|Amazing people that I love to death ;u; (In no specific order. Mostly groups, really.)|
Do not ask for something like guts flying everywhere. I will seriously just give you a picture of red and call it good. I can draw blood, just not a tsunami wave of it.
Fluff is okay, but I will warn you now that I can’t draw kissing that well. Smut is also a no-no.
Just like any other artist out there, some days I’m on a drawing high, and sometimes I can’t draw a decent stick person. Patience is appreciated. If you need some progress shots, I can provide them.
I’ll accept three commissions at a time.
References are good things. The more, the better. That really goes for all information at all, period. Give me some of their personality traits, tell me what you want them to be doing, give me a time and a place and a situation if you want. The more info I have, the less likely I'll be to stare at a blank page and procrastinate because I'm unsure of how to approach the picture.
Please be patient with me. Life is a thing that can get in the way sometimes. If I'm taking too long, you have permission to poke me, but repeatedly asking me to hurry up will only cause me to not want to work. You can ask for your points back at any time, if I haven't started working on the commission. If I have, then we can talk and sort something out.
I can draw humans and cats, and decent-ish wolves. If you ask for something else too far out of my comfort zone, don't be surprised if I say no.
I have the right to refuse any commission. If I do, I'll give you a reason, but I'm sure there are things that aren't listed on the rules that I'm not comfortable drawing. Please respect that.
Prices and examples
Sketch/Lineart- 15 points
Colored- 25 points
Shaded- 35 points (Transparent or extremely simple background)
Complicated background- +5-10 points (Depends on the background. For something like the examples above, it'd be around 5 points. 10 points would be for something like the examples below.)
Extra characters- +10 per character (Warning: If you go past 3 or 4, things might start to not look as pretty as they could be. I've been practicing putting more characters into one picture, but I'm still far from perfect at it.)