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Please contact me by NOTE and remember to write as much information as possible about what you want me to draw for you cause it makes it much easier for me to make it as you want.
I'll start sketching the picture immediately but I won't continue coloring or shading until I get paid. When the sketch is done I'll show it to you and then please feel free to tell me if something needs to be added or changed.
At this point you can get a refund of your commission if you don't like the sketch or changed your mind but after I move on to the lineart and coloring you may not get a refund.
If you receive a Commission/Art trade/ACEO/Gift/Request etc. then it's yours and you may use it on your blog/journal/website or whatever as long as you don't claim that you made the art or resell it for profit!
However I still have the right to submit and/or display the picture anywhere I want unless we have agreed on other terms
how to get better at art:I know im not a master of anything- infact, its only been about a week since I started working on improving rather than appealing.More Like This
BUT BOY DO I FEEL GOOD ABOUT MY ART.
and you should too!
Tips on becoming the artist you want to be
✸ note that these are tips on how I've started- everyone is different! Learn however you want to learn!
1. STOP DRAWING ONLY FOR OTHERS AND JUST START DRAWING FOR YOU
Ok so this for me was the hardest step. I never ever drew for enjoyment. Even when I drew my characters I wasn't really having fun? What you should do is stop all commissions. Stop all trades. And give yourself one day to draw to make you happy. Even if you don't improve at all you will start loving your art! I know I do!
2. FIND ART THAT MAKES YOU HAPPY
What is better than finding a style that you really love? Than looking at all this art from people that inspires you? NOTHING. (okay maybe besides starbucks and kittens but still!)
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