COMMISSION INFORMATION!! If you are interested in commissioning me for work please e-mail me with information on the project.
So a few years ago Michelle Nunnelly (my sister) and I taught some online courses that were pretty successful. We’ve been talking back and forth about starting them again for a while now, and finally decided to start them around mid April or May. Sign ups would start before that. I will most another post when that happens. In the mean time we’re going to be making an official website with information.
There will only be 20 slots open at a time, so if you’re interested sign up as soon as you can. Last time we had a pretty decent amount of students.
Read more if you’re interested. If you don’t comment, please reblog or like so that I have a guesstimate of who’d like to join in the fun.
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MY COMMISSION PRICES
All the prices up there right now are wrong. Here is the correct prices:
Pencils and Ink: $75
Digital Black and White: $100
Cell Shaded Digital Illustration: $150
Detailed Portraits: $500
To commission me, go to the site and click “Add to cart”.
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A commission I did. This is going to be used as a gift to a newly wedded couple.
Commissions are of course always open. To get more information about it e-mail me. My e-mail is ImagineTheEnding @ gmail.com without the spaces.
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A picture of the first shipping ever in VACANT. This is Siren and Hayze. Their ship name is Hayren, and it was started by Elena.
Sexy Noah for Ross’s birthday and Christmas. Hope he likes it!
(Reblogging this from my personal blog)
I like the way Hayze’s face is coming out on this page so I am posting it. After I inked it, I thought that he looked a lot like Michael Fassbender:
The panel I am working from is from issue 6.
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The finished piece for Edwin Huang’s art book. He did the inks, I did the pencils and coloring. Thanks to him again for letting me draw a piece for the project.
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I am a guest artist for Edwin Huang’s art book. Here is the black and white version of it. I penciled the sketch and Edwin inked over it. Soon, it will be colored.
I think it turned out pretty good!
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