...No one wants to play with me. I was thinking I could do a render of this character of yours because I have costuming that would work for the her. Unfortunately I have to finish the story I already started so it could be a while, but someday, I'll do a computer graphic illustration for you. Just don't hold your breath and you'll be just fine.
Then it's a deal, as soon as I finish my present story and the commissions for Levi (he's the one I'm doing all those Link/Zelda pictures for), I'll begin work on the Plague. When I'm ready I'll ask you questions about her so that I can create something of meaning.
The Plague Doctor mask is a part of actual history. You can check out more info about Plague Doctors, here: [link]
This style of mask is most famous for being worn by doctors during the "Black Death" in the 14th century (throughout Europe). The doctors would waer the mask and stuff the beak part with various natural herbs, because they believed it would filter the air, thus preventing them from catching the Plague (which did not work all too well in the long run).
This is actually the last photo in this series that I am going to be sharing. I was actually going to stop with the "Land of the Plague" photo, but I actually received quite a few requests from watchers wanting to see Plague's entire person (her legs too), so I just posted this image to sate peoples' curiosity. This "field" series is just a sneak peak that I was offering before we release the teaser trailer within the coming weeks. I have not even posted a "couple of dozen" photos from this series, so I'm not sure what other content you are counting, but you're a bit off. Although your comment was rude and did not lie anywhere in the line of constructive criticism, I am glad to hear that you're ready to see something different (as I have a lot of different content to share soon).
Sorry, that was indeed rude of me. It got posted in nearly every group I follow so that's why I thought there'd been many more. I really liked it before it got on my nerves, so just nevermind that last part, it's interesting and nice!