ShadoWind

Original Artworks

Indiana, United States · 33 Sales

ShadoWind

Original Artworks

Indiana, United States 33 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Erin Cooper

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Erin Cooper

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chambana

chambana on 08 Jul, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Great communication, rapid delivery, well packaged item, great item/as described

chambana

chambana on 08 Jul, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

Great communication, rapid delivery, well packaged item, great item/as described

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Heads up to everyone here who visits my Etsy shop, Etsy has change their policies and now requires Etsy Shops to be connected to a bank account. If shops are not connected to a bank account then Etsy is going to suspend them...(forever probably) I don't really want to connect my shop to a bank account because i've never really made enough sales to really need to do that, paypal has always worked before...so I my shop will be suspened by the 31st of May.

Thanks all for visiting and hopefully understanding xxx I wish i didn't have to leave Etsy by the 31st I've really enjoyed having my little shop her and it saddens me that Etsy feels they need to force this on our little shops :(

UPDATE 5/30/17: My dragon coloring book is now published on Lulu.com $7.50
here is a link: http://www.lulu.com/shop/erin-cooper/dragon-colouring-book/paperback/product-23204270.html

You can find more of my art on cool products at my Zazzle Shop Here:
http://www.zazzle.com/shadowind_erincooper

Shop members

  • Erin Cooper

    Owner, Creator

    If you need to contact me for whatever reason and can't reach me through Etsy. I have two e-mails are wingedhorse_101@hotmail.com and Shadowind@live.com don't hesitate to send me a message!

Shop policies

Last updated on 06 April, 2016

Accepted payment methods

Returns and exchanges
I have not had anything damaged so far, but please let me know if your item is damaged in shipping. As stated above for larger or more fragile items I normally get insurance on them, so can get you a refund. Please take pictures of damage and package as it arrived to you and send them to me if this is the case. If the item is a sculpture or is an art piece I have created, and I think that I can repair it, I may ask you to send it back to me so I can repair it for you.
Payment
Paypal payments only at this time.
Shipping
I normally ship with Pakmail and get insurance, especially for larger items. I will send you a tracking number when your item is shipped along with a notice telling you that it has been shipped.
Additional policies and FAQs
I will take pet portrait or totem animal commissions acrylic paint on canvas (price depends on the size you want) For pet portraits I will need at least one nice clear photo of the pet for a refrence.

I will take papier mache clay sculpture commissions also, animals and mythological animals only please.

I am currently open for drum commissions it is $150 for a 16" painted drum,
plus shipping. Please just let me know if your interested and what you would like painted on it.
All I ask is that you are very VERY sure you would like to buy the drum. Keep in mind as the artist put the time and effort into painting it special for you and also that I had to spend money on materials (drums are not cheap).

More information

Last updated on 07 Apr, 2016
Frequently asked questions

Can you play the painted drums?

yes! I spray them many times with a clear matte sealer so they should be safe for playing and for display

what are your sculptures made of?

I use a reciepe I found online for air dry clay called "papier mache clay" it is a mixture of paper, glue, lindseed oil, and drywall compound. It is a bit sturdier than traditional paper mache, and I think it is easier to sculpt with. The insides are armatures made of wire, tape, crumpled newspaper and cardboard and other various re-used materials.

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