$30 Busts and Chibis
$40 Half Bodies
$50 Full Bodies
Backgrounds will vary with detail but will generally be around $50, otherwise I’ll just do a simple nice looking one.
Flat colors would be -25% to the base cost.
Cell shading would be -10% to the base cost.
I will do NSFW, but the price will vary depending on content.
Hello there, I’m GlassLotuses, or Glass for short. I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember, but only in middle school did I start to think I was any good (although I wasn’t any good then either). I’ve been writing for almost as long. I started writing stories around third grade. I would stay up late at night with a little nightlight writing in spiral bound notebooks, filling one after another with goofy stories.
My art and writing have all kind of led me to the creation of one large world in which my characters live and their stories unfold. For the better part of five years I’ve been developing this world, and have been writing my story “Fogtown”. I don’t intend to put the written story up here, but I do hope to get my drawing skills to a point where I am fast enough and good enough to turn it into a comic which I would post here. I also hope to one day publish the book. If you’d like to know more about Fogtown feel free to ask me questions.
Q. Do you take commissions?
A. Yup! Just click the "Commissions" button above and fill out the google form!
Q. What tools and programs do you use for your digital art?
A. Currently, I use Photoshop CS6, Paint Tool SAI, and a medium Wacom Intuos Pro tablet when I'm home.
Q. What tools do you use for your traditional art?
A. Normally just a .5 mechanical pencil with your standard lead, a black pearl eraser (just a black, flat, oval eraser. Not kneadable), and printer paper. I normally just doodle in class.
Q. How did you learn to draw?
A. I’m self-taught, although I did take some art classes in middle and high school. None of them taught drawing though; they were more like sculpting classes.
Q. How long does it take you to draw a piece?
A. It, of course, depends on the piece, but normally about 5 to 8 hours of work. Normally 3 or 4 hours to get the lines established and then the rest is coloring.