COMMISSION PAGE: https://www.weasyl.com/submission/352529
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I never know what to put here. How do you sum your whole self up in such a small space? But I guess I should try.
Hi, my name is Amber.
I'm a chocoholic.
I like to write fantasy/science-fiction stories with vibrant characters, action, humor, and heart.
I enjoy drawing digitally. I'll draw just about anything, but I like animals, monsters, dragons, and anthro the best. I'm getting more comfortable with humans though.
I love animals and the outdoors. I can sit for hours just watching the chickens.
I enjoy reading, mostly fantasy novels with animals as the main characters, or epic adventure type stories.
I LOVE to play video games! I like RPGs and adventure games, but I'll play just about anything that's exciting or quirky. I've played A LOT of video games...
...basically, I'm a country nerd. :B
I AM OPEN FOR COMMISSIONS!
You can check out all of my commission information BY CLICKING HERE >>> https://www.weasyl.com/submission/352529
Update time again!
It's my sister's birthday today, hooray! So I'll advertise for her to, since she does such amazing artwork. If you'd like to see her realistic animal paintings and sculptures, click the following links:
I have a couple of requests to go, then I'll be holding off on requests for a while to do my own thing. I have a pile of my own characters who need some attention, so that's what I'll be focusing on art-wise. I may try some lineless stuff again, or not. I recently got this weird desire to draw "Pokemon Crossing" characters, or Pokemon in the style of Animal Crossing. I blame Super Smash Brothers. I also started getting stupid ideas for platforming animals. That I can blame on Yooka-Laylee. I'll show off these random ideas when I get around to compiling sketches and deciding how I want to finish them.
By the way, I am open for commissions as usual > https://www.weasyl.com/submission/352529
In the novel department, I've finally got a working draft of my cover letter, but as I worked on it, I found a few things to improve in my synopsis and the novel itself, so I'm currently doing a skim-read through the novel and polishing some things. I've put 8+ years into it, so if there's anything I can do to make it just a bit more special, I'm going for it. It's been a great learning experience and has developed my writing style into what it is today, so I want to finish it up to the best of my ability before I move on to my more exciting projects.
I believe that's all for now. If anyone has any questions for me, feel free to ask. :D