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Comissions CLOSED!

 

I love to draw dragons, that's a first, other things I love to draw are wolves and any other nonesense I can xd.png, but I like as well drawing backgrounds, they are well amusing to draw.

 

I do eggie comissions, no requests.

 

1. So for a sketch 1 or 2 common eggie/s. (Depends)

 

2. Line-art will be 2 uncommon/Common eggies.

 

3. Flat colored art with Line-art will 2 uncommon eggies.

 

4. Colored Line-art with Shading will be 1 rare.

 

5. Colored line-art with shading and background will be 2 rares.

 

*Note: Lineages don't matter to me, so don't worry.

*Note 2: If there's another character I can charge a bit more for it.

 

Also I want to make a comission form, since it's been sort of difficult to locate my comissions when I don't write them down on my to-do list... Or I'm just too lazy, ahaha

 

Here's the form:

 

[b][color=blue][SIZE=10]I'd like a comission![/SIZE][/COLOR][/b]
[b]What do you want me to draw?:[/b]
[b]Any side details you want me to do in the drawing?:[/b]
[B]Number of Choice:[/B]

 

*Note: Number of choice means the numbers shown in the beginning for if you want a line-art, sketch, etc.

 

Slots:

1.tyto alba- Her Oc Isuri- Not started. ~NOT PAID~

2.Verridith-Her Oc Fankorial drawn- Not Started. ~PAID~

 

 

The ones who owe me: (Just a reminder, not rushing you at all)

None at the moment!

 

Some art:

 

http://th09.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/i/2013...rox-d5txrui.jpg

 

http://th05.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/i/2013...rox-d5ucm9i.jpg

 

http://th05.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/i/2012...rox-d5fjq0t.png

 

http://fc04.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/261...rox-d5f6jcx.png

 

http://th00.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/f/2012...rox-d5jw1cd.png

 

http://th02.deviantart.net/fs71/PRE/i/2012...rox-d5lyb04.png

 

http://th04.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/i/2013...rox-d5vfj8t.png

 

http://fc00.deviantart.net/fs71/i/2013/052...rox-d5vsevf.png

 

If you want to see more go to my DA, in my signature. Thank you.

 

Thank you for taking your time at looking some of my art. :3

Comissions are appreciated!

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VERY nice! I love how you blend the different colours in, it gives it a very nice effect. I'd love to see more!

 

(And might I be able to reserve a spot for a comission?)

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Thank you! It means a lot! ;A;

 

And of course, what do you want, Tazzay? :33

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I just have to say that I LOVE your trees and backgrounds x3 They look so good!

Thanks! Making backgrounds is sort of hard so I appreciate it xd.png

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Wow, that's AMAZING! ohmy.gif

 

I love it so much <3

 

Payment coming your way~

It's sort of rushed in a way, so sorry if may have some little errors but thank you ;A;

I'm glad you do smile.gif

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*eeee* Commission details tomorrow after I sleep a bit :'D

 

Just browse through my scroll, tell me what you'd like me to breed~

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*eeee* Commission details tomorrow after I sleep a bit :'D

 

Just browse through my scroll, tell me what you'd like me to breed~

Of course, though, It'll take time since this week I'm busy >.<

I'll try to take up free time to do so I'll let ya know via PM so I don't spam the thread. xd.png

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Lovely art. Would you mind if I offered some critique?

 

 

I find it very cool that you enjoy doing backgrounds, since those are always things that I struggle with. I highly recommend that you practice your perspective so that you can make your backgrounds even better! Your Assassin's Creed drawing has a lot of little details in the buildings, but the street and the buildings themselves are almost completely flat, and the lines are going in every which way.

 

Since it looks like you draw digitally, it would be very easy for you to create a grid on a seperate layer in your drawing program to use as a perspective tool.

First, you establish your horizon line (which, in the AC drawing, is very low because the focal point is in the air!).

Then you pick one or more vanishing points ON the horizon (one-point perspective is the most basic and the simplest to start with, so I recommend that first).

