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World of Warcraft Character by Rease-Hunter World of Warcraft Character :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 17 2 Commission Art - Saint Lo'Kir the Shadow Mage by Rease-Hunter Commission Art - Saint Lo'Kir the Shadow Mage :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 4 1 Commission Art - Elikea Base - Background Done by Rease-Hunter Commission Art - Elikea Base - Background Done :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 4 2 Night Elf Portrait - WoW Fanart by Rease-Hunter Night Elf Portrait - WoW Fanart :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 4 0 Akumangel - The Madhouse Swing OC Contest Entry by Rease-Hunter Akumangel - The Madhouse Swing OC Contest Entry :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 3 4 contest entry 2 - Watercolor Base by Rease-Hunter contest entry 2 - Watercolor Base :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 0 2 Final Fantasy 14 Commision - Inked And Colored by Rease-Hunter Final Fantasy 14 Commision - Inked And Colored :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 6 0 Commission Piece - Colored by Rease-Hunter Commission Piece - Colored :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 3 0 Sword WIP Inked by Rease-Hunter Sword WIP Inked :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 4 3 Sword WIP by Rease-Hunter Sword WIP :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 4 5 Avoiding Responsibility. by Rease-Hunter Avoiding Responsibility. :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 3 1
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Commissioned Writing - Tornado Devestation
   Tornadoes are scary. They're absolutely horrible monstrosities of wind and power made real in a funnel of death and destruction. A lot of pop culture likes to paint tornado's as either harmless or even silly. Who can forget the Wizard of Oz and the scene with Dorothy in the farmhouse being whisked away to the magical land of Oz through the center of a tornado? Who here hasn't heard jokes about tornado's and their seemingly inability to bypass trailers and trailer parks without blowing them away across the entire state line. That's not to mention either how a lot of things, particularly cartoon fights, seem to revolve around a sort of tornado symbolism as a whirlwind of punches and kicks before someone ends up beaten up and dazed.
   Ask anyone who lives in the tornado alley of the United States though and they'll paint tornado's in an entirely different light. While Tornado's themselves never seemingly have the same sort of attention that hurricanes or monsoons s
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Final Fantasy 14 Commision - Inked by Rease-Hunter Final Fantasy 14 Commision - Inked :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 3 7 Final Fantasy 14 Commision by Rease-Hunter Final Fantasy 14 Commision :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 5 2 Commission Piece by Rease-Hunter Commission Piece :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 1 3 Worgen Girl - Commision by Rease-Hunter Worgen Girl - Commision :iconrease-hunter:Rease-Hunter 6 0
All of my newest artwork! At the top for those wanting to simply quickly look. For the most part, it's a collection of finished personal projects, quick commissions, writing prompts, sketches, and all. Just to let everyone know what I've been doing lately.

Commissions

Basic Sketch Commission
Essentially what you get with this commission is a basic sketched outline. It's nothing fancy, but it is done well. The linework is done predominately in pencil, with little to no shading (as that will cost extra). You get a clean outline with clean lines unless specified differently. You then will get the image sent to you (or even uploaded) in a large 900dpi .tiff, as well as a basic 300dpi jpg image. As the image itself is done traditionally, there is an option to have the drawing sent to your address. However, that will incur shipping costs that must be paid for. 
Inked / Strong Outline Commission
What you get with this commission is not only what you'd get in the basic outline commission, but also, the outline is done with Ink (or really hard pencil).  The ink that's done is basically black India ink done with various different inking pens, as well as inking nibs, as well as several different kind of basic ball point pens as well. Basic inking shading will be done as well, but only in specific places. As with the previous commission, you'll receive the image in 900dpi .tiff format, as well as a basic 300dpi jpg (or .png) and have the option to have it delivered to your mailing address. Though with mailing, shipping charges do apply. 
Outlined, and Shaded Commission.
Essentially what you get with this commission is the previous levels of commissions as before, but with shading done. The shading can either be simple, one-dimensional shading to denote surface, or texture, or source of lighting or can be done in a complex manner to give it weight and volume in the drawing itself. As with all art that's been commissioned you will get not only a clean outline but also the image sent to you at 900dpi in .tiff format, as well as a basic 300dpi jpg (or png) image. Also, since the image is done traditionally there is once more the option to have the drawing sent to your address via the mail. However, that will incur shipping costs that must be paid for. 

Critiques


Wow. Over a week to draw this? That's not too bad, in all honesty. Especially if you're starting out in working out anatomy and the lik...


Cool, can still write critiques even though my Premium membership ends later today =P. lol anyways. Starting off I really like this. It'...

Here's where I place a bunch of critiques that I do. Personally, I love giving small critiques for artists who ask for help. I believe as practitioners of this craft, and for those who genuinely want to improve, it's the best way to connect with other artists.

Want a small critique? Toss me a note and I'll go critique whatever you want me to look at!

Want an in depth critique that's at least 3 paragraphs long? Let me know and we can set something up as well! I even offer critiques for donation points as well, so if you donated, let me know and I'll get to that critique ASAP.

