sample artwork

As tedious as the game got towards the end, I appreciate @Mangaminx playing Siren Blood Curse so here’s a fan art of her @KrismPro & Pretzel. To clarify this is the Krinx family as the Monroe family without it being all awkward and all broken up. I also put Minx as the husband cause she mentioned during one of her streams so wore glasses so I was like well then, here you are lmao. That shirt took forever plaid is killer on the hands but other than that this was a funny thing to draw. Oh and yeah… Pretzel is Bella but don’t go putting ties is real dogs/animals ears cause that would be bad. *awkwardly shuffles away*



Hello! I am finally opening up for commissions! Now that I’ve graduated college, I would like to make some means of an income while I search around for full time employment! Here are the details written out in case anything looked confusing!


  • Sketch - $15
  • Lined - $20
  • Flat - $25


  • Lined - $30
  • Flat - $35
  • Detailed - $40


  • Lined - $45
  • Flat - $50
  • Detailed - $60+


  • Flat fee - $15 ( + $5 for every additional character)


  • $20 - $40 depending on complexity

NSFW is allowed but I reserve the right to refuse any request 

for more samples of my artwork, please check out my art blog OR my personal blog

I take paypal in $USD ONLY

If you’re interested, email me at (with COMMISSION as the title of the email)

If you are interested, please be able to supply a reference or detailed description of your character please!

Thank you!! 


Hello! I open for commission again. I updated some of the sample with my recent artworks ^^

- original characters
- fanarts
- simple/blurred background

- furries
- mecha
- R18 related
- detailed backgroud

I only accept payment via paypal

Commission Types:

1) Type A (rougher/sketchy line)

bust-up -  $10 USD /character
waist-up - $15 USD /character
full body - $25 USD /character

++simple bg add 5-20USD

2) Type B (smoother/neater line)

bust-up - $15 USD /character
waist-up - $25 USD /character
full body - $40 USD/character


more samples


If you’re interested please contact me via ask or email me included the following information:

character reference(s):
commission type:
preferred pose (if any):
background (solid color/simple):
private commission: no  /  yes (+$10 USD) 

Thanks for reading and any reblogs are highly appreciated :’D


Robin from Fisheye Placebo looking melancholic in the city night. I wanted her eyes to resemble the fisheye lens of her camera. Many people think photography objectively captures reality, but that couldn’t further from the truth. A photographer can only capture the reality he/she chooses to see through. The types of lenses used, what’s included vs excluded in the photo, camera settings, and countless other things can alter the feeling a photo gives off, and thus reinterpreting the reality seen through the lens.

In other news, I’ve finally picked out my team of 3D artists to help me speed up my comic production. We’re still in some testing stages but I’ll be announcing the new team soon with sample artworks! So excited!

Meeting at the printing house

Since it’s clear that - thanks to 612 people as of now!! - Radiance will definitely be printed, we scheduled another meeting with our guy at the printing company.

A word about them: The literary agency I work for has collaborated with them on various projects with all kinds of different printing products and in addition to that they were recommended to me by several colleagues from other agencies as well as by editors and graphic designers. Of course I checked them out (among the usual suspects - online printing companies and printing houses in Germany and abroad) and what let me gravitate towards them immediately, besides the quality in printing they offered and their reasonable pricing, was how open and friendly they were in regard to our project and the fact that we would have a regional partner who’d be there for us throughout the whole process of making the book.

I met up with our guy, Herr Hönig, and their layout designer to get some advice on some tiny layout details and to check out some sample prints of artworks and texts. Aaaaand: They came out really NICE!! :) :) :)

We’ll continue our work on the copy editing process to get the printing proofs out to all the contributors soon (contributors get an e-mail update shortly). Printing is scheduled for the end of August - Radiance is going to come to life when the rights to “Hannibal” revert back to Martha!!

BTW Herr Hönig agreed to wearing a flower crown when we get past 44K € on Kickstarter :D

He told me again yesterday that our project is one of the most interesting and exciting he ever had - not only because of the unusual financing situation but especially because of the enthusiasm and love towards the book that speaks out of every single contribution and the way Radiance is organized and then carried by a whole community :) ❤️

He asked, “That’s the spirit you told me about when we first talked about the book, right?”

