Q: How long have you been making art?

A: I have been making art since I was a child. Over the last few years I got more serious about it and decided it was what I wanted to do for a career, and then I invested more time into my craft to get better at it.

Q. What is your return Policy?

A. On normal products I will refund your products up to a 30 days after your purchase date. If there's any issues I will either replace the item free of charge, or send you a replacement of equal value. I can also offer store credit for a future purchase. I do not accept returns on custom original works. Just reach out to me and I will work through it with you.

Q: Why do you start your rates at $30?

A: Because I've been a full time artist for the last 3 years. I'm able to come up with designs that will match your idea and be able to execute it quickly and with detail. I want my art to be accessible to whoever wants it, but I also need to be able to pay for necessities like food, rent, utilities, website housing costs, materials, equipment, packaging, and all of the other personal and business expenses. 

Q: What kind of packaging do you use?

A: I am happy to announce that we are strive to use eco-friendly packaging, including biodegradable plastics, recycled cardboard, and other recycled materials. People want to be greener and to protect the planet; we make it the standard here at Deviant Kreations. We make it easier for you to be green while still getting the art that you want. 

Q: How quickly do you fulfill orders?

A: I ship orders fast—on average within 3 days—but usually they'll be in the mail by the next day.

Q: Why should I purchase your art?

A: Hopefully because it resonates with you, but I also include lots of little goodies with each purchase.

Q: What advice would you give for other people interested in starting to make art?

A: Pick up a pencil or pen and start drawing. It's okay if it’s not "good" yet; the important thing is to make a habit of creating and improving. Take your time, have fun, and create what you want to create. As an artist you are creating your own world straight from your brain, and that's pretty neat. I would also recommend checking out tutorials and books. Learn the fundamentals, and then make it your own. It's okay to copy artists’ work for study, but make sure you give credit to the artist for your inspiration; as an art community, we should build each other up and not gate-keep. Also learn also by tracing things, each line you make is added to your visual library.