Art Portfolio & Commission Info

Welcome to my digital art portfolio! I have been drawing on paper since I was about two years old, and first started digital art in 2014. At first it didn’t go so well, but I’ve made some neat pieces over the years and figured I’d show some of my best work here! Of course, I’ve drawn many more pieces than the ones listed here, so if you’d like to see even more of my art, you can check out my Twitter page! And if you like what you see, I have commission slots open as well. More on that down below!

If you’re interested in supporting my work, I offer a special art bundle with extra versions and unseen works every month over on our Patreon page. Be sure to check it out while you’re here!

Commission Info

If you would like me to draw something specific, I’m more than happy to! Just to clarify, you can use art you commission for whatever you want: on YouTube channels, websites, social media accounts — you name it! Once I’ve drawn it, you can do whatever you want with it except sell it or claim you made it. I also reserve the right to refuse any commission, and there are certain things I won’t draw (gore and really complicated mechs or robots, among other things). 

A full-body character generally costs between $35 and $45, depending on how complex the character in question is. If it’s somebody super simple like Kirby, I wouldn’t charge much more than $20. If it’s someone like Bayonetta or Joker… then that might be $45. If you’d prefer to have an avatar-sized character drawn, that will range between $25 and $35, once again depending on the complexity of said character. Feel free to DM me on Twitter or Discord and we can talk about what you might want to be drawn.

Once we have agreed on a price, there are two potential payment options. The first one is a PayPal form! The link for that is below, and all you have to do is type in the amount you want to pay and then enter your payment details (which I can’t see, so don’t worry). It’s important to note that you don’t actually need a PayPal account to use the form — which, once again, is available at the link below. The other option is CashApp, and the account to send to is $ExionVault. Please note – for technical reasons – you might need to use a desktop computer to see the payment link.


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