Over the years, I've had many people ask if I took commissions, and for the longest while the answer has been "No, but hopefully eventually". Well, I'm finally going to be setting some time aside to do some if anyone out there is still interested.
For the immediate future I'm just going to be looking over proposed projects rather than setting up individual tiers with set prices or anything like that... that may come later. Right now, if you're interested in hiring me to produce some artwork for you, contact me with an idea of what you'd be looking for and what your general timeline and budget might be and we'll see if we can wo
Well, so far anyway... I'm trying to decide if I'm coming down with some Con Crud or just suffering from some kind of allergy kicking in. Either way, while I'm not perhaps 100%, I'm feeling pretty good about my experiences at the last of the BronyCons. This was only my second convention, and my first attempt without the help of my dear friends in the community (at least, without them being present. Good friends still help in many, many ways, from advice to support.) I was pretty anxious about it, but thanks to the show's staff, the fellow vendors and my brother (who kicked in to help man the table at the last minute), and especially than
I've been meaning to do this forever, but am an excellent procrastinator and so have managed to hold off for a couple of years now. Still, the time may have come to actually go through and try to answer some of these collectively instead of individually.
On Replies: First, let me say that I love getting comments. I truly do. I read them all, and they honestly fuel me to keep coming back with my limited free time to draw and post pictures of multi-color ponies doing the things that multi-color ponies do. This fandom is wonderfully supportive, and I believe that is