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two art prints
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2nd Prize:
three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
one art print
and a postcard pack.
3rd Prize:
two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
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pondweed:

Just a reminder that this finishes in four days! =D
Don’t forget, you can reblog more than once, though be kind to your followers’ dashboards.Thank you to everyone whose entered so far!
pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! Check out what you might win on my Etsy!
1st Prize:
one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
two art prints
and a postcard pack.
2nd Prize:
three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
one art print
and a postcard pack.
3rd Prize:
two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
and a postcard park.
Rules & Conditions
Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
No giveaway only blogs.
Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
This giveaway is international. 
Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
Best of luck!
pondweed:

Just a reminder that this finishes in four days! =D
Don’t forget, you can reblog more than once, though be kind to your followers’ dashboards.Thank you to everyone whose entered so far!
pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! Check out what you might win on my Etsy!
1st Prize:
one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
two art prints
and a postcard pack.
2nd Prize:
three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
one art print
and a postcard pack.
3rd Prize:
two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
and a postcard park.
Rules & Conditions
Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
No giveaway only blogs.
Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
This giveaway is international. 
Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
Best of luck!
pondweed:

Just a reminder that this finishes in four days! =D
Don’t forget, you can reblog more than once, though be kind to your followers’ dashboards.Thank you to everyone whose entered so far!
pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! Check out what you might win on my Etsy!
1st Prize:
one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
two art prints
and a postcard pack.
2nd Prize:
three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
one art print
and a postcard pack.
3rd Prize:
two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
and a postcard park.
Rules & Conditions
Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
No giveaway only blogs.
Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
This giveaway is international. 
Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
Best of luck!
pondweed:

Just a reminder that this finishes in four days! =D
Don’t forget, you can reblog more than once, though be kind to your followers’ dashboards.Thank you to everyone whose entered so far!
pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! Check out what you might win on my Etsy!
1st Prize:
one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
two art prints
and a postcard pack.
2nd Prize:
three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
one art print
and a postcard pack.
3rd Prize:
two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
and a postcard park.
Rules & Conditions
Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
No giveaway only blogs.
Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
This giveaway is international. 
Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
Best of luck!

pondweed:

Just a reminder that this finishes in four days! =D

Don’t forget, you can reblog more than once, though be kind to your followers’ dashboards.

Thank you to everyone whose entered so far!

pondweed:

To launch the introduction of the books I’ve been binding to my Etsy store, I’m holding a giveaway! Check out what you might win on my Etsy!

1st Prize:

  • one 11x15.5cm hand-bound coptic-stitched book of your choice from my shop
  • two art prints
  • and a postcard pack.

2nd Prize:

  • three 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks
  • one art print
  • and a postcard pack.

3rd Prize:

  • two 14.9x10.5cm soft-cover saddle-stitched notebooks,
  • and a postcard park.

Rules & Conditions

  • Runs from 20/03/2014 — 24/04/2014.
  • Like and reblog to enter. You can reblog multiple times, but please consider your followers’ dashboards!
  • No giveaway only blogs.
  • Winners are picked with a random number generator. (First draw wins first prize, etc.)
  • This giveaway is international. 
  • Please be contactable, either by having your ask box open, or another means of contact clearly displayed. I’ll message you about postage details.
  • Best of luck!
A message from designserge
Who are you? And why is your blog so awesome? I was really inspired to get my act together and work harder to become a concept artist. I am seeking a place where I can become a part of a community and make friends online but I'm a bit overwhelmed by online forums. Do you have any advice? Also what is your solution for balancing practice and work? Thank you very much. Serge
A reply from eyecaging

Oh I’m just someone who really likes art a lot and thinks it’s rad as all get out.Ahh thank you thank you. And hmm here’s the forums I post at all of them I have ran into some really nice people:

Apedogs
CFSL
CGHub
Crimson Daggers
Concept Art
Game Artisans
PArcade Artist’s Corner

But it seems Facebook is a great way to talk to other concept artists. There is:

Spitpainting: Choose a topic- Timeline is 30 minutes.

Super Speedpainting Funtimes: Choose a topic-Use whatever tools you like 50 mins.

Crit Bar! Serving up critiques

Google Hang Out Hub

LevelUp! They have a 2 hour livestream on Sunday with all sorts of amazing guest artists.

