posting without a source is unfortunately pretty common, but it doesn’t have to be. with a few minutes of hunting, you can make sure the artists you like get credit for their work! :) hope this is helpful.
I have been waiting my entire life for someone to point this out
((Also, I want to thank you for both making this and doing it in an informative matter rather than screaming at them :) ))
I’ve decided to update my commission status since the old one was an ugly disaster and I’ve changed several things.
I’m still gonna work with the 3-slots system, but you can email me anyway and I will add you to the waiting queue.
Do not send your order in asks; I won’t be responding them!
Also please include in your email following things:
- your tumblr adress
- ref sheets/sketches/other fanarts of your character/s
- if it’s 2-3 characters on one picture: relationship between them, history or anything you find helpful
- image size if you want to print it later [I usually work on something around 600x800 but I can make it bigger if needed]
After taking your order I usually send the WIP of my artwork for your approval; if it’s fine and doesn’t require editing I will ask for payment and after receiving it I finish my work and send you finished piece.
As previously, even if you are not interested please spread the word, it really helps me! C:
Silbe is a little cynical shit, what can I say more. Okay, but honestly, I seem to be getting some questions regarding my OC’s, and should I make a post or some sort of faq about them? c’: I mean, if anybody would be still interested?
I’m hoping to create anything that I can call art at all, dear anon.
Polityka naszego kraju interesuje mnie w równym stopniu co średnia sprzedaży wyrobów garmażeryjnych w częstochowskim Kauflandzie.
I’m so sorry. :’D
Are jest pocieszny we wszystkim :”D I tak ma zostać.
Just a 2B mechanical pencil?
Thank you <3
i always read this with a really bad french accent
Oh god in French accent it’s 10x funnier
Is this a Jacques-Louis David quote?
I’m gonna put this on a shirt and wear it in one of my fine arts lessons.