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I just wanted to let everyone know that I've got some openings on my commission list again. For anyone who's interested, here's the run-down of how my commissions work:
For DIGITAL COMMISSIONS (files completed in Photoshop and delivered via email) prices start at $45 for a single character with a relevant background of my choice, and then go up in price from there. Items that will add to the price will be peril devices/traps, second (or more) characters, specific backgrounds and so on.
To start the process, I would need a description of what you'd like drawn and then I can quote you a price from there.
Also, I will not use the art for any other purpose, or post it anywhere on the web, without your permission. You will be the owner of the art and my use it in any way you'd like.
I am now going to be offering ORIGINAL ART commissions as well.
These will be available fully inked and marker rendered and will be available in three sizes:
Trading card size - starting at $15
9x12 - starting at $60
11x17 - starting at $100
I can email you a confidential sample of my original marker art if you are interested in an original piece of your own.
To lock your place in on the commission list, a full payment must be made. Commissions can take up to 30 - 45 days before completed, depending on the length of the current list and your place on it.
As to the price, please know that I am going to be charging 1/2 to 1/3 LESS than what I charge my usual business clients. Also, the quality of the art that you will receive will be on par with the art you see on my Deviant Art page. And lastly, I'm a working professional and I have to make a decent living, so the price I charge-- while below my standard rates-- still needs to be enough to make it worth my while. I can not work 10 hours on a piece for 20-40 bucks. At that rate, I'd lose my home, car and so on, in no time.
Feel free to contact me here or at my e-mail address: email@example.com
All the best,