Commissions are officially OPEN! This post is mainly for Prices BUT I will post my prices again below in case they’re hard to read on the example photos :3
You can also find my entire TOS [highlighted] above! ~ Art Commissions ~
* Make sure you read and accept the entire TOS before you commission. It is entirely your responsibility to read it as it is clearly posted and readily available. I will always send the entire list directly to anyone considering commissioning from me ~ Prices ~
* Linework $5 for simple outline $10 for complex
* Linework + B&W shading $20
* Full color (anywhere from the waist up) Portrait, 1 Character $50
* Full color (full body) Portrait, 1 Character $70
* Full color + Background + 1 Character $100 (every additional character +$50) * Additional $5-10 fee for complex designs
Not only will glass artist @davidspatchen be back in the gallery for the opening reception for “Transparency”, he will also be doing a glass blowing demonstration at @hotglassalley. Click the link in our bio to RSVP for the event.
#Repost @davidspatchen ・・・
Demo in Charlotte NC on Jan 12 as part of the “Transparency” show at Elder Gallery. I’ll be blowing glass at Hot Glass Alley 4-8pm. See the Elder Gallery website for info. https://eldergalleryclt.com/product/transparency-glass-blowing-demonstration/. (Image courtesy of the Corning Museum of Glass)
Absolutely love rust and the rainbow of colours that occur from oxidized metal.
Do you see the colours I see?
Blues, purples, reds, green, browns, gold, and white. Rust is such a gorgeous material.
This lightswitch cover was picked up at Tommy Thompson park which is a man-made island spit that narrowly stretches out into the lake on Toronto's East end. Great place to hike because it's a gorgeous home to a variety of birds that are never seen in the city due to it's seclusion. A really remarkable place and my favorite park here because of it's unique landscape. The beaches are full of eroded bricks, rubble, and decades old metal scrap that protrudes from the ground at random places. If you have read some of my other posts you would understand why I enjoy such a place...nature eroding built materials...my thing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
In this drawing I used white acrylic paint coupled with a white charcoal pencil to create the highlights.
I'm improving with each practice, learning, and through learning I'll teach those that follow my practicing.
That's important to me.
Primo 59-W charcoal pencil, Chinamarker, Copic 0.03 black liner, Derwent procolour pencils, Graphite powder, Windsor & Newton white acrylic paint.