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Commission information:

(if you want a commission contact me via a NOTE)

Customer satisfaction is my main goal. I will work with you and create to the best of my ability. Every commission, situation, return or exchange will be handled on individual basis. I hope the following information can be found to be useful.


Commission Information:

Starting May 15th 2015 if you agree to commence in a commission and pay the deposit you will be agreeing that you have read, understood and accept the following terms and conditions.


Commission Prices:
Prices are given depending on what you would like created, how complicated it is, how much time is involved creating it – things like feathered wings will cost extra. Size only slightly affects the price, I avoid make anything bigger than a cat as postage costs go up dramatically (but that’s up to you) and I try not to go too small as you lose detail.
Prices start at $350au and average at around $370au for something the roughly size of a cat (includes worldwide shipping with a tracking number).
A $50au non-refundable deposit is required to cover basic materials before a commission is started and to confirm your spot on the commission waiting list.


What you are paying for when you order a commission:
You are paying for the hours and hours of intricate hands on work involved in bringing your creature to life, the cost of the materials involved in your creatures creation and postage.


Payments:
I accept payment plans and one off payments – whatever works best for you. Some clients make weekly or monthly instalments some people pay in one shot. Once the full agreed amount has been paid I post the art doll to you.
I try to only take payments through Paypal as they offer protection for both buyer and seller. In terms of buyer protection paypal will refund you (the buyer) if you don’t receive your item or the item is “significantly not as described”. This ensures you are protected regardless of my circumstances. The buyer is responsible of keeping track of their own payments and for informing me when they have ‘paid in full’.

Paypal info:
little-miss-woolf@outlook.com
Rhiannon Woolf


Additional:
When you confirm you would like a commission made you will go onto the waiting list. These will be made in an orderly fashion starting from the first person to place an order.
Should for any reason you pull out of a transaction the sculpture remains my property and I retain the rights to ownership in the concept, design and the sculpture itself including the right to complete, exhibit and sell the sculpture.


Shipping:
All commission prices include the price of worldwide shipping with a tracking number. Once shipped it is estimated it will take roughly two weeks to arrive.

Damage During Shipping:
In in rare case your item is damaged during shipping, I will work with you to provide photo evidence of the damage for insurance claims. The buyer must provide photo evidence of the damage within 5 days of the notification of delivery.
The buyer has the option
In the unheard-of case of the sculpture being so badly damaged the buyer wishes to receive a refund for the commission, the sculpture must be successfully returned (at the cost of the buyer) before a refund can be made (less deposit).

Returns:
Only already made OOAK pieces are available for returns (not commissions). If a buyer is unsatisfied with their purchase, they may request a refund within 5 days of notification of delivery. If a buyer wishes to return a sculpture for a refund they will be responsible for the safe return and postage costs. The buyer will be refunded the full price of the sculpture minis shipping and deposit once the sculpture has safely been returned to me. Any damage or loss during return shipping in the buyers responsibility and they will not receive refunds on missing or damaged goods.



(if you want a commission contact me via a NOTE)

I hope this has helped, Let me know if you are interested or have any questions and have a wonderful day!

A thought on Happiness.

Tue May 19, 2015, 5:07 PM




"Never be afraid to create.

Don’t strive to be ‘perfect’, there is no such thing.

 Fight to be better.

 Better than you where yesterday, better than you will be tomorrow.

Be the best you can be.

Create to the best of your ability."
- Rhiannon Woolf





I believe happiness comes from within, it results from a state of mind. Far too many people are all caught up in the negatives of their life and forget to see the positives. They see themselves as less than others and always try to measure up. No one can be truly happy if they are trying to be like someone else. You need to learn to love yourself (faults and all) and have confidence in that person.


Embrace your ‘imperfections’
Everyone has things they don’t like about themselves. But why should that be negative? One person’s flaw could be another’s strength, its part of what makes us unique and individual. Are you shy or introverted? That could mean you’re a great listener. Do you spend ages on a piece of art? Perhaps you want to make it ‘just right’ before you decide its finished. A persons flaws are a matter of perception.
 

Don’t compare yourself to others
Perhaps you think you’re not as good as that person or ‘that persons better than me’. Next time you find yourself comparing yourself to someone else stop and take a step back. Consider your own abilities and strengths. Remind yourself of what makes you stand out, why you’re amazing. The person you were comparing yourself to probably doesn’t consider themselves perfect, they will have their own faults an insecurities to. We are all simply human. There are very few true ‘prodigies’ out there, so the person you compare yourself to probably spent hundreds and hundreds of hours mastering their ‘perfect’ skills to be what they are now.
Consider a violinist. Let’s say it takes 8 years of dedicated practice to master the violin, if you stop after the first 8 weeks you obviously won’t be where you wanted to be, so why compare yourself to someone with 8 years’ experience.

