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Hi there, you can call me Galle! I'm a digital illustrator living in Argentina. My drawing style tends to anime, but I can adapt to most anything. Here you'll find anime, semi-realism and cartoon; portraits, concepts, scenes, group photos; cellshading, softshading, paintings, sketches, lineart, comic pages, and a whole variety of techniques!
Whether you want fan art, an interpretation of a family member or friend, or just want to visualize your original character, I'm here to lend you a hand on that!
When you want a commission, you'll contact me and write a general idea of the picture you want, what you don't want to see, your preferences, etc. Rough sketches made by the client, even if they're stick figures, help me know about composition and poses you want exactly. They're not common but greatly encouraged!
Of course, the more references you send me (images, a text with the personality of your characters) the more accurately I'll paint your idea.
Once everything is settled, I'll begin to work on a very rough sketch to see if I nailed what you thought of the pose, expression and overall design and composition.
After you approve it is where the commission process really starts (you'll pay after the sketch is done) and I'll start cleaning and polishing the painting.
I'll send you WIPs (work in progress) so you can point out any possible error. However, it's really difficult to fix drastic things (like the pose) when the product is nearly finished. Oh, please don't do that. That's what the sketch phase is for! Once something is painted and approved we can't go back and erase/replace things that take time to paint, so you must be extra sure with the feedback you provide.
When the product is finished, I'll send it to you watermarked. The client needs to hit the "completed" button, and although the job is finally done, I'll be around to see if there's any detail left to fix in your opinion.
And that's it! Thank you so much for reading this, I hope we can work together some day c: !
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