Also just hang around livestreams as well, personally I enjoy working alongside others.

http://livestreamstatuslist.appspot.com/

Keep in mind most artists are working artists and it’s hard to keep heavy contact with other folks. Me for example, I’m always working. It’s hard enough for me to spend time with people in the flesh to draw along side them. The best thing I can do is just invite people over and have a sort of “work party” of us just getting our work done and someone opts to fix food. Just enjoy the magical times you get to talk to others and always wish the best for them.

Balancing work and practice is tough. I’m a freelance so my work ebbs and flows. Right now I’m juggling 4 freelance jobs so my schedule is really tight. No real time for practice but I can watch lectures on the side. But when I do have free time I make sure to practice where I can. It’s fun and just a good way to experiment with either workflow, style, or something you been hankering on messing with. Work is work, but with practice try and make it fun. Also don’t get discouraged when the painting doesn’t go your way. That’s great! It means you still have a lot to learn and the weakness is obvious and now you have goals. The worst feeling is you want to improve but you don’t know how so your kind of floundering about.

Also the most important thing I stress to EVERYONE. Is if you want people to know you. Post your work. Post it everywhere. Post it on CGHub, make a separate Facebook name to post your work under, if you want to separate your career from your personal life. Make an instagram account, push yourself to do traditional doodles when you have time. Make a tumblr: post on it.  Twitter has a lot of art collabs on it. I’m in the League of Legends, One Piece, DragonBall, and Kill La Kill collab. Instagram links up to twitter and tumblr. Do not be shy. Though don’t be imposing and aggressive and ask people to look at your work. If people ask, link your work. If not, no sweat just enjoy the conversation your having with the person. This may sound silly but you have no idea how much artists get spammed on facebook ” HEY CAN YOU LIKE MY PAGE??” and they have had no prior conversation with them. Don’t do that. Don’t feel entitled to an another persons time, especially if they are a stranger. It’s weird how people think this way. That people are automatically friends because they both do the same thing. That is really silly. Just let friendships happen casually.

Crits is a weird area where you again you don’t want to be imposing or really aggressive but you do want to ask for them. Asking openly when you post a piece is probably the best way to go. Honestly, feel it out! I know my friends are always super busy but when I ask it’s something along the lines of ” Hey man, do you have time to give me a crit?” Just keep it casual. 

I strong armed my shy wife into posting his work more and he thanks me for it everyday. He’s gotten better and his workflow much more frequent then before. For some reason, posting your work more publically and around other artists you feel this pressure to work harder and more frequently. Because everyone else is.

Sorry if this is long and rambly. I hope this helps!

justinoaksford:

As an ex-floridian, I have a thing with clouds. Though next time, reference! Also, colors inspired by the amazing Tardigrad.

yug0:

YO EVERYBODY STOP SCROLLING AND CHECK THIS OUT

MASAAKI YUUASA, THE AMAZING ART DIRECTOR/ANIMATOR OF KAIBA AND THE TATAMI GALAXY DID THE STORYBOARDS AND DIRECTION FOR THIS UPCOMING EPISODE OF ADVENTURE TIME, FOOD CHAIN

JUST THIS SNEAK PEAK OF THE EPISODE IS AMAZING, CHECK OUT THAT ANIMATION AND COLOR! DON’T FORGET TO WATCH THIS EPISODE!!

wow looking forward to this

awinans:

Mini-series about my year in Japan. Old memories now, but I think the feelings have stuck it out.
awinans:

Mini-series about my year in Japan. Old memories now, but I think the feelings have stuck it out.
awinans:

Mini-series about my year in Japan. Old memories now, but I think the feelings have stuck it out.

awinans:

Mini-series about my year in Japan. Old memories now, but I think the feelings have stuck it out.

saltwort:

a small transparent root, in case you might be needing one.

saltwort:

a small transparent root, in case you might be needing one.

lesfleursdelart:

La Japonaise, Hans Makart

bluucat:

The answer is: Well, sort of!

I noticed that a lot of things I’ve been recommended or found useful aren’t really in the masterlists of artist references on tumblr - and the same goes for helpful drawing exercises. So I decided to make my own post.

