Making a more formal post for my grab bag commissions! Thank you so much to my clients thus far and anyone who has signal boosted my commission stuff. We’re into a slow season at my job and I’ve been getting less and less hours while things are quiet, and I’ve decided to use this opportunity to start pushing myself towards doing commissions on a more regular basis and finally making art into more of a real second job for me.
To start with, until I get more comfortable with offering more specific things, I’m doing grab-bag commissions. Essentially, they’re a pay-what-you-want style commission ($15 minimum) where all I need is a character ref and optionally any specifics you might have regarding pose, expression, etc, and the rest (style, level of detail/polish) is left up to me! I will do my best to keep the quality high and will ensure everyone gets their money’s worth.
I’m opening up for 7 slots at the moment. If you’d like one, send an email with a reference and any specifics you might want to art[at]daps.ca
I’ll be updating this post’s slots as they’re filled, but since that won’t update any reblogs of it I’ll suggest you look to my weasyl journal for more up to date info.
Any signal boosting would be appreciated!
honestly if someone took a copy of something i made and wanted to alter it or chop it up i wouldnt give a shit
if they did it to the original i’d be pissed but i mean. if its a copy, its already out there, and there’s more than one. and if i have the original i can still make more so its not like its hurting me (unless the derivative work doesnt credit me and ends up super popular and deprives me of a potential audience and $$$)
Low-poly ramen bowl! With noodles, marinated egg, meat, and naruto fishcake!
c: It was fun to work on, some of the textures done by Jessica!
I helped make a thing heheh
a lot of people hold books as these sacred, untouchable things that you’re not allowed to alter or use as a medium or material for any sort of derivative work. and then they get all up in arms over people “ruining” books by cutting them or taking a sharpie to them, and like…
it really confuses me. do you not realize that it is only one of many mass-produced copies of that book lmfao
A cute leaf beetle, Calligrapha confluens (Coleoptera - Chrysomelidae), from Kentucky, US.
Glen Keane’s anatomical model sheet for Beast, Beauty and the Beast.
me most of the day