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  1. 9 points
    I was inspired by @kami's thread where they gave away free item artwork. So I figured I'd give away some of my own item artwork as well? Here's a link to the folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B5ALeHZVkszrRWRCNkFJelVXQUU Some examples attached for a quick preview. These are item artworks I originally drew myself for the game I'm working on, Saylua. I mostly did them for art practice and to try to figure out our item artwork style though haha, so I never really had a plan for these items! And they're kind of generic anyways, so I figured maybe someone will find them useful. License is CC0. Attribution is appreciated but not required. I'd also really appreciate if you let me know if you use these, just because I'm curious haha.
  2. 8 points
    DRAC'S ART CART Hi, I'm Drac. I do art n'stuff. If you're interested, just drop me a line. Might be willing to do some separate pricing for bulk orders but I'm happy to do small projects as well! Deviantart | Tumblr Items $5 cellshade $8 painted Pet Bases/NPCs: $30+ I do npcs, backgrounds and other stuff too. Feel free to browse my other galleries and inquire about different stuff. Thanks for looking!
  3. 8 points
    I think there's a big difference between covering big site news that effect many (such as this) and doing a tabloid-esque "he said she said" covering of a situation. One is true journalism while the other aims to smear a specific person or peoples. I think as long as news covers the game as a whole rather than people and is not painted with bias or unfairly then all information lawfully obtained is free game. If that thread were titled "Staff lie to FelisFire!" and focused only on smearing staff members and not the wider scope of the situation, then I'd say it's inappropriate. A good news article will not make assumptions and will promote transparency. I think the principles of journalism are a staple for anyone who reports news, even for pet sims. 1. JOURNALISM’S FIRST OBLIGATION IS TO THE TRUTH - News must not be reported just to further your agenda or narrative. A free press (like this website) depends on having accurate facts put into meaningful context so that readers/players can draw their own conclusions. 2. ITS FIRST LOYALTY IS TO CITIZENS - The free right to information should be more valuable than any website and no website should be offered special protection from the truth. 3. ITS ESSENCE IS DISCIPLINE OF VERIFICATION - There must be a concept of objectivity and professionalism in all reports and articles. Even as a situation becomes more complex (or dramatic) there should always be consistent and transparent information, this is what separates journalism from other communication such as propaganda or fiction. While objectivity is not always possible or even desirable (in the face of inhumanity, for example), impartial reporting builds trust and confidence. 4. IT IS ALWAYS HUMANE - Words have significance and we all should be aware of the impact they have on others. 5. IT IS ACCOUNTABLE - Unfairness, even accidental, should be met with sincerity over cynicism and errors must be corrected. Those who report news are in a position of leadership and a direct line to players and the sites they love, this responsibility must be taken seriously. tl;dr: What Digital said.
  4. 6 points
    Was making a work in progress thingie by trying for the first time e conte, and I ruined it (But it was expected to get it ruined) Anyways, starting a digital version of the same picture:
  5. 6 points
    Been working on some battle npcs for a personal project:
  6. 5 points
    STATUS: Open for the Summer Season. Accepting payments in USD or GBP only, at their current exchange rate. Hello! I am a freelance artist, familiar with the sim/virtual petsite scene. I am proficient in both 2D and 3D work. I am also capable of pixel work. Some of you may know me! I am also available for game assets, comic work, illustrative work and personal commissions. Please note. I am also a proficient writer and available for such work! Current Situation: Open full-time, indefinitely. Links: hello@artofelm.com | artofelm.com | All Socials: @artofelm My Process: Price Quotes and Examples The following examples have been used in commercial projects, and are here for portfolio purposes only. Please do not use, redistribute or copy under any circumstances as they are copyrighted to their respective owners. Estimates are based on a rate of £8p/h or $10.50p/h. Please note that this is between the National Minimum Wage, and the London Living Wage. Humanoids: A semi-realistic Style * Headshots and busts: £30 Halfbody: £65 (waist - knees) Fullbody: £85 Humanoids: A cell-shaded Style, that is cartoonish in nature* Headshots and busts: £20 Halfbody: £50 Fullbody: £75 Avatar Sets: A cell shaded style Prices negotiable. Price quote will depend on how many base bodies, facial elements and outfits are needed. Items: Cell-shaded Style £3-5 Items: A Semi Realistic style. £4-5 Larger items: A Semi Realistic Style £6 Backgrounds & Maps Prices negotiable. Please expect anything from £60-300 depending on complexity. Sketch Example Pets Please expect prices to be similar to humanoids. See Humanoids for example of a stylised semi-realistic example. *At this price I can throw in an optional expression change if asked. No more than 2 extra expressions. Extra miscellaneous work (One Possibly NSFW) Previous Clients - Novilar - Lacuna Cube/ Lurania Kingdom - Splatterpunk - Misc Clients
  7. 5 points
    Found this and thought it was worth sharing. (I did not draw this)
  8. 5 points
    Finished this the other day. Now I'm working on some icons for Eqcetera.
