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Britny Stewart
Artist | Hobbyist | Digital Art
United States


22-year old guro obsessed feminist fandom whore that draws way too many self inserts and doesn't care if you don't like it.


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jamesgunner123 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016
..a very happy birthday to you miss...hope your special day is filled with joy...=3
PLCTheCd Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016  Hobbyist Writer

I shall drink to your health on your birthday!


MaddySwan5926 Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016  Student
Happy birthday!! :D
VincentValentineGirl Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
*Squees* Hey! We share the same birthday! :D Happy Birthday friend!
Sura-Resch Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016
Hope you have a happy birthday.
Andeborg Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016
Kao Emoji-17 (Happy Birthday Alt) [V1] 
Kao Emoji-16 (Happy Birthday) [V1] 
Misc Emoji-04 (Happy Birthday) [V1] 
Elf-from-a-lake Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2016   General Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Kiwi-Chan269 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student General Artist
I know its early, but Happy Birthday <3
XoCaptaiN-ChemSoX Featured By Owner May 22, 2016  New Deviant
You need to give my friend a refund if you refuse to finish his art 45$ is a big deal brit...
SagelyByMoonlight Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Britny. It's been almost a year now. Seriously. This month is the one year mark since you agreed to do a commission for me and I paid you up front with my own REAL money. The fact that you've been putting up deviations, even if it was months ago, shows that you do indeed have at least SOME time to do art. So why not honor your promises and stop stalling? Life problems or no, it's still no excuse to take someone's money and then leave them high and dry like this. I've seen artists have severe illnesses who were away for months, but they still honor their commissions when they come back. They don't take people's money for a promised service, then continue making up excuses as to why the promised work hasn't been completed after so long. That's what a scammer does. A con artist uses such tactics. Are you a scammer? If so, just admit it, and I'll leave you alone.
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