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WHATS UP FOLKS
ya boy is back now oficially offering The Commissions to satisfy ur need for crappy art!!!!!! dont wait any longer COME AND GET IT 🔥🔥🔥

the pricing (USD) goes by items:
- $7 bust / $11 full body (+ $6 per extra character)
- $13 for background (if it’s just solid it’s free!)
- add $5 to the total if it’s in color! because bw is simpler lmao
if ur picture differs from the items described (if it’s an album cover, a poster or anything like that) come talk to me and we’ll sort out the price!
also feel free to always leave a tip lmao

ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ CONTACT ME THRU PRIVATE MESSAGE AND GET UR DRAWING ORDERED TODAY ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ
also please boost this post to help ur boy out!!!! thank u!!

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PLEASE HELP THANKS

Had to pay traffic ticket ($291) + traffic school fees (an extra $10) and since my second job died out I’m very short on money.  My parents are helping me out but I still need to make rent and bills this month too (since I’m basically paying rent to them and they like to hold things over my head)

Notes:

  • Payment accepted through PayPal ONLY (USD). I’ll email you an invoice after we discussed and agreed on the details of your commission. Note that a Paypal fee is calculated into the invoice. 
  • Communication can be through the messaging system here on tumblr but I would prefer you email me at mirandemia@gmail.com. Better organization that way.
  • My prices are raised again (compared to my usual cut commission prices) bc of the emergency status. Although I might keep them at these prices until I find a second job or a better paying job than my first one. But do remember that if you get more than 1 character in the same canvas that the base price is cut by half. (ex/ 2 characters sketch bust would be around $22 ) 
  • I will do my best to turn the commissions out pretty fast, although I am getting over an art block so please be patient with me. 

If you can’t fully commission me please consider donating. Any amount will help me tremendously (but i would like to give you something in return so commissions would be easier on my anxiety)

Also selling small ones like these! and those i can mail to you!

And also please signal boost the HELL out of this thanks!

So I snagged this from the Otakon artist alley back in 2014 I believe. I hadn’t seen anything NANA related in a few years that I almost cried, lol. In my awe I forgot to ask her name and have been forever regretful. I’ve looked and looked but vnv. Anyone out there recognize her art? Thanks much~ Otherwise, here’s some gorgeous Osaki Nana art for ya~!

The Issue of Being a Freelance Artist (When working with non-designers): A story by Sean Williams (and future reference for other artists)

Hey guys, looks like its story time… I’m going to vent to you guys about something that just happened to me today, and hopefully you guys can reblog it so that we as artists, can try to avoid this from happening in the future.

For the last month or so I’ve been working on a freelance project for a woman who plans on running a blog about going to College. Throughout this process, I’ve worked with her step by step, going through designs, drafts, re-drafts and etc. After turning in the final design yesterday and being in agreement that the design was good, and that payment should be finalized; she sent me an email stating this: 

“I ran the design by a couple of people affiliated with by blog, and I am going to have to ask you to redo it.  It’s just not what we were looking for.  I’m not a design person at all and I wanted it done, so I settled on it. But this has to be done right”

Settled. 

“Okay, fine” I thought. Sometimes things don’t work out, and designs need to be redone. I was fine with this, and I have absolutely no problem working with a client to make sure that they’re happy; but something about her wording stuck a chord…. She settled. And for reference: THIS is what she said yesterday- BEFORE the email today stating: “This has to be done right” 


FUN FACT: I had gone in a completely different direction before coming up with the design I sent yesterday, but after HOURS of working on it and checking in with her (with her telling me she loved the way it looked) –

–I was asked to redo it.


She told me to redo it. A DAY BEFORE IT WAS DUE.  Which I did (The design I turned in yesterday). But I digress..

I continued reading through the email: 

“If you are not able or willing to take this on, then we can just cut our ties here.  If you would like to finish the project in a time sensitive manner and be paid the other 50$ and be featured, then please get me a new design by today.” 

At this point, I’d been working with her for a little over a month, (I’m a full-time student, and I work the maximum number of hours that I’m allowed to work on campus, on top of that I’m the president of an animation organization on campus, so suffice to say, I’m busy) and she had a deadline for the project, so there was a part of me that could understand her urgency. We had decided on $100. Half up front and half after I had finished. But now something else had stuck with me: “Please get me a new design by today”

What? Are you kidding me? a NEW design? We had been working together for over a month, and I had worked based on what she wanted, and now she wanted a COMPLETELY new design by the end of the day. A day, I might add that I don’t have free because I have work and then other school-related obligations that I need to fulfill… That would mean sketches to generate more ideas, having to confer with her on the design, THEN actually implementing the design, and having to clean it all up, with 1.) No direction (because the way I designed it previously was obviously all wrong), and 2.) By the end of the day.


