Then Vs. Now

Things I didn’t know back then, but I do now:

  1. To draw hair is not to draw all the different strands of hair. Hair is ONE entity, to be drawn as one shape.
  2. If you don’t get the proportions in your basic drawing right, no matter what you do, your final output is going to be awful (see left.)
  3. Smudge sticks are your best friend, USE THEM MORE THAN YOU USE PENCILS!
  4. Cheeks have shapes too.
  5. Draw shadows, not objects.
  6. Use the darkest, softest pencil you can get your hands on.
  7. 70 GSM printer paper DOES NOT last.
  8. Use a camera which doesn’t add a red coloured time stamp to the picture.

Hopefully, I’ll keep learning more :)

The prices:


  • sketch - 5$ (+3$ for every additional character)
  • sketch (colored)  - 8$  (+5$ for every additional character) 

Half body 

  • sketch - 10$  (+5$ for every additional character) 
  • sketch (colored)  - 17$  (+10$ for every additional character) 

Full body

  • sketch - 15$ (+7$ for every additional character)
  • sketch (colored)  - 25$ (+13$ for every additional character) 

Examples of my work

Terms and conditions: 

  • I will start working on your piece after payment.
  • I will send you an invoice with which you will pay me. 
  • The regular time limit to a piece completion is about 1-2 weeks.
  • If something comes up and your piece can’t be done in under 2 weeks, I will let you know beforehand. 
  • Once I start working on the piece, you will get snapshots of my progress as I work on it in your email.
  • This is a digital copy and you won’t be getting a physical version of it. 
  • If you have any issues with the piece email me.
  • I will probably post the commission on all of my social media, if that makes you uncomfortable or if you disagree with that let me know in an email. 

Contact me at lifewhatisthat12@gmail.com

All of the commissions are for non-commercial use. 

Commission slots: 

  1. available 
  2. available 
  3. available 

Рисую подписоту из паблика вк некоторое время. Вроде как чему-то учусь и немного прогрессирую.

I carry an art journal around me and sketch portraits of beautiful people and places. I don’t mind if it doesn’t turn out as well as I expected because it’s all just for fun and practice. I drink coffee and sit on the rooftops overlooking Paris and I paint everything I see. Everything is documented in my journals. Every tiny sketch and quick doodle counts. Even a fleeting stranger can end up in my book of memories. I slowly get better and better with every drawing and as I flip through my journal I can see the progress. I never stop drawing and I treasure my journal forever.