Art dolls|Monster art|Jewelry +
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The artist has the right to decline a commission for any reason.Updates/WIP shots are given often and more are available upon request.Dolls can be placed on a backburner if requested and work on it can resume when client wishes. (If you’re unable to continue payments but still want it, I can wait to work on it)Artist will not copy/mimic another artist’s stylePlease provide a visual referenceCan do almost any animal, will try to do any. Humans includedWill do original characters, fan characters, pets, original speciesWill not do trademarked characters without permission of the creatorThis will be a physical product and because of this the colors will not be exact.
Payment upfront and in whole for dolls under $100Payment plans available for dolls above $100, down payment will be used for materials and is figured after the full cost of the doll. Invoices are sent for payments, do not pay without an invoice sent to youInvoices will be sent through square unless paypal is requested. Partial refunds are available for unfinished dolls, depending on how much of the doll has been done. No refunds available for the down payment after the materials have been bought
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Base price: $15Solid backgroundColors or shading is an extra $5drawn on a tinged canvasIf traditional: Can be done in pen or pencilextra characters are an extra 75% of the price
Base price: $25 Solid background or gradient Full bodyDrawn on a tinged canvasif traditional: can be done in fineliner, brush pen or fountain pen colors or shading are an extra $5 complex colors/markings add cost depending on complexityextra characters are an extra 75% of the price
Base price: $60full body or bust Solid background or gradient at no costany other background costs depend on complexitycolors or shading are an extra $7, more complex colors/markings affect the extra cost depending on their complexity. extra characters are an extra 75% of total costif traditional: can be done in ballpoint, fineliner, brush pen, or fountain pen
Starting price: $25 Simpler and thicker linessimplified styleCan be flat colors or shaded digital onlysingle charactertransparent backgrounds
Starting price: $35digital onlyMore complex and thinner linework than minissolid color, gradient or transparent backgroundextra characters are an extra 75% of costmore complex designs (excessive limbs/ complex markings) add extra cost depending on complexity
starting at: $60 Digital onlysolid, transparent, or gradient backgrounds are no costsimpler backgrounds are an additional $10More complex designs (excessive limbs/complex markings) add extra cost depending on complexityextra characters are an extra 75% of cost
starting at $200 Digital only (for now)complex background (a mix of painted and lined)Backgrounds with smaller details (Such as the example on the right) add an extra cost depending on complexityMore complex designs (Excessive limbs/complex markings) add extra cost depending on complexityExtra characters are an extra 75% to costpayment plans available for this option
Even though I specialize in drawing monsters and more horror subjects, I am very versatile and am open to drawing most things. If you want a better feel for what I will and will not do, feel free to check out my galleries.
Weasyl contains the most of my content.
All business negotiations will be conducted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Paypal invoices are preferred but other methods may be discussed
Work will not begin until the commission is paid in full, unless otherwise agreed upon.DO NOT send money on your own; all standard payments are made through invoices. Any money sent outside of invoices will be considered a tip.Payment plans can be negotiated, but work will not continue past the value that has already been paid (ex: if you have paid enough to cover the sketch and lineart but the finished product will be colored, I will do the sketch and lineart but will not begin coloring until that portion has been paid).Tips are welcome but will not make your commission a higher priority.
I must be given a minimum of five days to work on sketches and two weeks for full color digital images before rush fees will be applied; the work time for traditional work will vary.The artist may apply rush fees at their discretion. The amount will vary case-by-case.Commissions with deadlines will be given priority over those without. Commissions with closer deadlines will be given priority over those with farther ones. Without deadlines, commissions will be worked on at the artist’s discretion. Revisions
Revisions that are made because of the artist’s error are free, provided the commissioner points it out immediately. Those made because of the commissioner’s error, a mutual misunderstanding, or lack of communication may be subject to additional fees at the artist’s discretion.Please condense revision requests into as few emails as possible, and take the time to double and triple check the work before asking for revisions. Revisions after the second email may require a fee. (Ex: send one email asking to change the expression, tail, and paws, not one email for each).Major revisions during the sketch stage may require a fee, the amount of which will vary case-by-case.Revisions to the pose, character shapes, expressions, etc cannot be made after the lines are inked. Character design
commissions may have up to two marking changes before they will be charged. Complex Characters & Backgrounds
Complex character designs and backgrounds warrant a fee that will vary based on complexity; the fee is set at the artist’s discretion.Things that constitute complex characters include but are not limited to: wings, excessive limbs, intricate markings or textures (tiger stripes, wood grain, etc), feathers, armor or complex clothing.
