Frequently asked questions section.


What tools do you use to work?

Software: CLIP STUDIO PAINT EX y Photoshop

Computer: Macbook Pro Retina 13″

Tablet: Wacom Intuos Small

What canvas size do you use to work?

A4 300dpi.

What means 'Soft Shading' and 'Cel Shading'?

Soft Shading is a style of digital technique used, in which the character has a type of refined shading kind of some ‘faded’.

Cel Shading is another style of digital technique, in which the character has a harder type of shading, without having that soft effect of ‘faded’.

Do you do Art Trades?

Yes, I do, but ask first. You have to understand that an Art Trade is an equivalent exchange between two artists who, as a rule, have the same level of ability. So if you receive a piece worked with much effort, the ideal is to deliver the same thing.

Note: an ‘Art Trade’ is an exchange of art between two artists, in which they give each other a drawing or illustration according to what each one wants the other to draw.

Do you do Collabs?

I do, but friends only.

Note: A ‘Collab or Collaboration’ is an artwork in which 2 or more artists participate. In which each one is dedicated to work a certain part of it.

Do you take Requests?

The general answer is “no”. Unlike many artists you can know, I don’t make drawings for free or take requests. If you want a drawing / illustration of me, check the commissions section and I’ll be gladly to make you a budget. Unfortunately the free art doesn’t pay the bills and I intend to make this my main money income.

However, every so often I usually offer free giveaways on my social media where you can earn a free commission. Check my Instagram or Twitter.

Can I draw your OC's?

Of course yes! I would love to see the fanarts of them, so, please tag me when you do.

Note: OC = Original Character.

I'm carrying out a project, can I contact you?

Of course! But keep in mind that I’m not interested in working on manga / webcomics / webtoons projects, or anything that requires paneling. Neither I’m interested in working in animation or anything that requires video editing. Everything else, sounds good to me.

You can fill the form provided on Commissions or send me an email to commissions@orihimestudio.com


What is a commission?

A commission is a drawing or illustration purchased, made to order (digital type, NOT PHYSICAL). The client chooses the type of illustration he wants, specifies what he wants me to draw, I send the sketch with the price to pay and the rest is history. The client always receive the finished illustration in high resolution (PNG or JPG) without watermark.

For more information about the buy and deliver process of commissions, check the Terms and Conditions section.

What is a commercial commission?

Commercial commissions are those destined to generate lucrative income, such as merchandising (cups, posters, T-shirts, etc …), monetized videos, use in corporate type firms, etc …

Note: Prices differ from those for personal use, because being commercial, they are purchased with the extra charge of copyright, which is included in the price.

What means 'Bust', 'Halfbody' and 'Fullbody'?


Amelia Busto




Amelia Medio Cuerpo



Amelia Fullbody

I sent my application and I still don't receive an answer. What should I do?

Send me an email to commissions@orihimestudio.com and I will respond within the next 24 hours.

When should I make the payment?

I’ll send you an email once the sketch is ready with the final and detailed price and the payment process by PayPal will be start. It means that you don’t need to pay when you request the commission.

How long do you take to finish my commission?

The maximum delivery time is 3 months and the minimum time is one week. Depending on the type of commission and the level of complexity and / or detail thereof, at the end of the sketch and once it is approved, I can certainly give an approximate delivery date.

I would like to buy a commission with X art style of X artist, can you?

No. I only draw with my style, I do not emulate or reproduce the style of another artist.

Add a creature or companion to the piece counts as a second character?

It depends on the size of the animal, if we consider it to be very small (ex: Kero from Card Captor Sakura) it would be free, now larger sizes could be considered from the price of a Bust to that of a Half Body.

I need to have my commission before the deadline that you give me, it's possible?

It’s possible, but remember that you have to pay an additional fee. I’ll leave aside the projects in which I’m working to focus on finishing the commission for the needed date.

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