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    Avatar artists wanted

    Hi artists,

    I'm looking to commission the production of two avatar pieces. Both would contain two characters each (one human woman, one feral dingo).
    I'm looking for something in a pseudo-realistic style, with the main idea of the image to be describing a relationship between the two characters.
    Compositionally, something like the dingo's head in the lap of the woman, her stroking his head/ears.
    Her face should be obscured, turned away, hidden by hair, something like that. The avatar is to be used for anonymous-ish purposes.
    Detailed of descriptions of the two characters to come later.

    The two images could easily be the same scene, from different perspectives. I'd link some artworks of the desired style, but I'm not allowed to yet because I'm a new user.

    For style, I'm thinking something perhaps in the vein of the search results Google Images give you if you search for: native american wolf art, but with backgrounds more Australian (ochre reds, sand, water, etc).

    The two images are for myself (feral dingo) and my wife (not particularly furry).

    Budget for the two images up to $150 for the pair, negotiable.

    Please let me know if you can help.

    --Jakra

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    I'd love to be considered for this opportunity and have experience in both feral work and humans! Please feel free to check out my page here:

    https://www.weasyl.com/~mischievousraven

    I could do both of the pieces for $75 each. Best of luck in finding a suitable artist for your endeavors!

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    You could always see if https://www.weasyl.com/~vandrkottr can
    If you like the style, human sample is on the FA/DA pages

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    Thanks MischievousRaven,
    While your style isn't quite what we were looking for, it potentially could work well for us instead. I'm going to hold off on a decision for a while, and get back to you in a couple of weeks if we want to take it further.

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    Thanks Dhampyre,
    I like your art, but it is in a more cartoony style than we were looking for. I'm going to sit on it for a couple of weeks and may re-evaluate at that point.

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    I look forward to hearing from you soon! I know my style is a bit odd, so no worries there. Take all the time you need!

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    I would be happy to help you with this.
    Please look through my gallerys here on Weasyl https://www.weasyl.com/submissions/rivercoon as well as FurAffinity http://www.furaffinity.net/gallery/rivercoon/ and let me know if my traditional art style is what you have in mind.

 

 

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