Messing around trying to draw Luke Evans but ended up refining my OC’s and their backstories a bit???

Messing around trying to draw Luke Evans but ended up refining my OC’s and their backstories a bit???

Concerning Past Commissions

For everyone I still owe things, this new commissions post does not effect you.

Some people have been worried they owe me more money due to my new commission sheet, but this is not the case at all! The price of the commission you paid for is the price you were charged, so please don’t worry about that. This also goes for payment splits that still owed from previous commissions.

So please do not worry about being effected by this new emergency commissions post!!

mrhiddlesart:

So the last month has been super crazy! I had to push back my move for health reasons, then had to replace my computer last minute this week which was a cost I did not expect in the least. And because my move had to be pushed back, I lost my ride. I need to raise the funds for a moving trailer, and to replace what I spent on a new computer, so I am opening commissions again.

***READ THIS for the guidelines and general info of commissioning something and details on what I will or won’t draw!

I have a 25% off everything sale going on in my store as well, so check it out! I have put up some pretty fun stuff, like grab bags and new prints. Some commissions are on sale for this, while others have been adjusted for time spent and feedback I’ve received.

Flat Prices and Examples:

$10 Sketch: | x | x | x | x |
$15 Flat Color (on sale): | x | x | x | x |
$35 Full Color: | x | x | x | x | x |
$70 Soft Cell Shade: | x | x | x | x |
$80 Body Pillow 21x60in (on sale): | x | x | x |
$40 Small Pillow 17x17in (on sale): | x |

Style Price (Add-on to flat price) and Examples:

+$5 Bust: | x | x | x | x |
+$10 Half Body: | x | x | x | x
+$20 Full Body: | x | x | x |
+$5 Circle: | x | x | x |

So, for example a ‘full color circle’ commission would be $35+$5=$40 total. A ‘soft cell shaded body pillow’ would be $70+$80=$150 total (no extra shipping cost).

Please email me at mrhiddles@yahoo.com with the following form filled out if you’re interested! My PayPal email is kairi9889@yahoo.com.

COMMISSION FORM:

-Name:

-Email and PayPal email (if different):

-Tumblr URL/Username of site you’d like me to link back to:

-Type 1 [ sketch/ flat color/ full color/ soft cell shade ]:

-Type 2 [ bust/ half body/ full body/ circle/ body pillow/ small pillow/]:

-Description:

-References [links or attachments. Text only if image refs are unavailable]:

-Other Info [poses, expressions, personality, interaction, etc]:

So the last month has been super crazy! I had to push back my move for health reasons, then had to replace my computer last minute this week which was a cost I did not expect in the least. And because my move had to be pushed back, I lost my ride. I need to raise the funds for a moving trailer, and to replace what I spent on a new computer, so I am opening commissions again.

***READ THIS for the guidelines and general info of commissioning something and details on what I will or won’t draw!

I have a 25% off everything sale going on in my store as well, so check it out! I have put up some pretty fun stuff, like grab bags and new prints. Some commissions are on sale for this, while others have been adjusted for time spent and feedback I’ve received.

Flat Prices and Examples:

$10 Sketch: | x | x | x | x |
$15 Flat Color (on sale): | x | x | x | x |
$35 Full Color: | x | x | x | x | x |
$70 Soft Cell Shade: | x | x | x | x |
$80 Body Pillow 21x60in (on sale): | x | x | x |
$40 Small Pillow 17x17in (on sale): | x |

Style Price (Add-on to flat price) and Examples:

+$5 Bust: | x | x | x | x |
+$10 Half Body: | x | x | x | x
+$20 Full Body: | x | x | x |
+$5 Circle: | x | x | x |

So, for example a ‘full color circle’ commission would be $35+$5=$40 total. A ‘soft cell shaded body pillow’ would be $70+$80=$150 total (no extra shipping cost).

Please email me at mrhiddles@yahoo.com with the following form filled out if you’re interested! My PayPal email is kairi9889@yahoo.com.

