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Paypal IS preferred. I cannot accept payments through means such as snail mail, money orders, checks, etc.
Please note that each commission category has two examples simply to give you a better idea of what you will be getting, and does not mean that you can only get a commission like one or the other of the examples
additional subjects are + $5 Does not come with background
$15 or 1200 for a portrait/ headshot like:
One character limitation, background does not cost extra
$25 or 2000 for a full-size, one subject drawing with a simple background like:
additional characters are + $10 detailed background is + $5
$40 or 3200 for a reference sheet like:
If you'd like more information about my policies, prices, and so forth and such then please go here: oreoseptimartwork.weebly.com/ or just note me!
If you want something that doesn't quite fall under the categories here, feel free to tell me and provide an example of something I HAVE DONE (i.e, not a style or idea that is from another artist) that you would like me to recreate for you. I can't guarantee that I will do it for you, but that shouldn't deter you from asking.
If you are interested please note me and I will tell you the info I need and how to pay me!
Commission 1: empty
Commission 2: empty
Commission 3: empty
Commission 4: empty
Commission 5: empty
I will NOT refund points/money after the picture is finished and uploaded. I am sorry for any inconvenience that may cause; but it is only fair.
I do NOT accept commissions from commissioners with reports made about them on sites such as Artists Beware.
I also have a strict pre-pay policy; I will not even start your picture until you pay. I know this seems rude, but ripping off an artist is even ruder and unfortunately it happens all too often.
And of course, I reserve the right to refuse a commission from anybody for any reason.
I Can Feel the Heartbeat Underneath the Concrete
There is a place in the distance A place that I've been dreaming of No, no time and space don't exist there We can dance like there's no tomorrow
Favorite moviesMrs. Doubtfire, pretty much all Studio Ghibli films, Freedom WritersFavorite TV showsGhosthunters, Destination Truth, Fact or Faked: Paranormal FilesFavorite bands / musical artistsLady Gaga, Metallica, Disturbed, ParamoreFavorite booksLow Men in Yellow Coats, Tangerine, The Inheritance Cycle, Harry PotterFavorite writersStephen King, Christopher Paolini, Robert Frost, Jack London, J.K Rowling, Gary PaulsenFavorite gamesElder Scrolls, Fallout, Half Life, Shadow the Hedgehog, SSBB...(I could go on for a while)Favorite gaming platformPC and GamecubeTools of the Tradea computer mouse and a pencilOther InterestsTea. That's about it.
What tools do you use for your art and how long does it take you to finish something?
I use Paint Tool Sai for my digital artwork and H3, HB2, and sometimes graphite pencils for my traditional artwork. All of my art starts as a traditional sketch that is then inked, colored, and shaded digitally. The time for me to complete things depends on a lot of factors but I seem to usually average maybe 5-7 hours per drawing; however I don’t usually sit down and do all of that in one go—usually my art process is strung out over several days, or even weeks depending on how inspired I am and how busy my schedule is.
How can I commission you?
Commission information is kept on my front page and has all the info and links you might need. If you are reading this it should be on the left of this page and above whatever picture of Lady Gaga I currently have in my webcam. Listed there are all of my prices, examples of what I offer, and a list of slots I have open. Usually I ask that once a potential commissioner has figured out what they would like to purchase from me that they send me a note detailing what they want, what character they want drawn, and how they plan to pay (either via Paypal or with DeviantART points). Even if my slots are full feel free to send me a note asking when they might be open or if you can reserve a spot. I do reserve the right to refuse a commission from anyone for any reason; usually these reasons have to do with the material the commissioner wants me to draw (if it makes me uncomfortable or I feel that it's not appropriate), but I also will usually refuse a commission from somebody if they have an entry made about them on sites like Artists Beware or similar warning sites. The time limit for me to finish commissions is a full month from the day I receive payment (I do not start commissions until I am paid). If I do not finish the commission in that time the commissioner may get half of their money back or cancel the commission and get a full refund if they so desire. The exception to this time limit is reference sheets as they take a long time anyway so they have no time limit for completion. If you are interested in commissioning me please take a look at the info on my page and feel free to note me with any questions you might have :]
Where did you learn to draw/ do you accept criticism?
I am mostly a self-taught artist. I attended one semester of the graphic arts program at my college before my major was changed and in that semester the only art related class I took was Color Theory. Besides that my artistic ability has evolved from observing my surroundings, the artists I look up to, and watching and reading tutorials online. I do accept criticism but always with a grain of salt. I prefer critics to supply their critique with a lot of references and very clear explanations as it reassures me that they know what they are talking about and can better help me see what I need to improve on. A lot of the time I get criticism from people who mostly want me to draw boobs bigger or who think that my anatomy is off but can’t pinpoint it. These types of criticism are not helpful, so hopefully you can understand why I am wary of critiques in general.
Are you a furry?
Basically. I don’t really refer to myself as such and usually avoid the label but I’m obviously very involved with the furry community and 99% of my art is anthropomorphic so I suppose I can’t really say that I’m not. I feel that the reason I don’t call myself a furry is mostly because I have been drawing anthro characters from when I first started drawing as a child—taking inspiration from shows and games such as Digimon, Pokemon, The Elder Scrolls, Dungeons and Dragons, and so forth. My art content hasn’t changed; I just happened to find a fandom who shares my interests and taste in characters.
Will you draw a request for me?
No, sorry. I just don't have the time to sacrifice to draw something for a random person for free unless I really want to-- and honestly I usually don't want to. The time that I devote to drawing free art is usually reserved for gifts for my friends; not strangers who are only showing interest in my art to obtain it for themselves.
Can we be friends?
Probably not. While I am in general very friendly and polite I don’t really enjoy forging close relationships with people. I have a handful of friends who I enjoy the company of and I don’t really want any more than that. I’d be happy to chat here and there, but I’m not really interested in making friends. I hope this doesn’t hurt anyone’s feelings; but I’m not really worth the trouble anyway.
Can I have your Skype/Steam/IM details?
Absolutely not. I don't mean to be harsh, but I do not give out my messaging details lightly. I only give the means to instant message me to people who are close to me and who I would like to get to know better. I don't give that information out to anyone else, not even people who commission me (unless it is a very special situation). Why am I so strict about this? Because a lot of people are underhanded, manipulative, and selfish and I'm tired of being taken in by people who only want to know me so they can get art from me, spam me, hack me, or make vain attempts to bully me. This hasn't happened that many times in the past, but it has happened more than once and I don't like history to repeat itself. Please respect me if I tell you I don't want to give you my details, and maybe one day I will feel comfortable giving them to you.
I need help; can you please give me advice?
Although I'm a bit of a grump and can come off as rather cold sometimes I always want to help, so if you have a question- be it about something art-related, about any software or computer things, or about life itself don't hesitate to ask. If it's personal you can note me and I won't be irked by it. Even if you are a complete stranger; if you think I have the answers or just need someone to talk to then go right ahead.