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Please contact me directly to get things started. Typically, I like to chat about your needs as a retailer before we begin.
I also enjoy collaborating on custom products/artwork specific to shops & businesses. We should definitely talk if you have some fun, collaborative ideas!
Hey – I’m so glad you found me that way. You have great taste!
I started creating fan art in August of 2020 as a way to have fun and find inspiration during the creativity-sucking pandemic. Sometimes you have to sneak up on creativity by doing something fun 😉
The reason I’m not offering Bob’s Burgers, Adventure Time, or (insert other style here) portraits as a product is because of Intellectual Property (IP). I’d really hate it if someone started creating art in my style and sold it for profit, so I just can’t stomach doing that to someone else. I hope that makes sense!
If my current products don’t appeal to you, but you’d like to see more fan art in the future, or make a request, feel free to buy me a coffee and I’ll see what I can do! ❤️
It depends. I’m always open to collaboration, but there has to be equal amounts of risk for both parties involved.
In general, it’s pretty rude to ask an artist to create anything for free (or for the promise of exposure). I agree with Jessica Hische on when and when NOT to do work for free.
This is part of my FAQ because I’ve been approached by one too many people expecting me to do work for free. No family members, close friends, or favorite clients have ever tried to take advantage of me in this way because they value me, my expertise and my work. (So be like them & we’ll get along ❤️ )