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Looking for adoptables/Adoptable artistsHey guys I had a idea that I thought would be fun! c:For my idea I was thinking you guys can post links to adoptables of yours on this journal that need to be sold or are having trouble being adopted. Than I draw them and post them in my gallery and link to the adoptable in the description.I thought this may be a fun way for me to get over art block and helpful to people who want a bit of advertisement for there adoptables. This journal/activity will always be open,so post now or later! Rules:1. This is only for adoptables that are not sold!2. I have the right to not draw a adoptable if I do not wish to.3. This is not first come first serve.4. Inform me if a adoptable is sold and I have not drawn it.5. I will accept any form of adoptable( Points,free,money,some sort of fake money)I'll add more rules later if problems pop up.Thank you for reading!
Why fursuits cost so much$56.68 - 1.5 Yards fake fur$5.05 - tax$10.44 - shipping$73.17 Order TotalShit man, and this fur is just for the lower arms and digigrade legs of the next suit I am working on... and this may not even be enough fur for the job.$73.17 does not even buy enough fur for this entire project, let a lone the cost of the foam, stuffing, thread, eyeblanks (I buy the super nice acrylic ones... the super nice expensive acrylic ones) clay, glue, zipper, etc (and this one has airbrushing, horns, hooves and a mane of hair too)And then there are start up costs like a glue gun, storage racks, air brush unit and a sewing machine (namely the machine/airbrush, either way good ones will be $500+)Fursuits are not cheap nor easy to produce... and they take lots of time and skill, and really the biggest thing you pay for when purchasing a good fursuit is time and skill.Fursuits take hundreds of dollars in material and hundreds of hours in time to build, and behind each well built suit is a pers