slot 6


Schools out for the summer so that means I can open commissions publicly again! I will opening 6 new slots for commissions and I’m going to be opening them in the same manner I did last time.

Instead of accepting on a “first come, first serve” basis, I will be opening submissions for commissions for the next day or so. From the time of this post to Saturday May 13th at 10 pm central I will be taking in emails and after things close back up I’m going to dig through what I have and pick 6 to accept from the pile!

Now on to the details :

- All commission info MUST be submitted through email to Simple inquiries can be sent through Tumblr asks or messaging system for quicker replies, however.

- I don’t have a strict form to fill out! Format things however you’d like but just please, please be thorough. References are majorly important, even if they’re pieces from here and there. You don’t need to have personal art already done for your character, you can simply Google image search references and send them my way. Send me tons of info! Seriously. Some people don’t like getting too much but I’m not that way at ALL. 

- I can and will happily do many different things that aren’t strictly listed on my commission info sheet including :

  • NSFW
  • Landscape/environment/scenery work
  • Design (armor, clothing, weaponry, etc)
  • Non-World of Warcraft characters
  • Basically if it isn’t a hard NO, I’ll likely do it.

However, I will NOT do:

  • Furry or animal centric
  • Mecha or machine heavy work or designs

If you have a question concerning what I will and won’t draw, just ask!

- More of my art can be found HERE.

- My TERMS OF SERVICE must be read and understood before commissioning me.

Signal boosts are greatly appreciated! Thanks so much everyone!


Commissions are open again! I’ve made a few price adjustments based on previous commissions, and I’ll be opening 6 slots this time :D

Feel free to send an ask or private message (recommended) for additional details. If anyone wants a piece done within a certain time frame, please let me know ahead of time!

SLOTS (List will be updated as more people sign up):

1. @awastelandstudent 

2. @mythinu

3. @remnant-the-sugarlicious-daddy

4. @tastytangs24-7



Vote-Based Rankings From Week 2 Of “Produce 101 Season 2” Revealed

The second episode of “Produce 101 Season 2” aired last night and now the rankings of contestants based on votes from the general public have been revealed.

Contestant Park Ji Hoon of Maroo Entertainment has kept his spot as the No.1 trainee on the program and received attention this week as it was revealed that is an ex-trainee of a Big 3 agency. He is followed by Samuel Kim of Brave Entertainment, who rose 4 spots to secure his title as the No. 2 trainee on the program and was the first contestant to receive an A rank grade in the first round of evaluations. The No.3 slot went to Lee Dae Hwi of Brand New Music, who received an A rank and plenty of praise during his first round evaluation for not only his performance skills, but also for his ability to compose and arrange songs.

Fourth place went to Ong Sang Woo, who rose four spots since the first week, while fifth went to Jang Moon Bok, who dropped 3 spots from last week’s rankings. Cube Entertainment’s Lai Guan Lin also rose four spots since last week, securing the No.6 slot in the rankings for the second week of voting.

The first round of voting officially ends on April 29 at 11 a.m KST, and the general public is allowed to vote for 11 trainees per day. Take a look at the current ranking for the top 22 trainees below:

  1. Park Ji Hoon (Maroo Entertainment)
  2. Samuel Kim (Brave Entertainment)
  3. Lee Dae Hwi (Brand New Music)
  4. Ong Seong Woo (Fantagio)
  5. Jang Moon Bok (ONO Entertainment)
  6. Lai Guan Lin (Cube Entertainment)
  7. Ahn Hyung Seob (Yue Hua Entertainment)
  8. Joo Hak Nyeon (Cre.ker Entertainment)
  9. Hwang Min Hyun (Pledis Entertainment)
  10. Lee Eui Woong (Yue Hua Entertainment)
  11. Kim Jong Hyun (Pledis Entertainment)
  12. Bae Jin Young (C9 Entertainment)
  13. Park Sang Woo (HIM Entertainment)
  14. Kang Dong Ho (Pledis Entertainment)
  15. Choi Min Ki (Pledis Entertainment)
  16. Yoo Sun Ho (Cube Entertainment)
  17. Jung Se Woon (Starship Entertainment)
  18. Kim Jae Hwan (Individual Trainee)
  19. Yoon Ji Sung (MMO Entertainment)
  20. Kwon Hyun Bin (YGK+)
  21. Justin (Yue Hua Entertainment)
  22. Lee Woo Jin (Media Line Entertainment)




Things i will not do:

- violence/sexual abuse/ rape

- kinky weird fetishes

- bestiality etc

- gore

I currently have 6 slots open. I’ll go ahead and test commissions with NSFW too, but don’t send me any weird meme kinks , ok?

