#inktober has arrived.
Halloween display fell over
THE FIRST CASUALTY OF THE SKELETON WAR
hi, guys! as quite a few of you probably know, i recently moved across the country! doing that is insanely expensive and is leaving my funds severely depleted and i still need to be able to buy some nice things for my new apartment and a cat tree for my adorable cat ophelia. unfortunately (or fortunately for you all), all that stuff is pretty dang expensive, so i’ve decided to make a new commissions post!
about these commissions:
- availability is limited. i will stop taking commissions when i have raised sufficient funds.
- prices are per character
- prices are for non-commercial work only*
- i retain all rights to the finished images
- i retain the right to turn down any commission i do not feel comfortable drawing
- you must be able to pay upfront, though if needed we can negotiate a payment plan
- if needed, i can provide a first revision of the finished image for free. additional revisions will be priced on a case by case basis
- commissions do not include backgrounds
- prices do not include any major design work
- i take payment through paypal
if you are interested, please email me at mayaGkern@gmail.com (this email is also my paypal)
*for full illustrative or commercial work, please contact me and provide the necessary information and i will be happy to quote you a price
i’m going to take a few more commissions so i can afford to fix up my art site and maybe some other things! :3
My camera iris tattoo, for my filmmaker and photographer side
me: @rossnewbs & @lux-luminis
done by Natalie Roelle - Voodoo Monkey Tattoo, Cleveland, OH
Warrior, personal work, Živko Kondić 2014.
Print available on ArtFlakes: http://www.artflakes.com/en/products/warrior-35
When Annie Hart got out of her car in East Los Angeles earlier this month, she was expecting to find two white-furred, abandoned dogs who had been wandering around the streets together for weeks. What she didn’t expect, however, was to find a canine couple whose friendship would astound and inspire her.
that was nice practice -v- i think i could start to vary my eyes a lot i mean
different eyes can show you different characters easily hmmm
Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.
character concept for a charmander guy im makin’
probably gonna name him Newt