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Throughout my early years on Deviantart, Fanfiction, and the like, I've looked across the various art spectrums. I've glanced from the beginning artist to the professional, from anime to realism, and even different art mediums like handmade plush dolls to clay figurines. The point is that I've seen tons and tons of art with all varying degrees of quality. Since I'm still a beginning artist, I have known what it's like to start with, to be blunt, bad art. 

This is where the Bad Art Blogs come in.

From what I can gather, these art blogs pick out various art pieces from all over the net and gather to laugh at it. For some of these blogs, it works because these are either self-submissions or some artists give their drawings to them for their advice and critique. When they are asked for critique, they are really helpful, nice, give various tips on how to improve, etc., which makes it all the more frustrating when they then attack somebody else's drawings because it did not fit with their level of quality.

Here are the counter-arguments that one would might have considering the Bad Art Blogs: 

1.  "These people are posting their art, so it is allowed to be subject to criticism. These Bad Art Blogs are giving them the criticism they deserve."

This counter-argument is somewhat reasonable, as it is true that if you post on a public forum, then it will be subject to differing opinions. Hell, these bad art blogs are even capable to giving out great criticism when called for, as they put really good tips on certain art tools and techniques. But there's one glaring flaw, though: They then turn around and proceed to bash either a beginning artist or a child's drawing. That is not only frustrating behavior to deal with, but actually quite hypocritical as well. If they are asked to give criticism, they are nice and are willing to help. But to a random art piece on Deviantart they picked up, they can't even give that art piece the time and day to give decent criticism? There's a fair amount of double-standard going about.

Here's another glaring flaw concerning the counter-argument. It's said that since the art is posted on a public forum, it is subject to criticism. Unless I hear otherwise, why didn't these moderators of the bad art blogs just go to the original artist and ask to give them criticism? After all, the Internet is a public forum so the moderators have enough free reign to go to these artists and just give criticism right there and then to where the artist can actually see it. What this says to me (and I hope to be proved wrong about this) is that the moderators not only are being hypocritical in their stance to art, but they are also laughing at someone's art piece behind their back.

What's worse is that they link the art pieces back to the original artist, which means that people who also agree with them can go over there and start bullying these artists for their art. These bad art blogs take the art without the artist's permission and belittle it with the audacity of calling it criticism. That's a moral and, in some countries, legal violation of the law. Even in the US, these art blogs could get into legal trouble for doing this. For more info, see here (stuttering-sandwing.tumblr.com…, www.artslaw.com.au/legal/frequ…, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_ri…, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attribut…)).

And Heaven forbid that the original artist themselves go to these blogs and ask the moderators to take it down. In most instances, the moderators are gracious enough to do so. But there have been those select blogs that have made a big deal out of posting someone's art (you know, without their permission) and then when one of the original artist asked to not post their art, they replied with a baby crying gif. That's, to put it simply, highly immature. Maybe the artist did not word it properly, but if that's the knee-jerk reaction to responding to an artist asking rightfully to have their stuff taken down because it was posted without permission (no, still not letting that go), then...

2. "These Bad Art Blogs are just willing to dish out the criticism that everyone else is afraid of doing."

Alright, while we're on the subject of critiquing, why don't we deal with how Bad Art Blogs deliver critique normally? Surfing through these bad blogs, I've noticed that they consist of a snarky remark followed by what's bad in the tags. What I've also noticed is that there seems to be a trend going on within these bad art blogs. Tags such as "atrocity", "anime (or animu, if they want to be especially egregious)", "cringe", etc. are especially common when going through these blogs. Other than that, there's absolutely nothing at all. There's no advice on how to improve the picture, there's no tips or tricks on helping the artist grow, absolutely nothing that could help the artist out.

Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating just a little bit. I have seen a couple of times where one of the moderators on one bad art blog explained perspective and sketching. Yes, the moderators do give helpful advice when asked by other artists which is nice and can help other aspiring artists out as we-. . . Wait. If they're giving out decent criticism and advice to other artists when they are asked and if they have the ability to dish out advice that can be helpful to the aspiring artist, then why don't they do that to the pictures that they're bashing on? Why don't they? Is it because they carry the title of Bad Art Blogs that they're not allowed to do so? See, this bothers me because not only is this an insult-to-injury to the original artists, but it's really hypocritical of them to do so. It's great to give out criticism to those who want it, but they can share that constructive criticism with those they are bashing on.

