Theocritus Idyll XVIII, Chorus and Musicians (1913). Sir William Russell Flint (Scottish, 1880-1969). Watercolour with bodycolour over pencil.

This is a design for an illustration in ‘The Idylls of Theocritus’ published in 1922, depicting the line 'Then sang they all in harmony, beating time with woven paces, and the house rang round with the tidal song.’


A Z U L I T Y  C O M M I S S I O N S !

As promised, here are the updated prices and added a full-body option. You’ll see that not all of my usual commission styles are listed; I have kept the ones that have varying prices (character sheets, illustrations, icons) to inquire-only. If you are looking to get one, we may discuss it and I will gladly offer you my base prices.

As it currently stands, I am a full-time student and a part-time worker. I will do my best to fulfill commissions in a timely manner and will keep open communication with you at all times.

Monochrome: $20 Bust | $25 Half Body/Full Body
Coloured: $25 Bust | $30 Half Body/Full Body
(+$10 per additional character)

Flat Colours: $30
Full Colours: $50 
(+$20 per extra character)

Flat Colours: $50
Full Colours: $70
(+$20-30 per extra character)

Flat Colours: $70
Full Colours: $90
(+$30-40 per extra character)

R U L E S / G U I D E L I N E S:

  • All prices are in USD
  • Payment upfront is preferred. However, I am willing to arrange payment plans (i.e. downpayment, paying before and after completion, etc.) Please contact me if you need such arrangements.
  • No realism, mecha, complicated armour, or furries*
    *Animal features and Yordle characters from League of Legends are fine.
  • Please ask about NSFW. Most sexual themes and mild violence are okay, but I would like to be informed of any NSFW themes prior to any payment arrangements.
  • Accepting Paypal ONLY.

View all finished commissions here!

**If you are interested or would like more information, please contact me at**


Frank Cadogan Cowper (1877–1958, England)

Paintings 1

Frank Cadogan Cowper was an English painter and illustrator of portraits, historical and literary scenes, and can reasonably be described as the last of the Pre-Raphaelites.

His career began after the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood had broken up, and the core artists had largely abandoned the style, but despite a style that was seen as deeply regressive at the time, Cowper was able to produce several works of great inspiration. His style is indebted to Millais and Rossetti, and indeed, his finest works can be compared to models by the previous two artists. Additionally, his portraiture can at times recall Waterhouse, as with his painting The Patient Griselda.

Lady Mary Heveningham by Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1532. Black and coloured chalks, white bodycolour, pen and ink, and brush and ink on pale pink prepared paper.

Rossetti Painting ‘Lovely Guggums.’ Douglas Percy Bliss (British, 1900-1984). Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour and scratching out on paper.

Rossetti sits hunched over an easel, drawing or painting Lizzie Siddal, known familiarly as ‘Guggums,’ the cutler’s daughter who inspired so much of his early work and whom he eventually, after a long and fraught engagement, married in 1860. On the far wall hangs one of the female half-lengths of which Rossetti painted so many from the late 1850s on.

Heyyo, I’m opening up commissions!

What I will draw:

  • OCs (w/ reference or detailed description)
  • Any fandom/character 
  • (heavy) gore


  • Anything sexual (eg. nudity)
  • incest or pedophilia 

Prices are as follows:

Full Body

  • Colour: $30
  • Monochromatic: $25


  • Colour: $15
  • Monochromatic: $10

Add a character (to either): +$5 per chara (max. 3 charas)

All prices are in CAD. If you’re interested, email me at Payments via paypal at boobuuwuubuu (the picture says otherwise, but I just updated the info, sorry!). Payment is half upfront, half later. If you have any questions feel free to email me! Please do not send me an Ask or DM on tumblr, thank you!

A Royal Princess (1903). Archibald Wakley (British, 1873-1906). Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour heightened with gold.

Wakley’s inspiration for this sumptuous depiction of a Medieval Royal court was Christina Rossetti’s 1868 poem Mother Country, in which she imagines a heaven where Queen and handmaid will be equals, reflecting in the final verse on how life is but ‘a vain shadow’ of the new life that will begin after death. “But a vain shadow / If one considereth; / Vanity of vanities, / As the Preacher saith.”