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How do these work?
Well, you choose the best option from commissions down below, and send me a message, asking if I could make this and this. You can do it via notes or comments, It doesn't really matter ;D
Then just tell what commission you want, and what do you want in it. Also, if you have special wishes (like it being in a transparent background or making it pixely so you can color it later, if you want a specific program to be used, etc.), tell me those as well.
Then, if I accept that commission, you can pay the points and I start to draw it. Or, if you can't pay right away, you can do it after the commission is done.
If I forget about your commission, feel free to give me a kick in the ass.
Pictures made traditionally are made using pencils, markers, Promarkers, colored pencils and sometimes colored charcoal. The digital pics are made using programs FireAlpaca, Gimp 2.8, MS Paint, Colors! 3D or Art Academy 3D (The last two are for Nintendo 3DS).
A sketch or a line art. Made traditionally or digitally.
A sketch is just like it sounds like. You can finish it yourself if you feel to do so.
A line art is a finished sketch, but unlike a sketch, it can't have any shading or 'special effects'. You can color and finish it later as well, if you want to.
Traditional art. Made traditionally (no shit).
Can be colored with only Promarkers (depends highly on the palette, because I don't own many), only colored pencils or with using both.
I may scan some pictures or just take pictures of some of them, because I'm not always happy with the colors of the picture after they're scanner (scanner rapes colors, ya know).
Background costs extra 10 points.
Digital art #1:
A simple digital art.
Doesn't usually have shading or effects.
Journal dolls are included in this category, though they can have shading and possible effects.
Digital art #2:
A more detailed piece of digital art.
Has shading and effects, and can even have a more detailed background. Cannot have transparent background though.
The reason this is more expensive than the first digital art is that this one takes usually way more time than the other digital art.
A short comic strip (no pages) made usually digitally, but can be made traditionally.
Up to 5 panels (extra panels cost 20 points each)
Tell in the message you send the plot and what you want to happen in each panel. Please describe everything precisely but clearly.