Getting really tired of this Green Lantern pic I’m working on. >:|
On a side note, roller coasters are really fucking hard to draw.
YES! I will draw:
Couples and/or slash.
OCs or fanart. (Please have references!)
No, I will not draw:
Explicit or offensive material.
- These are quick pieces, so I only accept payment up front.
- I will post them in batches on tumblr.
- If you’d like a commission, please just send references. I’m strapped for time since my rent is due soon and I’m a bit behind, so I need to draw these quickly.
- I will give you my paypal email and start immediately after you’ve sent payment.
Thank you guys so much!
Art gift for deandraws
Author’s notes: I hope you like it ;D Dean is in the “Hot professors club” now (with Sycamore XD) Cas will get a lot of fun. Merry Christmas and happy holidays! (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
HAHHAHAHAHAA OMFG YES. PERFECT. WHO DID THE THING. I LOVE THIS SO HARD. Thank you so much Secret Santa!! XDDDD
Please don’t send me spoilers guys.
I’ve said repeatedly that I’m behind on my comics, so its not nice to directly message me about who DC is planning on killing off. (Btw, no I’m not happy about them planning that character’s death. Who would be?) :(
Yes, tumblr is riddled with spoilers, which I might accidentally scroll across, but I’d rather discover them by my own volition, not by anonymous message. Thank you guys~
Q:If your a pokemon trainer, What's your pokemon team?
Tips for artists taking commissions this holiday season.
- Plan your tasks accordingly so you don’t take an ungodly amount of time on your art. Commissioners will understand that life happens, and sometimes you must put down a project to compensate for other more important tasks, like school, sickness, and family events. However, you should always keep in contact with your commissioners about their piece, especially if they’ve paid you for in advance.
If you’ve accepted a commission with a deadline attached to it, but cannot deliver in time, contact your commissioner! Tell them about the delay. 99% of the time, they will be just fine with it as long as you’re polite. Of course, you should try your best to avoid these situations though, since they will make you look unprofessional.
Also! If you brush off your commissioners, they will be less likely to give you work again, and even less likely to recommend you to other people. Always be considerate! Your customers are people, not just wallets with money to give you.
Commissioners, don’t be afraid to ask questions! You pay artists money to receive goods. If their service time is unsatisfactory, I implore you to write to them. Always be polite though! We have feelings too. Always be patient, but firm. Remember, the Christmas holidays are upon us, so always ask about wait time before commissioning if you’re hoping to give the art as a gift. :)
- As an artist, I like to think I have outstanding integrity about my work. This is why I believe that all artists should take pride in not just their work, but the timely amount that they do it in. I implore you all to always be kind, especially in this most stressful of holidays.
If anything I’ve said above has offended you, I sincerely apologize. I’m not very graceful with my words, (since I don’t speak much in the first place,) but I always mean everything I say with the very best intentions. :)