This had to be done right, and after all of that working and reworking, I was STILL looking to try to be as helpful and professional as possible. So of course,  I was considering starting from scratch and coming up with a THIRD finalized design, until I read the rest of the email… HERE’S THE KICKER: I can’t even make this shit up. 

“A few things to keep in mind. 1.  I am a professional.  I’m an adult, this is my business.  I want it clean, simple and streamlined”.

In my head I thought: “You’re joking. You’re going to tell me these things like I’m a child? First of all, I may be a student, but I’m a working adult, I take care of my schoolwork, I pay rent, I pay a car note, I’m ENGAGED, AND take care of a pet Ferret. Beyond that, not only have I worked on this project with you step, by step, but I’ve done COUNTLESS drafts and ON TOP OF THAT, you’ve told me multiple times that the design is perfect for what you’re looking for”

The email continued: 


“https://designschool.canva.com/blog/graphic-design-tips-non-designers/”

Are you fucking kidding me. This woman thought it was okay to send me: A designer; this “HELPFUL” link. About tips. FOR NON DESIGNERS. WHEN SHE HERSELF IS NOT A DESIGNER. After this I was LIVID. But I kept my composure and kept reading:

“Ask me questions, read the blog, treat me as if I’m a real client. Let me know your thoughts on this.” 

I almost couldn’t contain myself. For a month I’ve done sketches, layouts, and etc… I’d worked with you step by step, following her instructions for the design, FOR EACH ITERATION OF THE DESIGN and I had tailored each of my changes exactly to her specifications. Beyond that I’d read and re-read over the blog multiple times in an effort to come up with a design that would best display her intentions. I was so upset after reading her email that I literally just closed my phone and walked around for a few minutes to clear my head. 


After much consideration, I decided to do what she herself had suggested and cut our ties. And I did it in what I feel was the most respectful way that I could while still maintaining my dignity. I sent her a message stating that I’m sorry that things didn’t work out, but that I could tell that she clearly didn’t respect me as an artist, and that I thought it best if we didn’t continue working together. I wished her good luck in finding a designer that could suit her needs, and I went about my day. 

Although this situation didn’t end the way that I had expected it to when we began working together, I’ve learned some things, and I wanted to share my story with you all as a way to help raise awareness for things like this:

-VALUE YOUR ART. 
-VALUE YOUR TIME. 
-VALUE THE CLIENT BUT DO NOT LET THEM STEP ALL OVER YOU

There are non designers who will commission you and be happy that you created something for them, and there are those that will NEVER be satisfied with what you give them. See the warning signs and DO NOT work with people who are going to be difficult for the sake of being difficult.

 I’ve worked with more than a few people who don’t appreciate the amount of passion and hard work that goes into art, and it draining, frustrating and its just not worth it. 

Another thing that I learned is please please please DO NOT SELL YOURSELF SHORT. 

The project that I was working on wasn’t worth $100. And after the second draft it was even worth doing for $200. I understand being a student and needing money, but I’d rather work for free on something that I love than work for pennies on something that I hate. 

Don’t take a project just because it pays. AND PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO UNDERCUT YOURSELF BECAUSE YOU’RE A STUDENT OR BECAUSE YOU DON’T FEEL THAT YOU’RE A “PROFESSIONAL” YET. 

I have friends in the animation industry who STILL don’t feel like they’re necessarily “Professionals”

KNOW YOUR WORTH.  And never ever EVER Let anyone tell you what you’re worth. Especially if they don’t know or respect just how much work and time goes into making the beautiful things that you all make.

I think that’s about it. Thanks for putting up with yet another long rant about me trying to navigate my life as an artist!

Originally posted by thatretaillife


(also… completely unrelated: If you’re an artist reading this, let me know! I’d love to follow you and I hope you do the same!)

-Sean 

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Hey! I’m opening a fair few quick commissions for four easy, all-coloured options! (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

Any additional characters are $10+ each. Paypal only + commission progress will start after payment is secured. Also, I only have a fair few slots and everything is in USD

A few limitations are mechas (light mecha is alright), furries, gore, nsfw, anything I’m morally against but other that that, I’m all set. Order Form + Process and additional info are below the cut!

