I've never braved doing some sort of commission before, let alone openly putting myself out there. But it's coming down to the wire where bills are piling up and its not looking good if nothing can be done. I've been applying for jobs and have yet to here any answer. I really don't like asking to be given something (i.e, donations) without repaying in some sort of way. So, instead of sitting here helpless, why not do something I actually like and relieve stress and worry in the process?
I mean, if I can get a few commissions, then it would make my week, even the smallest bit. >.<
Anyway, while many of the options are traditional style, digital is also offered. I haven't done digital in a while, but I could always break out my tablet. I'm not exactly sure what my ability is with digital, but I do feel more confident with traditional. With that said, traditional work will be photographed and posted so that the customer can use it, but shipping is also offered.
Chibi: $2 each
Sketchy Portraits: $5
Sketchy Detailed Portraits: $15
Detailed Portraits (rendered fully): $25-$75
Digital of any type: ranging from Chibis to detailed portraits/full body = $5-$30
-Upon requesting any work, the customer agrees with the artist's style and will not try to change it. As much as I like a challenge, I want to give you what I can do instead of something I probably can't that will end up looking terrible.
-Reference photos will enhance the chance of the drawing coming out more to the customer's liking. Descriptions are second best, but if no detailed visual or written description is given, the artist can only guess and will try to draw something close to the minimal information given. In other words, the less you give me, the more freedom I have to try and build it.
-Romantic scenes are fine, but nothing sexual will be taken for commission, this includes full nudity.
-While Humanoid figures will be much easier for me, I am willing to discuss other figures with the customer.
-My work is best when not rushed. I ask that you give me two weeks after I have accepted the commission, at most, to finish a drawing. More time may be needed if I am having trouble with a patch or two.
-Customer will be updated on the progress of their piece as it comes along.
-Digital works will be directly sent to the customer and posted on my page with a watermark.
-Works may be altered once it has been received, but please link the original back to me.
-Payment will be required before the pen touches the tablet/paper.
-Payment is only accepted through paypal. Once the commission is accepted, I will provide my personal email so that it can be processed.
-Refunds can be given before the work is done: For digital, the refund cutoff is once the work is posted; For traditional, same, as well as once shipped.
-Shipping will be separate from the original price of the work, but I will do my best to make sure the piece arrives in pristine order.
I appreciate any help given, and thank you for your time,