COMMISSION FORM:

-Name:

-Email and PayPal email (if different):

-Tumblr URL/Username of site you’d like me to link back to:

-Type 1 [ sketch/ flat color/ full color/ soft cell shade ]:

-Type 2 [ bust/ half body/ full body/ circle/ body pillow/ small pillow/]:

-Description:

-References [links or attachments. Text only if image refs are unavailable]:

-Other Info [poses, expressions, personality, interaction, etc]:

mrhiddlesart:

Lady Thor! I added clothes because it was turning out to be more of an illustration than what I originally sketched it to be.

||Available to buy as prints HERE!||

mrhiddlesart:

mrhiddlesart:

Hi! So my move had to be pushed back a couple weeks due to insurance and health reasons and I had to do some very last minute shifting around of things the last four days, and long story short had to forfeit the ride I had up to Oregon. But everything is working towards running smoothly now and I just wanted to clear out what is basically left in my store before I move. I need to cover the cost of a moving trailer which is $320 and I don’t want to dip into the funds I’ve already raised for rent and my deposit fee for where I will be moving to.

I have a bunch of cool items in my shop, as well as restocked grab bags! Grab bags come with prints, traditional drawings, buttons, keycharms, and even books! I have restocked my Thor/Loki nsfw doujinshi, my three fic anthologies, and have a lot of prints and pillows to pick from. Prints featured include Thor/Loki, Steve/Bucky, Tony/Loki, etc.

|| CHECK OUT THE SALE HERE! ||

Enter code: SUPER2014 at checkout to get a 25% discount on your order!

Use the code in conjunction with orders of $100 or more, and you not only get the 25% discount, but an automatic $20 off your order!

Don’t see a pillow or print you want? I am open for commissions as well! I’ve lowered the prices of the commissions I’ll be offering for this sale. Please email me at kairi9889@yahoo.com for commission requests. Illustrations are emailed while pillows are shipped to you domestic or international (no extra shipping charge!).

Commissions on sale:

Body Pillows: $80 (originally $100)

Small 17x17 Pillows: $40 (originally $50)

Flat color illustrations: $15 (originally $25)

Ultra and Platinum grab bags now have more than one copy each available! There are now three Ultra and five Platinum being offered. (Ultra comes with two books and a commission!)

Thank you so much everyone!

The sale will be going on indefinitely until I raise the money for the moving trailer.

sheilatakesabow replied to your post: I’ve been meaning to make a little tut…

Thank you for the information, this post is extremely useful for someone like me that’s learning how to draw. :)

You’re so welcome! I plan on doing some more tutorials in the future too. c:

I’ve been meaning to make a little tutorial for a month now and I’m finally sitting down and making myself do it!

Okay so first, the only art class I’ve taken and consider to be good experience for me was my figure drawing 1 class in college about a year and a half ago. So if you have access to a figure or life drawing class for cheap, I would highly recommend taking one. I’m mostly self taught, so I am still shaky on my anatomy (and still think most of my stuff is stiff tbh) but I hope this is helpful!

*I suck at terms so this is gonna be hash dash at best I apologize in advance.

*Also I’m at the point I rarely use pose references for musculature, etc. I sort of smush the second and third option together when I start, so I started with step 3 and worked so out of order woops.

1: Think of the figure in terms of lines for fluidity. Super fast so don’t worry over flaws. Good to know how bones are oriented beneath skin and muscle and where they show most prominent in the body.:

2: Think of shapes. I think of spheres rubbing against each other in place of muscles. It’s also good to have a basic knowledge of where muscles are and how they stretch and contract with movement. Think also of fat and how it falls, folds, and rests beneath the skin.:

3: Basic lines. You have the gist of the human form (or whatever form) down, now you just need to smooth it out a little. Only define enough to show where the muscle is resting at it’s heaviest. (i.e. don’t make every little line of muscle super vivid. People are squishy.):

4: Linework (I next to never use black for my linework, but for this it works.) Using brown, red, and/or blue tones for linework can lend to the softness and give the general appearance of a picture being ‘fluid’.:

Example of colored lines:

5: All layers together:

Just play around with lines and shapes. Think of liquid and how muscle jiggles. Of how much muscle, nerve, and even bone can move beneath the skin.

Free drawing reference sites I recommend:

posemaniacs (Good for muscle refs, but the posing is super stiff)
pixelovely (most similar site I’ve found to a figure drawing class)
sketchdaily (also like a figure drawing class)
senshistock  (nearly 2k stock images of models individual, paired, and with props)

And for less than sfw drawings, watch porn. Watch a lot of porn. You’re watching how bodies move and it’s free, mostly.

So go forth and draw some squishy bodies!

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