Random Favourites

A large collection of favorites I've seen through the years. Dating back 11 years. All of them inspiring me in some small way to keep improving at my craft.

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Rease-Hunter
Rease Hunter
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
United States
Current Residence: At home right now.
deviant Wear sizing preference: Fan of baggy jeans, loose shirts.
Favorite genre of music: Varies from week to week.
Favorite photographer: Varies as well on whomever I'm currently admiring.
Favorite style of art: Traditional, although I'm a geek for technical skill.
Operating System: Windows, mostly due to its ease of use.
Wallpaper of choice: I like to vary it all up.
Favorite cartoon character: I've come to enjoy Steven Universe a lot lately.
Personal Quote: No matter how far we fall, we'll eventually land on our feet.


__Fun Places To Find me__



World of Warcraft Twitter Page: twitter.com/ArgentOnslaught

__Social Media to Find Me On__



Tumblr Page: stoneheartsblog.tumblr.com/
Twitter Page: twitter.com/wiseman052 Freelance Writing/Art Page
Patreon Page: www.patreon.com/reasey?ty=h


__Freelance Websites to Commision Me On__

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Currently, I'm working on a rewards system for Donations. While Donations are often very much appreciated, especially if you don't want anything in return, I still feel I want to reward people who want to help me out. Donations after all are very welcomed, and I appreciate all the help anyone wants to give me. Currently, here's a list of rewards for you, my patrons. The higher you donate of course, the more you get.
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10 :points: = Llama Badge
20 :points: = Comment
50 :points: = Art Fave
70 :points: = Devwatch
100 :points: = In depth Critique
200 :points: = Quick DA Muro drawing.
500 :points: = Free commission sketch (Portraiture/Bust only).

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It's no secret. I've been doing Freelance work for the last year. So far? Pretty good. In all honesty, I've been making some pretty decent money with it, and I'm only getting better at it as time goes on. 

But I've never actually monetized my art the same way as I monetized my writing. 

Why?

Well. I guess it use to be I saw them differently. I'm a pretty decent writer, and I'm getting better as time goes on. But for me, writing was a means to an end. As long as it was coherent, made sense, and flowed smoothly I didn't much care about revision. For a lot of the people who hire me, that's good enough. They just want someone who writes well, and who they can understand, and I want money. Proofreading and minor editing were all I did. So I'd write 1,000 words within half an hour, spend 10 minutes running it through proofreaders, slap it in a .rtf, send it in, get paid. Easy. 

With art, it was different. I agonized over every line placement. I worried about line width, whether the pose was good. I worried and stressed myself sick over perfection and every little minute detail. 

What changed recently?

I guess I just no longer see it that way. Sure. I love my art and I love making sure my artwork is perfect. Look at the contests I've been doing lately. Even when I don't win, or know I won't win against artists who are better at their craft than me I still go all in because I use it as an opportunity to work, and pour all my effort into improving it. I treat it like a job, where I evaluate the cost of the prize,and how many hours I should devote into it. If the prize is 500 DA points? I spend maybe 2-3 hours on it. 10,000 DA points? I'll pour an entire afternoon into it. Money is involved? I calculate it based on my skill level and how much I'm willing to work for it. 

Essentially I just try not to work 100 hours for a 1-hour profit. I pour my whole attention into it, though, making sure I achieve as much as I can in the little time I have. 1 hour for sketching. 1 hour for inking. 1 hour for shading as it's based. 3 hours equates to $20 for me. Which is still below minimum wage, but hey. Got to start somewhere?

Which is why I'm offering my art on my Freelance websites, and for the next week will be focusing entirely on retooling some basic things on my page to reflect pricing, and might even be hitting up the jobs section of Deviant Art, as well as retooling my Tumblr. As well as adding a secondary twitter page. 

Here's the link for anyone that's interested! www.fiverr.com/wiseman05/draw-…

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:iconzuhani:
Zuhani Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey, thank you for the watch! :D
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CopperHeartForge Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the support.
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Rease-Hunter Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey not a problem at all. Thank you for the inspiration!
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LilBunnyFufu Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy drunken excuse day! 
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Whirlwind-Tigress Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
Happy Birthday!
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San-Hatake Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2016  Student Artist
Happy birthday! ^^
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Rease-Hunter Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey not a problem =). Gettin ready to start a novel I'm hoping to have finished by the end of the year. So any sort of inspiration I find would be excellent. 
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PrennCooder Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
yay! good luck
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captured-firefly Featured By Owner Jun 15, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
REASE~!  I don't  ... know if you remember me, it was a few years ago (geez, time really flies when you get older ;.; ) We RPed a little bit off and on for like .. maybe a week before I fell off the face of the earth, and I tried to draw Rease for you... xD;  I haven't been on WoW since MoP but I'll admit after seeing the movie I am STRONGLY DEBATING whether or not to resubscribe for a bit ... >.>  

Can I possibly get a sketch commission from you? ;-;  Do you have time?

Also: It's super cool that you give the option to mail it.  Omg. <3
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