HOW TO KILL ARTIST’S BLOCK

  • There is no such thing as artist’s block, if you frequently draw from life.
  • No, really.
  • If you are really, truly committed to improving your craft, then it does no good to sit and complain that you “don’t know what to draw”. There is so much around you to draw! :)
  • In public, try doing gestures of people that walk by. Cafes and shopping malls are great for this, because you have a plausible excuse to be sitting somewhere. Ideally, you don’t want people to notice you’re drawing them— they might try to pose, which makes them look stiff and unnatural. 
  • The best targets are people studying, anyone deep in conversation, and people at cash registers.
  • If there are no people around, draw objects and rooms and practice your perspective.

AWESOME AND FUN EXERCISES FOR ARTISTS AND ILLUSTRATORS

  • Draw a portrait where a body part other than the face/head is the focus.
  • Do a full spread for a children’s story. It can be a fairy tale or an original story. Make sure to utilize good design principles and pick readable, high quality fonts that match your art style.
  • Draw something using only high contrast light and shadow- no lines, no color, no midtones. 
  • Pick a crime report from the news, preferably an unconventional one. Illustrate it as best as possible, making sure to use a dramatic perspective and lots of realistic detail.
  • Choose an object — one you haven’t drawn very much before. Gather lots of reference images. Draw it in two and three point perspective — bonus points if you can take the references and draw them from different angles than they were photographed. The goal here is to be able to visualize it easily without effort. This is a good exercise for product design and ideation, as well as concept art.
  • Draw thirty people from life.
  • Draw thirty people from your imagination. Make sure they’re just as well proportioned and realistic as your sketches from life.
  • Do twenty studies of your hand, in various positions. Bizarre angles and positions are fine, but it’s more helpful to examine the construction of it and get used to drawing hands realistically.
  • See above, but with your feet.
  • Draw a study of a skull. Do not stylize it. Be careful to pay attention to the proportions and texture.
  • Remember your object? Imagine it in a setting where it could be good or evil— perhaps interacting with humans or other objects. Avoid obvious angel/devil associations. Draw 3 pages of thumbnails and sketches imagining it in this way.
  • Choose a thumbnail and do two larger sketches of it, and then pick one to bring to completion. Make sure it’s in proportion with accurate lighting for the situation. 
  • Redesign a fairy tale’s characters in either a modern or non-European setting. Provide costuming references, and make sure to do character sheets and full turns of each.
  • Design your own deck of cards — make sure the borders and pattern on the back are paid as much attention as the figures on the fronts.
  • Bonus points if you also design and illustrate packaging for the above.
  • Do you have a favorite piece of fanart? Draw it as original characters- chances are, you’ve likely put a lot of thought into the relationships and personalities of your favorite characters or OTP, which will show through in an original piece. This is a decently good way to use fanworks in your portfolio, if you feel that they’re better than your original work.
  • Draw a car. A really realistic car. Now draw it from a perspective you find really difficult. You are not allowed to take more than half an hour on this total— cars are actually just boxes with some strategic curves, so they should become very easy to gesture once you retrain your brain.
  • Draw a table in perspective 5-6 times or so, concentrating on the way it casts a shadow. Make sure to define your light source.
  • Design a toy! Draw it from multiple angles — imagine you’re presenting this to someone who has to actually model and produce it. Include as much information as humanly possible. Make sure to include an illustration of its use — you can also create an advertisement, if you’re so inclined.
  • If you watch TED lectures, draw portraits of your favorite speakers while you’re viewing them. Try and finish the sketch during the duration of the talk.
  • Do an original illustration inspired by two of your favorite illustrators or artists— combining two should help prevent you from directly copying anyone, and force you to think a little harder about solving problems within a work.
  • Do 30 studies of animals in motion - housepets or birds are probably going to be the easiest, unless you live by a zoo.
  • Fill three full pages of your sketchbook with hard surface studies. (Cars, ships, tractors— you get the idea.) Try to define them with quick, confident lines.
  • Make a comic with one panel for each hour of your day. Avoid shortcuts like over the top, animeish emotes and chibi versions of yourself. Make sure to include environments.
  • Draw ten illustrations as a series that purposely do not tell a story. They must be as ambiguous as possible. This is really difficult — was originally an assignment from Phoebe Gloeckner, and almost nobody managed to be completely ambiguous. The trick to it is to make sure to create thumbnails of the series first, and look at your work very critically — if anything looks too obviously negative or positive, alter it accordingly.
  • Draw yourself combined with your favorite animal, or an animal you feel represents you well. Avoid traditional anthro depictions— try replacing your body parts with the parts you’d find most useful, or thinking of yourself like a sphinx, etc.
  • Create a poster for your favorite play.
  • Draw yourself at age 7, and age 70. Realistically. Avoid thinking of how cool or uncool you’d be or were. Using pictures of your younger self, or relatives, might help.
  • Paint a still life with unconventional lighting or objects. If you must use fruit, use weird fruit, or light it from below.
  • Pile books into a tower and draw them in perspective. It’s also fun to make cities out of them, etc.
  • Draw yourself every day for a month in the same media to track improvement. Use a mirror, not a photograph.
  • Remember your still life? Now illustrate it in the style you’re accustomed to using.
  • Draw six busts (head and shoulders) in profile, concentrating on creating an interesting silhouette.
  • Do color studies of your favorite movie scenes. If you can’t find screenshots, pause the movie and paint from your television or laptop. Detail’s not as important as strong shapes.
  • Draw your favorite place by your home.
  • Illustrate a fortune cookie.
  • Draw a treehouse or birdhouse and include as many details as possible.
  • Design a historical character, and try to make them recognizable by quirks of wardrobe or unique facial features. “Being extraordinarily attractive” does not count.
  • Do the 30 day monster challenge! 
  • Illustrate your favorite recipe. It doesn’t have to be fancy. “How to make pizza rolls” will even suffice. Seriously.
  • Make a business card for yourself. Illustrate it. Hey, everyone needs one- and it’s a great exercise for working under strict constraints, since you’ll need to make sure your name and contact info are clearly legible.
  • Draw the weirdest object you can possibly find. IKEA is a really awesome place to find weird objects, if you can’t find any in your home.
  • Design a knight of the round table, and make sure to research armor, etc— it’s hard to draw! Great practice.
  • Draw ten or twenty plants that are currently seasonal.

