Well there's been a lot of pressure from people lately as they were expecting updates and such, and I thought I would clear up some things and explain how it works.
First, when you commission me, you are automatically placed in a queue. There are probably other people who have come ahead of you, so I'm taking everyone on turns. So even if a month has passed, I may still not have no update. Many people could wonder: "but it's been a month. Didn't you at least make a lineart?" Well, it doesn't really work like that. I can do a full drawing in a day or two. The time you have to wait is the time it takes for you to get in the front line of the queue, so I can start working on it. I work as much as I can, and be sure that once I finish everything else, I WILL start your commission, and i WILL give you updates. No need to ask every day. It'll just be awkward. I promise I'm doing my best.
Now, you may wonder. If I said it takes a day or two to finish a commission, why would it take a month to finish the other commissions? Well, sometimes my orders aren't just ONE illustration. I get asked even hundreds of illustrations. That would be why.
However, if you do have a tight deadline and insist, you will be brought ahead, IF, the others don't have a deadline. If it's not possible to finish your commission in a certain amount of time I will refuse it to spare everyone of the trouble.
Another thing to note, is this. Even if we've been talking about doing the commission for a month, priority is for those who pay first. So if at the time you contacted me I was free, and you make your payment one month later, expect yourself to be behind 5 other people.
Those being said, here are the current slots, in the order I'm working on. Green bubble means I'm working on your request, red bubble means you have to wait for me to get to you.
Thank you for understanding!
♥♥♥♡♡ [coloring in progress]
♥♡♡♡♡ [sketch done]
8. Avion Renmar
11. Sam Leaman
1: Elle [if you see this journal, please contact me]
a. ♥♥♡♡♡ [lineart done]
6. Game 2
7. Game 3