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If we need to discuss more than that, just let me know! This is just a good starting point for commissions.
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:icondracostarcloud: Edea fat
:icondracostarcloud: Agnes fat
:icondracostarcloud: Magnolia fat
:icondracostarcloud: Rifa fat
:icondracostarcloud: Zeldoten immobile
:icondracostarcloud: Vina immobile
:icondracostarcloud: Rebecca immobile
:iconM76030: L7 fat
Commissioning me does not grant you endless permissions or the right to post the art to your deviantart gallery without express permission from me. thank you.
If you want to show more support, please consider tipping me in your payment! It would make me so happy~
Art Status??/??/17- SPECIAL OFFER: BOGO Line Art, Sketch Art Commissions, Full Color Art (Until I pay off my debt for the bank. ;0 )
Do to problems with my job (I am not getting enough work hours) I am currently offering 2 for 1 on Sketch art and Line art commissions. (Buy 1 commission, get 1 free.)
Only cash paying customers. Sorry I am not accepting any DA points at this time.
As always must follow my commission guide lines.
I am NOT ACCEPTING any trades at this moment. :3
I would not open until I finish my current trades first.
Art will be kinda delay for my tablet recently broke so be awhile I post any color artwork.
Just a reminder, I am enforcing my commission rules.
Anything involve more han 2 diffrerent characters, require adittional service charge of +$3 (240 DA Points) per different additional character. No question ask.
Keep in mind there ARE BETTER EXPANSION ARTISTS. If you DO NOT like my commission prices, go somewhere else with your business
5 Things to Think On When Commissioning SomeoneThis is something that I've been tempted to point out but was a little nervous cause I don't want to make anyone think I'm talking about them specifically. I've been doing commission art for a few years now and these are just things I've observed over that time period. Many of my friends and fellow artists have also experienced similar but for many artists, we can be a tad introvert and not want to say these things to the commissioner, often times just fear of driving away someone even though most people I've meet who commission me are very open and understanding when I've told them things or given suggestions on what they're commissioning from me.
So I thought I'd post this to hopefully let some commissioners who might do these things from time to time a chance to reflect or for fellow artists to think on it and maybe be a bit more open when they do end up running in to any of these things if they bother them. That said, here are just a few things commissioners should think on: