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Silver-Mercy
Courtney
Australia
Current Residence: Perth
deviantWEAR sizing preference: small... But require length
Print preference: dont know how to use print
Favourite genre of music: Any
Favourite photographer: dont know any
Favourite style of art: Traditional <3
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: Creative Zen Neon 2
Shell of choice: Turtle
Wallpaper of choice: Photo's of my Cat
Skin of choice: Mine...
Favourite cartoon character: Anything Disney
Personal Quote: If you dont laugh you'll cry
Interests
Commissions are now open. At this stage I wont be using 'slots' as I dont think I'll be getting swamped with a million requests all at once. For the moment I'm working mostly with animals, but I am open to portraits, vehicles and others depending on references provided and overall complexity.
Payment made through Paypal Only, in Australian or American Dollars.

A4:

Full Body Images
Coloured or Graphite  $30  
Fawx Realism by Silver-Mercy  Horse Test by Silver-Mercy Exotic Shorthair Portrait by Silver-Mercy

+$5 for each additional character

Caracal Kittens by Silver-Mercy


Headshots & Partial Body Images

Coloured or Graphite $25        

Reilly by Silver-Mercy Wolf Portrait by Silver-Mercy Tiger Tiger Burning Bright by Silver-Mercy

+ $5 for each additional character

Human Portraits In Graphite Only. No full body images at this time.
Prince Dastan by Silver-Mercy  Underworld by Silver-Mercy Aeon Flux by Silver-Mercy




A5

Full or Partial Body Images
Coloured or Graphite $20

Tiger Bath by Silver-Mercy Iron Man by Silver-MercyBaby Cougar by Silver-Mercy Ragdoll Kitten by Silver-Mercy



A3

Full Body or Partial Body $45

Colored Pencil Only

Reilly and his spanner by Silver-Mercy

+$5 For each Additional character

Any other sizes can be negotiated depending on complexity and time taken.



Tools used:  
Prismacolor Pencils
Faber-Castell Graphite Pencils
High Quality Card (not paper) either White, Coloured or Metalic. You may request a colour if available or I will choose one for you.



Note me for more information or to make a request.
  • Mood: Eager
  • Listening to: Various Playlists
  • Reading: Lee Hammond's how to draw books
  • Watching: Burn Notice
  • Playing: Too busy drawing to play games.
  • Eating: Noodles
  • Drinking: Coffee

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:iconenderous:
Do a panda! A panda! A panda!
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:iconsilver-mercy:
Been thinkin about it. Cant find a decent enough horse ref.
How ya going?
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:iconsilver-mercy:
lol. horse ref? meant panda ref. brain is fried X)
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x--betty--x Sep 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
how could you onle have small watcher! your art is fantastic. keep the good works!
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x--betty--x Sep 5, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
anytime ^-^
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LilahJae Aug 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
Do you use erasers or white ink for highlights/white spots on your graphite art? I'm trying to decide the best approach. I figure an eraser will make the blending go easier, but I've heard people use white ink.
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:iconsilver-mercy:
I use erasers for graphites. They dont always come up bright white, but they look more natural when they blend in with the overall image.
I have a kneaded eraser for larger areas, and an electric one (i recommend you get one, they're fantastic.) to lift out small ones.
I use white paint on my colored images though, as the bright white makes them look more vibrant.
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WolfOfTheWinterMoon Aug 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I love your art so much :D
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