Hello my cupcakes of evil, I am currently opening commissions for personal use. any commercial use may follow the same link and be directed to the copyright and commercial use tab please. In short, I need money for my travel and medication costs.
Upon completion you will receive a high (un-watermarked) res jpeg or pdf (optional) that will contain high quality to print. Most of my commissions varies in size however this can be negotiated if you want a specific size frame. also please allow time for your order to be complete. I unfortunately have a busy life at work.
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I was wondering if we could talk about your art flow and how you create your work? Its amazing to me and I’d love some input and stories about how your creativity has come about. I would tell you the progress, however I dont really know how I do it myself, I just do. so I’ll just give you an all opinion thing, and I hope it strikes some inspiration.
Well where to start lol. Firstly, Ive been drawing since I could first hold a pencil (well felt tip back then lol), however I never took the subject seriously until probably around age 13 or so? Anyways, from then Ive always never shied away from trying new things, and I always to this very day encourage those tryly inspired by any art form to step outside their comfy zone. One thing I feel makes me work as well as I do is not being afraid to try new things whether its a style or a way to paint. Also depending on artists, I like to reference occasionally whilst most of my brain likes to go wild and imagine half of what I draw with a blind eyes. Its risky, but at the end, thats how I usually come up with random ideas.
With this all in mind, I also like to varies on programs. I used to hate programs since I used to be purely based on traditional media and I was strongly known for being”anti-digi” until I joined a games development course which kind of changed me abit on my view on digital art. However, if no one has the equipment (like myself 3 years ago) that should never stop one drawing :)
I think my ideas really just come with plenty of practise, trial and error. I cant give much advice whereas I am still on the learning curve myself and with that, have a very long journey to travel before Im fully happy with my art.