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sorry that the frequency of my work postings has slowed down so much - school and such is very time consuming ;)
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my first time trying to draw a GFP axie!!
pictures of this gorgeous little one were sent to me by rads :)

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who ever drew those are VERY talented
hi, that’d be me :)

if you’re interested in getting your axie drawn, send me a pm with some good quality pictures and i’ll draw them free of charge !
 

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hi, that’d be me :)

if you’re interested in getting your axie drawn, send me a pm with some good quality pictures and i’ll draw them free of charge !
i actually own a tiger salamander but if you want to draw that that would awesome

and you sayed its free right?
 

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i actually own a tiger salamander but if you want to draw that that would awesome

and you sayed its free right?
i’ve never tried a tiger salamander, but i’m open to it! pm me some good pics and i’ll try my hand at it :)

yes, completely free. i do art as a job but don’t currently need anything so i’m having a little event for the people of caudata :)
 

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i’ve never tried a tiger salamander, but i’m open to it! pm me some good pics and i’ll try my hand at it :)

yes, completely free. i do art as a job but don’t currently need anything so i’m having a little event for the people of caudata :)
thank you
 

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Hi! Sorry I’m late. Can you do my 4 inch and a half axolotl? Her gill stalks are growing back from an incident in a pet store. She’s a albino.
 

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my first tiger salamander art attempt! send to me by mellissa on caudata :)
not super pleased with how it turned out, but the fact that i tried it what matters most to me personally
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