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featherbrain adopts: batch 02 (closed) by thestoneycoyote featherbrain adopts: batch 02 (closed) by thestoneycoyote
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these are leftover from my previous batch, I just never got around to finishing them. this is a closed species and you can only obtain one from me. xvx

Rules:
1.) $15.00 each
2.) these are not available for resale
3.) you can change them however you like after purchase
4.) after you buy one, I will send you the unwatermarked design with its full size
5.) please claim by the number under to the character
6.) paypal invoice only!
7.) payment must be sent within 24 hours!

#1: TAKEN
#2: TAKEN
#3: TAKEN

Facts on this species:
-they grow wings every year in the spring and shed them in the winter, similar to how deer shed their antlers in the winter
-they generally don't use their wings for extended flight, rather for fluttering up to trees or gliding short distances
-the length of their wings depends on how nutritional their diet is
-their diet mostly consists of grains, fruits, and fish
-their 3 tentacle protrusions serve as extra limbs and though they aren't parts of their sexual anatomy--as you can imagine--they are frequently used in sexual play
-the protrusion growing from the tail can usually extend up to 4 ft and grow no more than 3-4 inches in diameter
-females rarely develoup breasts larger than a-cup
-when in heat, female featherbrains tend to lay small unfertilized eggs that are later discarded
-when impregnated, female featherbrains lay 1-3 eggs that take 2 months to hatch
-some male featherbrains grow antlers as they age, but it isn't common

art, designs 2013 rishi-chan
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:iconmeleeman:
meleeman Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Student Digital Artist
how do adopts work exactly?
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thestoneycoyote Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
An artist creates a bundle of characters and they can either be sold for a set price each or put up for auction.  if someone is interested in the way one of these characters look and wants them for their own, they just pay for the character and they usually get an un-watermarked version of the character. ^^' it's not for everybody but lots of people are into it!
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meleeman Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Student Digital Artist
so they can use the character anyway they wish?
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thestoneycoyote Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
it varies from seller to seller, everyone has different rules.  for me, after someone buys a character, they can change it however they want, I don't care.  I prefer that the characters I sell not be resold, but if they are gonna be resold, it has to be for a cheaper price than what they paid for.  that's just me though!  you just have to read the descriptions of different artists' adoption rules.
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:iconmeleeman:
meleeman Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2014  Student Digital Artist
you've inspired me. thank you
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HeavenlyStar Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
I wish I could snag the second one. This species is so interested ;3; <3 Good job on these darling! :hug:
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:iconthestoneycoyote:
thestoneycoyote Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
baw, thanks Heaven. <33
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enehsalome Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Student General Artist
Wow! Love colours and patterns, as always c: I think #3 is my fav for her awesome hair x3 I really like your facts on the species as well. Awesome stuff duuuuuuuuuuude!! Can't wait to see more.
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thestoneycoyote Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks man. n_n
(it's pretty lame actually)
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:iconnoblebutlersebastian:
Oh my gosh those are so cute! I really want one!
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