Applies mostly to traditional work; the price of canvases/paper, mediums I do not already own, colors not included in the sets I do own, and any other additional materials may be added to the total price. Shipping and Prints
Traditional works may be shipped to the client upon request. The fee will be the price of the shipping service, and if necessary, boxes, envelopes, bubblewrap, or any other shipping materials.Prints can be requested at any time for an additional fee.
Inquiry: The artist and client discuss the style, content, and price of the commission. Neither artist nor client is bound to anything at this point.Payment & Filled Slot: The artist will send the client an invoice via Paypal (unless otherwise negotiated). Once the artist receives the payment, the client will be added to the queue and the commission slot filled. Payment plans can be discussed. Work will not begin until paid in full, unless otherwise agreed.Sketch: The artist will lay out the pose, fill the characters out, and apply details. The lines will be rough and unfinished.Though not always provided by default, the client may request a set of thumbnails to choose from before starting the sketch stage at no extra charge.Sketch approval: The artist will give a preview the sketch to the client. The client may request changes to the work that has been done (in which case steps 3 and 4 will repeat until the client is satisfied or the artist is unable to continue). Once the client gives their approval, work will continue. This is where the process for sketch commissions ends.Color: The artist applies washes of flat color without shading.Shading: The artist will apply lighting, shading, shadows, and highlights according to the style agreed upon during the inquiry. The client can request changes to the colors, markings, or lighting.Shading approval: The artist will give a preview of the completed piece to the client. The client may request changes to the lighting and shading (in which case steps 7 and 8 will repeat until the client is satisfied or the artist is unable to continue).Emailed files/shipped product: For digital work, the artist will email two versions of the finished product, one with a watermark and one without, to the client. For traditional work, in addition to the files, the finished product will be shipped to the address provided by the client, provided the client has paid for shipping or another arrangement has been agreed upon. Permissions & Usage
By the artist:
The artist may use the work for portfolios, advertisement, or any other promotional use. The client may not request that the finished piece not be posted online, with the exception of work done with the intent of being published; in this case, the artist will post the work once publication is complete.
The artist reserves the right to make any changes, revisions, modifications, or additions to both canceled and completed commissions, or work on a piece beyond the client’s request for use as prints or other merchandise. Prints of the modified image may be made even if the client has requested there be no prints of the original version. Modified versions will not contain characters belonging to the commissioner nor anyone else besides the artist.If a client wants a print of their commission, they may purchase it through the artist.The artist reserves the right to share WIPs and watermarked high-resolution files of the commission as rewards on Patreon. The client will be credited. By the client:
The client may repost the WATERMARKED version of the work wherever they please. They may NOT post the UN-watermarked version anywhere; that is strictly for their personal use. Credit via link back to the artist’s website or social media is required.The client may crop or otherwise alter the work for PERSONAL use as an icon, banner, wallpaper, etc. Written credit would be greatly appreciated but is not strictly required.The client may NOT use the work for personal profit via print sales, merchandise, etc. unless otherwise negotiated before payment. Exceptions may be made for cases where the client sells the design or rights to a character portrayed in the commission.The above rights may be purchased from the artist for an additional fee.The client may have prints of their work made for their own personal use or as gifts. They cannot sell prints of the work.The client may NOT under any circumstances claim the work as their own.The client may NOT have another artist draw over, finish, rework, or otherwise alter the image (i.e. buying a sketch and having another artist ink and color it) or do so themselves without express written permission. Any edits to the commission must be done by the original artist. This includes adding extra images by other artists on a case-by-case basis; please ask permission before including in a collage, etc. Exceptions will be made for animation.
