B&W Digital Linework - £8 (1 Character) (+ £2 per extra character)
Full Colour Piece - £15 (1 Character) (+ £5 per extra character)
Including Full Colour Background - Simple (+ £3), Detailed/Complicated (+ £10)
There maybe an extra charge of £5 for any particularly complicated pieces - eg. lots of armour, weapons, tricky animals... Please enquire on this front.
Commissons not to be reposted back on deviantart or other art related sites. Artworks are for personal use only with full credit given to the original artist, plus linkage back to my page here on deviantart.
If you would like to commission me for artwork, you can contact me via the notes system. I do accept paypal preferably, though I will accept points if needs be!
Open to commissions!
Before you start posting screenshots or official renders, or even creating pieces with official artworks from games/television etc..., read the rules! You shouldn't be doing it! No excuse! If someone tells you that you shouldn't be doing it, don't get huffy and try to make out people are 'hatin'!' - they're doing right by site rules. ALSO, don't be posting things up you didn't make yourself, whether in full or part. And that includes OTHER PEOPLE'S artwork - like taking it off Pixiv for example. Devianart is for your own artwork created in full yourself! See some dA FAQs here: -
Art is the beautiful expression of our imaginations... or a sneak peak at how weird and wonderful we can be! (I'm pretty open minded, but there are things out there that I just carefully steer around. But everyone to their own!)
I don't always follow or like the popular things/trends/places - I tend to mostly fall into the pit of the obscure and cult (or just stuff that people love to hate on so they fit in with the crowd). I'm not adverse to popular things, and I don't want to rain on anyone's parade if they enjoy to follow those kind of trending things. I guess you could say with such things I'm a zombie whose been let off the chain to wander where I like, but sometimes I might shuffle after the zombie hordes to hang out.
If you have a passion for a particular game or television show/movie or whatnot, don't let anybody criticize you at any point for focusing on or sticking with something you love. You can love what you like, though just make sure not to go too overboard, as not everyone may be fans! There is always room for other passions, too, but if you're not interested in something that someone else is talking about, don't let them make you feel bad about it. You're not here to appease people - nobody can force you to like something! If they can't understand, then that's their problem! Be proud to have a passion in your heart!
Art is a hobby, one I want to find further inspiration and improve on. There are so many people here who have driven me creatively and spurred my imagination, for which I will be forever grateful! My art might not be amazing, but as long as I produce fun things that shares one passion or another, then I'm happy enough. Let's always support growth and progression for other artists and writers!
Complimenting something or someone off the back of the criticism of another is just awkward and arrogant. Just don't do it.
Friendship is a gift. We will meet many people over our lifetimes and share common interests. Sometimes we fit perfectly, and sometimes we don't, though we can always get around such things, but if you can't, then let it drift apart naturally without drama. Who knows? Maybe one day you may come across that person again and you find it works out better the next time! Can't do that if you throw gasoline on the bridge in a haughty, indignant rage! Also, friendship is not about people having to pander to or meet particular expectations. Give and take in friendship should not equate to having to do or say things if you don't want to. Friendship is about understanding, there are no set rules. You are not indebted to fulfill requirements simply because you are friends. Learn about each other, find your middle ground and have respect and compassion without ego and derision.
Please don't bring your superiority complex to the table, especially when you're not willing to show your own work (can even be applied in general!) - usually the case when it's someone who actively berates others offhandedly or is just generally abrasive (as if they're never in the wrong!). Especially don't do it if you're hiding your works on other accounts because you can't handle criticism but enjoy giving it out. If you can't handle feedback, don't blame other people or make them out to be the bad guys. Generally people aren't out to get you personally (with critique or otherwise), and to think so is very arrogant, so don't just go running to your friends all the time (as sometimes they won't always give you the most honest feedback out of fear of hurting your feelings). In the end, put yourself out and there and be humble and fair to others, and there will always be respect given back, whether you're a writer or an artist.
Some of the most fun times is when you completely surprise a fellow artist with a random work of art that you've been secretly creating just for them. Sometimes people don't need to request things to get a little bit of love shown back for all their support and kindness!
Everyone is welcome to my home here on Cloud 9.5, as long as you wipe your feet on the way in and bring plenty of snacks!