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southpauz:

IT’S MOTHER F*CKING COMMISSION TIME

I’ve finally, thanks to the positive feedback from my lovely followers, decided to ignore my deep art insecurities and fear of failure finally open up commissions!

Note: If you would like any of your pictures animated (ex: x,x,x,x), please tell me when contacting me about your commission. The pricing is dependent on how much I’m animating and I’m very kind on pricing.

I plan on having up to 5 slots be open at a time and will make sure to notify when the spots are filled. This is first come, first serve. The first ones to message me will be given priority over the others.

Also, while I’m at it, please do not ask for a commission through my ask box. 

It is difficult to keep track of messages through the ask box over time. I would much prefer you e-mail me your information. I will list my contact info more towards the end.

What I’m looking for when you commission me:

  • Your tumblr username
  • what you’re purchasing
  • character references (much appreciated)
  • any extra comments/preferences

Please do be polite. I care very much about that and I want this to be an enjoyable experience for the both of us.

More examples of my art:

  • Chibi (x,x,x,x,x,x)
  • normal (x,x,x,x,x,x,x)
  • Regular sketches - differs from detailed sketches (x,x)
  • detailed sketches (x,x,x,x,x)
  • comics (x,x,x,x,x,x)

What I’m willing to draw:

  • OCs (references required)
  • Character designs (for you..but give me an idea)
  • Fandom art
  • your OTP or whatever
  • Some gore art (not too crazy)
  • …hesitant NSFW (don’t go too crazy on me)
  • "furry"/anthro art
  • cute kissy smooch smooch (u3u)

What I’m not willing to draw:

  • Incredibly kinky art (watersports, scat, tentacle porn, et cetra)
  • furry porn
  • hardcore gore

If you aren’t sure on whether or not yours is acceptable to me, make sure you message me. I’ll clarify.

All payments will be made via Paypal.

  • Contact me at: southpauzart@gmail.com (my email and Paypal)

A lot of the information in regards to how pricing works is already listed above. However, if you have any questions, feel free to message me about anything you are unsure of.

Thank you guys!

(!!Signal boosting would be great!!)

gwyndor:

gwyndor:

i could get this image printed on a dakimakura. nothing is stopping me. its the right dimensions and resolution and size and i have the money. i could literally own a fucked up anime sex pillow but with an image of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. what a time to be alive


never give up on your dreams

gwyndor:

gwyndor:

i could get this image printed on a dakimakura. nothing is stopping me. its the right dimensions and resolution and size and i have the money. i could literally own a fucked up anime sex pillow but with an image of French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. what a time to be alive

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never give up on your dreams

notzilon:

Something I’ve been reading up on recently in my quest to provide backgrounds for my drawings is Disney’s focus on pools of light in backgrounds, the idea being that backgrounds, while important and containing valuable information, are set pieces. A background on its own isn’t…

leseanthomas:

OMFG. THIS. SHOW.

always-thirsty-pocket:

ianjq:

stevencrewniverse:

What is a “Distance Model”?

When a character is seen in the distance, too much line complexity will create an over-complicated image. We drop detail to simulate the effect of seeing a character far away. If you’ve managed to notice this already, you’re not just seeing things- it’s quite intentional.

Because the show is animated by hand, we prefer not to scale down a complicated drawing- it becomes unclear and messy. Instead we use a distance model, which is a simplified version of that character.

Also they’re really cute.

Lead Character Designer: Danny Hynes

Character Designer: Colin Howard

Color: Tiffany Ford

Color Assist: Jasmin Lai

Distance Guide: Ian Jones-Quartey

one of my favorite visual tricks we do for SU!

…All I think of is Homestar Runner.

So much to do

maid-en-china:

Work progress gif for Leave it Broken :D 
I forgot to mention in the gif, but the character, layer overlay, and paint over was done in Paint tool SAI and then edited in Photoshop. 
I made a tutorial a while back on how to integrate 3D backgrounds to help speed up the drawing process for comic artists. Check it out if you’re interested. :D

maid-en-china:

Work progress gif for Leave it Broken :D 

I forgot to mention in the gif, but the character, layer overlay, and paint over was done in Paint tool SAI and then edited in Photoshop. 


I made a tutorial a while back on how to integrate 3D backgrounds to help speed up the drawing process for comic artists. Check it out if you’re interested. :D