BOOKS THAT ARE REALLY USEFUL!

  • The Art of Ralph McQuarrie. Yeah, this is expensive. But it’s one of the few artbooks that shows an entire process of illustration— if you’re not sure how to proceed from thumbnails to mockups to final pieces, this is probably what you want to be lookin at.
  • How to Analyze People on Sight by Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict. This is available for free online— awesome resource for character design, as it teaches you to think about external characteristics as indicators for personality. Even if it’s not always the most accurate thing ever.
  • Leonardo DaVinci’s Notebooks. Yes, I know. Your relatives have even probably tried to get you to look at these. If you can find a good printing of them, though, it’s a really good look at a well used sketchbook.
  • The Selected Works of TS Spivet. Not actually a real art reference book, but so many beautiful illustrations and well laid out. Worth a look.
  • Drawing with Imagination. Lots of exercises to do if you “can’t think of anything to draw”.
  • Any batman artbook. Any of them. I have the OnStar promo one from about ten years back, and it’s still great. There’s a huge mesh of styles going on, and seeing how much thought is put into the character designs and environments is well worth your money. Plus, Batman is cool.
  • Any Pixar or Disney artbook that shows the visual development process. The Princess and the Frog is a particularly good example of this, and possibly my favorite, even though I dislike the actual film. They really make sure to show all of their art department’s sketches and preproduction work.
  • The Practice and Science of Drawing by Harold Speed. Also available on project gutenberg, and will revolutionize the way you think about drawing. It’s a bit wordy and dated, but worth it alone for the lesson that we do not draw what we see, in reality. Go read it.

