Artwork and Character Information
Species: Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus) with Nymphaea gigantea
Medium: Coloured Pencil
Paper Type and Size: 9" X 12" Bristol smooth
Other Character Information: Originally drawn as a potential character for a failed comic concept
This character's new owner is *Tenshi-no-Koneko
Rules for Bidding
1. The final price includes uninsured shipping for the original artwork worldwide. If the purchaser would like insurance on the artwork, there will be an additional fee (contact me for prices; it is generally $4-10 extra, depending on location). I am not responsible for missing or damaged artwork if it is not insured!
2. Please place your bid beneath my artist comment here: comments.deviantart.com/1/3888… If you would like to raise your bid, please reply to the person who has the current highest bid.
3. If you are the purchaser, I will require payment within 7 days. The original artwork will not be shipped until payment is made.
4. Do not place a bid if you are not willing to pay the amount of your bid! This will result in a permanent ban from future auctions, commissions, trades, etc.
5. If you have questions, please ASK before you bid!
Once you have purchased the character, it is yours. You may resell it, change the name or gender, alter the design, whatever. It can be used for roleplay, comics, literature, etc. You do not need to credit me for the design every time you use it (although common courtesy would be to let someone know that you didn't design it yourself if they ask). You may repost the original artwork itself online as long as you leave the copyright information intact. The original artwork itself may not be duplicated for commercial purposes (t-shirt designs, prints, etc).
Artwork is © *MoonsongWolf
A beautiful Thylacine!
Great work c:
The Thylacine was a remarkable animal. Such a shame people were so dense as to kill off every single one. BUT there may still be hope for it. There are still sightings and some compelling evidence that it still exists today. Call me Moulder, I WANT TO BELIEVE. There are still quite a few unexplored places in Tasmainia today which could be perfect Thylacine habitat. I really, really, really wish humans weren't so freaking dumb. See, the ecosystem relies on every predator, and ever predator relies on the prey animals. It's like Jenga blocks, you take out one block, say the wolf and the deer population explodes, many become sick and die some spread diseases to other animals, birds, for example which then
gives us diseases and so on.
Sorry about the freaking novel I wrote for you....
I really love your magical designs. They're such eyecandy! Lovely work once again.