  9. 5 points
    Trello is a really amazing project management program that is free to use and works seamlessly across most platforms (iOS, Android, all modern browsers). It works with multiple people in teams and allows you to filter to the tasks that are important to you. The best part is that it is super flexible - it could be used for managing tasks in your daily life, such as chores or shopping lists, or can be used for multi-tiered development. There are 3 main terminologies that are used for using Trello. They are Boards, Lists and Cards. Boards Once you have created your Trello Account you will be able to create your first board. A board is a collection of all your data and todo items. You'll probably just need to create one, however Trello lets you create as many as you want. I would recommend to just create one for each project you're working on. If you have multiple projects, your board might look something like the below image. You may notice that I have multiple boards. I have one for a Client I'm currently working on, one for my Youtube so I know what I'm doing and when, and one for the development of my game. I've also created an Example Board to use for this Guide: Lists A list is a container within your board that holds multiple cards. You might use a list to separate "Dave's Work", "Aimee's Work" and "Claudette's Work", or perhaps you could have a list for each place you need to visit today, such as "Groceries List", "Family to Visit", "Clothes I need to buy"... For this guide we will have "Todo", "In Progress" and "Completed" :- Cards You can see on the image above that the lists have white todo-items in each list with a little description. Each white entity is called a "Card". While it may looks very very simple, and it can be used in a very simple way, it can actually get extremely details once you get into the nitty gritty.. however the detail is completely optional! Clicking on a Card brings up a view that allows you to customise it, such as assign that card to someone else (more on that later), label it (and give it a fancy color), give it a description, a due date and more. Each Card also has a comment-chain, so discussions on that particular item can take place within the card itself. The best part is that the cards can be moved between lists simply by dragging them.. Clicking on a card brings up this interface: There are all sorts of customisation options available, so let's go ahead and fill in some details for the battle arena. - Description - We'll give it a better description so we know what we're planning to do. - Members - I'll click members then my name to assign the ticket to me. My initials "NW" (or my profile photo if i have one set) will then appear. Multiple people can be assigned to a Card, and anyone can assign anyone. - Due Date - We want this completed in a reasonable fashion, so we will set a realistic due date. - Attachment - We dont have any attachments, however ANY file can be attached to a Card. There, this looks much better: You'll notice in the background that the card we created called "Code the Battle Arena" has had it's white area within the list updated. This allows you to have more detail at a glance of your entire board, and not have to click on a card to see who it is assigned to, or when it is due. You could also add a Checklist to your card which updates depending on how complete it is, and also shows progress on the list detail. I've created a checklist of items for creation for the NPC Shops. I then clicked "Attachment" to show the attachment dialog. Following that, I uploaded the drawn (hehe) bananas, and checked bananas off the list. You'll see the card gets updated in the open-view and on the list-view also. The last thing I'm going to share information on is Labels. Labels are a way to "tag" cards as belonging to a particular group to help stay organised. You can customise the color and the name of labels and apply as many as you would like to as many cards as you like; This allows you to have very organised and detailed Lists, such as: Which can then be filtered by label, by member, or by date: There are many, many other things on Trello, however those are the Core functionality. Let's not even start on Power Ups which can be used to integrate Trello into many different platforms. I would definitely recommend Trello, and if you do decide to start using it, please go via this link which will give me a referral :- https://trello.com/natewiggett1/recommend Please let me know what you think, and if this guide is helpful. Any questions, post them here and I will add them to this post with their answer
  10. 5 points
    This is a tutorial I made for anyone who is looking to get a better understanding of how to draw realistic rabbits. It can also be seen at http://leporidae.org/howtodraw SECTION #1: BASIC SHAPES What This Guide is For Rabbits are difficult for a lot of people to draw. Not only are they fuzzy and squishy, but they can change shape when they sit, stretch, or jump. A rabbit's anatomy can defined in one moment, then utterly shapeless and blob-like in another. There are also many misconceptions about how rabbits look and how they're depicted in illustrations and media—everything from button noses to food pink pads. It's surprisingly hard to find realistic depictions of rabbits in movies, television, books, and even in places where fictional rabbits are supposed to look like the real thing. There's nothing wrong with stylaizing your bunnies, of course! We just want to make sure you know what features