|I take commissions and I give discounts! This is the current special that's running.|
Consider yourself thanked in advanced for view, and for any favorites! I was thanking people individually for any faves, but I've been snapped at one time too many to keep doing that. Some people are just so rude, aren't they? Makes you wonder if they were beat either too much or not enough as a child.
Portraits from photographs or freehand, pencil or digital. I even build websites and do some light crocheting.
Requests are limited to things I can sell as a print. When I can use dA points to pay my bills, I will start accepting point commissions. It should go without saying that I am unable to do free work as well.
Commissions: Fantasy, Animals, People, PortraitsI work with a pencil, colored pencils, and Photoshop. I can also color a pencil work digitally. My work is pretty much divided into two categories: OCs and freehand work, and then my realistic portraits. Each have their own price sets and paper weights.
Artsy Wish List
Strathmore 400 Series, 80 lb, actual size below microperforation. This will likely never leave the wish list. I'll always want or need more paper.
Clicky erasers! For all your delicate erasing needs. (Blu-Tack works great too.)
A separate building from the house to draw in where it's quiet and free from jostling.
I am a mother, wife, accountant, webcomicker, and freelance artist. I am very, very busy. Please understand that unless you have bought something and I am specifically creating an artwork you requested, I will not adjust any drawing to your liking.
I'm married and a lucky mother to a son we were told we'd never have. (To those of you that still see that as no excuse for an unplanned baby, up yours. With a cactus.)
My webcomic is Just Another Day. It updates at a pace of 100 pages a year, plus chapter covers. Sometimes I get to put out short stories.
I have a Knuffle!
"Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If there are no gods, then you will be gone, but will have lived a noble life that will live on in the memories of your loved ones."
— Marcus Aurelius