Can I use your reference images in commercial projects?


You’re welcome to use my reference photos in commercial projects or personal projects you intend to monetise. No need for additional liscences. However, redistribution of my images (that is: in any way sharing, selling or repacking my images, even the free ones) is not permitted.

Can I commission reference photos from you?

I’m afraid not. The reason I make reference packs the way I do is because it’s expensive to work with a model (consider all the professional equipment, the model and photographer’s time, the time taken to edit, the props and costumes, and that’s just for a basic shoot…). By making packs available to the public, I can charge much less per person and I can use the continued sales over time to fund free resources and more ambitious projects. I’d have to charge far more than I am comfortable with to take bespoke reference commissions, so I simply don’t. Feel free to make suggestions though- while I make no promises, there’s a chance I’ll see and like your idea enough to make it happen!

I want my art to get featured in your newsletter! How do I do that?

If you used my reference in your artwork, you can request to be featured in one of two ways:

  1. Tag me in the art you want featured on Instagram (be sure to tag me in the photo itself, not just in the caption, otherwise I might miss it. My notifications are a BUSY place!)
  2. Email me with the image you’d like me to share, along with the name and URL you’d like me to share with people.

I can’t promise to feature everyone, but I’ll do the best I can!

How long have you been an artist?

Depends where you start counting! I’ve always loved art and have been drawing since I was a child, but I didn’t start taking art seriously until 2017.

What’s your favourite medium?

Don’t make me pick! Most of my work is digital, created in Clip Studio Paint. My favourite mediums to work in traditionally are oil paints and mixed media (specifically coloured pencil and acrylic paint on toned paper).