Do you make your bed in the morning: No
371. Have you touched someone's private part: Nope

Section Nineteen: This or That

372. Winter or Summer: Summer
373. Spring or Autumn: Autumn
374. Shakira or Britney: Shakira, simply because I like one of her songs. One.
375. MTV or VH1: MTV :iconcornholioplz: At least, 90's MTV
376. Black or White: Black.
377. Yellow or Pink: They're both my least favorite colors.
378. Football or Basketball: Basketball. Oh, who am I kidding? Neither.
379. Mobile Phone or Pager: This is 2014, boyo.
380. Pen or Pencil: Pencil
381. Cold or Hot: Hot
382. Tattoos or Piercings: Piercings.
383. Inside or Outside: Inside. With my laptop.
384. Weed or Alcohol: Weed, because I've done some research on hippies lately.
But I wouldn't do/use either.
385. Coke or Pepsi: Neither
386. Tape or Glue: Tape
387. McDonald's or In-n-Out: Yuck

Section Twenty: Opinions

388. What do you think about classical music: Love
389. About boy bands: Nope. Except the Beatles. They're groooooovy.
390. About suicide: Nope.
391. About people who try to force their opinions on you: Everywhere. You
learn to deal with it.
392. People who oppose your viewpoint: Well, they're people.
394. Where do you think you'll be in 10 years: Working.
395. Who do you think you'll still be friends with in 5 years: Depends.

Section Twenty-One:

396. Do you have a website: Yes-ish
397. Current weather right now: It's too dark to see anything.
398. Current time: 5:19 PM
399. Any shout outs: Nope.
400. Last thoughts: "I'm done."


Ask My Characters!

Journal Entry: Sat Nov 29, 2014, 4:35 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I decided to have a little fun. I've been busy writing The Dream Co Anomaly
and decided to show a bit of their personalities before I continue.
Just ask any of the characters below questions and I'll upload their answers in a drawing
or two! The references below aren't really 100% finished, mainly because
the outfits look straight out of a corny 80's space opera, but at least they look like
their robot counterparts. I just wanted to get them done so I could finally open
an "ask" session.

So feel free to ask anything of any of the characters. The questions can be
just about anything and there aren't many limits, although if the questions get
too mature I'll ask to keep it down a notch. I'm looking forward to interesting/wacky
questions/scenarios here, so keep them coming!
MAKE THEM PERSONAL!
I'll try to divide the questions evenly between each character since
they all have personalities I want to show.

Amelia (AKA "Motherboard")
Test 3 by Urnam-BOT

Gavin
Gavin Human Reference by Urnam-BOTGavin Color Ideas by Urnam-BOT

Sherman
Sherman Robot Design by Urnam-BOTSherman Human Reference by Urnam-BOT (This one isn't really done; he also has a less flashy
outfit. It's just a modification of a blue-ish overshirt with rolled-up sleeves.
And also--- he doesn't actually look as healthy as he appears in the image. Plus
his silhouette isn't distinctive enough for me. Will change.)

Adriana
Adriana Reference by Urnam-BOT
Sam
Sam Digital Color Reference by Urnam-BOTSam Robot Reference by Urnam-BOT 

And that's it! But some of you who pay a huge amount of
attention to what I do are probably wondering where Jeremy is.
Sadly, his significance and part in the story were replaced as a result of
his bung-holiness (and Adriana Is Better), but he might make an appearance
somewhere.

Here he is. For once, his mouth will be shut when answering questions
about himself.
RIP Jeremy by Urnam-BOT

I've tempted you, haven't I? I've revealed more about his 
character than I've intended. Now you're all interested. Oh, what
have I done, oh...

Ask away, my friendies!

P.S. I completely forgot to mention why Jeremy/Adriana don't have human
alter egos... they do. Jeremy's not important enough, but you'll probably
get to see Adriana.