For more information & questions & paying options you can contact me at

If you don’t want to order anything from me please consider reblogging this for more people to see


Heyo folks, yes, commissions are open once again! However, unlike last year, I’ll be doing art!

Art examples:

Lillie+Cosmog / Birthday present for a friend / Tatsuo Mokokoro (OC of mine)

Music examples:

Myriad Connection / Bonsai Field of the Four Seasons ~ Natural Dragon / The Universe, This Universe, My Universe / Ponpoko Festival / Roswell Uncharted Saucer ~ Unidentified Grey | The Small Sea of Airborne Islands

More examples of my work can be found on my #kurenaidrawings and #bragonbeats tags, respectively.

Here are the guidelines!


I’ll draw:

  • Furries/scalies.
  • Humans (preferably females).
  • Fictional characters.

I won’t draw:

  • NSFW (including but not limited to fetishes, nudity, porn, blood and gore).
  • Machinery.
  • Characters with heavy amounts of detail.
  • Ferals.
  • PDA


I’ll compose:

  • Original theme songs for your character or a particular screen/scenery.

I won’t compose:

  • Songs with vocals.
  • Orchestrals, dubstep, or anything too complicated.
  • Arranges from already-existing songs, whether if it’s from a videogame/TV show/film/etc.


  1. In your request, be as descriptive as possible. If you have examples or references, provide them as well, as it makes it easier to understand what do you actually want.
  2. Once I’ve finished the art/song, I’ll send it to you. If you like it, I’ll be asking for your email to send you an invoice so we could proceed with the payment.
  3. I’ll then be posting the finished piece on my account. However, you’ll also have permission to repost my work, as long as you give me credit.


And that’s about it for the guidelines. Here are some other notes:

  • All payments are done through PayPal and in USD.
  • It usually takes me 3 days to several weeks to finish a piece. However, there could be multiple factors in my life that could affect this.
  • You can feel free to ask about my progress on your commission. However, as stated above, the time I take on finishing it depends of what’s happening in real life, so please don’t rush me.
  • Take into account that I have all the rights to decline your commission, especially if your request doesn’t follow some/any of the guidelines stated above.

6 slots will be available!

  1. TAKEN
  2. TAKEN
  3. TAKEN
  4. TAKEN
  5. OPEN
  6. OPEN

If you have any more inquiries, feel free to contact me here, on Twitter, Discord (Kurenai#9492) or Telegram (@scarletbragon).

Thank you~ ❤

“Produce 101 Season 2” Reveals Vote-Based Rankings For Week 3

Now that “Produce 101 Season 2” has aired its third episode, the rankings of contestants have been updated once again!

The No. 1 spot stayed with Park Ji Hoon of Maroo Entertainment, who has been receiving the most votes from the general public since the first week of the show. Lee Dae Hwi of Brand New Music rose to No. 2, switching spots with Samuel Kim of Brave Entertainment.

No. 3 trainee Samuel Kim is followed by Fantagio’s Ong Sung Woo, who managed to keep his No. 4 spot since last week. Fifth place went to Yue Hua Entertainment’s Ahn Hyung Seob, who rose two spots since last week. Joo Hak Nyeon of Cre.ker Entertainment also rose two spots, taking over the No. 6 slot.

The first round of voting officially ends on April 29 at 11 a.m KST, and the general public is allowed to vote for 11 trainees per day. Take a look at the current ranking for the top 22 trainees below:

  1. Park Ji Hoon (Maroo Entertainment)
  2. Lee Dae Hwi (Brand New Music)
  3. Samuel Kim (Brave Entertainment)
  4. Ong Sung Woo (Fantagio)
  5. Ahn Hyung Seob (Yue Hua Entertainment)
  6. Joo Hak Nyeon (Cre.ker Entertainment)
  7. Lai Guan Lin (Cube Entertainment)
  8. Jang Moon Bok (ONO Entertainment)
  9. Yoon Ji Sung (MMO Entertainment)
  10. Bae Jin Young (C9 Entertainment)
  11. Jung Se Woon (Starship Entertainment)
  12. Kang Daniel (MMO Entertainment)
  13. Kim Jong Hyun (Pledis Entertainment)
  14. Lee Eui Woong (Yue Hua Entertainment)
  15. Yoo Sun Ho (Cube Entertainment)
  16. Hwang Min Hyun (Pledis Entertainment)
  17. Park Sang Woo (HIM Entertainment)
  18. Kim Jae Hwan (Individual Trainee)
  19. Choi Min Ki (Pledis Entertainment)
  20. Kang Dong Ho (Pledis Entertainment)
  21. Lee Woo Jin (Media Line Entertainment)
  22. Kwon Hyun Bin (YGK+)

You can check out last week’s rankings here.


