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About Student Artist Official Beta Tester FeliciaFemale/Luxembourg Groups :iconthe-wolf-world: The-Wolf-world
Anthro and feral caninies!
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Felicia - 20 - ♀ - Music lover

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Languages: English, German, Luxembourgish, French, Swedish
(My writing abilities with the last two aren't very good, but I can manage)

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Spoopy-is-deadTM Featured By Owner 10 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I hope to commission you one day! I've been following your art for 2 1/2 close to three years now, and every time your slots opened they seemed to close/get filled in QUICK.
Though just wondering: Do you take points? If not, Paypal I assume?
P0cketRocket Featured By Owner 14 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
Hey! I was wondering if you knew when or if you'd be opening full commission slots again? I've been really interested in buying a headshot and a fullbody piece from you for a while, but I'm either too slow or you open a commission type that I'm not looking for! Any info you have could really help me out! Love your art btw! Its amazingly beautiful and well done <3
Remarin Featured By Owner 11 hours ago  Student
Ayy probably once I got these current ones out of the way? I got 2/10 finished and will try to keep a steady pace. In my head, I want to re-open for the proper commission-thing before I start studying (late-mid september) so that I can try to integrate commission-drawing into school day-to-day life as quickly as possible.

But thank you in any case!! I can't say for sure, since it'll depend on how well I work :'3 but for the proper re-opening I'm planning to make an announcement, maybe like a day before the actual thing? So keep an eye out for any journals during maybe late this month-early September?
P0cketRocket Featured By Owner 10 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
ah alright tysm! 
eggyy-y Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi! I've been following your YouTube for a little bit now and I'm very interested in commissioning you once you've opened up your commissions. 
At this point I'm just wondering what sort of prices I should expect for a fullbody piece of some kind? It'll probably be a dragon character with some very simple wing patterns if that's any help. 
Thanks! :)
Remarin Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Student
My fullbody price range is currently dependant on the background type you'd like to go with :> transparent 45$, "simple" (basically some gradients) 50$, "decorated" (singular background elements to fancy things up) 60$
And then realistic background are 80$-100$ depending on complexity
(The fullbody would each time be colored and shaded,,if you want flat-colors that'd be cheaper of course)
eggyy-y Featured By Owner 1 day ago  New Deviant Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you so much!
The-Art-Of-Laura Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for your beautiful art
lolcraft376 Featured By Owner 4 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello! I've been looking through your art lately and I've been wondering how you draw your paws? I keep messing up at the ankles and where the claws connect to the 'fingers' :/

Could you maybe do a quick tutorial or tell me a trick / how to practice?
Remarin Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student
I've been simplifying my paws in a weird way right until I finally took the time to actually look at photo reference :'I
Compare the paws of this
Sketch Commission:. Rabbit by Remarin
To the paws of this, where I took the time to look up reference pics specifically of paws
Blackdog Transp1 by Remarin

It's like any other anatomical detail, you gotta learn the bones and know what the real-life looks like, and try to understand how it works, not just compare different methods artists simplify them.
But the latter is of course still important, because you gotta have at least some ideas on how to integrate that anatomical info into your own art style if you're not sure how to go about that x:

So yeah, look at photo reference, look at different art styles,,figure out what shapes help you draw them best / what seems to look more appealing to you aaaand there you have it??
Most of the time I just do whatever,, paws are rarely the focal area in my drawings, so I don't often need to pay that much attention to detail/accuracy
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