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Brooke Clayton
Artist | Hobbyist | Traditional Art
Canada
Note me or email inquiries to: brooke.clayton.d@gmail.com

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Really need help/advice/input on this, please!!!!

SECOND QUESTION!
To those who have gotten art FROM me, I'm not talking ACEO's cuz I don't scan the lineart for those, would you like to see your OC's in the colouring book? Either the fullsized pieces or any chibis I've done. It's totally cool if you don't want anyone getting their colours all over your babies, I totally understand. I struggled with that idea for my D&D babies too. But if given the choice, would you be okay with my using the linearts for monetary purposes in this colouring book idea?

You have every right to say no, and I will fully respect your decision. I do not want to force anybody into anything, this is merely out of curiosity. As far as I'm concerned, if you pay me to draw something for you, that piece is YOURS to do with what you will, with me simply being able to go "look what I drew'd for so and so!" and to be able to use them for promotional purposes only. I will never, without permission use anyone else's characters or commissioned/gifted art for my own monetary gain.

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I keep tossing around the idea of doing colouring books. Both digital download and physical types. But I don't know if I should split them into two, one for the cuter chibi and adorable things and one for the more mature/sexier/edgier stuff I've done, or keep them together? Also, should I keep it just to original character art so as to avoid legal stuffs, or do you guys think I should be able to include the licensed fanart stuff I've done as well? And if I do/can, should that also have it's own book or be lumped together with everything else??

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:iconapriloneilfanboy:
AprilONeilFanboy Featured By Owner 1 day ago
Are you taking commissions right now?
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:icontsuzukikun:
Tsuzukikun Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Afraid not. Commissions are closed indefinitely right now while I work on some art for myself.
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:iconapriloneilfanboy:
AprilONeilFanboy Featured By Owner 19 hours ago
Okay. Thankies for letting me know. :D
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LESimmons Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015
Happy belated birthday, Brooke!
You're simply amazing in my book!
Hope you had a lot of fun!
Awesome artist, you're number one!
So keep up the drawing, don't ever stop!
Taking names and kicked ass, you'll reach the top!
Did you get all your presents and lots of cake?
It only makes sense you gobble down your namesake! ;)
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LirikTrend Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2015
Have a good day!
B-day that is!
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Mikesw1234 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015
Happy B-Day!
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MagicalCrystalWings Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy birthday!
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remuko Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015
happy bday!
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Sariusa Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy birthday!:cake::party:
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LotusLumino Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Student
Happy Birthdaaay!!! : D <3333333333
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