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I am currently not open for requests, but I am accepting commissions. If you would like to commission 3-D artwork from me, please familiarize yourself with my terms of service as outlined below.




I reserve the right to refuse any commission request. My time is very valuable to me, and as such I keep my rates and prices fixed. My interests focus on fantasy and science fiction art, but I do not limit myself to them.

This means that if you wish to commission an artwork that lies outside of these two realms, I may still be able to accommodate you as long as you provide me with adequate information and reference images upon making an inquiry.

Please keep in mind that I will NOT accept any commissions that involve creating morally questionable images - if you are unsure what I mean by this, feel free to send me a note and I shall provide you with the specifics.

Speaking of specifics - the more detail you provide me with when requesting a commission - the more accurate and detailed your finished artwork will be.


Before I agree to undertake any commission, you - as the client - must provide me with the following information:
  • Name (surname, given name)
  • Valid E-mail address
  • Age (I will accept commissions from clients who are under the age of 18, ONLY if they provide me with parent/guardian contact information. This information will then be verified, to ensure that the client is able to pay for the commissioned work.)


Any personal information you submit to me will always remain PRIVATE and will never be shared with anyone else.


Original copyright of my artwork resides with its creator (me). If the client wishes to use his or her artwork for commercial purposes, s/he must specify this during making the original inquiry as it WILL affect the price of the commission. The client may not reproduce commissioned art without the express consent of the artwork's creator. At this time, PayPal is the ONLY method of payment I will accept (

~ This Artist is PayPal Verified ~


All prices are in US $ dollars and are subject to change. Half the commission fee must be paid up front, and the remaining half upon completion. The completed digital artwork will be sent to the client only after full payment has been received.


If you are interested in commissioning a digital artwork from me, please include the following information when making your inquiry:
  • Full Name of the Character
  • Species & Gender
  • Special Markings (tattoos, scars, etc.)
  • Skin, Eye and Hair Color
  • Height & Build
  • Pose or Action involving the character
  • Brief biography summarizing the character's history
  • Reference Materials (if applicable)
  • Acceptable Clothing (provide at least 2 or 3 options)
  • Background (if ordering a character with a background, please specify 2 or 3 options acceptable for this particular character)
  • Please include the title "Commission Inquiry" as your Subject when sending me a Note


All of the digital artwork I create is rendered in either DAZ Studio or Poser. Post-work is done using Photoshop CS6.

1. Single Character (full color, NO background) - $20 USD
2. Single Character (full color, simple background) - $30 USD
3. Single Character (full color, complex background) - $40 USD
4. Multiple Characters (full color, simple background) - add $10 USD per character; add $20 for complex/custom backgrounds.
5. If you wish the finished artwork to be in B&W, kindly specify that in your inquiry - the price will remain the same as for a colored piece.

After full payment has been made, I will e-mail the final commission to the client - to the address specified in the original inquiry. The client will receive the finished commission in both JPEG and PNG file formats. The cost of printing commissioned artwork falls solely to the client. Please note that the above prices are subject to change at the artist's discretion - as are these Commission Guidelines.


After I receive your request with all the pertinent information, I will contact you with any further questions I might have. If there are none, and I decide to accept the commission, you - the client - will pay half the agreed price up front, and I will begin work on the commission. I will remain in contact with the client so s/he may view the work in progress as it is being created. (I will not go beyond the preliminary/concept stage of any commission until I receive the first half of the fee. Once the artwork is complete, I will e-mail the client the final version in a high res. JPEG format - while a watermarked copy of the work will also be posted here, at Deviant Art. If you have any other questions or concerns about the creative process or anything else you have read in these guidelines - please feel free to drop me a Note. I will do my best to reply within 48 hours, depending on my Internet access and real life schedule. Your patience is appreciated.


