Currently accepting a limited number of commission requests! (Not sure how many, as of yet, but I’ll let y’all know when I’m ready to close shop.)
If you’re interested, please be sure to read over the TOS/FAQ and drop me an email or message at weasyl. (no messages on tumblr, it’d be kind of a pain to keep track of them, and those will be ignored)
I’m accepting paypal only for now. Signal boosts are appreciated!
Reblobbin’ as a reminder!
HEY GUYS I’m still open for commissions! I WILL DRAW YOU GROSS/CUTE/ MONSTERS/ALIENS/PEOPLE/FURRIES/WHATEVER (for money)
Commission my wife, then maybe she’ll buy me things?!
commission me so i can
purchase a cage for my unruly husbandBRING JOY INTO YOUR LIFE VIA COLORFUL PICTURES
I can personally recommend this artist; excellent work and reasonable prices, prompt and professional handling. Want a gift for yourself or one of your fellow art nerds? Why not buy a piece of art for Christmas?
I don’t (know how to) tweet and am thus largely unfamiliar with the (for a lack of a better word) “@-feature” this site has where direct links to my blog crop up on my dash. Sometimes I catch them, but I have reason to suspect that they mostly end up burrowed.
Same goes for comments left on my submissions. I love comments, and I love the ones I do see in these parts of the woods, but they quickly get lost in all the other notices. I am slightly better at catching them over at I. Krutt, though, since that one tends to be less active overall.
I don’t check tags. I recently discovered that you can follow tags and thus —I suppose— message back and forth via this system. I unearthed several posts tagged with one or more of my monikers, but all were several months old. If you want to get in touch, or show me something, this is a poor way of going about it unless you don’t mind the wait.
There is no ask or submit feature on this blog, these are both open on my two sideblogs, however. I welcome inspiring art submission over at Riddlesphinx, and would be happy to answer your anonymous asks at I. Krutt.
Aside from these, I can always —and most reliably— be reached through e-mail.
The Buffalo Game Space.
My brother is one of the founding members, and for the past couple of years they’ve grown as a group and worked on some amazing endeavors together. Check out the link for tons more information on what they’re…
Check this out!
Ever wanted all of my projects, sketches, illusrations, walkthroughs, icons and what have you in one place and in neat little categories? Well, check this out!
Last week I broke my tablet, which is only useful as it made me get off my arse and finally finish this thing. I still need to fiddle a little with the layout and add the remainer of of a surprisingy extensive archive to the Old Art section, but it’s done, more or less.
I would love you forever if you could reblog, or just spread the word. Give me some feedback, tell me if it’s working on your platform and browser of choice. I’m on a PC using Chrome, and it looks and works pretty good for me.
Thank you so, so, so much for the feedback, you guys! Lenalis, Psshaw, Orcaowl, and the rest of ya. I’ve tweaked the layout a bit, added a title here and some commentary there, and I now feel it’s shaping up to become pretty decent.
As I said, I think it’s alright now (it seems t be working on all platforms), but if a bug should pop up, I’d love to know :)
If you have commissioned me for a speedpaint this is the level of refinement you can expect. They’re generally take me about 2-3 hours.
Everything goes —from busts to full body, B&W to colour, with or without background— within that frame of time. If you want something more detailed, grayscale and/or simple busts and headshots are your best bet.
Promotional work for the WWC14. Image at the top is the final piece, the following ones are concept sketches, and the last two were just for fun.
A selection of cel-shaded icon commissions from the past few months.
Added a couple more.
Recent painterly icon commissions.