“Exactly!! The Fannibal Spirit!!”

And he laughed when I left, “Bring that flower crown next time!!”

❤️ ❤️ ❤️


Some of my artwork sampled here for 2017. I think what I’m most happy about is the different between that animated sketch with the phone (May) and the one I did today of Tidus (December.) There’s a clear improvement and although I do love screenshot editing, I’m glad my drawing is picking up! 

Thank you so much to everyone who has kept nudging me along this year and encouraged me, I hope to keep it up next year and also looking at doing a belated give away soon. 

anonymous asked:

My mom and i are struggling with money... and she told me to do drawings for people and i made already 7 and got 70 dollars (10 each) and well i was thinking on do it digitally... any tip on how to work on online commissions?

Hmmm, I’ve only done Commissions once, but I did some research to determine my pricings, so I can give you a bit of an insight of how to price your commissions.

Pricing commissions should be determined by a few elements:
1. Your skill level.
2. The type of commission’s complexity level (obviously the more complex, the more expensive).
3. The speed of your work.
4. Your living costs/this differ with where you live.
5. How many people would be willing to give your commissions a go with your prices.

Let’s break it down.

1. Skill level and Complexity level go hand in hand. Skill level is how well you can do your art (but this can be subjective) and complexity is mostly about details, it can be something from just bust drawing, half body of a character, full body of a character, colored or sketch. Simple Background, complex background or no background. Always provide samples of your works for each type of commission, because no sample artworks can make it look suspicious. You need to at least have a few artworks to showcase your ability to deliver results.

2. The speed of your work. How long does it take for you to finish a commission? A few hours spent on one sketch commission for a $10 is reasonable enough. A few days for a $10 is not.

3. Your living costs. If you live in a low living cost countries, you can afford to lower the prices, if not, be realistic and price it accordingly. For example, USD $10 might be a lot for me, but USD $10 might not be enough to afford 1 lunch for you. 

4. This depends on how many people are interested in having you draw for them for a price. Even if you have, say, 1000++ followers, be aware that not all of them will jump on the opportunity the moment you open for commissions. Some of them can’t afford it right now, some of them might not be interested for now. Drawing things for free and sharing it to the internet is like casting a net to the ocean to attract potential buyers/customers, basically. A lot of artists spend a long time cultivating their fanbase partly for this reason.

5. Still with topic no. 4. If you price your commissions too high, they might change their mind. The only exception is if you have a lot of people interested in your art. Some really popular artists priced their commissions highly for the reason that they know some people would be interested nonetheless (plus side they get bragging rights for commissioning popular artist), but that’s also cos they’ve been around long enough to be able to command high prices.

6. Is this a private commission, or a commercial commission? A private commission means you still own the rights to the artwork you made while commercial commission means you’ve given up all the rights to reproduce the artwork. Naturally, Private commission normally isn’t too expensive, while commercial commission need a longer discussion of price list on the subject.

7. Spend the time to sit down and set everything up before you open for commission. Price list, check. Sample artworks, check. What about payment method? Most people use paypal, but you need to be aware that paypal charges a fee for each transaction (which you can take in consideration when pricing). Also make the rules clear on what you will be drawing for the commission and what you won’t be for the commission (usually NSFW, incest, lollicon/shotacon, etc.). Provide step-by-step on how to commission you (ex: I set up an email just for the commissions emails), give them an insight on what they can expect like the timeline of your work (1-2 weeks? 4 weeks?), delivery method (.jpeg files by email, what dimension?), what happens if there is a major edit even though the sketch has been approved (extra charges). Clarify as many elements as possible to avoid awkward situations that could take up production time. 

8. And, nothing beats research, so go to the tumblr search tab, and write “Commission Information” to know what everyone else is doing with their commission posts! It’ll give you inspirations on how to make your first commission post.