I am searching for a new path in life

Journal Entry: Sat Nov 1, 2014, 7:25 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I sell propane
and propane accessories
shop Strickland Propane

I love propane and propane accessories by ElBrodega


Out of Context

Journal Entry: Sun Sep 21, 2014, 6:57 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

"I [am the son of the Great and Almighty Tightwad God and have decreed
that all of my tightwads must be eaten by the people of Earth. I] like [eating tightwads and you should too. For I have decreed it. For
those of you reluctant to ingest scrumptious tightwads until the end
of eternity, they taste a lot like] pie."

-Urnam


Gimme Words

Journal Entry: Mon Aug 18, 2014, 9:29 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I'm in the mood to learn a million new words. Please share your favorites.

Here are mine:

My all-time favorite word: cantankerous - bad-tempered, argumentative, and uncooperative.

Close second: Peduncle - the stalk bearing a flower or fruit,
or the main stalk of an inflorescence.

Flagellum - a slender threadlike structure, especially a microscopic whiplike
appendage that enables many protozoa, bacteria, spermatozoa, etc., to swim.


equilibrium - 
a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced.

betwixt - archaic term for between

juxtapose - 
place or deal with close together for contrasting effect.

lackadaisical - 
lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy.

conical - 
having the shape of a cone.

trachea - 
a large membranous tube reinforced by rings of cartilage,
extending from the larynx to the bronchial tubes and conveying air to
and from the lungs; the windpipe.

bronchiole - any of the minute branches into which a bronchus divides.

Proboscis - the nose of a mammal, especially when it is long and
mobile, such as the trunk of an elephant or the snout of
a tapir.


I need more. I don't need links to lists and lists and lists of words... I can find those for
myself. What I'm asking of you is to tell me your favorites because they're usually
more interesting than just the average "crazy word". They have a meaning to
someone and for a reason. Plus, it can be used in common speech. Sometimes.



Blikkim Fan Group!

Journal Entry: Fri Aug 15, 2014, 9:08 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

:iconlife-on-blik:

Hello, fellas! I'm here to announce another group that I just made for
collecting artwork related to the Blikkim universe. You can find role-play
partners over there if you wish or simply see who's contributed to the species.

Have fun!


Livestreaming [OFFLINE]

Journal Entry: Sat Aug 9, 2014, 12:39 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

You may ask questions about anything.

www.livestream.com/Urnam7?t=17…


My deviantART Story

Journal Entry: Thu Aug 7, 2014, 7:12 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

I decided to try this out.

So, I joined deviantART over four years ago. That made me 13 years old.
There isn't too much I want to say and explaining what I'm thinking snappily isn't my forte. Plus, I seem to be a million times less sentimental than the average Joe soooooo...

Here's the first drawing I ever posted here:

Candice by Urnam-BOT

Even though it's total poop, it was also one of my first experiments with digital art. But it was great. I mean, thigh wings.

I actually joined because I was obsessed with dragons at a young age and then discovered the Legend of Spyro series. I liked it because it was darker than previous Spyro titles and it was entertaining watching yourself control a protagonist that's... a dragon.

But, thankfully, I improved. I think the first time I was given critique here it was actually kind of harsh unless I'm not remembering it properly. In short, I didn't take it too well the first time but I always felt guilty about that one time, even soon after I reacted that way. All in all, I've never outright rejected any form of critique since.

I also planned this awful comic.

TLoS TDA Poster by Urnam-BOT

Not sure what that title means but that greenie over there seems to be trying to decide that as well.

After my dragon phase was over I got into, you guessed it...



Warriors.

Complete with hair gel and desu eyes.

So, all my cats had this "hair dryer" syndrome for a while, especially in this beauty:



...But of course, on a diet of dead mice you'd look like that, too.

Eventually I improved my ability to draw cats, but sooner or later I had the idea that I really should begin to draw other humans. I had the impression that humans are boooooo-ring to draw.

Exile Vilify by Urnam-BOT

I'm not even going to bother inserting commentary.

Toothless the Night Fury by Urnam-BOT

Turning back the knob on the time machine, here, back in 2010 I was still in my dragon phase. I had completely forgotten I had actually submitted very many paintings at this stage. Anyway, going back to the future...