Feel free to visit my Gallery for the most recent samples of my work. Thank you for your interest. =D

CSS credit goes to:
Stock: Dragoroth-stock, little-spacey, mimose-stock, Dralliance-Stock, Dracoart-Stock, gaiastock, CAStock
Brushes: MouritsaDA-Stock
Coding & graphics: kuschelirmel-stock

My deviantART Story,

Thu Aug 7, 2014, 7:18 AM

I joined Deviant Art 9 years ago (has it been that long?!) when I stumbled across it by coincidence, looking for some pictures to use for a forum RPG character. I was instantly fascinated and mesmerized by the wealth of talent I saw displayed right on the first page. I joined the site immediately, hoping that one day, I would be able to share some of my art online with others (I didn't really have much to show at the time, hehe.) Once I started designing skins for the early Invision Power Board,  the art portfolio began to grow - and thus, I finally had something to share with the DA community. Now, after nearly a decade of tinkering around with Poser and Photoshop, I feel like I've been here since the beginning - DA has grown on me like a dear family member - and I hope they continue to do so for a very long, long time to come. Happy Birthday, Deviant Art - here's to 14 more, and then some! <3

1.  Jedi Vigilance by Ambient-Vibe  2.  Serena Elysar by Ambient-Vibe  3. 

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Wanton and Dangerous by Ambient-Vibe
  4.  Battle Mage by Ambient-Vibe  5.  Annie by Ambient-Vibe

1. This was one of the first deviations of this character which I actually liked. After tinkering with 'Jaidyn' for 2 years and more, I was waiting for that perfect image of her, that would capture the essence of her as a Jedi knight. This one did the trick!

2. Serena Elysar has been a subject of many of my Star Wars fan-fics and role-plays in the past 5 years, and I she is easily my all-time favorite. I wanted to immortalize her just as she was: a fiery, spirited, tenuous Jedi, who never gave up and sacrificed everything for those whom she had sworn to protect. 

3. I wanted to play with color here, as evident by the rich brown and green hues - lit up in a fantasy setting. This image was conjured up in my Elder Scrolls Online period, where I fell in love with the proud Altmeri race. What I like most about it, is its warmth, in spite of the weapons and warrior pose.

4. One of my first 'experiments' with doing an elf render, this battlemage contrasts the previous ESO-themed deviation with the coolness it projects. I like it, because it contrasts so well with the 'wood elf' motif.

5. One of my recent renders, "Annie" is perhaps the most favorite one in the Fantasy category. Her clothing and props were a gift from a very dear friend, and I wanted to see if I could do the gift some 'justice' by putting it to good use. Annie was the ultimate result. We both loved her the moment she came to life. =)

If you would like to see more of my art 'adventures', please visit my Gallery - and thank you for stopping by!

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I stood by your bed last night, I came to have a peep.
I could see that you were crying. You found it hard to sleep.

I whined to you softly as you brushed away a tear,
"It's me, I haven't left you, I'm well, I'm fine, I'm here."

I was close to you at breakfast, I watched you pour the tea,
You were thinking of the many times your hands reached down to me.

I was with you at the shops today. Your arms were getting sore.
I longed to take your parcels, I wish I could do more.

I was with you at my grave today, You tend it with such care.
I want to re-assure you, that I'm not lying there.

I walked with you towards the house, as you fumbled for your key.
I gently put my paw on you, I smiled and said "It's me."

You looked so very tired, and sank into a chair.
I tried so hard to let you know, that I was standing there.

It's possible for me to be so near you everyday.
To say to you with certainty, "I never went away."

You sat there very quietly, then smiled, I think you knew...
in the stillness of that evening, I was very close to you.

The day is over... I smile and watch you yawning
and say "Good-night, God bless, I'll see you in the morning."

And when the time is right for you to cross the brief divide,
I'll rush across to greet you and we'll stand, side by side.

I have so many things to show you, there is so much for you to see.
Be patient, live your journey out... then come home to be with me.

[Misiu passed away yesterday at the age of almost 13 years old. He was a fun, loving and beautiful Belgian Malinois who suffered from a liver tumor, severe rheumatic arthritis and glaucoma. He will be forever missed and loved, always.]