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Hi, as the title says I'm looking for the old official Mabinogi artist. I really like how the old NPC portraits look like, such as the NPCs in Emain Macha or the spirit weapons, as well as the early generation cutscene artwork (G1~G3 or so). I am curious how they draw now and if they have their own personal social media so I can follow them or support their work. Anything helps, thanks!!
IMO people should be grateful that you drew something for them for free, rather than pointing out all the specifics they didn't like. I think your artwork is fine and your poses are very expressive! I'm quite poor so I can't commission you, but you should never think that your art is not "worth it". For pricing I think you should trust yourself on it, because it is based on many factors (such as how long it takes you to draw, colour, etc).
My pets have been working hard on their expeditions! Here is the daily life of my sheep Cottonpan throughout his work day.
He wakes up at sunrise after sleeping in the shade of the cherry tree, and drinks from the pond to keep cool in the summer heat.
Cottonpan awaits his order from the Baltane Squire Captain (he can't sit on the bench or else he falls off, so he sits on the ground... menacingly). She takes too long to decide what mission is best for him!!
He gets ready to set off for work on his bike!
During work break hours, he returns to the homestead where he rests with his friends on the humble stage 1 pet pasture.
After a long work day, he can finally come back and relax with the others. They are very fascinated that mushrooms suddenly appear on the log exactly at 8:00P.M. Afterwards, he returns to his cozy spot under the cherry tree, where he falls asleep to the rustling of leaves in the evening wind.