Welcome to my commission page!Below, you'll find the different commissions I offer as well as the rules/guidelines that must be followed, should you submit your request.Status: CLOSED
Simple Icon - $30
Perfect for profile pictures!
Simple background of your choosing (gradient, environment silhouettes, etc.)
One character only per icon.
Poses will all be front-facing, but expressions are flexible!
Extras (hand poses, holding things, companions, etc.) will be $10 more.
Thank you for your interest in possibly commissioning me! To make sure everything goes perfectly, I've created this page to be fully transparent with what I can do, things I will not do, and how the process works.
Wills & Won'ts
To keep it simple, let's start with these!
I Will Draw:
Original Characters - Throw all of your OCs my way! Especially the fantasy ones.MMO/RPG Characters - I love drawing characters from games like WoW and FFXIV~Males & Females - After getting lots of practice with males, I can draw them quite well! Though, if your male character has a very masculine or rough appearance, they may look a tad softer with my style.Some Skin - This one is hard to define, but I'm not opposed to drawing more revealing characters, as long as they aren't borderline lewd and it's moreso an artistic/stylish choice. :)
I Won't Draw:
NSFW - Between a lack of practicing naked bodies and being simply uncomfortable with it, this one's out.Furries - I have never drawn a furry, but characters with some animal features (like a Miqo'te or Au Ra) are okay!Mecha - Never have drawn them either
and frankly I only recently learned what mecha meant.Real People - This one is a lot harder for me to do for many reasons, so this one is out of the cards.Unoriginal Characters - Out of fear for trademark and/or copyright infringement, characters like Tyrande Whisperwind or the Pillsbury Doughboy are out of the question.
Q: What happens after I submit a request?
A: Assuming your request follows the rules, you should hear back from me within a few days!Q: What if I don't hear back from you?
A: If a week has passed and you still haven't heard back, there may have been a broken rule in your request. In other instances, if I receive a request that I feel I can't draw to my standards or complete, I will give you a poke to see about a workaround!Q: How does payment work?
A: I will send you an invoice via PayPal for the total before I begin working on the commission! Unfortunately, I cannot accept any other forms of payment at this time, nor can I accept payment during or after drawing the commission.Q: Will I receive updates?
A: Of course! The first update you will receive will be the sketch, to which you can ask for any kind of adjustments before I begin the line art. Once I complete the line art, I'll send it to you to correct anything before I jump into color! After color starts, adjustments cannot be easily made. Feel free to poke me at any point during your commission and I'll be happy to update you then and there. :)Q: What is your turnaround time?
A: My turnaround time can vary, usually between 1-2 weeks depending on how busy life is.Q: Is there any way I can get free art?
A: Due to the time it takes me to create each piece and how much work I put into them, I cannot offer free commissions.Q: What about art trades?
A: This one is hard to answer, and would have to be discussed. I'm not opposed to the idea, though!
Welcome to my shop!
Regular prints range in size from 12" x 18" to 24" x 36"! But if you prefer something smaller, these bite-sized mini prints are for you!
*Please do not bite the mini prints to confirm size. They may not taste good.
This art of Azyrax was created by the lovely Faebelina!
Azyrax, also known as Azy, is a self-taught digital illustrator and novice writer from the USA.Greetings, wanderer!~ Welcome to my About page, one of the hardest but more rewarding pages I've had to write thus far. Instead of doing a super polished, professional little slice of impressive bio, I'll opt-in for a slightly different experience: storytime! Though if you'd like a TL;DR, tis in bold letters above this little paragraph.
It all started when I was 16 years old. I played WoW with my best friend and we dabbled in a fair amount of roleplay. Fascinated by the hard work other roleplayers put into their characters including having commissioned amazing artwork, I, a small traditional artist that only used a mechanical pencil and printer paper, decided to delve into digital art for the first time. Of course, I didn't have a tablet to use for drawing, so instead, I just took a picture of a sketch I made for my OC, opened it up in GIMP, and tried my best to make it look like digital art using a mouse. 9 hours later, this was the result:Surely it wasn't the most amazing thing, but I was very proud of it and despite the inadequate setup, I was completely sold on getting a drawing tablet and better drawing software! That's when my lovely mother gifted me a Wacom Intuos Draw and I downloaded FireAlpaca. I never actually finished any art pieces with that Wacom tablet and FireAlpaca, but it was great for learning. Turns out, creating digital art is like unlearning almost everything traditional has ever taught you, and relearning how to make art in a very different way.
