I zone out a lot. Its not like I see black or anything, and I am conscious while it happens. Hell, who am I kidding, if it was like that, I'd probably be dead or I possibly could have fainted. Zoning out causes a lot of issues for me. Its not like I'm just picturing life in a still image, like some people, or simply looking at life how it should be, and not how it is. For me, zoning out is no more that a figment of my subconscious self, offering a dream in mid-day. Some would say its a day-dream, but I don't usually day-dream. So many things happen while I zone out. My eyes flutter shut, but to others they look open. My hand stops writing, bu
I dare not fall for the one's with the money,
or the greed for the glory.
I wish to evade the one's who willingly fall into poverty,
and the one's who are no longer trustworthy.
I fall for those who are broken,
the ones who feel forgotten.
Not the ones who are strong,
and know they will live long.
I love the one's who are hardest to love,
because they need it most.
The ones that need it,
are the ones who see the true beauty.
Opening up commissions!!
My prices start at $10 and get up to $40 for a single character. As of now I ask commission inquiries are submitted via a google form so I may filter through requests and send off quotes and accurate wait times more efficiently!
I can do any species, anthro or feral. My turnaround time can get up to 3-4 months and be as little as a weeked depending on commission complexity.
A example of to my work is below. If you're interested in my work, please follow this link for additional information and to submit a request! :)
An art business can by anything from work related with painting, sculpting, theater improv, storytelling, poetry, and music. However, I will be focusing on “visual-art” which would be relating to traditional or digital artwork. A lot of the information I provide here, however, can be translated into virtually any other business. You’ll get the run-down on the bare basics, and I’ll delve into some more “visual-art” limited elements of a art business.
At some point, almost all visual artists will want to delve into making their work profitable. However, there’s always crucial mistakes made that can bre