She/Her | Sagittarius | INFJ-T
Ashleigh D.J. Cutler is an author and artist of Fantasy and Young Adult fiction that believes good and evil are a matter of perspective and the truth is subjective. She is always looking for feedback and believes you can never stop improving. She sells her artwork through Amazon, Redbubble, Zazzle, and here on deviantART. Support her on Patreon and Ko-Fi.
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All images created for someone are the recipient's to do with as they wish. While I appreciate credit, and prefer you not use any image of mine for public "smut", otherwise if I make something for someone I consider it theirs. Aside from being able to use the image as an example of my work. My photography can be used for references (aside from pictures of my family). Actually I don't mind if you reference most of my art. Keyword: Reference. This doesn't mean trace or recolor. I happily provide bases and line art if you feel lazy, don't have a scanner or whatever. Everything in that folder is free for personal use. No use for profit. Period. End of story. Otherwise, my art is not to be used without permission unless otherwise stated on the piece. Thank you.
Hey there. I really liked you art and saw that you often do the coloring for the amazing Nala15. I was wondering if you could draw some bases/ line art for a couple of lion cubs I would like to put up for adoption. I'll color/design them and you can have 20% of the earnings if they sell.
Sorry for the late reply. I actually do commissions for things like that. A Line Art would be $2/200 points each at my current prices, as it'd be a sketch commission + inking commission. Thank you for the watch, btw!
Aw man, I can't seem to afford that I only have 35 points well I guess maybe another time. Ps. I love your art
Thank you for the compliment. Well, I know there are some very good bases/line arts already available you could use instead.
Here's a cute cub one I could think of. My favorites have some good ones if you want to check there. Nala has had some success with bases recently, so that's always an option. Best of luck!