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  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: "Beatophone" by Caravan Palace
  • Reading: Tarzan, Fiore Dei Liberi's "The Flower of Battle"
  • Watching: Castle in the Sky
  • Playing: Tetris
  • Eating: Trail mix
  • Drinking: Caramel Frappuchino
As promised, here's your opportunity to get some dandy pieces of art of your own straight from the hand of yours truly! :D
You probably thought I was kidding, but nope! Y'all have been awesome, so I want to give back, in a sense.



Black & white
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Portrait/bust (rough sketch, digital or pencil) -- $5 / 400 points


Full Color: [digital only]
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Portrait/bust (cleaned up & finished) -- $10 / 800 points
Waist or 3/4 (cleaned up & finished) -- $20 / 1600 points
Full-body (cleaned up & finished) -- $25 / 2000 points

If you want an [abstract] background, simply add 300 points, and it shall be done!




To order or otherwise look into it further, simply answer the following 2 fields via note:

Description:
(Choice of portrait/bust/waist/full-body; desired background/desired pose/desired overall emotion of the piece, if any; etc.)

Reference photo:
(Optional, but very helpful. Include a detailed description if you don't have a photo on hand. The more detailed you are, the more accurate I'll be able to be.)




Things I will not do?
Pretty simple. No nudity or hentai ("suggestive" themes are fair enough).


Best part? You get full rights to the commissioned picture!
The only condition being that you don't try to pass it off as your own work.
That last part alone is incredibly generous, and rather hard to find on DA. Consider it a gift. :)
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: "Beatophone" by Caravan Palace
  • Reading: Tarzan, Fiore Dei Liberi's "The Flower of Battle"
  • Watching: Castle in the Sky
  • Playing: Tetris
  • Eating: Trail mix
  • Drinking: Caramel Frappuchino
Hey guys! Long time no see!

So much has happened over the last few months! I moved out of state (from California to Portland, OR), and have basically had to completely rebuild my business and social circles from scratch! And of course, all of this took much longer than I initially intended, since I got distracted exploring the area. :P

The move has effected me in many ways--all of which were voluntary, luckily. 
One of which is that I'm taking on a more minimalist lifestyle, and got rid of a metric shit-ton of crap I had hoarded "curated" over the years. Which means that most of my traditional art supplies and trinkets are gone. I still have my small sketchbook and a pair of mechanical pencils, but stuff like my extensive watercolors, Copics, and random brushes and novelty knick-knacks of every obscure size and shape are gone.

While this may sound like a huge downer, you can rest assured I haven't sworn off art, or something. I'm merely switching primary mediums. :) 
In their [messy] place, I managed to snag a new Intuos5 tablet. A tablet that I love very much. Expect to see the wedding invites soon. 
Anyways, expect to see much, much more digital art from me in the future. While I may have been absent from DA for a bit, I have actually been putting a decent amount of time into getting used to this new tablet. I draw almost exclusively in coffee shops, which this setup thrives in.
As a traditional artist, it still feels odd and a bit surreal to think about even now; for the first time, I'm actually capable of making finished painted pieces with tons of depth and detail while on the go. Or at least without taking a big tackle-box full of supplies and a clunky pad of cold-pressed watercolor paper with me. Now of course, the digital painters among you are probably thinking "no shit" right about now. This must be what old people feel like. :P  ("When I was your age, a computer with a fraction of the power of your iPhone would fill an entire warehouse!")

BTW: anyone who has had a hard time adjusting to a more basic tablet like the Wacom Bamboo [like me] should give the Intuos pro line (Formerly "Intuos", confusingly) a shot before giving up on digital art, like I came ridiculously close to doing.
You can get a professional-grade tablet for much, much cheaper than one would think, and they are a practically seamless transition from graphite and most other traditional media. It took only a couple simple sketches to adjust!
Hell: that happy little art high is still there. Makes one feel rather generous. :D

Actually...

I'm feeling so generous, I'm going to open up pretty cheap commissions for you guys!
Keep an eye out for the updated journal!
  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: "Beatophone" by Caravan Palace
  • Reading: Tarzan, Fiore Dei Liberi's "The Flower of Battle"
  • Watching: Castle in the Sky
  • Playing: Tetris
  • Eating: Trail mix
  • Drinking: Caramel Frappuchino
As promised, here's your opportunity to get some dandy pieces of art of your own straight from the hand of yours truly! :D
You probably thought I was kidding, but nope! Y'all have been awesome, so I want to give back, in a sense.



Black & white
-------------------------
Portrait/bust (rough sketch, digital or pencil) -- $5 / 400 points


Full Color: [digital only]
-------------------------
Portrait/bust (cleaned up & finished) -- $10 / 800 points
Waist or 3/4 (cleaned up & finished) -- $20 / 1600 points
Full-body (cleaned up & finished) -- $25 / 2000 points

If you want an [abstract] background, simply add 300 points, and it shall be done!




To order or otherwise look into it further, simply answer the following 2 fields via note:

Description:
(Choice of portrait/bust/waist/full-body; desired background/desired pose/desired overall emotion of the piece, if any; etc.)

Reference photo:
(Optional, but very helpful. Include a detailed description if you don't have a photo on hand. The more detailed you are, the more accurate I'll be able to be.)




Things I will not do?
Pretty simple. No nudity or hentai ("suggestive" themes are fair enough).


Best part? You get full rights to the commissioned picture!
The only condition being that you don't try to pass it off as your own work.
That last part alone is incredibly generous, and rather hard to find on DA. Consider it a gift. :)

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:iconrougealizarine:
rougealizarine Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fav :)
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Kissakisan Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
No prob :)
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AbalamAnderson Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
May I ask for your thoughts on one of my pieces ? I would certainly appreciate it!
I Am Evil
I also sent you a Llama, became a Watcher and fav'd some of your works!  :)
Wolf Uhh 
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Kissakisan Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! 
I'll be sure to leave my thoughts on the deviation's comments :)
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seika Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for the llama :3

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:iconkissakisan:
Kissakisan Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No prob :)
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Yoru-Vampire Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy birthday!!
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:iconkissakisan:
Kissakisan Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks!
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aniarie Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
thanks for watching btw :>
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Kissakisan Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem :)
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