I've been thinking about doing this for quite some time, and I thought now was the right moment. I want to give you something back. I've been incredibly lucky to have found such amazing watchers like you, and I appreciate it so much that you've been hanging around with me for such a long time, even though I've let you down a couple of times. I hate it that I've been inactive for so long and it makes me happy to see that so many of you are still here.
Anyway, let me come to my point. I want to thank you in a special way. Every now and then, I'll let a generator pick one of you randomly, through this: [link]
The number this generator picks, will correspond to one of my watchers. In this way, everyone has an equal chance of getting art from me. Yes, art. I can't promise it'll be something very detailed. It might be a sketch, a speedpaint, digital, traditional, I don't know, it'll be a surprise. There are some rules you need to stick to, however:
- You must be an active deviant. If your activity is hidden, I'll search through your deviations and favorites to see if you're still 'alive'. It's always a possibility you aren't capable of coming online of course, so let's say you must have been online within the last month. I may make exceptions
- You must have an OC (an original character). This means you either have an image, ref, description or whatever in your gallery or somewhere on your page, so that I can see what you'd like to get from me. If you have multiple characters I'll choose one myself. I might do fanarts as well, if I'll notice you're crazy about something (in case your gallery is full of Okami fanart, I'll make you Ammy).
- Don't ask me when I'll do another SYLTARW (gift art), cause this will be something special, and I'm not going to do it daily. There might be a new one after two months, a week, a day, who knows. It'll always be a surprise. So don't ask.
Anyway, I'll upload the first one right now, and after that, I hope I can make more loyal watchers happy with my art in time. Hope you like it, guys <3
Update on my life: my feet aren't broken anymore, but my chronic disease is back. I'm working my way through the process now. Don't worry about me, I'll be fine.