WEBSITES THAT ARE VERY USEFUL

USEFUL THINGS TO OWN

  • Brown paper sketchbook. Makes defining volume a lot easier, for beginners and advanced artists alike— just get a white pencil and go crazy with highlights.
  • Small sketchbook. For all the times you can’t bring an a4 one someplace. Also good for sketching in public. Moleskines are good, as they get mistaken for ordinary notebooks often. See notes on sketching humans in public.
  • White pencils.
  • Several weights of mechanical pencil— awesome for when you can’t drop pencil shavings places.
  • A small package of prismacolor pencils. You don’t need to go crazy, but high quality pencils are really a necessity, IMO. A 12 pack will do. If you find they’re too soft, or keep snapping, try using the Verithin variety instead— they’ve got harder leads.
  • A good ruler. At least 6”. Tape pennies to it to avoid bleeding ink.
  • Tracing paper, so that you don’t have to completely redraw your semi-final sketch if you like it.
  • Masking tape. Keeps paper still on a worktop, and keeps tracing paper in place. Touch it to your clothes a couple times before sticking it to your paper to reduce the stickiness and possibility of your paper ripping.
  • Pen and ink. Also some good sable brushes. 
  • Carbon dust. Not a necessity, but it allows you to “paint” while still getting the effect of a pencil drawing.
  • Good kneaded eraser.
  • Good white plastic eraser.
  • A COMFORTABLE bag. That holds your electronics and wallet as well as all of this. 
  • Fingerless gloves. If your hands cramp often, these will help.
  • A website. Coroflot.com or tumblr will work fine. If using a tumblr, make a separate one for your art.


Wheew. That’s all I have for now, I think!

edit:

wow guys LOTS of reblogs~

if you make anything based on this do link back to my  tumblr   or note me :) i’d love to see how you’re doing~

jaymamon:

Photoshop practice! I never use it much I think I should learn it more. 
jaymamon:

Photoshop practice! I never use it much I think I should learn it more. 

jaymamon:

Photoshop practice! I never use it much I think I should learn it more. 

jyami:

I’m really really really strapped for cash so time to OPEN UP COMMISSIONS!!  If you’re interested in buying from me, shoot me an e-mail at yamiset.t@gmail.com with what you would like or any questions you may have! Here are the samples I used above: one, two. I’m pretty flexible with what I’m willing to draw as long as I’m provided good references that I can work with.
I’ll be accepting payment in USD with that same e-mail through Paypal only and will start to work on your commission as soon as I receive full payment.Thanks much for reading!! Reblogs are massively appreciated!! ;v;
jyami:

I’m really really really strapped for cash so time to OPEN UP COMMISSIONS!!  If you’re interested in buying from me, shoot me an e-mail at yamiset.t@gmail.com with what you would like or any questions you may have! Here are the samples I used above: one, two. I’m pretty flexible with what I’m willing to draw as long as I’m provided good references that I can work with.
I’ll be accepting payment in USD with that same e-mail through Paypal only and will start to work on your commission as soon as I receive full payment.Thanks much for reading!! Reblogs are massively appreciated!! ;v;
jyami:

I’m really really really strapped for cash so time to OPEN UP COMMISSIONS!!  If you’re interested in buying from me, shoot me an e-mail at yamiset.t@gmail.com with what you would like or any questions you may have! Here are the samples I used above: one, two. I’m pretty flexible with what I’m willing to draw as long as I’m provided good references that I can work with.
I’ll be accepting payment in USD with that same e-mail through Paypal only and will start to work on your commission as soon as I receive full payment.Thanks much for reading!! Reblogs are massively appreciated!! ;v;

jyami:

I’m really really really strapped for cash so time to OPEN UP COMMISSIONS!!  If you’re interested in buying from me, shoot me an e-mail at yamiset.t@gmail.com with what you would like or any questions you may have! Here are the samples I used above: one, twoI’m pretty flexible with what I’m willing to draw as long as I’m provided good references that I can work with.

I’ll be accepting payment in USD with that same e-mail through Paypal only and will start to work on your commission as soon as I receive full payment.

Thanks much for reading!! Reblogs are massively appreciated!! ;v;

onnos:

redrew an old mansopp sketch ヽ(´▽`)ノ

kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!
kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 
Here is what ya need to know:

You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
I only accept paypal
You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
Check out my blog for more examples!!

kiweet:

I’m going through some dire straights and I would like to open some quick inexpensive commissions! I am doing Headshot, Chibi’s, and Icons for $7! Basically what you see above I will draw for you for a grand total of 7 smackaroo’s. 

Here is what ya need to know:

  • You may commission a Chibi, Headshot, or Icon
  • There are no slots, I do a hierarchy of who asked first though
  • I only accept paypal
  • You can reach me via tumblr or email (kiweets@gmail.com)
  • Check out my blog for more examples!!
runrabbitjunk:

rampant children of monsters in love
runrabbitjunk:

rampant children of monsters in love
runrabbitjunk:

rampant children of monsters in love
runrabbitjunk:

rampant children of monsters in love

runrabbitjunk:

rampant children of monsters in love