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    01-19-2011, 11:18 PM
Announcing discounted art fundraiser!!!

Some of ya'll may remember the fundraiser I did last year for my cat Buffy's vet bills. Well, I am asking for help with another fundraiser this year...

I am going to all my groups in hopes that I can raise money this year for my husband's uncle who is in need of a liver transplant and does not have health insurance. I managed to raise almost $500 with the Buffy fund last year and I hope to match that this year or more. Ryan's Uncle does not drink, so it's not alcohol related. He has a condition known as Addison's disease and it has attacked his liver. A transplant is his only hope of survival.

I am going to offer again an 8 x 10 graphite drawing for $25 (plus $5 shipping). That's a 50% discount. 100% of the proceeds (minus shipping costs) will go to Ryan's uncle. I am asking this year to be paid up front before I begin drawing as several people last year never paid me for their drawings and I just don't have the time to do freebies. If any of you are interested, please PM me. Ya'll know the quality of my work by now and I think $30 up front is reasonable. Depending on how many orders I get, I may not get to the drawing right away, I will get around to it ASAP and keep you updated as I start your drawing.

This offer is good through the end of Februrary!!!

For anybody new to the forum, I can post a few samples of my recent work shortly.
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    01-19-2011, 11:20 PM
Oh yeah, I am also offering for $20 (plus $5 shipping) for those sketch a day drawings I did earlier this year. I drew a few horses from this forum and if I drew your horse and want the sketch, let me know!
    01-19-2011, 11:52 PM
Here are some samples of the drawings I did last year for the Buffy fund. I didn't spend quite as much time on them as I normally do with commissions, but I still wanted to ensure quality work within my time crunch. This is a pretty good representation of what to expect with your drawing.
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    01-20-2011, 01:27 AM
I would like to put in a request but not at this time, I need to get the perfect picture first. Could you message me with an e-mail address I could keep on hand for when I'm seeking a project to come to life?


    01-20-2011, 01:30 AM
Absolutely. My e-mail is

Anybody can contact me at me e-mail. Just make sure to specify it's regarding a portrait so I don't mistake it for spam.
    01-23-2011, 08:17 PM
Sorry to be a pest, but just wanted to bump up this thread. I am trying to get as many orders as possible. Just remember the dealine to pay is Feb. 28. I want to get the money sent to my husband's uncle ASAP! Prices go back to normal rates after that.

Also, even if you are not looking for a portrait, but know someone who is, please refer them to me. I also have a facebook account. You can find me under Liz Norris Green or
    01-23-2011, 08:42 PM
Oh yeah, I just wanted to add that I have a ton of 3 x 3 inch canvases left over from Christmas, so I'd be willing to include mini paintings into my special as well. $20 each plus shipping (shipping will vary with bulk orders). I can include a mini easel for $5 extra or make an ornament out of the painting at no extra cost.
    01-25-2011, 10:48 PM
Is there a certain quality of a picture you need to work off of? What if I found a really old picture and scanned it? Would that work?
    01-25-2011, 10:51 PM
Obviously, the better quality the picture is, the easier it will be for me to really capture the detail I want, but I have worked from scanned photos before. I will be honest with you if I feel like I can't do your horse justice based on the photo. You can send the scanned image to Or you can post the picture here, whatever is easier for you.
    01-30-2011, 11:00 PM
I just wanted to say how wonderful Liz is to work with and what a Wonderful job she did of my Jessi. I highly recommend her.
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