This is a commission slot. You can hire Cienne-Z to create a personalized artwork of this sort here.
The artist will most likely respond to a request within the same day. This commission slot was rated positively by 4 clients thus far.
Cienne-Z describes this slot:
My old style is back! Lineart is draw using pen and paper, then scanned and colored digitally. It's been a while since I've done this style, so my samples are a bit old. What does this mean? The art style is currently experimental and may not look exactly like the samples provided. However, if you want a replication of the style provided in the sample images, that's okay too!
Note: This style does not include complicated backgrounds. For full backgrounds, please check the Full Digital style.
Current price is experimental and may be changed anytime on short notice.
A pleasure to work with, such great communication and attention to requested changes!
Such a wonderful experience, I look forward to more in future. Great communication and replies to access what I wanted fully!
Once again a beautiful art work and great communication l. A pleasure to work with. I definitely keep recommending this artist!
Cienne-Z was nice and very accommodating. The process took a while, but the end result was worth it.
The artist was very good about offering and taking feedback from the first step, until completion. The art itself was absolutely spectacular, and I would commission them again, without hesitation.
Friendly artist and beautifull art, going to comission soon again! Highly recommend it!
Absolute pleasure to work with them! The finished product was unbelievably incredible and I can’t wait to get more from them! Thank you thank you! Don’t pass up an opportunity to commission them if you can! Such a kind and hard working person!
Fast, kind, and with amazing art! This artist is awesome!
I wonderful sense of style and an even better sense of detail. This person will not disappoint, I love their work
Awesome work.. very cute.
1.) Send in the details of your commission, along with your references. If you don't have a full reference for your character, images from Google are acceptable (eg. Asking me to come up with a unique design based off various outfits and styles you found on the Web.) Pure text descriptions /references have a lower chance of being accepted, depending on how much details are given or how much freedom you'll give me when coming up with a design. Please take note that I charge additional fees for major design revisions, so I highly recommend you to provide at least a few reference images, especially if you have a more specific concept in mind.
2.) Once everything has been approved and prices are all set, I'll mark your commission as "Accepted."
3.) I'll show a very rough concept sketch (mostly applies to "full body" and more complicated slots in general.) Once you have approved the sketch, at this stage you are advised (but not required) to make the payment. This is to ensure you that your commission is being done in a smooth pace, without delay. (Please read Step 4 for further explanation.)
3.) I'll show the final sketch, then the finished line art. At this stage, I'll ask if there are any revisions to be made. Minor revisions and ONE major revision are free or charge; subsequent major revisions will cost 5% of the total commission cost.
4.) Important: At this stage, you are required to make the payment. Please be aware that I will NOT proceed working on the commission until the job is in "Paid" status, for security reasons. Failure to pay 1 week during this stage will result in your commission being "on hold." If there is a second commission on the wait list, that commission will then be prioritized.
5.) Once the line art has been approved, I'll also send in a W.I.P (work-in-progress) piece showing the base/flat colors. Once everything has been approved, I will start working on the details and shading.
6.) I'll deliver the final artwork. At this point I can make small adjustments to the art, just in case I missed a few details. Once you are satisfied with the art, move the job to "Completed" to claim your artwork (without the watermark!) Also keep in mind that some file formats (such as .zip) will only be uploaded once the job is in Completed status.
1.) You as a client are free to use your commissioned art however you want for personal and non-commercial use only. All commission base prices are for non-commercial use only. For commercial artwork, please inquire first since pricing will be different (roughly $100 base price + additional based on difficulty of artwork.)
2.) I reserve the right to post all commissioned art on my website/portfolio, or this site as "sample artwork." If you prefer to opt out from this, kindly let me know. Art displayed publicly will be watermarked to ensure that only you, the client, would have access to the original file. If it's art of your OC, don't worry! I normally give proper credit to everyone who has commissioned me in the past.
3.) And of course, never claim my artwork as your own. You are free to edit the artwork (except for my signature) as long as you still credit me for the original artwork..
4.) The "estimated turnaround" days will only be applied once I've started on your artwork. The "accepted" status is usually an indication that I'm about to work on your art, but is not always the case.
5.) Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
6.) Only applies to people who have still not paid for their commission: Even if my slots work on a "first come, first served" basis, failure to reply / confirm the commission within 3 days will result into your name being bumped down the wait list. I will then proceed on working on the next commission on the list. Your commission will only be prioritized once you've confirmed your interest in the commission.
7.) I may charge additional fees for extra elements such as large companions/pets, complicated clothing/designs, large and detailed weapons, and extra background elements, to name a few.
If you have any more questions, feel free to send me a message.
(Last updated on September 24, 2018)
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