 
Learn from your mistakes
We all make mistakes, and that’s ok. It is a fundamental part of learning. For everything that went wrong find something that went right. It could be as simple as ‘you gave it a go’, you tried. Maybe it didn’t turn out the way you wanted, but you are one step closer to getting it right the next time. Never trying is the biggest mistake we can make. The world of ‘what if’ is one of the hardest things to learn from as the possibilities of what might have been are endless.


Grow
If there are things in your life you’re not happy with make changes to amend it because its something you want. Not to please others, do it for you. What would make you happy? Do you want to be a better drawer? So draw. Spend every spare moment you have drawing because you love drawing. It may take you years to achieve the skills you aim for but you are the only one who can get you there.
Reflect on your own life and goals and take action, try.

We cant predict our future but we can create it.




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My Art Update:

 

 I have been working on a new technique to make my creatures more ‘sculpture’ and less ‘plush’. The resulting creation is as soft as ever, has a solid torso with flexible extremities enabling the creature to be posed into lifelike positions. I want to blur the lines between ‘plush’ and ‘sculpture’, ‘real’ and ‘fantasy’.

  

My Life Update:


I have been remaking many of my kick-starter creations (I started the majority several months ago and I feel my technique and skill has improved since then), as a result I had fallen woefully behind in creating them but i am 'on the home stretch'I am giving the kickstarter creations my full attention and priority. I am posting one tomorrow and then I will have a griffin, 4 winged wolf and a bunch of wonderful keyrings to make. 




If you are interested in a commission please feel free to contact me, I would love to discuss your ideas. 
(however I wont be concentrating on commissions until I have finished the kickstarter works and then I will concentrate on all commissions that have paid in full)

Please understand everything I make is made time consumingly by hand and I am only one person. (yes I know ‘consumingly’ is not a word)

If you would like a commission your name will be placed on a waiting list, please refer to my commission infomation at the bottom left of my profile page.

 

Additionally I would like to mention I check my Deviantart ‘notes’ daily however if you contact me via normal ‘comments’, esty or facebook messages I may take a week to reply. Please don’t take offense if I don’t answer you straight away, there are simply so many messages to go through I normally set aside an allocated time slot to do this.

 

 



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Have a beautiful week and enjoy a good cup of tea! 

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Rhiannon Woolf
Artist | Professional | Artisan Crafts
Australia
About the artist:
“Creation is my passion. It is my first love.
Creating is like an exciting adventure, I never know where it will take me or what I will create. I consider it a privilege to be able to share my art and teach others what I have spent so long teaching myself.
I have been working on a new technique allowing my creations to be more sculpture and less plush. The resulting sculptures and maquettes are as soft as ever, have solid torsos with flexible extremities enabling the creatures to be posed into lifelike positions.

My aim is to blur the lines between ‘plush’ and ‘sculpture’, ‘real’ and ‘fantasy’.”


About the person:
“I am nothing special, what I know I have learnt through endless hours of trial and error. I have a love of learning, the dedication to practice and a true passion for my art. I didn’t study at an amazing art school nor have I been lucky enough to be tutored by an artist. I create because it is what I love doing”.


“Never be afraid to create.
Don’t strive to be ‘perfect’, there is no such thing.
Fight to be better.
Better than you where yesterday, better than you will be tomorrow.
Be the best you can be.
Create to the best of your ability”
- Rhiannon Woolf





FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/RhiannonWoolf
ESTY: www.etsy.com/people/littlemisswoolfART



© - all of my art is copyrighted under the Australian Copyright Act. Do not attempt to recreate or use without permission please.


Have a most marvelous day and god bless
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:iconspluffs:
spluffs Featured By Owner May 16, 2015  New member
do u have commitions
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TruBlueArt Featured By Owner May 13, 2015   General Artist
Thanks for the watch and favorite!
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RhiannonWoolf Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
Bunny Emoji-09 (Heart) [V1] my pleasure! 
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creaturesofwhimsy Featured By Owner May 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you sooo much for the watch!!! I am honored! 🙇
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RhiannonWoolf Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Artisan Crafter
most absolutely my pleasure! :heart: revamp 
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tijd001 Featured By Owner May 11, 2015
Both of your styles are interesting, but I like the most the wire armetures.
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ta26315 Featured By Owner May 10, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
How do u change ur user name?
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RhiannonWoolf Featured By Owner May 10, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
La la la la  you need to be a 'premium' member i think:
help.deviantart.com/112/
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DamaiMikaz Featured By Owner May 8, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for adding Something about talent to your favorites. I'm glad you like my writing :)
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YinNaru Featured By Owner May 8, 2015  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Love the name change!
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