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(Currently on vacation; unavailable until after the 26th)
A student at a ridiculously expensive art school. I do commissions to take a lovely break from schoolwork and slowly pay off my loans.
I will draw anything, so long as it isn’t hatefully offensive. NSFW is fine if it isn’t gratuitous or against this site's Terms.
You can request faster completion (3 days starting from approval) at around a 50% increase in the final price, to be negotiated. I usually juggle several art projects simultaneously but will prioritize your commission if you request it. I will still show you works in progress during those 3 days.
No major changes after approving the final sketch.
All watermarks disappear after the commission process.
You will only receive a bitmap image file (.png and/or .jpeg) of your commission unless otherwise agreed upon before commissioning me. Note that asking for a PSD file will cost more. I tend to work on minimal layers so if you have preferences for how many layers, we can negotiate that.
Please credit me as the artist (preferably with links) if you repost the commissioned piece anywhere.
Commissions are only for personal use. Commercial use is fine only if the art or design is not the focus of the sale (ex: book covers, album covers, logo design, etc. are fine) but will be cost more (price to be negotiated). However, selling copies of the image file or physical reproductions/prints (including clothing/merchandise designs, etc.) is not allowed.
I will only be using the finished image to promote my artwork. If for any reason you wish it to remain private, please let me know!
Feel free to contact me or ask questions at any time!
Referring others to me would be well-appreciated! All money earned goes straight into paying off loans and for supplies.
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