feeling listless

feeling listless


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ectology:

hi!! so i am in need of money to pay my bills. i have a job and am looking for more but it’s not turning out to be enough, which is why i’ve decided to open commissions.

  • black/white sketch - $5
  • sketch with flat colors - $10
  • small painting/bust - $15
  • black/white painting - $25
  • full color painting - $30
  • each additional character is $5

if you have something in mind that you don’t think fits these categories, feel free to shoot me a message and we’ll discuss it. if i don’t reply to any messages for a few days, tumblr probably ate it and you might have to resend.

as a warning, i will not be doing nsfw comissions. i will probably be around family or in public while drawing these.

payments can be made through my paypal account. feel free to contact me with any questions!

thanks,
ectology


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 Shinkai Hayato looks like he straight up waltzed out of a Mucha illustration, right down to the rabbit


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interludepress:

Join us on Google+ July 22 as we announce our remaining 2014 titles. #IP24

So this is part of the front cover I did for Interlude Press! They’re a new publishing house, and what’s unique about them is that their titles were all originally fanfiction. I think what they’re doing is wonderful and it’s giving life to a lot of really good stories. (The one I worked on is awesome!! Keep an eye out!) 

interludepress:

Join us on Google+ July 22 as we announce our remaining 2014 titles. #IP24

So this is part of the front cover I did for Interlude Press! They’re a new publishing house, and what’s unique about them is that their titles were all originally fanfiction. I think what they’re doing is wonderful and it’s giving life to a lot of really good stories. (The one I worked on is awesome!! Keep an eye out!) 


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andlatitude:

The most useful piece of advice about shading/light source I ever got was to think of your light as water, coming from a single direction (your light source), and wherever on your subject would get wet, is where the light hits. Wherever would stay dry should be in shadow.


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