Growly Genet (ex_growly) wrote in artists_beware,
Growly Genet

A bit of a dilemma

I'm not really sure where to start... Ok, I've been taking commissions since October of '04 and for the most part I only accept commissions when I'm working at conventions. I do my best to get them done at cons so I don't have to take them home and complete them (this has become increasingly difficult recently, unfortunately). Last year I accepted a commission at a con (Anthrocon, I believe) which I have been unable to do any work on.

When the roof of our St. Louis house collapsed and we made a hasty move down to Georgia to live near my mate's family, the commission sheet seemed to have been lost in the moving (along with $200+ other items). I have no clue how to go about finding this person other than hoping that they might be at this upcoming Anthrocon.

So I was hoping someone might have the vaguest clue who this could be. He gave me a sheet of paper that led to his webpage - which is apparently a site where he stores a bunch of stories within a world/universe he has created. He commissions artists to read his stories and do a piece of work inspired by the writing - whether it be character sketches, illustrations, maps, etc. If anyone has any clue who this is, I would be very grateful because I'm at my wits end trying to figure out what to do. I hate leaving commissions unfinished, even if I sometimes take a long time to get them done, and I am really unhappy at the prospect of someone complaining because I couldn't do their piece.

I've discovered that the person I've been looking for is Gushi. Thanks very much to everyone for helping me figure things out. I'm immensely grateful! =^.^=
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