Hey you! Ever wondered what your OC would look like as a dragon? Or a gryphon? Or some weird thunder-god deer thing? Well wonder no more!
I’m currently opening $10 commissions for full body, flat-colored pieces of your OC depicted as one of the following species of mythical beast:
-gryphon (or hippogryph)
-elemental spirit (like the thunder god example above, you’ll have to tell me what element and animal your character would be associated with and I’ll create a monster using those as prompts)
When you order a commission, you’ll have to send along a reference of your OC and pick the species you want me to draw them as. If you don’t have a reference, a very detailed description will also be fine. Then I’ll do a beast version of your character based on their physical traits and/or personality. The more info you provide for me about the character, the more their beast version will resemble them~
Normally I price my flat colored lineart pieces at $25, so this is a good deal! I’ll only have these open for a few days, so grab one while you can :)
**I’ll need to receive payment before I begin working on your piece; my paypal is firstname.lastname@example.org.**
Hey guys, my friend is offering commissions!
LOL I TRIED TO MAKE HIS JACKET NOT UGLY BUT STILL RECOGNIZABLE AS DMMD UNIVERSE. His shoes are still better than Aoba’s
I’m so happy you like it though KGDgjjdf, I’d really like to do a colored version of this crossover but that will have to happen when I have more time Ｔ▽Ｔ)
I never played DMMD and I always thought Ren was cute but then I saw him in the anime and Welcome to hell, me.
As many of you are well aware, WeLoveFine is a shirt company that boosts “T-Shirts designed by fans for fans” motto. Their slogan and idea is simple enough, hire fans/artists to work with their acquired licenses and selling those shirts to said fans/artists.
They hold design contests that allow them to gain a better idea of what will sell and in turn lead artists on with the promise that they may potentially be hire by WLF under their MightyFineArtist program - a program that would allow artists to submit their work whenever and to gain commission from their art rather than one fixed flat rate.
The MFA is invite only but WLF insists that if an artist holds enough contest wins under their belt that they may be admitted into the program. They claim that they treat their artists fairly however, this ultimately isn’t how it goes down over at WLF.
More under the cut:
This is very important, please read and watch out for things like this.
Never get involved with companies that promise exposure or the like for the rights to your work, even if they give you a “base prize”.
Never give the rights of your work over unless you fully understand that means they can do whatever they want with it and make as much money as they want while owing you nothing after the fact.
Making people excited about the “POSSIBILITIES” and making things BIG AND FLASHY so they’ll sign a contract is the worst.
I’m looking into getting a new art tablet. My current Wacom Intuos 3 has lasted me 10 years and is still going, but should be replaced soon.
So far I’ve heard a few good things about Monoprice from friends. Any input? Just want good quality and durability (something that won’t give after 3 years) that’s affordable.
I’ll be looking into options in a week or so, so plenty of time to reply.
Any experiences good/bad you’ve had with brands would be greatly appreciated!
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Something a doodled to cheer up a friend.
I’m trying to post the things I’m able to draw from time to time in between work and my more time consuming personal projects
I feel like I’m starting to finally get to a point where I can say my comic’s script is mostly totally complete. Like I’ve been adding things here and there, but once I feel like it’s enough I can start roughing pages in again for final layout and such ’ H ‘)
I drew Nasubis with my left hand this week to document my wavering insanity with the work load we had