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About Digital Art / Artist Pronounced: TIM-er-eeMale/Canada Recent Activity
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I'm going to do a small test run for "casual commissions," so I need a few people to make sure everything works properly!

"Casual commissions" are cheaper than typical freelance rates, but there's limitations for revisions and rights to the artwork I make for you (personal use only).

I'm restricting the style options to just one for now to keep things simple. I'll be offering the "flat rim light" style that I've been doing recently. No backgrounds for now unless it's abstract like in Temiree's one.

Temiree Leaning by TemireeOWCH! YE JERK! by TemireeTiger Adventurer by TemireeYou Don't Need These Anymore, Right? by Temiree

One character: $35.00 USD (factors in sketch + inking + coloring)
Two characters: $62.00 USD (additional characters 25% off)
Three characters: $87.00 USD (additional characters 25% off)

All prices are determined by the amount of time it would take me to finish one image (drawing + communication). Prices may change between commission batches.

Complex characters may have an extra 10-25% addition to the price to compensate for the extra time necessary to visualize their details. This includes things such as complicated clothing, markings, armor, weaponry, etc. Most characters won't be subject to this. A character like the tiger shown above would probably have a 20-25% addition to the price due to the markings. multi-faceted clothing and weapon set. This will be on a case-by-case basis.

Paypal only at this time. Payment through Paypal must be completed before work can begin. Refunds vary depending on commission progress when it's requested.

To get a sense of what my strengths and weaknesses are artistically, take a look at what's in my gallery. For example, I'm stronger at drawing mammals than I am drawing birds.

Content Rules
The following are general rules, but if I don't feel comfortable with an idea I have the right to refuse it at any time. The rules are:
-SFW only, must be suitable for all audiences!
-No sexual/suggestive themes.
-No fetish themes, even if they're G-rated (just don't want my artwork used this way).
-No revealing clothing (speedos, bikinis, underwear, etc.)
-No graphic violence (blood is fine)
-No copyrighted characters unless it's a transformative work
-I'm a bit restrictive about stuff involving my characters.

Batch #1 (COMPLETED)

Batch #2 (IN PROGRESS)

Batch #3

This won't be first-come-first-serve, don't worry. I'll choose a few people at random in a couple of days to participate, and note them a form to fill out. If you don't get chosen, worry not, you will be added to a "reserve list," who will be contacted right afterwards to get one.
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Pronounced: TIM-er-ee
Artist | Digital Art
Requests: Closed
Trades: Closed
Commissions: Coming later this month.
I won't share my IM info, sorry!

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saphiresparks123 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm only 13 and have much more time in the future to perfect my art skills and style
But there is this one thing that bothers me is my proportion on my characters
I am also not able to do many advanced poses
Do you have any advice or tips and tricks that could help me?
Temiree Featured By Owner Edited Feb 4, 2016   Digital Artist
For proportions, my best advice is to look at how other artists do them! That's how I learned. I looked at various favorite artists of mine and studied their work. How long they drew legs compared to the torso, how long they draw the arms, how they proportion muscular bodies versus thin bodies, etc. It takes a long time to learn, and I'm still learning, but that's how I did it. Also of course study from life. Knowing correct proportions from life can help you learn how to exaggerate them when cartooning.

For advanced poses, I recommend just studying from life. Poses used to be a major weak area of mine. I got better by looking at photos or real-life people and drawing them. Either it would be quick, 30 second gestures, or long 10-minute studies. When you do that enough, that knowledge will just slowly soak into your brain, and then you'll know how to make good poses on your own. Knowing about proportion also helps poses. Incorrect proportions can make good poses look wrong unintentionally.

I hope that makes sense! If you have any follow-up questions feel free to ask.
saphiresparks123 Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thx I will be sure to use this advice :D
Thx so much for this.
Poila-Invictiwerks Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2016
Just to tease you, I almost misread your username as "Temmie". And in turn almost mistaken you for some artist who worked on Undertale.
Oh well, I guessed that you're already filled with de-Temiree-nation to draw and paint.

...Excuse me while I make my exit after making this terrible word pun.
Temiree Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2016   Digital Artist
Haha, well it's an honor you thought I looked legit enough to be involved with Undertale - I loved that game. =D

As for that pun.... you're lucky I didn't kick you out myself...! :shakefist:
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