Rose Garden- Chapter 2The second the carriage slowed to a reasonable speed and a Stone-boy pulled open the door, Louis tumbled out in a most undignified manor. He looked like a man who had gone three rounds with an alley cat. His once manicured, oiled blonde hair was a mess. His trim and precise suit was wrinkled, untucked, and torn in places. A smudge of blood marred his face, running diagonally from his left nostril and cutting across his cheek. He was a mess and ached in the special way a man does when catching a shot to his nethers. Luckily for this staggering man, his Stone-boys took care of the girl while he stalked off towards the sprawling mansion, seeking his employer and maybe a bag of ice for his balls.Rose Garden- Chapter 2 by IkaikaDesign
Andy was dragged bodily from the carriage with little ceremony and even less grace, once again propped between two Stone-boys. Her tousled hair hung limp and sweaty over her eyes, partially disguising the redness of her cheeks due to both exertion and the slaps delivered to her when she physically
Rose Garden- Chapter 1Four hours ago Andrea Babineaux’s life had been simpler. Four hours ago she wouldn’t have thought it possible for a Candlestick Man flanked by Stone-boys to appear at her door with her disgraced father to tow. But she should have known something was amiss when she woke to a quieter house than normal.Rose Garden- Chapter 1 by IkaikaDesign
The morning had dawned overcast with a watery sun struggling to pierce the veil of clouds. An early riser by unfortunate nature, Andy threw back her comforter and set her feet on the cold floor an hour after sunrise, stretching sleep from her body. Throwing her curtains aside did little to brighten her room, but it did provide a glimpse at the quiet, misty street below her second story window. There was a kind of magic to misty mornings. Andy liked to pretend, if she concentrated hard enough, she could see shapes in the swirling mist, fantastic creatures drifting back and forth through the low condensation like leafed-through pages of a fairytale. Throwing open her window and l
I am NOT currently taking commissions. Message me for information. |
If you are interested in getting a custom piece of artwork designed by me feel free to message me at any time. I promise I'll get back to your notes as soon as possible, but if I'm a little slow please don't take it as a cold shoulder. Now for a little FAQ.
Q: Does your Island/Polynesian/Maori art have significant meaning?
No. All the art I do in the Oceania style is purely for aesthetic purposes and is not connected to any tribe or peoples. It is purely Kirituhi art.
Q. Is any of your art free for the taking?
NO! None of my art is free to just walk off with. I put a lot of effort into my designs and the only reason I'm here on DA is to get my name out into the world. That doesn't mean people can take my work and paint it onto their skin without permission or paying first. I'm sorry, but that's the way of it.
Q. How much do your commissions cost?
Most commissions will cost $50.
Q. How do you want to be payed?
In money of course! But seriously, I work only through PayPal and would like payment up front. I am willing do a preliminary sketch before payment is sent, but I must be payed before I start inking or detailing anything.
Q. Do you do anything in color and does it cost more?
I am willing to do colored pieces but if it calls for intricate coloring I may have to drop the commission. Any tattoo/tribal design with color WILL cost more depending on the difficulty.
Q. Do you do commission with your Alphabet Photography or custom Mighty Muggs?
I do! Please PM me for more information
Q. Do you do custom names and words in Gallifreyan circle script?
I do indeed. If you are interested in a custom circle script, message me and I'll explain how it works and what you should expect to find. I will also translate your name or word under the script or under each letter depending on what you want.
Q. How long does a commission take?
It all depends. Most of the time I can crank out a tattoo piece in about two days, but if I have class or a heavy work load it might take a little longer. Safe to say, if you commission something from me expect to see the finished product in about two weeks.
Q. Do you trade art as payment?
That depends a lot on the artist wanting to trade. I would prefer to be payed in cash, but I'm willing to discuss trades to a certain extent.
If I haven't answered any questions you have with this little Q&A please feel free to message me and ask. I won't bite you to hard
Current Residence: Washington DC
deviantWEAR sizing preference: medium
Favourite genre of music: I'm eclectic
Favourite style of art: Polynesian, Maori, Native and Celtic
Operating System: Wacom, Photoshop CS5
MP3 player of choice: Ipod all the way
Favourite cartoon character: Beast from Beauty and the Beast
Personal Quote: its never the end until you've hit rock bottom, there you can pick yourself up and start again