Then, use a line tool to draw lines branching out from that point. They radiate outwards like a star! I recommend you use a different color for your guidelines, so that it will be easy to tell them apart from your actual buildings.

Now on your lineart layer you can draw buildings to your heart's content, using your perspective lines as guides.

Here is a handy tutorial for how to roughly sketch out things in perspective. I'm sure you could easily find other resources if you google perspective!

 

 

On a slightly different note, I have another small recommendation for your backgrounds: try using different line thicknesses when you draw! This goes back to perspective--things that are farther away look smaller. You can convey that through the thickness of your lines. Try to draw something that's far away with a thin line, and give the thing that is closer to the viewer (such as your assassin) a thicker line. This helps to keep your drawing from looking flat. You could also experiment with making lines a few shades lighter when they are farther away, adding to that same sense of depth.

 

 

Keep up the good work on your backgrounds!

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Lovely art. Would you mind if I offered some critique?

 

 

I find it very cool that you enjoy doing backgrounds, since those are always things that I struggle with. I highly recommend that you practice your perspective so that you can make your backgrounds even better! Your Assassin's Creed drawing has a lot of little details in the buildings, but the street and the buildings themselves are almost completely flat, and the lines are going in every which way.

 

Since it looks like you draw digitally, it would be very easy for you to create a grid on a seperate layer in your drawing program to use as a perspective tool.

First, you establish your horizon line (which, in the AC drawing, is very low because the focal point is in the air!).

Then you pick one or more vanishing points ON the horizon (one-point perspective is the most basic and the simplest to start with, so I recommend that first).

Then, use a line tool to draw lines branching out from that point. They radiate outwards like a star! I recommend you use a different color for your guidelines, so that it will be easy to tell them apart from your actual buildings.

Now on your lineart layer you can draw buildings to your heart's content, using your perspective lines as guides.

Here is a handy tutorial for how to roughly sketch out things in perspective. I'm sure you could easily find other resources if you google perspective!

 

 

On a slightly different note, I have another small recommendation for your backgrounds: try using different line thicknesses when you draw! This goes back to perspective--things that are farther away look smaller. You can convey that through the thickness of your lines. Try to draw something that's far away with a thin line, and give the thing that is closer to the viewer (such as your assassin) a thicker line. This helps to keep your drawing from looking flat. You could also experiment with making lines a few shades lighter when they are farther away, adding to that same sense of depth.

 

 

Keep up the good work on your backgrounds!

Thanks, I'm not very good with backgrounds as you just saw xd.png I've been lately drawing them since well boredom came along, But very much thanks for the critique, will look for the tutorials. smile.gif

 

As for the AC drawing it's something I discontinued, so we could say it's a rough sketch, same goes for the others, Most of my drawings I leave them as 'sketches' sadly enough since I never finish them properly or even start them properly or maybe don't even have the time to, so I rush. I probably have few ones which in my perspective are 'completed' artworks but so far if you see one of my artworks with poor perspectives like this and plain flat, one boring color it's just a sketch, same goes for other when I do a sloppy job, it's just probably laziness or I just do not know how to draw it decently. But thank you for the critique, I appreciate it very much. smile.gif

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I saw that you only had one Costal Waverunner. I was wondering if I could breed an egg for you in return for some art. I'll do that or breed whatever one of my pairs you think that you would want. *tips hat* Thank you for reading this.

-http://dragcave.net/user/ArchiosLukos

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*oooooo* you're good at wolves too. Makes me want another commission from you, lol! I may become a repeat offender commissioner. ;P

 

Okay, I'd like you to draw a dark mage OC of mine named Darius; he's much like NOPE you're too good at wolves, I'm gonna commission you for one of those first. ;P ;P ;P

 

http://imageshack.us/a/img84/8281/imag0137a.jpg

^ This guy. ^^ Sorry for the terrible cell phone pic, if you need clearer colors or anything feel free to poke me.

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