Art Illustrations- Digital Art

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Art Illustrations- Digital Art

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Last updated on March 16, 2011
Hello There,
I'm glad you took the time to come and check out my rules and policies. My one rule is to keep it legal, meaning though you purchased my print/product, you did not receive the right to redistribute/resell/or modify in anyway. Ownership of copyright was not purchased, the print was.

Keep in mind the effort that goes into creating my artwork (or any artwork) including the initial planning, revising, self-critiquing, hours, inspiration, researching, and just doing that made one single piece. Deep, I know. :)

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Returns and exchanges
In the case of damage occurring to your print, photos must be taken within one week of damage and sent to me to survey. If it is a limited edition print, another will be printed off with the current available number (example: If you ordered 17/100, you will not receive another 17/100 and will get the next number available which may be 18/100 or 89/100)

Being a semi-professional photographer, prints will be as accurate to their pictures in the listings as I can get them. So there is no excuse for not liking the finish of a print as I will have photographed it to the best of my ability (which is pretty good) :)
All forms of payment are accepted (except for personal checks) including possible barter. Barter only applies towards those who supply the stuff I use to make my products and/or nonsense I fall in love with.

Payment must be received (e-checks and money orders are an acception) within 3 days of purchase.
Care is taken to make sure my babies (aka products) are shipped safe and sound therefore shipping is not as cheap as most. Right now, I'm testing shipping worldwide so prices may seem odd for other countries until I can figure out where is more.
Additional policies and FAQs

Q:What does Sassy Nectarini Kids stand for?
A:Currently, I'm not ready to give its meaning away because contests may be hosted to see if you can find its meaning out.

Q:Why are most of your prints limited editions?
A: I get bored of looking at the same thing, it's my nature. Once the 100/100 or the equivalent is sold, there isn't going to be another one to maintain a feeling of meaning that there are only 100 or 50 or etc printed of the piece. This excludes products, but I usually like to mix those up too :)

Q: How long does it take to typically create one of your pieces?
A: So far, I've spent anywhere from 5-7 hours on one piece. I try to keep track of my times, but I often get carried away :)

Q: How do you create your art?
A: I currently start out on paper with an idea, sketching a basic concept and notes that I can reference to in Photoshop CS4.

Q: That sucks, so it isn't made by hand?
A: Actually, it is made by hand, just not in the sense most imagine. Most think "by hand" refers to on paper and pen/ink/watercolor/etc, but my illustrations are done with the same techniques. Instead I use a digital pen for accuracy that leaves a light stroke when you press lightly and a darker stroke when you press harder.