Medium: Longtime traditional artist who finally gave in to the digital deluge by way of a Sony Xperia smartphone and a little app called Zenbrush, along with a handy little tool called the Sensu Brush. I later upgraded to an iPad mini 3, followed by an iPad Pro 10.5, along with a small assortment of styluses. My apps of choice are Autodesk Sketchbook and Procreate, but I'm always trying new and different options. I've also sometimes used an Iskn Slate, though mostly for Inktober.
Style: Historically, my style has been surreal and abstract, focusing more on concepts and emotions rather than characters and narrative. More recently I've tried to move away from that and present more character-based art, especially with vector pieces. In the words of John Romita Jr., "I call my style the deadline style. Whatever comes out on time, that's my style."
Requests/Commissions: I don't like to talk about this, but it does get asked often enough that I can't leave it unaddressed. The short answer is: No, but never say never. It will not offend me for you to ask. Primary reason for not taking commissions is that I simply don't have time. Sometimes I like a challenge, but I've got plenty of my own projects to keep me occupied.
(there used to be a note about llama badges here, but it’s gone now. Per my aversion to adopting Eclipse for its myriad of problems, I’ve resigned myself to not participating in a multitude of activities on this platform, including participation in contests/giveaways, and the earning/trading of badges. I apologize for the inconvenience)
Favourites: With few exceptions, I rarely give faves to fan art. I've got Pinterest for that. I don't mind people commenting on my profile with "thank you for the fave" but I do get why some people are a little irked by it, so I tend to play it safe when someone gives me a fave. Put simply, the best way to thank people for faves is to keep doing what you're doing.
Thank you for adding my work to your collection :) I’m happy you enjoyed it. Have a nice day!