You can email me at illucommissions@gmail.com and if you have any inquires, my askbox is always open and you’re free to ask via email as well. Do signal boost if you can and I hope you have a nice day! \ (•◡•) /

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A couple of days ago one of my cats got outside and was hit by a car, she’s stable but most likely has a long long way to go… i honestly hate to do this but, with all the meds, tests, samples to send to the lab, special food because she can’t even chew rn and the fact she has to stay at the hospital for days if not weeks, vet bills are piling up incredibly fast, not to mention she’ll probably get surgery later and who knows how much that’ll be… so… i need help and here i am.

i’ll draw virtually anything (if you want something but aren’t sure if i can do it, please feel free to ask) and i don’t mind if all you have to spare is $1, you can pay what you want, i just really want my cat healthy, happy and back home as soon as possible. 

The only conditions for this are: i’ll just draw single character pieces (i may do 2 characters if they’re not full-body, but please ask), and they are just for personal use.

Payment would be to my paypal account, it is: esperanza.mendozabo@gmail.com and i would need you to pay before i start working (sorry, but i just don’t want someone to back off and go away once i already finished a piece)

If you have at least a little bit to spare please consider, and if you can’t, that’s fine too, but please help me spread this

my art blog is @prancing-pixie btw

My Life as a Cartoon Network Intern (and how I think you can Intern in Animation too!)

Over this past summer, I was given the amazing opportunity to be a Production Intern at Cartoon Network (I worked on Clarence; woo!)

Every once in a while I get people who either come up to me in person, or who message me on Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram etc. and ask me how I got the opportunity, and how they can intern in animation as well. Recently (Over the course of the last week or so) I’ve been asked a bunch, so I decided to create this massive master post in an attempt to get the information out to as many artists (and non-artists) as possible! 

I know a lot of people who feel like getting into the animation industry is completely impossible, (I should know, I felt the exact same way not too long ago) and I also know just how LITTLE references there actually are on finding an internship, and beyond that, the type of experiences that people who gotten the chance to intern have had. I told myself that if I got the internship, I would try to change that, and here we are! (A little late, but I really want to make this as helpful as possible)

If you all could please Reblog this to your followers I would love it! You never know who’s looking and hopefully, I can help people with my experiences! 

So to make it easier for people who don’t have the time to read all of my ramblings, AND for the sake of ease/reference; I’m going to break this post up into different sections: My Internship search My initial excitement/rejections - How I got the internship - My experience as an Intern and How Interning has helped me as an artist

My Internship search: 

Halfway through last year (My Sophomore year of college) I had decided that I would take a leap of faith and apply for some internships. I didn’t expect much of it, but my hopes were high because I thought I had at least a halfway decent portfolio, and my resume had some pretty okay animation experience on it (I’m the head of the only Animation organization on campus) and I’m majoring in animation so I had some 3D experience and 2D experience (which I’ve worked on on my own time, since it’s what I want to do) 

One of my biggest worries was the fact that I go to a state school: Southern Illinois University. The school is great, and I love it there, but I couldn’t afford art school, so I was very worried about how many opportunities there would be for me in Southern Illinois. Especially with the amount of amazing art that I see coming from people who go to schools like CalArs, Sheridan and the like. I was frustrated because I wasn’t there and felt like I would never get the opportunity to work in animation, which has been my dream since I could hold a pencil. Cartoons have changed my life, and they still do; but I was genuinely afraid that because I couldn’t afford a more art-related education, that I wouldn’t get the opportunity to tell stories like I’ve always dreamed. (But I digress) 

As I was saying: I was doing all of your standard (I want/need a job) searches to try to find something in animation: Glassdoor, Internships.com, JOBS.com; stuff like that. FUN FACT: I’ve read every single Glassdoor review for both Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon. Every Job. All of them.

