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SydneySnake

Commissions // the "Get Syd a Cintiq Fund"

Cintiq Fund: $50.00
Wolfblade Slavestream Fund: $80.00

Basically I've decided that my furry drawing capabilities need work, and I think that one of the best ways for me to improve would be doing public streams. So essentially what I'm planning on doing, starting in May I'll be doing streams hopefully Monday - Thursday  from 2:00 - (whenever I get bored). During that time I'll be drawing whatever I want, weather I start a comic project or just do random doodles will be up to me. However if at some point during those streams someone wants a pic, they can commission me immediately (Or you could note me here and set up a specific time if you want to make sure you get in for whatever reason), and I'll start it the second I receive payment, and will continue to work on it until it's completed. So (unless some unforeseen circumstance arises) someone should be able to commission me and have that commission done that very day (as well as help fund my cintiq, slavestream, and education XP).

As I said, I'm still not super confident in my abilities, so commissions would be fairly cheap. Each sketch will cost $10.00 per character (for full body, waist up and headshot will be determined upon request), and I'm pretty open when it comes to drawing, so if it's kinky in some way don't hesitate to ask (though I retain the right to refuse a commission if I'm uncomfortable with the content, XP but I'll try to find a way to work around it)

(I'll hopefully post some kind of sample work by the end of the month, as well as a more details journal)


Now I'm curious just so I know weather or not this is even worth it. Would anyone be interested in either a commission or watching me stream? And does the price sound fair?


Thanks for reading :)
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Added: 7 years, 5 months ago
 
Shokuji
7 years, 5 months ago
But is a Cintiq really worth it for the money? =O I mean wouldn't it be in some ways worse than a tablet considering your hand will be in the way? I've always liked how on a tablet it just updates on screen where you're drawing and such. And there's nothing to get in the way of what you're working on. o.o;
SydneySnake
7 years, 5 months ago
Nah, it's no different then drawing on paper really. My teacher brought in a cintiq yesterday, and let us all test it out, and I found it WAY better. I can draw a heck of a lot faster with way more accuracy.
Quiet269
7 years, 5 months ago
I'd honestly suggest you look into a Tablet PC first, as it will be much cheaper, and can let you get the hang of that type of arting without dropping the $2000 that a cintiq costs.

If you contact
Zarphus
Zarphus
he should be able to get you a HP TC 4400 for under $300. It works quite well for this sort of thing.
Quiet269
7 years, 5 months ago
That being said,

Can you post some examples of what a sketch looks like? =)
SydneySnake
7 years, 5 months ago
I'll be posting the sketch example either tomorrow or this weekend sometime. And I already have a tablet that I've been using for a few years and it's great, I just feel like it could be a nice change.
Quiet269
7 years, 5 months ago
I gotcha.

Being able to see directly will be quite nice. Still, do ask Zar; he has a good hookup; even if you don't want the 4400 I think he's switching to Cintiq soon, so he might get you a deal there =)
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