Commissions infos :
Commissions are full digital, with 300 DPI definition.
I draw :
-Many other things I can't think about right now
I don't draw :
-Overly gore things
-Comics or strips (I'm not a good story teller, so I won't do this unless you have an already written script ... and even then I might refuse)
Prices are given for Headshot, Waist up and Full Body
Sketch : 3 / 5 / 10 $
Lineart (Sketch is included) : 5 / 10 / 15 $
Flat Colors (with Lineart and Sketch) : 10 / 15 / 20 $
Full (All the previous plus soft or cell shading) : 15 / 20 / 25 $
Additional character : Half the price
Background : + 5 $ (may vary according to the complexity)
How to proceed :
Send me a note with the following indications :
-Type of commission : (Sketch, lineart, flat colors or full)
-Type of drawing : (Headshot, waist up or full body)
-Description of the commission : (ex : "2 characters cuddling under a tree" or "character standing on top of a pile of bodies" ...)
-References : (links toward graphic references, the more the faster I'll be able to work. Add pose references if you want me to work even faster)
-Other : (Anything else you think may help me work faster)
I'll answer you within the week to tell you if I can or not do the drawing for you (I don't want to steal anyone) and the price.
I only accept paypal for now, I may accept points later.
I'll show you a sketch of your commission and ask for half the price of the commission (I won't work further on the commission before you pay) and for the last half once the commission is delivered.
Examples of products :
Is online piracy hurting or supporting artists?I am a happy artist who pays his rent thanks to FREE exhibitions of my work on the internet, including this awesome website.Is online piracy hurting or supporting artists? by alexiuss
My art and comic book (http://www.rom.ac) is now famous around the world because people share the images I create through blogs, torrents, wallpapers and re-posts.
I allow everyone to download and view my paintings and comic book for free on the internet. If someone who likes the digital version of my painting wants to buy a printed version, they pay me or a publisher who's authorised to print my work, which in turn cuts me a % from the print sales of this painting. At the same time I can put up a couple of nice, non-intrusive commercials into my online exhibitions that I myself approve of, and that will pay for the rest of my expenses.
I believe the same "Free digital content" policy should apply to all digital media arts. If the public likes the content, they WILL buy a solid copy of it from the artist. There are people who will love, cherish and support the ar