Fast forward about a year and a half, I got a bigger drawing tablet, this time from Huion, along with Corel Painter 2017. This is when something clicked, and I started creating lots of new art! One of which was for my dear friend Shar, as seen in the picture here. This picture not only showed a lot of progress but also felt like a big step up as I tried many new things I hadn't before and they actually went great!During this time, I also joined my first Dungeons & Dragons campaign and drew everyone's characters to use in Roll20! That was also the first time I had drawn a male character since... well, forever. Let's just say a long history of drawing soft, magical ladies didn't translate well to any form of masculinity at first.
Here we are in 2019! I had just upgraded to my beloved Huion Kamvas Pro 20. Sadly, Corel Painter did not like the new tablet, so I switched to Krita as there were no known fixes yet. Jumping into Krita felt very natural for me, and I created lots of great art in it. This was also the first time I really took on commissions and began improving on drawing males, Zearith's Final Fantasy XIV character, Koragai, posted here for proof!Commissions went pretty well, and surprisingly I got all male character commissions, despite me still being new to drawing them. They were all Au Ra too, which was even better! Dragon people FTW
Late 2019, I started using Clip Studio Paint. I had stopped taking commissions regularly to focus on more personal work and artistic growth. More specifically, I wanted to try and tackle anatomy. Even today, I still have a very hard time with anatomy, especially in the perfectionist department. But then, I found the magical thing called 3D models, meant for getting poses just right! Having a previous love of making models in Blender, I couldn't believe I had never thought of combining both worlds. This opened up so many new possibilities that I didn't think I could ever achieve. This picture was my first ever full body and it took me months, off and on, to complete. There was a lot of burnout and doubt, but I did it, and I still love this piece. :)
Let's jump into 2020! This was the year I decided to try my hand at selling art. I started on Cafe Press, but quickly decided it wasn't for me. Then, I took a big leap and went to Shopify paired with a print-on-demand app, but quickly got overwhelmed when it came to the details like sales tax that I never thought about. This put having a shop to a hard stop for a while until I could figure it all out. Then, I finally opened a shop on Big Cartel late 2020 and sold quite a few things! Unfortunately, I also tumbled into a state of heavy self-doubt and wanting to rebrand constantly. This was something I struggled with throughout 2021 and even some of 2022. In that time, selling artsy things was very off and on. This here was my very first art I made purely for the shop, and also the first time I really drew an animal digitally. This is Merlyn, and has since been revised a few times and became Lunaris, the one I sell today!
2021-2022 hasn't been the most artsy time for me, but I did jump back into worldbuilding! These two lovely characters are just an ounce of what this world holds, and it has inspired me to pick up writing again. I've drawn lots of concept art for it that hasn't been posted anywhere yet, and I've started working on the first part of the story! It has been a little off and on in the writing department, but almost constant in creating every little detail in the realm itself.My hope for this world is to eventually see the light of day in the form of a novel or something more visual! I haven't decided yet what form it will call home, but maybe I can find something in between~
So now that you're caught up...
Thank you for reading my little bit of art history and happenings! For your troubles, traveler, I would like to offer you a free portal to my shop where you can find my latest creations in paper form, wearable form, and likely many other forms!
Q: Do you accept commissions?
A: Commission availability will always be up to date on the Commissions page. Go check it out!Q: What art program do you use?
A: I currently use Clip Studio Paint Pro. Before that, I very much enjoyed Krita!Q: What art tablet do you use?
A: I started with a Wacom Intuos Draw, then upgraded to a Huion H160 Pro, and finally landed on the Huion Kamvas Pro 20. I highly recommend the Huion Kamvas tablets/drawing monitors as they're more affordable and of excellent quality~Q: Do you sell your art elsewhere?
A: As of right now, my artwork can only be found on this site. I do have accounts on Etsy, Redbubble, Society6, and others, but I have not posted on them. That being said, if you see any of my artwork listed on any of these or anywhere at all, please let me know!Q: Can I use your artwork for...
A: If you wish to use it as your profile picture on personal, non-business accounts on social media, that's fine! Just please do not edit out my signatures, or claim my artwork as your own. If you want to share my art on social media, proper crediting is necessary in the description. As said before, please do not edit my pictures under any circumstance. The only pictures you are not allowed to use are my logos and icons. You cannot use my artwork for commercial use (selling it, using it as business assets, or for promotions.)All of my artwork is copyrighted and using them for anything outside of what is allowed is strictly prohibited.
Q: Could you do a custom print?
A: I offer these kinds of prints for commissions as an addon, so you can have your art digitally and physically!Q: Can I add a gift note?
A: I would love to implement this in the future, but with my current fulfillment method, I can't guarantee that a gift note would be included.Q: Can I cancel my order?
A: Yes! If you send me a message within one hour of your order, it will be canceled. I'll send an email to you to confirm it and you will receive a full refund.Q: How much does your shipping cost?
