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spontaneousthings:

HEY GUYS! Okay, so my good friend peachsss is having a really bad time financially speaking. His post about what’s been going on is here. He’s a really great guy, a veteran, and he could really use some help. Anything at this point will be good, but he’s really facing crunch time concerning bills.

I wanted to offer my help and one thing I can sort of do is draw (my examples are above; you can decide if they’re worth purchasing.) I’ve never really done commission work before on this sort of level, so I’m afraid I overshot (or even undershot) some of the higher priced items here, BUT I do want to make sure Peachsss has enough money to buy food for the rest of the week, you know? If there’s a big price discrepancy listed up there for the higher priced stuff, we can discuss it, especially if you’re also an artist who knows more about this than I do.

WHAT I WILL DRAW: basically, any fandom or OC or IRL person you want. I’m really open to any sort of request, bar what’s listed below.

WHAT I WON’T DRAW: sexual scenes, nudity (to a point; no genitalia pls), no furries (mainly because I can’t draw animals for shit, sorry), problematic stuff (sexism,racism,controversial topics, etc).

Any funds will go directly and only to Peachsss’ PayPal account, which is here or you can hit the donate button on his page. Just send me a message that you plan to donate/have already donated and give me the details on what you want. Once he lets me know that you donated, I will get to work right away on your request. I have no idea how many I might get, but I do promise to do my best to get you your picture ASAP.

Thank you so much for donating! Please spread this in case you can’t afford to donate yourself. Everyone faces hard times eventually, but it’s important that we do what we can when we can to help a struggling person out, so someday they can return the favor to someone else. :)

Any questions/concerns, please feel free to message me! Or Peachsss

Signal boost people, this is some important jazz.

peachsss:

peachsss:

spontaneousthings:

HEY GUYS! Okay, so my good friend peachsss is having a really bad time financially speaking. His post about what’s been going on is here. He’s a really great guy, a veteran, and he could really use some help. Anything at this point will be good, but he’s really facing crunch time concerning bills.

I wanted to offer my help and one thing I can sort of do is draw (my examples are above; you can decide if they’re worth purchasing.) I’ve never really done commission work before on this sort of level, so I’m afraid I overshot (or even undershot) some of the higher priced items here, BUT I do want to make sure Peachsss has enough money to buy food for the rest of the week, you know? If there’s a big price discrepancy listed up there for the higher priced stuff, we can discuss it, especially if you’re also an artist who knows more about this than I do.

WHAT I WILL DRAW: basically, any fandom or OC or IRL person you want. I’m really open to any sort of request, bar what’s listed below.

WHAT I WON’T DRAW: sexual scenes, nudity (to a point; no genitalia pls), no furries (mainly because I can’t draw animals for shit, sorry), problematic stuff (sexism,racism,controversial topics, etc).

Any funds will go directly and only to Peachsss’ PayPal account, which is here or you can hit the donate button on his page. Just send me a message that you plan to donate/have already donated and give me the details on what you want. Once he lets me know that you donated, I will get to work right away on your request. I have no idea how many I might get, but I do promise to do my best to get you your picture ASAP.

Thank you so much for donating! Please spread this in case you can’t afford to donate yourself. Everyone faces hard times eventually, but it’s important that we do what we can when we can to help a struggling person out, so someday they can return the favor to someone else. :)

Any questions/concerns, please feel free to message me! Or Peachsss!

WOW
Hey so this is a thing now.
Becca is most likely an angel, I mean honestly we just don’t know.
If you are looking for a little something in return for your donations, here you go! :)

So this is the last time Ill reblog this, I promise.
I haven’t reached my goal but donations have stopped and I don’t want to keep clogging up your dashboards.

alpacamedic:

Spread the word

Important.

alpacamedic:

Spread the word

Important.

Hey folks.

It’s Justin, your friendly and awesome co-admin. It’s been a long time since we’ve been on here, but you may soon be able to stop holding your breath. I’m going to talk among the other admins and perhaps discuss reopening our wonderful blog. But first, I have some personal information to spread here among you.

hey.
theconglomeration

Holy shit I can’t believe this page still has followers. 



Soldiers and sailors assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Farah and leadership from the Farah directorate of agriculture, irrigation and livestock file onto a CH-47 Chinook helicopter after a key leader engagement in Lash-e Juwayn, Jan. 24. PRT Farah met with key leaders in Lash-e Juwayn to discuss an ongoing irrigation project. PRT Farah’s mission is to train, advise and assist Afghan government leaders at the municipal, district and provincial levels in Farah province, Afghanistan. Their civil military team is comprised of members of the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, the U.S. Department of State and the Agency for International Development (USAID).
(U.S. Navy photo by HMC Josh Ives/released)

Soldiers and sailors assigned to Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) Farah and leadership from the Farah directorate of agriculture, irrigation and livestock file onto a CH-47 Chinook helicopter after a key leader engagement in Lash-e Juwayn, Jan. 24. PRT Farah met with key leaders in Lash-e Juwayn to discuss an ongoing irrigation project. PRT Farah’s mission is to train, advise and assist Afghan government leaders at the municipal, district and provincial levels in Farah province, Afghanistan. Their civil military team is comprised of members of the U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, the U.S. Department of State and the Agency for International Development (USAID).

(U.S. Navy photo by HMC Josh Ives/released)

(Source: Flickr / soldiersmediacenter)



Afghan Border Police and U.S. Army Soldiers from ABP Zone 1, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, hike from their landing zone to an observation point along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, Jan. 21, 2013.
U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Jon Heinrich, CT 1-101 Public Affairs

Afghan Border Police and U.S. Army Soldiers from ABP Zone 1, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division, hike from their landing zone to an observation point along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, Jan. 21, 2013.

U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Jon Heinrich, CT 1-101 Public Affairs

(Source: Flickr / soldiersmediacenter)



U.S. Army Spc. Paul Varn monitors the satellite communications radio at an observation point along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border in Kunar province, Afghanistan, Jan. 21, 2013. Varn, a communications specialist, is assigned to the 101st Airborne Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team.
U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Jon Heinrich

U.S. Army Spc. Paul Varn monitors the satellite communications radio at an observation point along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border in Kunar province, Afghanistan, Jan. 21, 2013. Varn, a communications specialist, is assigned to the 101st Airborne Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team.

U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Jon Heinrich

(Source: Flickr / soldiersmediacenter)



A Soldier with 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, Combined Task Force 4-2 (4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division), leads a foot patrol using a Mine Hound to detect any improvised explosive devices on their path, Jan.29 in Panjwa’i District, Afghanistan. The soldiers, from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., are currently serving in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.
U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Hackbarth, 4th SBCT, 2nd Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office

A Soldier with 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, Combined Task Force 4-2 (4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division), leads a foot patrol using a Mine Hound to detect any improvised explosive devices on their path, Jan.29 in Panjwa’i District, Afghanistan. The soldiers, from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., are currently serving in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Kimberly Hackbarth, 4th SBCT, 2nd Inf. Div. Public Affairs Office

(Source: Flickr / soldiersmediacenter)