Another point to add on is that the drawings are indulged in pure fantasy. Be honest, who hasn't dreamed of running with Sonic, being with Edward Elric, or hanging out with Sans? I remember that when I was younger, I used to dream of being with my favorite characters. Now, I dunno about the fetish artwork or anything like that, but with OCs, fanart, OCxCanon shipping, or anything harmless like that, let these artists have their fun. Maybe they want to escape their everyday rigid school life, maybe they want to dive in a world of fantasy, or maybe they want to vent out their frustrations. Whatever it is, let them draw the things that they consider harmless. I remember that when I was going through a rough period in high school, I would be edgy and stuff. So, I don't see why other artists can't.

3. "These Bad Art Blogs are supposed to be a joke. Relax."

So. This counter-argument. This counter-argument is probably one of the flimsiest arguments that I have ever heard of and yet it makes my blood boil. Why? Because it implies one thing. It implies that to get a quick thrill or cheap laugh, these art blogs are willing to prey upon people who aren't in their level of talent and bully them. All for the purpose of a cheap laugh. I would like to think that the moderators who run these blogs are some of the nicest people that I can meet. The artists they make fun of are either beginning or children while the moderators themselves have at least a defined art style or adults.

Which brings me to this point of contention and is directed at the moderators themselves and the followers of the bad art blogs. Hey. I want to talk to you as civilly as possible on this matter. Up until this point, I haven't been all that happy with you, but I want to talk to every single one of you with lots of respect and dignity as I hope to carry across with this.

I want you guys to think back to when you started out with your craft. Were you in elementary school, middle school, high school even? What advice were you given when you started out? Did people give you pointers and advice as gently as they could so that you could refine your skills? Or were they extremely caustic and told you straight to your face that you sucked?

If you picked the first option, do you really think that making fun of art that look amateurish will make you feel better? Do you think that being as mean and caustic as possible will help them achieve where they want to be? Some might, but others won't. You can't just tell people that they suck or this is bad and that's a done deal. You have to sometimes show them the way and only then, will they improve. Besides, do you really think that making fun of another person's art will make you feel better in the long run? Remember that you were that beginning artist once. You were once that artist who was struggling and trying to find your own art style.

If you picked the second option, then continuing this cycle won't get anyone anywhere. Maybe you want these artists to prove you wrong like you did with your critics, but some of these people just are not the same personality type as you. They don't have the same drive and determination that you had to prove the critics wrong and you can't expect them to be that way. You are one of the keys to unlocking their full potentials as artists and doing so by giving them helpful advice along with the criticism can help them a great deal. Weren't you that struggling artist once, filled with fantasies of being with your favorite characters and self-inserts?

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TL;DR These bad art blogs are illegal and more to the point, they aren't exactly helpful at all. If the moderators really want to help aspiring artists grow, they should rename the blogs to critique-art-blogs and help them rather than harm them. Because, after all, weren't they those beginner artists/kids once?
A birthday gift from me to you, :icontlfscarheart:! Hope you enjoy!

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There he was, standing across the way. He was going to judge you for everything you've done so far. You try to mentally calm yourself down for you've got nothing to hide. At all. And yet, just seeing him there rigid like a statue, it honestly makes you feel a shiver sent through your back.

But there was no turning back now.

"Your actions here...will determine the fate of the entire world. If you refuse to fight, Asgore will take your soul and destroy humanity. But if you kill Asgore and go home, monsters will remain trapped here forever. So what will you do?"

For a moment, you don't reply. You were so taken aback by his question that you blanked out momentarily. It was a tough decision in all honesty. You couldn't bear the thought of harming another person, even if it was the ruler of all monsters. But you had family to go back to and friends who were waiting for you on the other side.

After a few minutes, you begin to speak.

