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One everlasting passion of mine is to create concept art for weapons and equipment of any kind, from swords to gauntlets and armor; mostly swords, anyway.
You can propose an idea you have about it and you can choose between realistic, cartoonish and pixel art in regard for style. Consider me your blacksmith!
25$ is the base price for a single piece, a single painting/drawing with a balanced amount of details; price may rise depending on the requests, like more than one weapon/equipment asked, additional time consuming features or objects that require anatomy or particular compositions, like pauldrons, gloves/gauntlet or boots. If you also want a narrower deadline, that may also rise the cost.
The artist will most likely respond to a request within the same day. This commission slot was rated positively by 30 clients thus far.
November 22 2019
Always a delight to work with. =]
October 14 2019
Amazing commission! Very responsive and helpful with helping me. If you want a great weapon, commission, this is your slot!
August 30 2019
another good piece of art! did a solid job, and communicated with well! cant recommend enough
August 13 2019
great job as always! took a little longer than I would hope, but it looks great! was worth the wait!
May 25 2019
Worth the wait!
April 30 2019
April 22 2019
Another great job! Cant recommend enough!
January 18 2019
Great feedback and communication. Made sure I ended up with what I wanted, even with the oddest of requests.
January 06 2019
Good job always creative and great work to details
January 04 2019
Another great piece! this dude is amazing! this guys for me is a go to! can't recommend enough!
everytime you ask for a commission be sure to describe in details what you're asking for regarding style and aestethic; also try to send pictures that i can use for reference, it will make the job easier for everyone.
if you post my works around platforms, it would be kind of you to mention me.
i'm on deviantart and twitter, link in the informations.
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