Do you take commissions or are you available for hire?
Yes I do and I am. You can find my commission prices pinned or linked on my social media where possible and when I am taking them. I am also available for hire long and short-term or for commercial use work via email!
Do you take Paypal for your commssions?
I sure do! Details about payment will be part of our discussion about your commission.
Do you do art trades?
Only from mutuals and friends, sorry!
Can I post a commission that you made for me on social media?
Please do! I would really appreciate a tag back or credit line as well.
Can I use a commission you made for me for roleplay?
Sure! A small watermark can be added if you want to credit me that way, but otherwise any credit is appreciated. You can always direct people toward me for their own commissions!
Can I make prints of a commission you made for me?
You can have as many prints made for your personal use as you want. Commercial prints (selling or trading) are, of course, strictly prohibited. Do not resell my work, and do not sell prints of work you have commissioned from me. Commercial use illustration or other work can be commissioned from me via email.
What if I can't afford a commission or I want to support you some other way?
I have a ko-fi if you want to leave me a tip - I would be very grateful! In addition, liking and sharing work on social media helps artists a great deal and it's super free.
What tools/brushes do you use?
I use Adobe Photoshop (Clip Studio on rare occasion). I have used Kyle Webster's Photoshop brushes for many years, and now they come with Photoshop! My favorites are Inking Thick n' Thin (Classic Set), the Brayer Boss series and Guelph Inkers, and the Simple and Bold Art Marker. I use Ray Frenden's pencil brushes for sketching. I also use Derrick Barth's BrushBox to keep everything organized.
When I'm working traditionally, I mostly just use pencil (I am a big pencil nerd but mostly I look for General's Kimberly 2H or Staedler Mars Lumograph 2H and 5-6B, as well as a Tombow Mono100 HB) in a square Travelogue Drawing Handbook. When I ink, I use a Copic Multiliner SP Brush pen, and the occasional Pentel Pocket Brush or Tombow Fudenosuke, as well as a standard set of Sakura Micron pens. I also own a Copic Classic Grayscale set, a big Arteza brush pen set, and the Tombow Dual Brush Pen Pastel set that get occasional use. I use a water brush pen and a cheap set of Prang watercolors too!