psa if an artist is undercharging for their art, the polite course of action is not to take them up on it but to make sure they understand that they’re undercharging and okay with it, especially if they’re a new user who doesn’t have a sense for how much FR currency is worth yet :’)
A generic Guardian dragon bust that I drew tonight while at work. Nothing special but I wanted to doodle! I see several things I could fix now (like that damn beard! Haha) but that’s ok, every time you draw you learn a little bit.
Hey Fr artists I need your opinions. So I’ve been going to the doctors about some severe wrist pain and they said I’ve developed carpel tunnel in my dominant hand. Now I’m wearing a brace and can’t draw. Yesterday I accepted two commissions for 20kt each. I’ve told them both of my predicament, and will have to wait a week longer than I was intending to complete them. Any advice? Should I refund them since they paid upfront? Should I show proof of the messy sketches I did? I’m still new to commisions and I’m stressed about disappointing them.
Good day! I am currently opening up commission slots in pairs. Once I
complete a pair of commissions, I will open up two more and so on.
will give me the ability to schedule time to ensure that any
commissions which will be gifts (for birthdays, holidays, etc) get completed in
time so you can give a super rad gift! I work full time in the industry so I will do my best to keep you updated on your commission and schedule :) Interested in a commission? Please Email me at: hello(at)arondraws(dot)com
I’m currently finishing up the last commission from the first batch, so I’m opening up slots again :)
First come, first served. I will be making a waiting list after the slots are filled and working through it. Payment due before I start work, and payment due via PayPal. All commissions delivered digitally. I reserve the right to reject a commission piece and request another option from you if there will be an issue with subject matter. It never hurts to ask me though, so Email me with any questions :)
1001 Knights is a massive 3-volume anthology project focusing on creating people-positive characters with feminist overtones.
Over the course of 3 volumes, 250+ artists explore themes about what
it means to be a knight and what makes for a strong character through
illustration, comics, poetry, and prose. The artists involved have
worked long and hard to create meaningful art that will uplift and
inspire readers. 1,001 knights will be represented between all 3
volumes, including fictional characters and the contributing artists. In order to make this the coolest and most epic anthology we can
dream of, we need your help! All money raised will go towards making the
book and compensating the participating artists. 1001 Knights is created & curated by Annie Stoll & Kevin Jay Stanton.