Your Title - version 2.0
sub-titleDisclaimer: I'm new to Commissioning so expect things to change as I gain more experience. To get an Idea on if my skill level is to your tastes I would suggest looking through my gallery.
Hello everyone, GoldCrustedChicken here, I just wanted to inform you all that I'm now ready to start doing commissions! I know this journal is quite long, but if you are considering commissioning me, reading it will make things easier and ensure that there is no confusion.
I feel that my art skill is at a point that I can create something good enough to sell to the public, but let's get to the point and talk about all the juicy information you should consider before trying to commission something from me:My medium will always be Digital (to be specific I use a Wacom Cintiq 2 and Photoshop), I know for some of you that would prefer traditional this is a deal breaker so I will just say this before we get started. What am I actually good at?
I feel like you will get the most bang for your buck if you commission me for:
-Pin Up art
-Detailed scenes (Characters and a background)
Of course, these aren't the only things I can draw, just my most strongest points. If you have something else in mind, send a note it won't hurt to ask.
It can also be easy for someone to perhaps enjoy my style and commission me, but at the same time I will admit I do have weaknesses in some places. Some major examples of things that I'm not the best at, or just simply things I refuse to draw, but remember that I can be negotiated with when it comes to these kinds of things, but no guarantees.
-Mechas/giant robots (This will probably change soon since I'm getting better, but for now I'm not at a skill level where I want to charge people for it.)
-Fetish Art: Take note that while I will draw NSFW art there are some exceptions to what I will draw. If you want to know exactly what kind of fetishes I won't draw you will have to note me to find out. There are also fetishes that I will draw for you, but once again we will have to discuss it first.
Some common examples are:
-You are allowed to repost any art that I draw for you, BUT, and this is a big but, only if you give me credit.
-You cannot resell anything I draw for you and claim you drew it.
-So basically just give me credit for the art I draw for you and don't try to pass it off as your own. This is something most artists will probably tell you, just try to understand that we put a lot of work into our art and will just like to get our credit for it.Prices
-Full body [$5]
-Multiple Characters [$7]Line-Art
-Full Body [$10]
-two Characters [$13] [+1 for any additional character, for ex: 3 characters is $14]
-Characters + background [$15] (If there are multiple characters too, the price goes up $4 for every character)Flat Color
-One Character [$20]
-Two Characters [$25] (Plus $5 for any additional characters)
-(+10 if you want a background added)
How payments work
-I prefer to be payed over Paypal, but this can be negotiated if you send me a note, but no guarantees.
-I expect a small portion of payment up front, the rest after I give you the finished piece. I know for some people this can seem shady, some would expect an artist to take off running without finishing the art. I understand this, but also understand that I heard stories of the commissioner taking the art and running without paying the artist.
I can only give you my word that I will finish the piece, also If you provide an email I will send in progress updates to you for assurance that I am still working on your piece in case it takes a while to finish it.
How long does it take for me to finish?
-When it comes to time it's good to keep in mind that, like most artists, I have other responsibilities to take care of (one of them is university) and some pieces will take longer than others. However, generally if I can work on your piece without interruption you can expect it done in 2-3 days. If for some reason it takes me longer, I will send updates to keep you assured that I'm still working on it, or in a worse case scenario I will send you a refund for your initial payment.
How might your finished piece look like?
-I'm flexible with any size you might need, the size is use most of the time is 11x17 300dpi, but if you wish to increase or shrink the size let me know before your commission me so we can discuss it.
And that's about it! If for some reason I left something out that you have a question about, let me know. Like I've said I'm new to commissioning and this journal will most likely change as I gain experience. Now hopefully I'm the artist you choose out of the sea of other artists! I would be honored to work with you and I'm sure we can make something wonderful together.