"I...I must confess that these two choices will be hard choices. On one hand, I would never want to kill another soul, even out of desperation. But there are people out there waiting for me and I want to see them again."

Finally, you face the judge, eyes and voice firm. "I will do the right thing, no matter how long it takes."

He looks at you, surprised. Then, a shadow of a grin appears on his face. He chuckled and for once, you felt the negative energy decrease a bit, though it was still there. You felt your rate decrease with every passing minute. After he stopped chuckling, he looked at you with a little twinkle in his pupils.

"Should've figured. You've got this little thing called Determination. As long as you do what's in your heart, I believe you'll do the right thing."

A smile as big as the sun crossed your face and you felt a huge weight being lifted off your shoulders. But the smile reduced in size as you were faced with one more task: to face the king once and for all. You reach him and he's a little smaller than you were. On one hand, you want to cuddle him (along with his brother) but on the other hand, that would be unprofessional. You smile at him before heading off to face King Asgore.

-

"Hey." His deep voice rang through the phone. "So, the king disappeared and everyone's been a little uneasy. But if you didn't give up, then neither will we." There seemed to be a little laugh as he ended his sentence. "By the way, I heard from a little bird that it was your birthday. So, happy birthday kiddo, and remember, a lot of people care about you."
Judgement Hall. Neutral Ending. Happy Birthday.
Here you are, :icontlfscarheart:. Sorry it's a bit late!
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Luna, you and Leo have been chosen as Warriors of the Madolche Card Deck. Awaken!

"Luna!"

Luna awoke blearily to Leo's worried face. She smiled tiredly to reassure him that she was okay before getting up from the computer desk. As she made her way into the bathroom, Luna turned her head ever so slightly to find Leo hunched over the desk. She would have scolded him for improper posture, but it wasn't worth it right now. Besides, over the past couple of days, there were bigger concerns to worry about than just improper sitting posture.

Over the course of at least five days, all their friends went missing. The first was Jack after a Duel Circuit in New Domino City, followed by Crow soon after. Yusei and Aki fared little better as they disappeared within hours of each other in the same day. Trudge, bless him, was putting a lot of his policing hours trying to find the missing duelists and promised to contact the twins if there were any leads. But so far, there were none whatsoever so they took it upon themselves to find their friends.

As Luna took time getting dressed, her mind trailed back to that dream and the meaning that it could possibly contain. The Madolche Card Deck was a rare and mysterious deck that only hardcore collectors were hard-pressed to buy. She'd seen pictures of certain cards online and believed them to be extremely adorable though their use in battle was never known to her. To be chosen as a Warrior to these deck of cards, now that was the mystery that alluded her.  

As she walked out of the bathroom, she heard a shout coming from Leo's bedroom. Rushing her way over there, she stopped dead in the doorway to an unbelievable sight.

Who is she?!

Standing in the room along with Leo was a woman clad in all her royal finery. Her purple hair was adorned in long curls complete with a silver crown laced in hearts along with a few colored bobbles here and there. Her dress shined in beautiful brown and gold, designed to look like a Tiramisu cake complete with laced lavender trim. Her face, though pale, contained no trace of arrogance. Indeed, it looked a tiny bit haggard and worried.

"Leo...?"

"I haven't the faintest idea on who she is, Sis." Leo shrugged. "She just appeared here suddenly."

"Allow me to introduce myself," She said, her voice a gentle whisper. "I am Queen Tiaramisu, the leader in the Madolche Card Deck. I am sure that you are somewhat acquainted with me."

"You're the voice in my dream last night." Luna mumbled in realization.

"Quite right, Lady Luna. You and your brother have been chosen as Warriors in my Card Deck if only temporarily."

"Sorry." Leo began. "Luna and I have a bit of trouble concerning our friends."

"I quite understand. Actually, I have a bit of information regarding their whereabouts. It seems that an evil wizard has taken them prisoner, along with my daughter Madolche Puddingcess and her friend Madolche Magileine."

"..."

This was all too much to take in. For one thing, the woman claimed to be the leader of an incredibly rare card deck. Furthermore, she needed their help to fight off this evil wizard for who knows how long in order to save her daughter and her daughter's friend. Even more frightening was the fact that this evil wizard had their friends as well! Leo shook his head trying to wake up from this bizarre dream (it had to be, it just had to be), but Luna was a bit more trusting. She made her way towards Queen Tiaramisu and bowed to her.

"Alright, your Highness. I trust you. Turn me into a Warrior of the Madolche Card Deck."    

Queen Tiaramisu smiled and tapped Luna's shoulder gently with the staff. A warm feeling washed over her as a bright light engulfed her. Just as quickly as it started, it ended. Luna felt taller and slightly warmer. A quick once-over found her dressed in a butler's outfit, complete with coat and monocle. Luna looked at the queen for clarification and then to her brother, who stood there mouth agape.

"Congratulations. You have now become Madolche Butlerusk."

"Luna, do you still have your wits and memories about you?" Leo asked urgently, walking over and squeezing Luna's shoulders worriedly. Luna looked confused. Of course she had her wits and memories. After a nod, Leo sighed a breath of relief. Queen Tiaramisu, who was watching the scene with great interest, also look confused.

"What seems to be the matter, Sir Leo?"

"Sorry. Just that I have seen instances where the whole transformation thing doesn't really work out and as a result, strange-er-situations have happened and it's a long story."

"Oh my. That sounds horrible." Queen Tiaramisu nodded sympathetically.

"Yeah, well, at least Luna still has her wits about her. So sign me up!" Leo grinned.

Queen Tiaramisu returned the smile and tapped Leo on the shoulder gently as well. Instantly, a bright light covered him until a woman stood in his place. She had short hair the color of marmalade with matching eyes and a maid's outfit, complete with a frilly headband. She turned over to the mirror and blinked before smiling even wider.

"I have to admit. This is somewhat cool!" Leo pumped a fist in the air. Luna walked over to the mirror and saw that his hair turned brown and fluffier complete with matching eyes as well. She patted her hair experimentally before turning to Queen Tiaramisu, who waited patiently. Queen Tiaramisu then stood up and handed them one card each.

"For some areas, only two people can go through here. That being my daughter and Magileine. They will instantly transform you into these two so that you can access the areas easier. Luna, you will turn into Madolche Puddingcess while Leo will turn into Madolche Magileine."

"Cool!" Leo remarked.

"With this, I used the last of my powers. Until the wizard can be defeated...I shall...be placed in a dormant state...Good Luck...." With this, Queen Tiaramisu's body shimmered until it faded. Leo and Luna looked at each other and nodded before heading off to the first area to save their friends and the inhabitants of the Madolche kingdom.
Warriors of the Madolche Kingdom! Leo and Luna!
This was a request for :iconjamie260397: and :icontherandom500:. I wanted to make something nice for them; however, my drawing skills are a bit rusty at the moment. Therefore, I don't feel like I can do any request pure justice by drawing it. Hence, why I turned to writing it instead. I sure hope you two like it!
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Hey, guys!

Sorry about the art delay; it's just that college and the fact that it has no scanner is keeping the art from coming.

Nevertheless, in that time, I will be reviewing Ninjago OCs. Keep in mid that I will be reviewing finalized Ninjago OCs, not the ones that are starting out and not the ones from the past. Trust me, I've had some OCs that were...out there. I'm still finalizing myself, but please note that just because I'm finalizing, doesn't mean that it plays a crucial part on the review itself.

I will also be constructively honest. I will say both the good things and things that need improvement about the OC in question.

Okay! Bring in the Ninjago OCs!
Throughout my early years on Deviantart, Fanfiction, and the like, I've looked across the various art spectrums. I've glanced from the beginning artist to the professional, from anime to realism, and even different art mediums like handmade plush dolls to clay figurines. The point is that I've seen tons and tons of art with all varying degrees of quality. Since I'm still a beginning artist, I have known what it's like to start with, to be blunt, bad art. 

This is where the Bad Art Blogs come in.

From what I can gather, these art blogs pick out various art pieces from all over the net and gather to laugh at it. For some of these blogs, it works because these are either self-submissions or some artists give their drawings to them for their advice and critique. When they are asked for critique, they are really helpful, nice, give various tips on how to improve, etc., which makes it all the more frustrating when they then attack somebody else's drawings because it did not fit with their level of quality.

Here are the counter-arguments that one would might have considering the Bad Art Blogs: 

1.  "These people are posting their art, so it is allowed to be subject to criticism. These Bad Art Blogs are giving them the criticism they deserve."

This counter-argument is somewhat reasonable, as it is true that if you post on a public forum, then it will be subject to differing opinions. Hell, these bad art blogs are even capable to giving out great criticism when called for, as they put really good tips on certain art tools and techniques. But there's one glaring flaw, though: They then turn around and proceed to bash either a beginning artist or a child's drawing. That is not only frustrating behavior to deal with, but actually quite hypocritical as well. If they are asked to give criticism, they are nice and are willing to help. But to a random art piece on Deviantart they picked up, they can't even give that art piece the time and day to give decent criticism? There's a fair amount of double-standard going about.

Here's another glaring flaw concerning the counter-argument. It's said that since the art is posted on a public forum, it is subject to criticism. Unless I hear otherwise, why didn't these moderators of the bad art blogs just go to the original artist and ask to give them criticism? After all, the Internet is a public forum so the moderators have enough free reign to go to these artists and just give criticism right there and then to where the artist can actually see it. What this says to me (and I hope to be proved wrong about this) is that the moderators not only are being hypocritical in their stance to art, but they are also laughing at someone's art piece behind their back.

What's worse is that they link the art pieces back to the original artist, which means that people who also agree with them can go over there and start bullying these artists for their art. These bad art blogs take the art without the artist's permission and belittle it with the audacity of calling it criticism. That's a moral and, in some countries, legal violation of the law. Even in the US, these art blogs could get into legal trouble for doing this. For more info, see here (stuttering-sandwing.tumblr.com…, www.artslaw.com.au/legal/frequ…, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_ri…, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attribut…)).

And Heaven forbid that the original artist themselves go to these blogs and ask the moderators to take it down. In most instances, the moderators are gracious enough to do so. But there have been those select blogs that have made a big deal out of posting someone's art (you know, without their permission) and then when one of the original artist asked to not post their art, they replied with a baby crying gif. That's, to put it simply, highly immature. Maybe the artist did not word it properly, but if that's the knee-jerk reaction to responding to an artist asking rightfully to have their stuff taken down because it was posted without permission (no, still not letting that go), then...

2. "These Bad Art Blogs are just willing to dish out the criticism that everyone else is afraid of doing."

Alright, while we're on the subject of critiquing, why don't we deal with how Bad Art Blogs deliver critique normally? Surfing through these bad blogs, I've noticed that they consist of a snarky remark followed by what's bad in the tags. What I've also noticed is that there seems to be a trend going on within these bad art blogs. Tags such as "atrocity", "anime (or animu, if they want to be especially egregious)", "cringe", etc. are especially common when going through these blogs. Other than that, there's absolutely nothing at all. There's no advice on how to improve the picture, there's no tips or tricks on helping the artist grow, absolutely nothing that could help the artist out.

Okay, maybe I'm exaggerating just a little bit. I have seen a couple of times where one of the moderators on one bad art blog explained perspective and sketching. Yes, the moderators do give helpful advice when asked by other artists which is nice and can help other aspiring artists out as we-. . . Wait. If they're giving out decent criticism and advice to other artists when they are asked and if they have the ability to dish out advice that can be helpful to the aspiring artist, then why don't they do that to the pictures that they're bashing on? Why don't they? Is it because they carry the title of Bad Art Blogs that they're not allowed to do so? See, this bothers me because not only is this an insult-to-injury to the original artists, but it's really hypocritical of them to do so. It's great to give out criticism to those who want it, but they can share that constructive criticism with those they are bashing on.