A: This varies greatly on the item you're purchasing and where the destination is. To get the most up-to-date pricing, check the shipping page at checkout!Q: How long does shipping take?
A: That's a great question! Here's a little chart that shows the standard timeframes for each region I ship to.
|Region||Est. Shipping Time|
|USA||3-6 Business Days|
|Canada||4-7 Business Days|
|UK||2-4 Business Days|
|Europe||2-18 Business Days|
|EFTA States||5-12 Business Days|
|AU / NZ||2-7 Business Days|
|Japan||3-6 Business Days|
|Brazil||3-5 Business Days|
When shopping for apparel, be sure you have the right size with the charts below!
How To Measure
Chest: Measure yourself around the fullest part of your chest. Keep the tape measure horizontal.Length: Place the end of the tape beside the collar at the top of the tee (Highest Point Shoulder). Pull the tape measure to the bottom of the shirt.Sleeve Length: Place the end of the tape at the center back of the collar, then pull the tape measure along the top seam of the sleeve. When you get to the shoulder hold the tape in place at the shoulder and continue to pull down the sleeve until you reach the hem of the sleeve.
|S||34" - 37"||28"||15.75"|
|M||38" - 41"||29"||17"|
|L||42" - 45"||30"||18.25"|
|XL||46" - 49"||31"||19.5"|
|2XL||50" - 53"||32"||20.75"|
|3XL||54" - 57"||33"||22"|
Product measurements may vary by up to 2".
Sweaters & Hoodies
|S||38" - 41"||27"||33.5"|
|M||42" - 45"||28"||34.5"|
|L||46" - 49"||29"||35.5"|
|XL||50" - 53"||30"||36.5"|
|2XL||54" - 57"||31"||37.5"|
|3XL||58" - 61"||32"||38.5"|
Product measurements may vary by up to 2".
Where do you ship to?
Worldwide! ♡When will I get my order?
Usually, it takes 2-5 days to fulfill an order, after which it is shipped out. The shipping time varies depending on where the destination is and can be delayed by weather and/or holidays.Where will my order ship from?
To reduce waste and provide more variety in my items, I work with an on-demand fulfillment company that has multiple facilities worldwide! This means that when you place an order, those items will then be made.My order should be here by now, but I still don't have it. What should I do?
Before contacting me, please consider the following just in case:⬩ Check your shipping confirmation email for any mistakes in the delivery address.⬩ Ask your local post office if they have your package.⬩ Stop by your neighbors in case the courier left the package with them.If the shipping address was correct, and the package wasn't left at the post office or at your neighbor's, let me know and be sure to include your order number! If you did find a mistake in your delivery address, I can send you a replacement order, but shipping will be at your own cost.
How are your items made?
I work with a print-on-demand company. They have locations worldwide, so depending on where you are, your orders are printed and shipped from the facility that can do it most efficiently.How do I track my order?
You'll receive a tracking link via email when your order ships out. If you have any questions about your tracking or shipment, feel free to give me a poke!I received a wrong/damaged/mislabeled product, what should I do?
I'm so sorry if this has happened to you, I'd be more than happy to help resolve this if you send me an email within one week of receiving your order. Be sure to include your order number, photos of the damaged product, and any other details you would like to include. I'll get back to you with a resolution quickly!
What is your return policy?
All sales are considered final and returns cannot be made.Do you offer refunds?
Refunds are only offered to customers that receive the wrong items, damaged items, or mislabeled items. If any of these apply, please email me within one week of receiving your item(s) including your order number and photos of the damage and I'll happily sort this out for you!Can I exchange an item for a different size, color, or design?
At this time, I cannot offer exchanges.
What information do you collect and how do you use it?
When you place an order, I collect your first and last name, your email address, your phone number (for worldwide shipping), your shipping address, and your billing address if provided. Your full name, shipping address, and phone number are shared with the fulfillment company so they can create and ship your order to you.
Not sure how to care for your new trinkets? That's what this page is for!
|Product||How to Care|
|Apparel||Machine wash cold, inside out, gentle cycle with mild detergent and similar colors. Use non-chlorine bleach, only when necessary. No fabric softeners. Tumble dry low or hang-dry for the longest life. Cool iron inside out if necessary. Do not iron the prints and do not dry clean.|
|Mugs||Dishwasher and microwave safe. Handwash for the longest life.|
|Blankets||Machine wash cold with like colors at no more than 86ºF (30ºC). Do not use bleach and do not dry clean. It is best to hang-dry, but tumble-drying can be used on a low cycle if necessary.|
|Prints||Do not keep prints in direct sunlight or outdoors. They can be gently dusted with a soft dry cloth or a feather duster.|