are stalized and which are real. This tutorial is designed to help artists understand what's real, what's misconception, and what proper rabbit anatomy should look like. We have a few drawings and photographs to help demonstrate examples, and written information to help describe and guide anyone looking to draw realistic bunnies! Traditional Tutorial The first section of this guide is dedicated to traditional drawing tutorials (that's right, the ones with the weird shapes). As you can see, the body of a rabbit tends to look like a thick slinky that is slightly leaning to one side. The haunches (rear end) rest on the ground with the hocks (feet) and tail. The belly of a rabbit in a natural sitting/standing position may or may not have daylight underneathe depending on the breed of rabbit or its posture. Rabbit heads tend to be an oval-like shape that sits close to the body. When you look at the frontview of a rabbit's face, the chin sits on the point of an upside down V shape where the cheeks extend. Over the eyes are a brow that can be sketched out to the base of the ears if you want to detail the fur. Rabbits have whiskers on the brows as well (like cats), but they're not always visible (especially in rex furred breeds). SECTION #2: DO'S AND DON'TS Debunking Rabbit Anatomy Myths Oftentimes when we look at drawings of rabbits, especially cartoons, we see a lot of features that are inaccurate or missing in real rabbit anatomy: the button nose and foot pads to name a couple. Real rabbits, no matter what breed or species, have neither button noses nor foot pads like those found on cats and dogs. Keep in mind that We encourage all means of artistic expression and appreciate different styles and concepts! There is no wrong way to draw a bunny, but there is a right way to draw a realistic bunny, which is what this guide is for. We're going to start by going over the basics of what any rabbit should look like and maybe debunk a few common anatomical myths. The Button Nose One of the common anatomical stereotypes we see in rabbits is the button nose. It may twitch like a bunny nose and be adorable, but a real rabbit's nose looks much different (and is never wet). A real rabbit's nose looks like a slit with pink underneathe. The fur above the slit of their nose may be slightly pink (especially if the rabbit has white fur) because the fur gets very short and fine towards their nose. When a rabbit's nose twitches, it opens, showing little pink nostrils. The twitching of a rabbit's nose is that slit moving open and closed, allowing the rabbit to expand its nostrils as it sniffs around and breathes. Foot Pads Contrary to popular depictions, rabbits shouldn't have foot pads like a cat or dog. The bottoms of their feet are completely covered in coarse fur. They should be, anyway! It's important for bunnies to have healthy thick fur on the bottoms of their feet because the skin underneathe is very thin and delicate. They don't develop tough callouses to protect them like humans and some other animals. While a rabbit foot may appear to have have the pink 'foot pads' we see in some drawings if the fur is missing, that means the rabbit is likely suffering from worn feet and/or infection. A healthy rabbit foot should be fully furred with no pink on the bottom. The fur on the bottoms of a rabbit's feet starts out the same color as the rabbit's overall fur color as babies, then turns into a beige color as they get older (and might become tinted to match the color of the terrain they're used to walking on—rabbits that spend a lot of time on the grass will develop a green tint on their feet). Dewclaws Rabbits have dewclaws located on the front feet, similar to dogs. Declaws (pictured above) are on the inner sides of each foot and slightly further down that the opposite toe (similar to human thumbs). Rabbits have exactly five toes on the front feet (including dewclaw) and four toes on the back feet. Cottonball Tail Bunny tails are often drawn as perfectly round balls of fluff, you might even think there's no tail bones in there at all. In reality, rabbit tails have bones in them just like other animals, and they aren't round. If you were to shave a rabbit's tail, it would look short and skinny (but might be surprisingly long considering how short they look with fur). They are more like deer tails. The position of the tail is also commonly misrepresented. Unlike cats or dogs, a bunnit's tail wraps all the way down between the hind legs where the rabbit's rear is. Rabbits naturally sit on their tails, which bend around the curvature of their hindquarters. Rabbits may wiggle their tails from side to side when they dig or want to show off, and they show off the undersides of their tails (which may be almost white in some colors) when they kick their back legs into the air. Frontal Eyes It's common to humanize all animals in drawings, or make them look more like animals we're more familiar with (like cats and dogs), and there's certainly nothing wrong with that, but real rabbits have very different looking eyes from humans, cats, or dogs. The most important thing to know about rabbit eyes is that they face laterally on the head, allowing rabbits to see in almost every direction. They can even see directly behind them, but funny enought, they have a blind spot right in front of their nose! Therefore, bunny eyes face out on each side of the head and brow placement is further up above them. When a rabbit faces you directly, you are seeing the side of the eyes and the brows may dip slightly into a