Another point to add on is that the drawings are indulged in pure fantasy. Be honest, who hasn't dreamed of running with Sonic, being with Edward Elric, or hanging out with Sans? I remember that when I was younger, I used to dream of being with my favorite characters. Now, I dunno about the fetish artwork or anything like that, but with OCs, fanart, OCxCanon shipping, or anything harmless like that, let these artists have their fun. Maybe they want to escape their everyday rigid school life, maybe they want to dive in a world of fantasy, or maybe they want to vent out their frustrations. Whatever it is, let them draw the things that they consider harmless. I remember that when I was going through a rough period in high school, I would be edgy and stuff. So, I don't see why other artists can't.

3. "These Bad Art Blogs are supposed to be a joke. Relax."

So. This counter-argument. This counter-argument is probably one of the flimsiest arguments that I have ever heard of and yet it makes my blood boil. Why? Because it implies one thing. It implies that to get a quick thrill or cheap laugh, these art blogs are willing to prey upon people who aren't in their level of talent and bully them. All for the purpose of a cheap laugh. I would like to think that the moderators who run these blogs are some of the nicest people that I can meet. The artists they make fun of are either beginning or children while the moderators themselves have at least a defined art style or adults.

Which brings me to this point of contention and is directed at the moderators themselves and the followers of the bad art blogs. Hey. I want to talk to you as civilly as possible on this matter. Up until this point, I haven't been all that happy with you, but I want to talk to every single one of you with lots of respect and dignity as I hope to carry across with this.

I want you guys to think back to when you started out with your craft. Were you in elementary school, middle school, high school even? What advice were you given when you started out? Did people give you pointers and advice as gently as they could so that you could refine your skills? Or were they extremely caustic and told you straight to your face that you sucked?

If you picked the first option, do you really think that making fun of art that look amateurish will make you feel better? Do you think that being as mean and caustic as possible will help them achieve where they want to be? Some might, but others won't. You can't just tell people that they suck or this is bad and that's a done deal. You have to sometimes show them the way and only then, will they improve. Besides, do you really think that making fun of another person's art will make you feel better in the long run? Remember that you were that beginning artist once. You were once that artist who was struggling and trying to find your own art style.

If you picked the second option, then continuing this cycle won't get anyone anywhere. Maybe you want these artists to prove you wrong like you did with your critics, but some of these people just are not the same personality type as you. They don't have the same drive and determination that you had to prove the critics wrong and you can't expect them to be that way. You are one of the keys to unlocking their full potentials as artists and doing so by giving them helpful advice along with the criticism can help them a great deal. Weren't you that struggling artist once, filled with fantasies of being with your favorite characters and self-inserts?

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TL;DR These bad art blogs are illegal and more to the point, they aren't exactly helpful at all. If the moderators really want to help aspiring artists grow, they should rename the blogs to critique-art-blogs and help them rather than harm them. Because, after all, weren't they those beginner artists/kids once?

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IittletaIks Featured By Owner May 16, 2016
hi there ! it's been a while since we talked , how are you? :0
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Ayuki-Karpy Featured By Owner May 16, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
It has been a while! :D How are ya?
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IittletaIks Featured By Owner May 20, 2016
sorry this is late , had a busy week !!!! And it has !! I'm great , how about you? 
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Ayuki-Karpy Featured By Owner May 20, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
I'm fine! I see you like Osomatsu-san, eh?
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Jamie260397 Featured By Owner May 15, 2016
Excuse me, but are you taking requests at the moment? If not, sorry I bothered you.
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Ayuki-Karpy Featured By Owner May 15, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Of course! :D 
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TheRandom500 Featured By Owner May 16, 2016
I have a request the request is a one of TF and MC it is Queen Tiramisu transforming Leo into Madolche Magileine  yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Madolche… and Luna into Maldolche Puddingcess yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Madolche…
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Ayuki-Karpy Featured By Owner May 16, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Okay! 
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Jamie260397 Featured By Owner May 15, 2016
Ok then. Madolche Queen Tiaramisu (Yu-Gi-Oh!) turning Leo (Yu-Gi-Oh!5Ds) into Madolche Marmalmaide (Yu-Gi-Oh!5Ds) and Luna (Yu-Gi-Oh!5Ds) into Madolche Butlerusk (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
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Um...well...okay then!
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