I improved my cat drawings. This is time my popularity increased dramatically, and it was this because of this one thing...



Most of ya'll recognize him, yes?

I was obsessed with him in 8th grade and his initial design never changed for me. I imagined him a creamy/yellow cat and he stayed that way. I liked his story at the time because I was bullied in middle school and was never really taken seriously by other people. I think this is what caused me to turn over to the internet in the first place. I enjoyed the recognition my artwork got and was treated kindly.

I think I was working on Dimstar's Past when I met BUKOWSKl in English class. It was REALLY weird that, in casual conversation, the animation community on YouTube was brought up and I told her about my internet life and my username. It turns out she actually knew who I was online, maybe not subscribed to me, but she actually knew who I was. I remember thinking about how that would probably never happen again.






Thankfully, I got better at storytelling and art! My next project was LIGHT which was lacking in story but it had better drawings and animations.

.:Lucian:. by Urnam-BOT

I think right before Dimstar's Past and all throughout LIGHT my love for sci-fi grew and shone. At some point and time, I played Portal and it made me realize how amazing the sci-fi genre was. My favorite subjects in school were always science and art... and when middle school rolled around, science was my favorite class to be in. I loved learning new things about the universe and the world we live in and I always wanted to keep learning more and more. In elementary school, I always thought and viewed science as a right-brained thing and history as a left-brained subject simply because I spent more time memorizing facts in history class then in science. With science, I could guess how the world worked and then see if I was right. My love for both science and art seems to show especially now. I'm trying to incorporate more hard science into my storytelling, because as some of you know with Wasted Away I cut a few corners. In fact... I had not even taken a single chemistry class beforehand and embarrassed myself when I became more educated!

That was long, so let's move on.

After LIGHT, I attempted a new way of storytelling.



This comic was based on a GIANT role-play I had with a few friends in :iconspace-garden:. By and large, it was... um... never mind.



Aaaaaaand here's Wasted Away! The first thing I noticed was the dramatic improvements made from last year. Almost exactly one year ago I posted the first page of Wasted Away, and the differences are crazy. I mean... the cats were blocky and there didn't seem to be any real composition in the first few pages. The dialogue was clunky and... oh, I'll stop myself now. But overall I still like this story despite its flaws and it has a good message.

Down in the Dumps by Urnam-BOT

Humans.

I think most of my progression drawing humans was my, um, *cough* growing interest in the opposite sex and... never mind, my body temperature has noticeably increased.

So, the next projects I will be working on are quite different from cats and dragons and aliens and- oh, wait... yeah, there'll be more aliens. And robots.

Abrupt end.


Wasted Away Fan Group

Journal Entry: Tue Aug 5, 2014, 11:19 AM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

:iconwasted-away-comic:

For those of you still interested in my ongoing comic. =)

You can ask questions and see answers to other questions you might have,
and it's a collection of the comic pages (I've submitted all of Part 1 so far)
and art that the rest of you have generously contributed this last year
since Wasted Away started.


Point Commissions closed

Journal Entry: Fri Aug 1, 2014, 1:11 PM
Purple Pixel Animated Star Bulb by Urnam-BOT
Animated Star Divider - Intersteller Drive by Urnam-BOT

EDIT: Thank you! Wow, that was quick!

Yeeees, yes. Point commissions. But this will be a once a year thing, so listen up!

Reason being I just want to extend my prem another year, so I'm
opening up commissions!

Sorry for such limited spots.

Please send me a note if you are interested!

SLOTS:

1. :iconcrookedkinds: - finished
2. :iconraikanearthdragon: - finished


Chibi: Originally $15, converted to 1200 :points: Hawkstar Chibi by Urnam-BOT

Avatar: Originally $15, converted to 1200 :points: Gideon Avatar by Urnam-BOT

Character Drawing:
Originally $25 [simple character] converted to 2000 :points: Starsoul by Urnam-BOT


Originally $35 [detailed character] converted to 2800 :points: Partylevol by Urnam-BOT