Some internships are a lot easier to find: Nickelodeon, Disney, Titmouse

While some are WAAAAAY more elusive: Cartoon Network… 

This narrowed my search down from a bunch of animation studios.. to a handful. My candidates were: Nickelodeon, Dreamworks and Titmouse. (All wonderful animation studios!) Now here’s where it gets interesting:

 My initial excitement/Rejections:

I didn’t hear back from any of them! NOT ONE. Which I learned after a very long, VERY stressful waiting period. (At this time it was early to mid April) Now; I knew that I was really too young to be applying for the internships, (I’m young for my grade so I was 19 at the time) And I knew that all of these internships specified that they wanted a Junior or above, but I figured since the year was almost over and I had good grades that MAYBE, they would let me slide. But I had no real experience working in animation, and although my hopes were high, they were also reeeeeeeal low. 

After waiting for the few weeks that I did, and not hearing a peep, I was dejected, frustrated, and I felt like there was no hope for me… Which leads us to…

HOW I GOT THE INTERNSHIP: 

When it comes to how I actually GOT the job: The answer I want to give you guys is that it was complete luck, and that by a series of random occurrences, somehow I was offered the position…. BUT, that’s only half true. Honestly, I worked really hard on making sure that I had as good a résumé as I possibly could: 

By that, I mean that I’ve worked really hard in school to get good grades/dean’s list/honors program, etc.; and I also started an animation organization on campus. (There’s a major, but there was a huge lack of enthusiasm and community within the program at SIU so I wanted to help to bring other artists and myself closer, and make great art while we’re at it) 

On top of that, I wrote (what I think was) a really good cover letter. But… Even with all three of those things, I don’t know if I would have gotten the position if it wasn’t for the internship coordinator at my school. I go to Southern Illinois University, and she pointed me in the direction of the Cartoon Network internship. (The Turner website isn’t like Nickelodeon, they only post internships when there’s a position to be filled)

LUCKILY for me, the Producer of Clarence (The wonderful Keith Mack) is an alum from SIU, so he connected with the internship coordinator (bless her heart) and I learned exactly when the position opened up. My resume and things got sent straight to him. I got a Skype interview a couple of weeks later, and I got accepted the day of the interview!

So I mean… Looking back, it was half luck, half hard work. 

It’s not like the grades and stuff really matter outside of college; Grades are just arbitrary letters, after all. But, I say that to say that I’ve tried to work hard in college even though I’m not at an art school, and that if you’re focused, it doesn’t really matter WHAT you’re good at; but how hard you work and the type of person you are. You can never go to college but be an amazing artist and an amazing person, and if you meet that ONE right person, or if you’re at that ONE correct place at the correct time; amazing things can happen; and I FIRMLY believe that. 

While I was at CN I was talking to someone (I don’t know if it’s best to call her out by name?..) But anyway she was telling me about how some of the artists are found at CN and she told me that Tumblr, YES TUMBLR. Is a HUUUUUUUUGE factor in the hiring of some people! So if you can… POST POST POST! Putting your art out there is the absolute best way to get seen. You NEVER know who’s looking at your artwork, and this website is an amazing platform for sharing, and learning about art. (And as a shameless plug: The blog Artists-Everyday is actually meant for just that ;) check it ouuuuut)

But moving forward; let’s talk about: 

THE INTERVIEW:

The interview to be an intern at CN was both really intimidating, and really comfortable at the same time. I love animation pretty much more than anything, so the idea that a single interview could determine whether or not I got a life-changing opportunity was pretty much one of the most daunting things that I could think of. The fact that I was in southern Illinois RIGHT at the time that I would have had to interview really didn’t help either… It was really scary to me, because it meant that I wasn’t going to be able to interview in person. It was a Skype interview, (a group one at that) and it was my first time ever interviewing for a position online. 

Once I got past all of the initial fear, the interview was smooth sailing. They had already seen my resume and cover letter; so we really just spent a lot of time talking about casual things: my favorite animated movie, what my favorite episode of Clarence was, etc. It wasn’t like your usual interview where they ask “why would we hire you” or “what is your greatest weakness” and I really appreciated that. They weren’t robots, they weren’t the ANIMATION GODS like I was imagining in my head – they were actual people, who happen to love animation, and the interview reflected that. 

I learned that I had gotten the position the day that I interviewed, and I’m SO GLAD I didn’t have to wait any more days, because at that point I was on fire on the inside. II don’t know what the hiring process was like for interns on different shows, so don’t take my word for how long it’ll take if you make it this far) 


MY EXPERIENCE AS AN INTERN/HOW IT’S HELPED ME AS AN ARTIST:

There is no one word to describe how amazing it is to work at Cartoon Network. A lot of CN stuff is “hush hush” high security, and they don’t allow you to take pictures of the inside of the buildings - So I’m not going to say much, other than: It’s magic. Pure magic. But I will say one thing: Free food. AT ALL TIMES. EVERY DAY. 

