well due to some personal fact i am now in the need of some extra money, so for this one and only time i am going to open up special low price commissions.
so just for this time my full body cell or soft cell commissions will be at chibi price, that means that you can get one fullbody character from me at 9 dolars, and you can add an extra character for only 4 dolars.
1. no furrys or anthros
2. no mature contect stuff.
3. 2 character max per commissioner, if you want a third character you will have to buy another slot ( 9 dolars)
4. please be very specific with what you want, or send me a reference.
5. payment via paypal only or if you live in mexico o also accept bank transfers. ( is that how you way it??… i dont know XD)
6. i start working ones i recieve the payment.
5 slots available.
I'm not ashamed to say that you really inspired me to learn how to draw people in an anime-ish style. But my question is how long did it take for you to learn to draw how you do? I mean, I've been drawing for almost a year, and my stuff is mediocre, so how did you do it?
I usually answer these with a drawing, but I think this one need a little bit more explanation. (I’ll try not to make it to long)
First of all, thank you! I’m so glad you enjoy what I do.
And as for your question, I’m going to tell what EVERY artist or animator will tell you, it’s about practice! (yes the most common answer in the book, but its also the truest answer in the book) It’s doesn’t matter how old you are or when you started drawing, we all improve in different ways, some people improve in a slower pace than others, but that doesn’t mean your bad at it or that you don’t have the talent to do something (because this applies for anything, music, animation, modeling, dancing, skating etc…) if you love it, and you REALLY want to do it, you can do it, all you need to do is practice, take a sketchbook and a pencil with you, draw anything you want or anything you see (drawing from life is ones of the best ways of study), it doesn’t matter if it’s not perfect, practice will make it perfect in time.
I’ve been drawing for 7 years, and even now I am still learning; i don’t even have my own style yet, I have that anime-ish style that is still in progress; and believe me, I have talked to a lot of pros that say that creating your own style takes time, you will someday find yours, just like someday I will find mine, so we won’t have to call it “anime-ish style” and instead call it “my style”.
so go out there! Sketch, draw, speed paint, practice!
one year ago a man that made an illegal turn in me neighbor’s garage killed my 12 year old dog. at the time i could not make a drawing for him… and even today it still hurts.
this one is dedicated to him and to anyone else who has ever lost one of there best friend under the wheels of a car.