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Everyone who I am currently in discussion with I will still do those commissions, and don't worry all those who have commissioned me, I am still hard at work on them, but I just thought I would close them for now so I don't build up too big a queue and make everyone wait so long.
I have a handful left to complete, and then I may reopen them. You guys have been a massive help and will certainly help pay towards the bills these last couple of months. It may not be a massive difference, but every little will help. So thanks again to everyone who has supported me!
With the amount of time I have spent on the commissions and the prices I charge, I think in the future I may have to raise my prices...or get real fast at drawing!
Anyway, enquire if you want about commissions and I'll let you know if I am available, but at the moment I just don't want to leave too many people waiting.
Hopefully you have enjoyed seeing these as much as I have enjoyed doing them. More on the way! Don't worry, I have not forgotten about you! (colouring in a chibi as I type!)
Commissions in the past few weeks Character Mentors
This may look familiar to a few of my followers. It is because it was requested that I redraw an old piece of artwork using it as a template, my Silk Spectre piece:
I loved that old drawing and thought redrawing something older would be a lot quicker than drawing something new. I was wrong. Eve is a great design, but a complex character. Add that to the technique that I did the original artwork in and trying to replicate it...well, let's just say it took waaaaaay longer than I had hoped. At least it turned out to be a nice looking piece anyway.
This is why I enjoy doing commissions, it gives me a chance to draw characters that are totally different to what I usually draw. This knight character was fun to draw and fits really well with this little cartoon style.
She asked for a chibi commission of her two cats and didn't mind them being included in the same image. I did try first of all drawing them as proper cats, but thought I would have more fun making them a little more human. Leela had the most incredible blue eyes and Indiana looked quite regal, almost as if she was too sophisticated compared to her feline 'friend', so I had the idea of Leela being in awe of something and dragging Indiana along with her, much to her annoyance.
Was fun to do...spent way too long on this, so sorry for the delay.
Commission for of his original character the Grim Greaser!
A fun character to draw and change into my chibi design because he has such strong design features which was great to convert to here. I went with stretchy arms...I really wanted to do this pose with the scythe being swung, but didn't think it could be done with short stubby chibi arms and such a massive head, so I figured, 'hey, it's a cartoon, the arms can just stretch', and so that's what I did.
Also, compared to the other chibi's, this was drawn all traditionally with my col-erase pencil and a 6B to do the lineart. Usually I use a pen to ink it, or will draw straight into the computer, but wanted to see if it was any easier. Didn't make much difference, maybe a little quicker, but had to be cleaned up from pencil smudges in photoshop.