I’ve finally decided to reopen commissions after a very long hiatus. I feel my art has improved since the last time and I’m enjoying drawing after so long. Here are the rules:
WHAT I WILL DRAW:
I’m more active in the Pokémon and Attack on Titan fandom, but I am willing to draw from other fandoms, provided I’m given clear context and references. However, I may refuse a fandom and that is my right to do so.
Your ships! Got a rarepair that has no love? I’ll get it done! Once again, this is the same with fandoms in that I’ll pretty much draw anything with context/references and I have the right to refuse.
Got some OC’s in your head but you can’t get them onto paper? I love designing characters, so I’m all for it.
WHAT I WILL NOT DRAW:
NSFW (no exceptions; cute kisses are OK)
Gore of any kind
animals (Pokémon are OK)
Backgrounds are included in the costs but I am not willing to do anything complicated, only the type of backgrounds featured in the images above. You are encouraged to pick a color (if you absolutely want to) for the BG, but if not, then I’ll assume that I get to choose.
I will try to create the art in a timely fashion (I don’t forsee any delays, but you know how life is) and I ask to be given at least a week from the time that you request the art. This might be difficult to time if I have multiple commissions at once, but it shouldn’t take that long. If anything should come up, I WILL be in contact with updates so you’re never left in the dark.
Also! I require payment up front. My paypal is email@example.com.
If you’d like to see more examples of my art, just head onto my blog and there should be a taglist in the navigation bar to help you!
I look forward to working with you all! Thank you so much!
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