Welcome to the the commissions section of the site. Here you will be able to find information on prices, and what to expect during the commission process. There are also examples of my past work, and a slider to compare between sketch, inking, colored, and shaded. Also, don’t forget to check the Terms of Service if you have not done so.

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A rough drawing that is typically used as a guideline rather than being considered complete. However, I do go over it a second time to clean it up.

Here are a few examples. If you need a closer look, use the slider above.

A drawing that is inked will  have cleaner lines. I also will make corrections while going through it, if there are any to be made. Such a commission is best if you plan to color it yourself or print it for coloring.

Here are a few examples. If you need a closer look, use the slider above.

 

A colored drawing is just the flat colors filled in with no shading.

Here are a few examples. If you need a closer look, use the slider above.

Shaded drawings tend to have the most substantial change of any step. There is a lot of lighting techniques, special effects, and even color correction that goes into it. If you want a drawing to look it's most professional, this is what you are looking for.

Here are a few examples. If you need a closer look, use the slider above.

Backgrounds can be classified into 3 categories.

  1. Free
  2. Simple
  3. Complex

Determining which category your background fits under will be up to me. However here are some key points to consider.

Free backgrounds as the name suggests are free, no cost. This is typically your backgrounds that just contain simple shapes or gradients.

Simple backgrounds cost 50% of the base price. Not including extra characters. For example, a shaded drawing is $60, with a simple background it would be $90. As for what a simple background is, it's anything with a simple perspective and few objects.

Complex backgrounds are double the base price. Such backgrounds are anything with complex perspectives and/or just lots of objects.

Extra Characters - You can have up to 5 additional characters. Each cost the base price minus 10. So a single character shaded commission costs $60, and two characters would cost $110.

Private Commissions - If for any reason you would like to keep the commission private, this would cost you an additional $30. The reason for this is because I lose the benefits of posting it. It might seem steep, but losing the ability to show off my work can also equate to potential lost customers who might have commissioned me if they saw it.

All prices are subject to change and may depend on each commission. Consider all of these as a guideline rather than a rule. After you send in a commission form, I will email you a quote. After accepting the price I will then send an invoice through paypal. All prices are in USD.

The Process

1. First, be sure to check commissions are open. You can check the status on here, or on the form.
2. Determine your budget and check the prices. Sometimes they can change, so always check.
3. Read the Terms of Service. I understand reading a lot can be a pain, but reading this will help paint a better picture of what I will and will not do. As well as go over copyright and ownership, and some other general policies like refunds.
4. Fill out and Submit a commission form. I will not accept commissions any other way.
5. You will be contacted through your prefered contact method specified. If I accept the commission I will give you a price quote and go over any information I am unsure about. If all is accepted I will then send you an invoice through paypal.
6. I will not start a commission till it's first paid in full. The reason for this is the buyer has all the protections. Basically you can submit a chargeback on paypal with very little issue. While the creator, such as myself can do little about it. Though, I do have some measures in place to help protect myself.
7. The first progress update I will give you will be a very rough sketch. It will look messy. It's mainly just used as a guide to make sure the pose, background, camera angle, etc is good. Once you confirm all looks good, I will move onto the refined sketch.
8. The second progress update will be the refined sketch. This is also your last chance to make any specifications and alterations. Once you accept after this stage, only very minor changes may be made.
9. I will show progress updates at every completed step up till the commission is finished.
10. Once complete I will send you a URL with a small preview of the commission and download link. By downloading it, you confirm you have accepted and received what you commissioned and all that you paid for. This is for my own protection as mentioned above. This URL will double as your download page for any future commissions as well as a way to re-download lost commissions. DO NOT SHARE IT. It is for your own personal use.