By the artist:
The artist retains the right to reject a commission before payment under any circumstances.The artist retains the right to abandon a commission after being paid for any reason. If it is for personal reasons, other life events, or due to the fault of the artist, the client will be partially or fully refunded, depending on how much work has been completed.. If the artist cancels due to pressure, harassment, or inappropriate behavior on the client’s part, the client may be given a full or partial refund or no refund at the artist’s discretion.The artist will automatically partially refund the client after 30 days of no response (assuming the client left no notice).
By the client:
The client may cancel at any time before the work is completed, for any reason.If the client cancels before work on the commission has begun, the client will be refunded in full. If work has already begun, the percentage of the refund will vary based on how much work is completed.Cancellations due to dissatisfaction with work that the client has already approved will not be refunded.The client cannot be refunded after the work is completed.The artist reserves the right to modify, rework, and reuse cancelled commissions for any purpose. The commissioner’s characters will not appear in the modified version.
The artist retains the right to change both the prices and terms of service at any time, for any reason.If these changes occur after a commission has been paid, the client is only held to the terms and price agreed to beforehand.If these changes occur after a price has been agreed but has not been paid, the client is held to the agreed upon price but the new terms.
$45 + Shipping and taxes
Opossums are the only North American marsupial, often mistaken for rodents due to their pointy faces.
This one seems to be a bright green.
$200+Shipping and taxes
Hognosed dragons are much like any other, with having different elements associated with them and having a tendency to hoard things. The big difference is that these dragons are more close to earthy elements. They even have a lot of variation between them and some can even resemble some lizards.
These things appear to not have a head, but they are actually very leech like beings, using what would be a neck stump to eat from, and their singular eye is on their chest.
The first of my art toys, or cast art dolls. Each one is cast from an original sculpt, some in opaque resin and some in a translucent resin.
Most of this first batch is hand painted and a few have been pigmented.
Chicken breast (painted)
Fresh meat (painted)
Gator flesh (painted)
$70+ shipping and taxes
The head of this is sculpted from polymer clay and painted with acrylics. The body has a wire armature all throughout it and is needle felted. Due to the wool being tighter around the armature, it will not bend enough to fatigue and break.
The little claw toes are made from homemade cold porcelain and painted with an acrylic wash before being sealed.
This doll is nice and poseable and can even stand on its own hind legs.
$250+shipping and taxes
The skull of this is a resin replica of a dwarf caiman, created by arctic phoenix studios. The jaw has been cut off and articulated. The hands are also cast in resin, from and original sculpt, and the feet are polymer clay.
The body has a ball and socket armature, allowing it to be posed without any fatigue, and the skin is fleece with a minky belly.
$100 plus shipping and taxes
A handsewn soft bodied doll, who may or may not be missing half it's face.
The hard parts are cast in resin from an original sculpt, so they're more hardy than if they were sculpted.
The body has no armature and is stuffed to be squishy and weighted to be able to sit down.
$140 + Taxes and shipping
The first of what will be many. This doll has a wire armature in him, allowing him to be carefully posed.
The hard parts are cast in resin from an original sculpt, and the body was handsewn.
He's weighted in his belly and if you're careful enough, you can make him even stand on his own.
Cat's eye shell
$25 + Shipping and taxes
Cat's eye shells come from a kind of snail and is the part of the shell that closes the snail in.
Because of how they look like eyes, they are used as a protective symbol.
These earrings are for stretched ears, about 10g and lower. The hook part of them is brass.
$17 each + shipping
Teratoma (meaning monster tumor) is a kind of tumor that is made up of several different kinds of tissue. This means they can contain teeth and hair.
Eyes and Hyperdontia were sculpted individually from polymer clay, painted, and sealed with a gloss varnish.
The rest are cast from acrylic to obtain their fleshy look.
Each teratoma can come with a cord, if you want a cord, let me know what kind and how long.
$ 12 Each + Shipping
These are created out of acrylic, painted to look freshly pulled, and sealed with a gloss varnish for that wet look. The posts and hooks are stainless steel.
When ordering, let me know what style you would like.
Any with an M tag are molars from opossums and raccoons. Because of their handmade nature, they are asymmetrical.
Teratoma + Teeth earrings
$20 + Shipping
You get your choice of teratoma pendant and pair of tooth earrings.
Just include the style of each that you want, and if you want your teratoma on a cord.