Commenter SystemThe Commenter System is supported through a group of "Commenters", those who have offered to give feedback so that others can directly directly request a constructive comment.How To Request a CommentFind a commenter from the list below and send them a note with subject, "Project Comment - Comment Please!", linking the deviation(s) you would like comments on. Feel free to include any questions that may help the commenter in their comments!Each Commenter is listed under the category of art they are wiling to comment on, along with -The amount of deviations, per week, that each deviant can send.Their specialities, exceptions, and preferences on the art they will critique.SAMPLE : (hover over each element for more information)Username
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
Steve x Reader: Midnight Snores: (CRACK)It was late in avengers tower.It being your first night there, you were doing that uncomfortable twisting and turning that came with sleeping in a new place. The sheets didn't seem to fit your body right, the pillow was too warm, you couldn't find the right position. No matter how hard you tried, you just couldn't get comfortable.But at last, you were just drifting off to sleep, comfortable snuggled into a blanket. The steady hum of the city around you, the sound of the skyscraper's generator lulled you into a peaceful doze.That was, until a sound pierced the night air like a blade;"SCCCCRREEEEEEEEEEE~~~~"You nearly fell out of the bed, so startled were you. You stilled quickly though, making sure that the sound would not come again. You were just sure it it wouldn't occur again when suddenly:"SCCCCRREEEEEEAAAAAAAA~~~~"You reacted less violently this time, but were still startled all the same. You bolted upright, blankets pooling in your lap. What in
I won’t be able though.