A relatively simplistic Castiel for my first attempt at some Supernatural fan art. Misha Collins has such distinctive features that I figured he’d be a good choice for a portrait. ‘u’
My first attempt at a realistic-ish digital portrait. I did it for Darren Hayes for his birthday (May 8th.)
Hey look, I crawled out of another one of my art slumps! Here’s Tsutsukakushi Tsukiko (try saying that 5 times fast) from Hentai Ouji to Warawanai Neko.
I did this months ago and forgot to post it. It’s a transparent PNG. Kyubei is my #1.
Christmas card for my WoW guild, featuring my draenei shaman and her faithful pet Mr. Chilly.
(x-posted to geeksarefoxy.tumblr.com)
Mrs. Brisby from the Secret of NIMH. A birthday gift for my BF! Done in Photoshop CS5.
ϟ Blizzcon 2011 World of Warcraft Guild Character Badges
Somehow or another I completely forgot to upload the completed and colored versions of the badges I made for my guild’s big dinner at Blizzcon 2011. Oops. So here they are. They’re all done in Copic marker. The colored versions are mostly ones that people paid me to have colored; the black and white ones I did out of the kindness of my charitable heart. *coughs* Usually, I’d charge $15 for a colored ACEO. So if anyone wants one of these, let me know. :3 I can even add a badge holder and lanyard for a few dollars extra! The top left one was a special commission, by the way, so that’s why it looks different and has a background.
And for the sake of completion, here’s the un-colored ones!
It’s Christmas time, and that means I get to dig out my 2009 Druid Christmas illustration I did for Blizzard’s Holiday Card Contest. Alas, I didn’t win anything, but I was fortunate enough to get an honorable mention for it. I’m very grateful for the recognition. (Too bad they couldn’t be bothered to credit any of the artists who got honorable mentions, though…)
ϟ World of Warcraft Badge Project
Here I am, continuing my legacy of bad photos of otherwise decent artwork. I decided that I wanted not only to get a lot of practice drawing ACEOs, but that it would be hella fun if I drew a bunch of people from my World of Warcraft guild. These are great folks who have essentially been my family for the past 5 years or so, and each year we make an effort to meet up at a big dinner the night before Blizzcon. My plan is to draw an ACEO of each guild member’s character who is attending said dinner (only a few people have tickets to the convention itself, but many go to the dinner) and write their toon’s name on the top. Then I’m going to purchase some badge holders and lanyards so that each person has a badge of their WoW toon. Cool, right?! The pic I’ve posted is a few of the sketches; I’ll be inking all of them and if they want them colored I will do so for some small compensation (mostly to help me purchase more Copic markers). I’m also going to be coloring my own badge and my boyfriend’s and probably my guild leader’s because they’ve done so much for me, and because I can. :)
I’ll post more pics when they’re inked. There’s going to be about 20 badges total. And yes, I will totally take commissions for these if anyone is interested. Thanks for looking! ^^
ϟ Help me out by commissioning me :)
It took me a bit longer to post this than I intended, but here we go. As I mentioned previously, I’ve been buying Copic markers with the intention of taking ACEO commissions. I’m slowly getting better with them; the above are some of my very first cards, so they’re not as great as they could be. It’d mean a lot to me if someone likes my art enough to commission me.
Anyways, I’m starting out with ACEOs because they’re easy and small. I can also do digital sketches because they shouldn’t take too much time. I’ll move on to colored CGs when I know I can do them in a time-efficient manner. Here’s the prices for my commissions:
$10-$15 Colored (depending on detail)
Generally, I can fit one character on a card, or one character with a small pet.
$10 Half Body
$15-20 Full Body
If you want your digital sketch inked, add $5.
The quickest way to contact me is actually by sending me an @reply on Twitter. I’m more active there than anywhere else. You can also note me on deviant art, or reply here (although you may have to actually be following me to do so) or on my main Tumblr, which is geeksarefoxy.tumblr.com.
I appreciate anyone who bothered to take a look at this or re-blog. Thanks a lot. ^^v