Working there is one of the most creatively satisfying things I’ve ever done in my life. The people, the atmosphere… it was all so inspiring. I’ve learned more in those past three months than I have in the last two years, and It’s all because I was surrounded by so many people who are better than me. People, who I might add, are some of the greatest, nicest, and most helpful people I’ve met in a long time. Plus, Cartoon Network really goes out on a limb to take care of their employees. 

I got to sit in on voice actors doing their recordings, I got to see storyboard pitches, I got to see animatics and assets for episodes that were unaired, and it was all being created right in front of me by such PASSIONATE people. 

I EVEN GOT TO MEET TOM KENNY. He remembered my name… 

As a production intern you get to see the logistic side of things: and you really grow to appreciate Production and that side of the industry, because without the production team, there would be no show! Even though I want to be a storyboard artist, I now know more about the industry and Cartoon Network as a whole, and it makes me feel much more connected to the shows that I watch on television.

One of the other biggest things about the program is the fact that I got to take storyboard/character design tests for practice, and I got the chance to pitch a show to the studio, in front of the Clarence Crew and even some really important executives! which was an AMAZING opportunity that I learned a TON from. I got amazing feedback, and I had to push myself harder than I’ve ever pushed myself before. Mentally, artistically, and personally. 


IN CONCLUSION

It’s possible. Being an intern at an animation studio is possible. Getting a job in animation is possible. Making friends in animation, and actually feeling like you belong to something you’ve dreamed about since you were a child is POSSIBLE. It doesn’t matter where you go to school, it doesn’t matter if you’re afraid, and it doesn’t matter what you look like. People are drawn to people who are genuine; and if you love animation, or production, or storyboarding or character design, and you work hard and try to really open yourself up artistically; you CAN do it. Take it from the 20 year old black guy who loves anime, video games and cartoons. You can do it. 


I don’t know how many people will see this or how helpful it actually is; but PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE feel free to share this info with your followers, and on top of that if you guys EVER have any questions about my experiences or need me to clarify anything for ANY reason you’re absolutely welcome to contact me! 

I know how many people would love to intern, and I know (from experience) how DREADFUL It is to find conducive information about how the process works and how YOU can get an internship. 

Hope you guys stuck with this post till the end, and like I said if you ever have any more questions, (hell, or if you even want to share YOUR art with me… I’m always open!) 

TL;DR:                  This Gif Sums it Up 

-Sean 

hey tumblr, i really need your help. a while ago Madison Beer posted one of my pins to her 9 million followers, but with no credit. it’s not her fault - this pin has been shared all over the internet with no credit and no watermark, so she couldn’t have known. but i’ve DM'ed her on instagram, and it would help me so much if you would come to my insta @littlestarthings, and tag her in this post asking her to check for a DM from me. i’ve politely asked her to repost it with credit and i think if she did it could literally change my whole life. pls help! reblog, signal post, tag her on my insta, whatever you can. thank you so much ✨
ig: @littlestarthings

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Hi Everyone! For a short time, Im going to be offering Single-Pokemon Paintings for just $25 USD. You can see full-examples of the works here

Payments are to be made through Paypal- which I will provide the details of after you send me your commission request so that I may start working on it. 

  • I do not begin to work on your painting until I am paid. 

Please Contact Irissempiwork@gmail.com with the Pokemon you would want or the details of your Pokemon OC. Please have some sort of reference if you are providing your OC. If you don’t have one, we can sort it out no worries. Thank you!

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Hi guys!!! I need to take commissions again so that I can fund my own webcomic website. Slots are unlimited until i reach the amount needed to pay for it.


I only accept paypal payment - I will send you an invoice 

(payment upfront - EURO )

I can draw fanart of any sort - unless it contains nsfw. tasteful nudity is fine.

contact me at imbravu@gmail.com


Once a commission has been started i will keep you updated on its process and actively ask for your feedback depending on the type of commission! I can take a while to finish it, since I can be somewhat slow-but thats because im striving to deliver my best!



Thank you for reading! I wish you all a wonderful day and thank you for taking an interest!

