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9:08 PM, Friday June 30th 2023

A wonderful idea!

The smoke works really well!

7:01 AM, Saturday July 1st 2023

Thank you!

You did also all 7 uploads, that's great. Looks like you have a hand for dark themes! I really like your pirates promt https://imgur.com/c0pH8Hl I see anger and pain and the reduced scary color scheme.

It would be really great to see all promtations in a big gallery. It's very exhausting to click from discord to go to drawabox and do one more click to go to imgur and then several clicks only to find out if the next artwork is interesting or not.



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