9. Lastly, always be nice and be patient! Since you’re a one-man show, you need to do everything including customer service by yourself. It’s important to remember you’re building a rep with each commission you’re doing, and with each satisfied customer means more potential business! :-)

Phew… that’s a long post. I do wish this would help!

April Book Photo Challenge: Day 5
Favorite Cover: Percy Jackson and the Olympians/Heroes of Olympus

John Rocco’s artwork is amazing!!!!!!! I have no idea how he does it.

Sorry to keep this place on a dry spell! Deadlines are hitting me hard, and I just learned that I’ve been accepted into EVO’s artist alley!

This is sample artwork from my upcoming fanbook “Blues de Chocobro”. I’ll be honest, I just wanted an excuse to draw Versus XIII!Noctis. He’s a guilty pleasure of mine.

Commissions OPEN for Illustrating Voltron Fan Fics!

Hey friends! I’m opening illustration commissions for the Voltron Legendary Defender fandom. If you have a fanfic that needs illustrations please DM me or email me at for more information! 

Here are some sample of my VLD artwork! 

For other ship fan art from this fandom just search the Voltron Tag on my portfolio! 


Have an awesome day and thank you for your interest! (Sharing is appreciated) 

A Good Little Girl: Marked (Part 9)

The Winchesters. The only two people who know what you need. The only two people who can give it to you. The only two people you will ever belong to.

Prequel Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8

Summary of Marked: You decide to get a tattoo to protect you from possession.

Word Count: 3000

Warning: smut, dom/sub dynamics, polyamory, a bit of tattoo!kink (sort of?)

A/N: Enjoy a polyamorous relationship with the boys (no Wincest). Let me know what you think!

Originally posted by themegalosaurus

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The commission list has been updated in accordance to how long each piece will take at an hourly rate. Reblogs and Donations are GREATLY appreciated! c:

Below are additional samples of my artwork in each category.

Simple Icons and Sprites: $5  Sample 1 | Sample 2 | Sample 3
Pokemon Fusions: $10 - $15  Sample 1 | Sample 2
   *This varies on the pokemon requested. For example if you would like a fusion of Hoopa Unbound and Dialga, it will cost the maximum rate ($15) however if you’d like a small fusion for example Wooper and Rotom this will cost the minimum amount.
Basic Style: $20  Sample 1 | Sample 2 | Sample 3 | Sample 4
Character Sheet (front and back): $25  Sample 1 | Sample 2
Character with Background: $30  Sample 1 | Sample 2 | Sample 3
Character (above shoulder): $15  





  • Do not sell, reproduce nor edit my artwork and water mark!
  • No Refunds
  • Note that each artwork takes time to make so I will give you a time frame of how long until it is ready along with updates.
  • Note that only clients who are sure about the commission will receive my Paypal email. This is to avoid unnecessary/ unexpected payments.
  • Commission prices are subject to change every 6 months.
  • I will only give discounts when announced
  • Once prices have been negotiated please ensure that you are able to pay in FULL prior to completion.
  • I will send invoices in order to finalize payments, please DO NOT send any amount to me otherwise in relations to the commission.


  • NSFW Art
  • Gore Art
  • Fetish related art
  • Suggestive Art
  • Any Pornographic material


  • Just about anything else.

Questions about Commission? Feel free to message me on this page.

Open Chibi Commissions!

Hello everyone! I could really use some extra cash so for a limited time, I decided it wouldn’t hurt to open 3 chibi commission slots since I have some free time! 

The price is $15 for one full-colored chibi

I require payment upfront but I will try to have it finished within a week and a half.

Please email me at with the subject ‘Commission’ along with your refs and a description of what you’d like. I’d also appreciate if you could include a flat color ref!

I only use Paypal and I will exchange info through email once we confirm the commission. 


Will Do list:

Fanart with Ref

OCs/Fan characters with Ref

Minor armor/weapons

Minor Gore

Will NOT Do List:


Heavy Gore



Detailed armor/weapons

Here are some recent samples of my chibi artwork in the style these will be done in!

Thanks so much for considering and even if you can’t commission, I’d really appreciate any reblog! ;v;