forehead. When the rabbit looks at you from the side, its eyes are facing you directly. When a rabbit has its head facing you at an angle, depending on the exact angle and how broad the bunny's head is, you might not see the other eye at all. Note that some breeds (like Netherland Dwarfs) might have such broad heads that you can't even see their eyes from the front! Human eyes also have the white parts of them visible at all times, but in rabbits (and many other animals), the whites of the eyes show when they are looking off in another direction (or when they are scared), showing the side of their eyeball that we wouldn't normally see. In a normal position, you will see just the iris and pupil. Rabbit eyes also look very different from human eyes when closed. They don't have an indented area around the eye and don't have eyebrows. You can see the bulge where their eyeballs are, or it might be shrouded in fluff (this is why hairless rabbits might look creepy to some people). Rabbits also have a third eyelid (called a nictitating membbrane) that may be visible in the corner of their eye, but you should probably avoid drawing this unless you are working on a higher detailed picture of a large breed (they tend to be more visible on large breeds, especially giants like Flemish Giants and English Lops). SECTION #3: More Than Skin Deep Bare Bones One of the reaons people have a difficult time drawing rabbits is because they aee fluffy, squishy, and (a bit) amorphous. Their body structure isn't as visible compared to that of a dog or horse. On a horse, you can see the muscles and shape of the hip, legs, chest, and neck, but you won't see much or any muscle on a furry rabbit. On a rabbit, you might have trouble knowing just where the hip starts under all the fur and skin, how thick their necks are, or whether they even have necks. Rabbits are masters at shape-shifting—they're plump balls of fuzz one moment, and then long and dartlike with big back legs the next. Above are a couple of pictures roughly outlining where the bones on a rabbit are located. The spine is an important frame of reference that can help guide you in shaping up a rabbit. When a rabbit sits normally (slightly bunched up), its spine is arched all the way to the ground, curving upward at the end into the tail. Rabbits can move their tails so they don't curve up, though. They can be straight or go straight down (usually when the rabbit is digging or stretching out on all fours to look around). Just like the tail, their spine can bend dramatically to become straight or even bending in the opposite direction from the natural arch (though not nearly as dramatically). A rabbit's spine may be straight or opposite-bending when laying down, jumping, or standing on their hind legs. You can use the spine as a frame of reference for where other parts might be. Obviously you have the skull at one end. At the other end, the bones in the back legs start at the base of the tail. If you're interested in learning more about rabbit anatomy, we recommend the Rabbit Dissection Manual by Bruce D. Wingerd. It contains more information and detailed pictures.
  11. 5 points
    A peppy little Bellburn. FurAffinity / Weasyl / Tumblr And with this little overlay, I'm done making overlays for all my pets., at least on Kaylune. So I'm gonna post all of them here, in case any one else was interested in the "collection".
  12. 5 points
    (Please do not post your personal information here, always contact me through direct messages for inquires ) Hello! I'm Maricela Ugarte, also known as (Chutkat) over the interwebs~ I've been a freelance illustrator for quite a while and have worked on several online and mobile games for companies all over the world by doing creature design, background art and assets. I have also won several awards for illustration, two of the most recent ones were the "Illustrators of the Future 32" and "World Challenge by Grafolio". If you have any question, feel free to send me a message! I'm pretty accessible. I speak English and Spanish Fluently and I can have basic conversations in Japanese. (In case one of these is your main language) Website | Games Portfolio | Linkedin | Deviantart |Tumblr | Pixiv Commercial Rate for beginner projects / individuals: $20 USD / hour | Or hire me a whole month for 120 hours of work for $1800 USD If you'd like a quote for your illustration or project, feel free to send me a note! _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ★ Illustrations Non-Commercial Price & Overall Information: http://chutkat.com/commission/ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ★ Background Art _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ★ Creature Design _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ★ Assets Thankyou very much for reading! (Please do not post your personal information here, always contact me through direct messages for inquires ) ________________________________________________________________________________ ★ Asset Packs https://www.assetstore.unity3d.com/en/#!/content/35255 I forgot to add, I have a 2d asset pack in the unity store. It costs $30 and it comes with around 100 tiles that you can use to build your own world. I need to revamp it soon, but as far as I know, when I revamp it you get access to the updates. These can be used outside of unity as well I think, since it includes the png files. Games I've worked on: The Tower of Princess, Shall we Date: Wizardess Heart, Clanheart, Dapper-Owl, Saylua, Horse Reality, Eqcetera, Mis Otros Yo, Pulso Nocturno.