The Picture Man (BBC Radio 3: Drama on 3) BBC Worldwide Limited

Buy it for $9.95 USD (Audiobook)

The writer David Eldridge introduces his BBC Radio 3 full-cast drama, The Picture Man starring Martin Freeman, about a man who despairs of the behaviour he sees around him and decides to take action. Originally broadcast in the ‘Drama on 3’ slot on 6 January 2008.

Neil decides he has been pushed too far by the uncaring and often callous behaviour he sees around him. But when he begins to intervene in incidents by taking pictures on his mobile phone, it has disastrous consequences.

Starring Martin Freeman as Neil, Heather Craney as Janine, Emil Marwa as Hussein and Peter Marinker as George. Also included in the cast are Jake Harders, Ania Sowinkski, Bailey Pepper, Joseph Tremain, Anna Bengo, Laura Molyneux, Alex Lanipekun and Ben Crowe. Directed by Sally Avens.

Audible Audio Edition

Listening Length:

1  hour and 2 minutes

Program Type:



Original recording


BBC Worldwide Limited Release Date:

February 16, 2011





commissions opening this weekend

hey so i’m going to be busting out art next week as per spring break! i’m not going to be able to work on anything until sunday at the earliest (tfw midterms), but i figure if any of you guys want to nab a slot before that, that’d be chill. i’ll be takin 6 slots over the week. message me here or at to see if a spot is available :~)

my commission info is here





i’d love a signal boost, this money will be going towards housing over the summer!

I was thinking ab opening comms fr the summer but im not…….so sure……so i dont have any source of income at all anymore so i guess i gotta…..Die

Sake cup. Commission.
My Patrons on Patreon will get:
- High resolution JPGs
- SFW+NSFW variants
- Steps
- Sketch (PSD+JPG)
of this artwork
in my monthly pack of art-rewards, which will be released at May 7 on Patreon:

My commission info:

Previous Patreon rewards on Gumroad
Prints on Redbubble:

anonymous asked:

Would Ouma be as popular if he was a female character?

Hmm… I guess it could go either way.

Normally my instinct would be to say “no,” because by and large, female characters usually get hated on in most fandoms for traits that fans often find appealing in male characters. It’s an unfortunate trend, most of the time.

However, with DR in particular, a lot of the most popular characters in the whole series are female. Junko and Kirigiri come to mind right away, with Nanami and Asahina close behind. Monaca, Fukawa/Syo, and Celes are also still wildly popular in both the Japanese and western fandom from what I’ve seen.

While there’s a certain underlying degree of “waifu-bait” to most of these characters’ popularity (not helped by most of Kodaka’s interview comments about Nanami in particular being things like “she has big boobs, plays video games, and is cute, so she would make a good girlfriend”), I think it’s also just partially due to the fact that DR has always had a very memorable female cast.

There are weak characters, too, to be sure, but many of the female cast have stayed in the top slots on DR popularity polls pretty consistently. Even in the Japanese ndrv3 poll, while Saihara and Ouma took the top two slots, #3-6 all went to female cast members.

If Ouma were female, I think he’d definitely still be popular. But he’d also probably be even more sexualized in fanart than he is currently, so that’s… a pretty big downside. There would also be even more comparisons to Junko, for better or worse, with more people probably not quite realizing that the entire point of Chapter 5 was to subvert the whole idea that Ouma was “Junko 2.0.”

I have to say though, I think if Ouma were female, a lot more people would take his confession scene (calling Saihara “the person I fell in love with”), the “my beloved Saihara-chan” comments, and his love hotel and prison mode ending to be explicitly romantic at face value.

Ruka, portrait.
My Patrons on Patreon will get:
- High resolution Sketch (PSD+JPG)
of this artwork
in my monthly pack of art-rewards, which will be released at March 7 on Patreon:

My commission info: JANUARY COMMISSIONS (3 slots from 6 opened)!

Previous Patreon rewards on Gumroad