Emergency $6 Sketch Commissions Open Now!

Hey guys! I could use some help!

Taxes are coming up and I need help coming up with the extra needed to put towards Uncle Sam.

Between today and March 31th, I will be open to $6 sketch commissions!

Q: Why just sketches?

Because of my job I will only have time to do sketches rather then full colored commissions, which is why they are only $6 a pop!

Q: What will I draw?

I’ll sketch any character(s), pairings, ships, etc. No porn though. (That shit would cost extra.) XD

Q: Is there a limit to how many characters I will draw for one commission?

Yes; Two character limit for one commission. Having a lot of characters for only $6 would be unfair, don’t you think? If you really want more then two, we can talk about it. ;)

Q: What about backgrounds?

For the sake of how little time I will have, I will only do very simple backgrounds, if needed.

Q: What would these sketches look like?

Here’s a sample of what a sketch will look like.

(Yes, I’m still a Willowson nerd)

Q: This there a limit to how many commissions you can have?

Well, no; as long as you pay for them, there is no limit. Just remember the more you ask for, the longer it could take for me to finish them all. ^^;

If you would like a sketch commission, just shoot me a note on here. I only use Paypal, and I will update on when I will start work.

Also, reblogs are always awesome.

Thank you! <3


Bernie Sanders says what no other candidate will: “We will raise taxes.”

Breaking with decades of bipartisan political convention, Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Monday night reaffirmed that he would raise taxes on middle-income Americans to fund his Medicare-for-All health care plan. But Sanders claims the middle class will still save money.

Bernie explains how raised taxes saves families thousands in health costs

Voter: “Senator Sanders, the first thing I hear about you is you’re going to raise taxes on the middle class. I support my family on a salary of $41,000 a year. I’m wondering, if you raise my taxes, how does that help me?”

Bernie Sanders: “Thanks very much for that good question. This is what we are going to do. The United States is the only major country on Earth that doesn’t guarantee health care to all people, and we end up spending far, for more per capita on health care as the people of any other country; Canada, UK, France, whatever. What we are gonna fight for is a Medicare-for-all, single-payer program which will provide comprehensive health care for your family and every family in America. So let me tell you what we do. We raise your taxes, you’re in about the middle of the economy, about 500 bucks, but you know what we’re gonna do for health care? We’re gonna reduce your health care costs by about $5,000. So you’re gonna pay a little bit more in taxes but you’re no longer gonna have to pay private health insurance premiums. Now I’ve been criticized for this, but I believe that healthcare is a right of all people; that we should not have these deductibles and co-payments; we should not be paying the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs. And our Medicare-for-all program will guarantee comprehensive health care to all people and save middle class families thousands of dollars a year.”

Moderator: [to voter] “Does that math work for you?”

Voter: “If it saves me on health insurance premiums, I’ll gladly pay more taxes.”

Details and Analysis of Senator Bernie Sanders’s Tax Plan
Key Findings: Senator Sanders (I-VT) would enact a number of policies that would raise payroll taxes and individual income taxes, especially on high-income households. Senator Sanders’s plan would raise tax revenue by $13.6 trillion over the next decade on a static basis. However, the plan would end up collecting $9.8 trillion over the next decade when accounting for decreased economic output in the long run.

“Fair Share” Tax Policy

Bernie Sanders: “We tell the billionaire class, they cannot have it all!  For a start, they’re going to start paying their fair share of taxes.”

John Stossel: “Yeah!  Rich people aught to pay their fair share.  Warren Buffett says he pays a lower percentage tax than his secretary.  That’s disgusting!  Right, Steve Moore?

Steve Moore: “That’s one of these prevalent myths that’s been around for about ten years now.  Warren Buffett keeps saying he pays less than his secretary but when you…”

John Stossel: “Well, it is a higher percentage? It’s factually true.”

Steve Moore: “Well, no, it isn’t really.  Because what does Warren Buffett do?  He owns companies.  He invests in these companies and those companies pay a whole heck of a lot of taxes.  If you take in account all of those taxes, Warren Buffett’s tax rate is much higher.”

John Stossel: “According to Forbes, his secretary makes between $200-500 thousand dollars a year. So, they’re both in the top bracket.”

Steve Moore: “Yeah, she’s pretty rich too.  Most of his money comes from capital gains and dividend income and that’s taxed both at the corporate level and at the individual level as well.  So, taking that into account he is not paying a lower tax rate than his secretary.”

Everything progressives, Occupy Wall Street protesters, and Bernie Sanders supporters believe is most likely completely untrue when it comes to the “evil 1%.”  

The top 1% paid 37.8% of all federal income taxes.  The top 10% paid 69.8% of all federal income taxes, and that’s not including the taxes on capital gains and dividends.

Bernie is lying to you about the rich.  Don’t be a sucker.