  13. 5 points
    Sitemaps help search engines index pages of your site. It’s a very nice addition to any SEO practice! Every sitemap has the same structure to it, and I’d suggest including both pages and images. Sitemap Set-Up Create an empty XML file (most people call it sitemap.xml) and insert the following. Top Wrapper <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"> Bottom Wrapper </urlset> Every page will then have it’s own code within those tags. Example page: <url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/</loc> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <lastmod>2017-04-12</lastmod> <priority>1</priority> </url> The only required item required for each page is loc, which is the URL of the page you want your search engine to find. changefreq is how often the page should be re-crawled for new content. The options for this are: always hourly daily weekly monthly yearly never lastmod is when the page was last changed, sort of similar to changefreq in how a search engine will use it. If you are using changefreq, you probably don’t need to use this. It may be nice to put on your news overview page though and update it whenever there's a new post! priority is how important a page is compared to others, on a scale of 0.0 to 1.0. When a search engine is showing results and it gets to your site, it may use the priorty to choose which page to show. Homepage and registration should probably be set at 1, with other pages set less than that. The priorty is relative, so setting everything to 1 is the same as setting everything to 0. A completed sitemap might look something like this: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9"> <url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/</loc> <changefreq>monthly</changefreq> <priority>1</priority> </url> <url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/about/</loc> <priority>0.5</priority> </url> <url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/register/</loc> <priority>0.8</priority> </url> </urlset> Images Want your images to show up in searches too? You can add images to a sitemap in the same way! You can either have these in the same sitemap, or create a separate one. You can submit more than one sitemap to search engines. <url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/imgs/dogs/gin.png</loc> </url> PHP Sitemap If you have a lot of pages, or a lot of images, it be nice to automate your sitemap. Instead of an XML page, create a PHP page with an XML header. Below is an example of a PHP image sitemap, that’s grabbing all images from a imgs/dogs folder. <?php header('Content-type: application/xml'); echo '<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <urlset xmlns="http://www.sitemaps.org/schemas/sitemap/0.9">'; $imgs = scandir('imgs/dogs'); foreach ($imgs as $img) { if (strlen($img) > 4) { echo '<url> <loc>https://ohudogs.com/imgs/dogs/'.$img.'</loc> </url>'; } } echo '</urlset>'; ?> Search Engines robots.txt After you have your sitemap made, add it to your robots.txt file with the following line. Sitemap: https://ohudogs.com/sitemap.xml Google Search Console (aka Webmaster Tools) To submit your sitemap to Google, login to your Google Search Console account, select your site, and then go to Crawl --> Sitemaps. In the upper right hand corner, you should see a Add/Test Sitemap button Bing Webmaster Tools Hey it’s a free tool, might as well get those people using Bing too! Login, click on your site, and scroll down to Sitemaps, and click the “Submit a Sitemap” button.
  14. 5 points
    Here's my case for it: my favourite pet site, bar none, was Verpets. At the height of it, it got a new layout, amazing new site features, a new layout, amazing artists with amazing pet colour aesthetics and grade-A community. That grade A community was made in part by a very public and widely used shoutbox that was coded for the site itself, with user integration and multiple 'rooms' people could switch to for a more private experience. New users come in and introduce themselves immediately, and get to know the regulars right off the bat. The regulars have a place to perpetuate themselves without the loading and frankly clunky interface of forums (most pet site forums are awful, this one is quite good but still too many clicks to get yourself in the right category just to talk). Forums are a good place for discussion, and more importantly, paper trails for discussion, but sometimes all people want to do is jump right in without worry. Sometimes that's all they have time for, like many users I see on Subeta that will hop on the shoutbox vs the very slow moving forums on there. It's a changing landscape and the faster people get responses and reactions, the more receptive they'll be to staying, in my opinion.
