|What program/art supplies do you use?|
Photoshop CS3 (not a free program) and a Wacom Bamboo Fun tablet for everything digital (including animations).
Koh-I-Noor Graphit pencils, Polychromos and Prismacolor colored pencils and White Night Artist's Quality Watercolors for traditional art.
Can I use your art for RPs and/or repost on other sites?
As long as you credit (which means no removing my signature on an image and providing a link back to this profile) it's alright. But only with images containing my own characters. You are not allowed to repost commissioned images with copyright protected characters on other sites/your own dA profile or to use them for RP forums.
In case of doubt, drop me a note.
Can you draw me something?
I do not take requests.
I hardly ever make artrades or collabs (I will most likely come to you about it. So don't ask.).
I take commissions from time to time, which I will announce in my journal.
Do you take point commissions?
I maybe open one or two commission slots for points whenever I am in need of a Premium Membership. But that's about it.
Do you rp?
Honest answer? Not much. I only rp'ed thrice in my life and only with close friends. I have too little time and personal life and commissions come first.
Can my character/s be in your comic?
No. I have many reasons to deny it. For once I have most characters already designed and I am in no need of more characters. Also there are copyright issues. Should I require more characters I will probably make another contest for that.
Can I have your IM screenname/email address?
I hardly ever use IM and my email is almost entirely for work related issues.
I use Steam from time to time (Steam contact info can be found on my profile), but I am picky about who I add as a friend.
Contacting me via note on dA is the easiest way to reach me.
Can you teach me how to draw?
No. Plain and simple. I am no professional artist nor a teacher. And I have the attention span of a ferret on crack. I also cannot teach you something in a matter of days, what in reality needs month or even years of practice.
But I might be able to tell you some tricks or at least point you in the right direction.
Are you a furry?
No. I like drawing anthro art, but I do not consider myself a furry. I know that there are different definitions for those terms in this community, but I stand to what I said. Also, I don't want nor need to have a conversation about this with anyone. Everyone starting a senseless conversation about it on any of my pics or my profile is getting blocked. The same goes for those nice random insult-guys popping up from time to time.
Why are you drawing so many different things?
That is a question I have mostly for myself, after realizing that many artists stick more or less to one theme. I always jumped from one subject to another, from one style to another. Why? Attention span of a ferret, remember? Also, I like it. I never felt good getting stuck with one thing. And I am aware certain watchers watch me for certain themes. But I don't care. I draw what I like. And if you only watch me for the wolves I draw, feel free to unwatch me once I stop drawing them.
I aim to draw even more different things. Whatever the future holds.
Commissions are open again!Edited the pricelist. The old one was back from 2010. It really needed an update.
Note: All prices are in €'s. Currency converter can be found here:http://www.oanda.com/lang/de/currency/converter/ . If you live outside Germany, Austria or Switzerland and definitely if you live outside the EU I can ONLY accept Paypal. For Germany, Austria and Switzerland (maybe a few other EU countries as well) I can also accept bank transfer.
IMPORTANT: If you pay via Paypal you have to add a fee to the commission price: under 50€ it's an additional 2€, under 100€ it's an additional 4€, above 100€ it's an additional 8€.
Here's the list:
Icon commissions: A portrait sized pic in advanced cellshading or softshading
Double icon commission: Same as Icon commission, but you'll get two icons that are linked together in their design, so you can display them like on on your page/journal etc.