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Hi! my name is zack!! and recently i had some issues with my bank and now im short on 50$, so im opening emergency commissions!!!

prices are:

  • simple 5$
  • colored 10$
  • full 10$

i will draw anything except animals, nsfw is allowed but only if you are 18+ and if you take the risk, even knowing i have no expirience with nsfw

if you want to commission me, my contact email is thewintersoldier1996@gmail.com

it would help me a lot if you can reblog this post!!! 

thank you very much for reading

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Commissions!!!!

Hey everyone I’m trying to get back into commissions so I can get enough money to one; help my boyfriend @cometstormice with money troubles he has and also for my commute to school and other expenses.

If you’d like one just hmu on either tumblr or my email hasminae@gmail.com or just donations are good enough. My paypal is my email or paypal.me/JasminePanaligan

if u can just please reblog or even donate thank you!

Full body: 20$

Waist up: 15$

Base color only: 12$

Chibi: 10$

Icons: 5$

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Commissions!

I’m really needing the money. My last commission post didn’t get much movement going so I’m making a new and updated one! I’m currently working 3 jobs and being a fulltime student, however I’ve been needing to cut my hours at one of my jobs so I can focus on classwork. As a result I’m going to be losing some money so please help a girl out! If you can a donation would be wonderful too! Donations and commissions will be through paypal at hasminae@gmail.com! Even if you can’t afford a commission please reblog/signal boost!

Prices:

Sketches: $5

Lineart: $6

Headshot: $7

Chibi: $10

Half body/waist up: $15

Full body: $20

Couple: $25

Not listed, but if you commission something more than 2 people then it will be an extra $1 for additional characters

Call for Submissions!!

We are looking for trans writers and artists to submit work for our zine about trans embodiment! It can be any work relating to how you define your experience as a queer or trans person. What do these identities mean to you? You will be credited as you wish, even if you wish to remain anonymous! 

You can submit to transembodimentzine@gmail.com or contact us there or through tumblr with any questions! 

Please signal boost! Thank you!

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Hello! 

Trying something new, I’ll be listing two original artworks on sale:

Vine (top): 40USD + shipping OR a donation receipt of 30 or more to ACLU (or similar reputable organization supporting the refugees) + shipping

Void (bottom): 50 USD + shipping
OR a donation receipt of 45 or more to ACLU (or similar reputable organization supporting the refugees) +shipping

Please message or email me at kaytseki@gmail.com for availability and process first! 

All sales will be donated to ACLU regardless.Thank you so much, reblogs appreciated! 

To artists who are passionate about making changes in the world: Please consider using your art to inspire change. I really admire a lot of you and your work ethic, passion, and creativity. Please, if you have time and/or some resources to spare, consider donating part of your sales toward a worthy cause. 

Please help make the world a more beautiful place, especially during these turbulent times. Thank you!

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updated commission info!

I’m a disabled mentally ill nb person trying to make some money until I can get a job to move out of a bad place!

take a look at all of my art here!

I WILL draw

  • fanart/fan characters
  • gore
  • ocs
  • pretty much anything that isn’t down below!

I WON’T draw

  • nsfw (if you are 18+ ask me about this seperately! I MIGHT do it but prices will vary)
  • anything bigoted or what I deem offensive
  • irl people (unless given their permission)

shoot an email to enbyclown@gmail.com if you’re interested or have any questions!

Hey, so… I recently had to move out because the landlords wanted the house back, and they didn’t give us much of a chance to find a better place/save up. I’ve been looking for work and handing out resumes since I got the bad news, and even more so since my savings ran out mid May.

Now that we’ve shelled out money to move into our new place, and we’re in the midst of setting shit up, my partner’s car decides to break down. I don’t know much car lingo, but I know the issues involve the normal brakes, the emergency brakes, the back wheels. Basically, it can’t move and its sitting in the shop. My partner needs his car because his job is an hour away. We also use that car for everything ( going to cons/events to sell stuff, see family, buying groceries, etc) He says we can technically pay for it but it’s gonna knock us further into the negatives and we’re already in a bad spot because of all this moving. So I’m starting up emergency commissions. I really need to do something and this is all I can do besides apply to more jobs and wait for someone to hire me.

Want something like these below? $25


Want something like these? $15

Want something like the Sombra I did, I’ll do that for $20


*message me for more info on multiple characters per image*

I also have a Ko-Fi if you just want to donate. I’ll try and draw something tho because I feel like I should.

If you can, I’d really appreciate the reblog. 

Anything at this point would help so much. Thank you for taking the time to read this.