  15. 5 points
    Here's a quick/short tutorial on making frame-by-frame animations or quick animated progress images with Photoshop's Animation/Timeline. Here's the animated progress for that image above.
  16. 4 points
    Cadence's Commissions Characters + Environments My commissions are closed for the meantime, sorry! I have just gotten a big graphic design contract with a local firm, so I will be working with them as an independent contractor from now on. Thanks for your interest and support!
  17. 4 points
    Here's some art for my run on Art Fight so far! Not as much as the others are doing, but I'm fine with that.
  18. 4 points
    Some of you may remember an old site (Aluriya) that died and a couple of new sites that were being worked on (Inkborne, Seraphel) but were stymied do to lack of a programmer. Well, I'm still determined that these concepts are going to see the light of day and also that Aluriya will be revived in some form. Instead of three sites however, the plan is to create one site with three different Kingdoms/areas within the site themed after Aluriya, Seraphel and Inkborne. How we envision this working is that along with different pet bases, there will also be different ways that pets are obtained to keep things interesting. If you are familiar with my current site Khimeros, we'll be adapting some of the activities that have been very popular like growables, the dynamic pet deco system and unique pets/mini pets, but a more popular art style. We will (hopefully) be using the Aluriya site framework, so all the basics are there like forums, private messages, dynamic pet deco, growables, pet dens, etc. BUT... In addition to adapting current activities used on Khimeros and Aluriya however, I'd like to know what people are currently looking for in a virtual pet game. I'd prefer to have features for gaining currency/items etc built into the game rather than for example, having users go play a lot of games like hi/lo, guess the number etc that really don't have much to do with the actual game, as a means of gaining currency. What kind of activities do you like? What kind of activities do you not like? I can say that we already do not use a pet "feeding" system and don't plan to, at least just for the sake of "hunger" stats. Open to "feeding" activities that achieve actual goals like for example, feeding 10 seasonal foods to get a trophy or whatever. I can do a run-down of things that we are already planning (mostly things that are already in place or that we feel can be easily implemented) if people are interested. I can also post more art previews. Just post to let me know you'd like to see/read more. We are still facing issues with securing reliable programmers on a regular basis so I am not able to give out any kind of timeline, but I do have someone who is currently willing to help out with small things/glitch fixes at the moment, so hopefully we can at least move ahead slowly.
  19. 4 points
    Runeowl Commissions Hello everyone! I'm a full-time freelance artist, and often open up availability to take on extra work. I've very flexible, and am generally willing to negotiate contracts on a per-case basis. I do only work for USD (no partnerships or in game currencies). Tumblr DeviantArt Please let me know if I can help you with anything at all! ~runeowl
  20. 4 points
    The fact that you owe people money, one of which going on two+ years, just reads as extremely unprofessional to me, something never seen in the working world. I don't know what you have going on in your personal life, but work is work, and personal life is not an excuse. If you have outstanding payments, you need to properly budget your money, any expenses, and perhaps even take up a minimum wage job to help raise the funds to pay people back.
  21. 4 points
    @Cybura Please never use "friends and family" for paid work on PayPal. Not only can your account be frozen because of it, but it also de-legitimizes you as a freelancer.
  22. 4 points
    Happy Thursday! Enjoy these new otter pup minipets, craftable by all players crafting level 3 and above.
  23. 4 points
    Just... Wondering that instead of a "Highest Rated Games" list, could we have a Random Game list? ( or just have another box for that feature? ) Basically whatever has been put on the site will have a random chance of appearing in that box, either on every refresh or every few minutes. As much as I like a Highest Rated Games list, it's literally only going to promote... What, 5 games, out of the many that we COULD have in the future. This way newcomers and even us old "petsite wanderers" can have a tempting view of other stuff. New, old, and in-between. x'D
  24. 4 points
    Ghost Version: Alpha Status: In-Development Website: Github Repository A Content Management System designed to allow owners to create a simple pet site without any coding knowledge; as well as allowing developers to create plugins and themes. This thread will be kept up-to-date with any big updates/news as and when required. Ghost is currently NOT ready to be used to create a pet site and will likely have a number of bugs, so beware if downloading from the repository. Update #1: Below is a screenshot of the 'Create New Pet' page in the admin area. The colors input is actually a simple plugin for the site to test and showcase what plugins can do.
  25. 4 points
    Thought I'd post these little things here. I have a set of Imperial adoptables for FR. All markings included. They pretty great as a form of stress relief: mindless recolors and occasional actual accessory/accent work. lol
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