Hey, hey everyone! Feather here. i’m making this post and an announcement to go with it.

I am opening commissions. 

the reasons i am opening commission are as follows.

I am a transgender individual. I have recently come out to my family, and things are less than accepting. I’m currently not attending school due to issues with money, and though I am searching for a second job, I haven’t had any luck in the last month. My parents are unable to help me as much with rent anymore, and they aren’t as forgiving since I came out to them. As for my first job, it pays my bills for the most part, but i’m stuck in an environment in which my boss purposefully misgenders me and calls me by my birth name, which, regardless of my efforts, leads my coworkers to do the same.

Any and all help is appreciated right now. 

I’m currently charging $10 for simple character sketches, full body.

I’ll gladly draw lineart with simple bg for $15. full body character lines with shades are also $15.

If you’re interested in something smaller, i can do busts for $5. I can draw antrho, and I can do Mech if you give me a little extra time for it. I will also do NSFW, and will tag it accordingly, or if you wish i will not post it and will email it to you upon request. 

If you’re interested, please let me know via email. you can contact me at 

i have also set up a patreon account! you can go here and pledge a certain amount, whether you want to donate every time i update, or with every week for my web comic update. 

La mort d'Hyacinthe (The Death of Hyacinth) by Jean Broc, 1801. Oil on canvas.

The divine hero Hyacinth was the lover of the god Apollo, who cradles his body in the painting above. While the two played discus, the West Wind Zephyr - who blows Apollo’s cape - threw the disc off course out of jealousy, with it striking Hyacinth and killing him.

However, when the hero died, Apollo refused to let Hades take him; rather, he willed his lover’s spilled blood into the flower now known as a hyacinth. According to Ovid, Apollo’s grief-stricken tears stained the newly formed petals, and the flower still stands as a symbol of rebirth.

Il a longtemps été l'emblème de notre marque : le broc Berger. Le reconnaissez-vous ?

“C’est dans les années 50 que le Broc Jaune BERGER fait son apparition. Rapidement symbole de convivialité, il devient l'Incontournable à l'heure de l'apéritif avec ce slogan qui restera longtemps sur toutes les lèvres "Midi…7 heures … l'heure du BERGER ! ».

On se rappelle encore les brocs BERGER géants tirés par les premières 2 CV et les 4L brocs, arpentant les routes du Tour de France… Celui qui a fait parti pendant longtemps du quotidien des Français, fait aujourd'hui parti de l'histoire collective.

Conçu en céramique, d’un jaune éclatant, et avec ses formes généreuses et voluptueuses, le broc BERGER reste un emblème fort de la marque.”