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Sketches (No Revisions)
Full Body: $10
Lineart (Comics style)
Full Body: $25
No Background/Solid Color/Gradient- Free
Complex/Detailed Backgrounds- $10+
Extra Characters: $10
Complex/Detailed Designs: $10+
***-Changes to final artwork (Lineart/Paintings only): I don't have a huge problem with this, but you get 3 'minor' changes/tweaks, and 1 major change. I will start charging more after that. Time, effort, etc. To avoid this problem, please be very concise in your description of what you want, include references if you have them in your commission request, and any details no matter how small they may be. Please see above for more information about how to do that!
My Commissions Info:
In light of the fact that both of my wacom tablets have bit the dust (the old Intuos 3 cord is stripped and broken, making the tablet useless; the Wacom Pro charging port is broken, and the battery has to be charged using a portable charger… but the tablet itself turns itself off, or the pressure sensitivity spazzes out…) I am reopening commissions to help fund the purchase of a new tablet. I’m working strictly with pen and paper until my friend gets a loaner out to me via mail. Currently I am only accepting sketch commissions (or if you’re patient I can take painting commissions, but they will take much more time to complete.)
Tools of the Trade:
Currently I am working on a very sketchy Wacom Pro. Shortly after I bought it, it was knocked off the table by my cat while it was charging, and the USB charging port is misaligned (no longer charging my battery). After much finagling I managed to find a work around using a portable battery charger, but unfortunately the battery only works for about 15-20 minutes at a time and the pressure sensitivity is… spotty at best.
My goal is to replace my Wacom in the near future, as soon as I get some income, and I figure the best way to make my tablet pay for itself is through commissions. I’m waiting on a package containing a loaner from a friend to use in the meantime.
When I work digitally I use Photoshop for all my processes start to finish.. with a canvas size of 3000x3000 and 300 dpi.
Rules and FAQS:
Disclaimer: I don’t accept every commission request that comes my way, there are times when I have been asked to do things well outside the realm of what I am comfortable doing. Please be sure you look through my gallery before messaging me so that you know what you’re getting into.
What are you willing to draw: Won’t Do: Furries, Gore, Mechs, NSFW, Anime, Fan Art; Will Do: Original characters, PG-13 (boobs!)
I reserve the right to post any artwork created by me on Deviantart.com as well as any other gallery/personal website for purpose of advertising/displaying my art. Unless agreed to, commissioners do not have permission to resell my art or use it in commercial instances. My signature should never be removed from a piece, and if you choose to post my artwork anywhere else please credit me when doing so.
Payment Policy: Payment for sketches is due upfront, for line art and paintings payment will be required upon completion of the final sketch.
Final product details: I typically work on a canvas size of 3000x3000 with a dpi of 300, saved as a .jpeg file and uploaded via deviantart. If you would like the .psd file, you may request it at the time of commissioning. I am also happy to e-mail files if you need them.
How long does it take? The time it takes me to finish a piece depends on several things, mostly it depends on how detailed/intricate a piece is, as well as how much information you provide at the time of commissioning. You can help the process go faster by providing any and all references for your piece.
Payments/How to Commission me: Payments are made strictly through Paypal at this moment, information will be provided to commissioner when I accept a commission request.
To commission me, send me a message via NOTE on deviantart.com. Include all relevant details for your commission request, and really anything you can think of that might be useful for completing your piece. If you are unsure of what to include, ask me. If you don’t provide me with enough information, be prepared for me to ask you for more.
People Who Have Commissioned me in the Past: