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Kitsune Studios’ Commission Agreement
By entering into an agreement with Kitsune Studios, you (the commissioner) accept the following terms as they are written, unless otherwise negotiated.
Regardless of level of completion there is a standard $20 fee per page for comic-style pages on top of previously mentioned prices.
Series of pictures shall be billed as separate images, but for more than 2 images in a series we will deduct $5 per page after the second page.
All payments must be done through Paypal or money order (there is a fee), and we will not begin work on your piece until we have received at least 50% (half) of the total cost of the commission.
Refunds are only available if the work is not completed and must be made within one week of payment having been made. The retainer fee (first 50% of payment) is non-refundable.
We, the artists, reserve the right to reproduce, modify and distribute any commission we accept. The commissioner is also allowed to reproduce, distribute and modify any artwork they have purchased. No other person is allowed to distribute, modify or reproduce our work as covered under the DMCA. With regards to prints, buyers may only distribute images they have taken of the original piece, they may not modify or reproduce any printed works.
Thank you for choosing Kitsune Studios.
Kitsune Studios’ Commission Queue
Just a self-made freelancer trying to make his way in the world. |
~ My Mate and Master
~ My Moirail
~ My Pitch
~ My Ducky AKA Ember
Niko - Ember's Moirail
~ My Niisan
~ My Otouto:
~ My Imouto
My Thurmonster *only one like 'em in the world. ~_^*
*((more to be added later as I get back in touch with people and basically come back from the grave...))*
How long have you been on DeviantArt?
7 years on this account, but I had a previous account for pretty much as long as DA has existed. Of course back then if you wanted to change your username you had to create a new account. Which is how I got this one.
What does your username mean?
It's actually a play on my middle name, which has two meanings, a flower and a body part ((look at my url and guess which one )), and is associated with the goddess of the rainbow out of Celtic mythology.
Are you left or right handed?
What was your first deviation?
I actually don't remember anymore, but it was likely some doodle I did in high school that I thought was worth sharing. My oldest deviation that's still up is the original version of this:
What is your favourite type of art to create?
The kind that carries symbolism and emotion, but media-wise, I'd have to say I prefer that versatility of digital.
What type of art do you tend to favourite the most?
Anything well done gets my attention, no matter what your skill level. If you've put a lot of thought and work into your piece, I'll like it. Promise.
How has a fellow deviant impacted your life?
literally appeared at random, responding to a review on her fic, and through that moment saved my life. Like literally. If I had not become friends with her, I would not be here, and I would never have fallen in love with her.
What are your preferred tools to create art?
I ADORE MY WACOM BAMBOO!!!!
What is the most inspirational place for you to create art?
Surrounded by people that are ignoring me to go about doing their own thing, e.g. in a restaurant, or a convention hall, or listening to people moving about the kitchen while I'm in the computer room.
What is your favourite DeviantArt memory?
The GallonTitle: The Gallon
Fandom: Tiger & Bunny
Characters/Pairings: Kotetsu (Wild Tiger)
Warnings: belches and hiccuping
Summary: There's a gallon of milk obstructing the space in Kotetsu's fridge and to get rid of it, Kotetsu decides to drink it all.
Kotetsu had just come back from shopping. When he opened the door of his fridge his eyes immediately fell on a large gallon container of milk. How could they not? After all, the thing was taking up all of the top shelf, lying on its side. It had been planned that Kaede would be visiting for the weekend and Kotetsu hadn't wanted to have to run out to get milk every morning because they'd used it all up too quickly. So he'd tried to find a larger than usual quantity. However, all he could find was the usual small ones and the really large gallon containers which the parents of large families with four or five kids tended to buy. Kotetsu didn't usually need that much milk, but i