she/her | 1989 | cst
"Nuzlocke on Ice"
(based on a playthrough of Pokemon Leafgreen)
Roland Sheppard, a laid-back 20 year old from Dewford in the Hoenn region, has just passed his trainer certification in Pallet Town along with his classmates. Now he and the others can pursue the League challenge in Kanto, but things aren't as easy as he thinks they will be, especially when he announces to his soon-to-be rival that he will only be using Water-type Pokemon. (And blue Pokemon. But same thing, right?)
| Rated PG-13 for language and blood | Updates Tuesdays and Fridays |
open for work
All payments are UPFRONT and are through Paypal invoices (or, in the style of Caffeinated commissions, through Ko-fi). Contact me about what you are interested in, and once we agree on the price, I will send you an invoice.
-All prices listed are in USD.
-I have the right to refuse a commission request for whatever reason.
-I have the right to use your commission for my portfolio and to show as a commission example. I do not post your art online without your permission.
-I do not start working on your commission until I receive the agreed-upon payment in full.
-I will need a visual reference to complete your commission request. I will design characters without a visual reference, but there will be an additional fee.
-Anything NSFW will be at least an additional $20 to the total price.
Terms and Conditions
No refunds. If your financial situation changes while I am working on your commission, let me know as soon as possible so that we can work something out.
I can take on other projects that this commission sheet doesn't show. If you'd like me to draw you something else (DnD character/party, icon, Pokemon breed variations, etc.), we can work out a price.
I will draw most things, including furries and mechas. The only things I am not comfortable with are gore (blood and minor cuts/bruises/injuries are fine) and sexual NSFW (nudity is fine, however; please note that all NSFW art will have an additional charge). There may be other things that I am not comfortable with drawing for you, and I ask that you respect me declining your commission for whatever reason.
Commissions take as long as a month to complete. With the complexity of the commission, life events, my irl job, and the amount of commission requests I receive, it's possible it will take longer. If you need something in a shorter amount of time, please bring it up at the start of our communication so that a time table can be worked out.
While I am working on your commission, I will send you works in progress of your illustration to make sure that you are satisfied with the final product. Although it depends on what kind of commission you asked for, I typically send a picture of the final sketch and the inked lineart to make sure you are happy with how things are going. During this time (especially during the sketch) it is ENCOURAGED that you tell me if you are not happy with how the picture is turning out and what changes you would like to see. The further along I am with your illustration, the harder it is for me to make changes, and once I am far enough along in the commission, I cannot take certain requests to change the art.
If you are determined for big enough changes to the commission at such a late stage, I will charge you an additional fee before continuing on with the illustration.
Please respond to any contact from me at your earliest convenience, especially regarding works in progress. I halt any work on your commission until waiting to hear if you are pleased with how it's turning out.