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Okay, for a while now I've had these urges to draw some artwork thats a little more mature than it is now. But I'm too afraid to put them in my own account because of what you my watchers would think. So I'm considering making a second account where only more mature artwork would be put up. I'm not gonna bother keeping it a secret because someone would have probably figured out it was me because of my art style. So, I'm just gonna say that even though I might make more mature artwork on another account, just remember that nobody is perfect. I'm sure we all have urges like this in our way. I'm still debating weather or not to to make a new account or not. I just want to make sure nobody here will think any less of me if I do.

Okay.  Its been done.  The second account has been made.

Commission prices:

Just Line art (No Color): $3

Sketches: $1

Flat Color Picture: $5

Shaded Picture (no background): $10

Picture with shading and background: $20

Remember, send me a note if you want something. If you are unable to pay with cash, I will discuss art trades if necessary. But ONLY if you can't pay with cash
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Which emotion do you like so far from the upcoming Disney Pixar movie Inside Out? 

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DarkHeroCat12 Featured By Owner 16 hours ago  Hobbyist Artist
how are you today
LibraLizard Featured By Owner 21 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav ^^
Grox9909 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Digital Artist
Hey Lucas, have you seen Jurassic World lately?
Xelku9 Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
3 times!
AnneMarie1986 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
FlowBug1997 Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student General Artist
Thank you for favoriting! :D
Cydra630 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I recently had an idea for a new Tracker class dragon, you wanna hear about it?
Xelku9 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cydra630 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
It's called the Leech Marker and resembled a cross between an anteater, a lamprey, and a vampire bat. It's a medium-sized dragon, not much bigger than a Night Fury. They prefer to dwell in cliff-side caves and their roaring is more pipe-like because of their elongated snouts.
The Leech Marker doesn't breathe fire and usually avoids conflicts with other dragons. However, it can spit with great range and accuracy. Its saliva is colorless, odorless, dries very quickly, and is a very potent venom that is absorbed by any bare skin it comes in contact with. The venom isn't deadly, but it will slowly drain a victim's strength and energy until they're too exhausted to move. The Leech Marker can track anything marked by its venom and once it's caught up, it'll latch on with its mouth and drain its prey's fluids. It rarely sucks them dry because they'll be drinking in their own venom and they would soon have to beat a hasty retreat when the dragons it usually targets can fight back.
Despite its grotesque appearance and diet, it's not impossible to train. Feeding a Leech Marker is a good way of befriending it, though feeding it blood isn't strictly necessary. Leech Markers will find soups and stews delectable, but they eventually develop discriminating pallets so be alert if a Leech Marker decides your soup isn't up to its standards and spits it back at you. But once tamed, not only do you have a loyal companion but a very capable tracker that can follow anything marked with its venom for miles. Their saliva also makes an effective invisibility ink.
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