Dear lords and ladies of the internet,
Sup? I hope everyone is well, and enjoying things I enjoy. If not, then eff you stupid! JK (kinda).
But for seriously you guys, I wanted to give a digital shout out to He's got a very gnarly kick starter going on for his new comic project Flurry, which I first thought was a comic about mcflurries from McDonald's, a book I've been waiting for all of my adult life to be made, but it turns out it's about something much less like that- SO GO TAKE A LOOK! www.kickstarter.com/projects/f…
The art looks freaking awesome so I'll be backing this asap.
The other order of business is I'm increasing the prices of backgrounds on commissions. I often forget How long they take to do, not so much the drawing but the coloring, so here we are.
Other than that keep on keeping on and keep it on - blah, I don't care about this ending sentence.
FIRST OFF, PLEASE ONLY CONTACT ME IF YOU ARE SERIOUS ABOUT GETTING A COMMISSION!
AND SECOND PLEASE DO NOT SEND MONEY TO firstname.lastname@example.org I HAVE A SEPARATE PAYPAL ADDRESS THAT I USE FOR THESE THINGS!
Thank you! ;D
There's been some questions about pricing, so to (hopefully) avoid confusion, I've made this nifty pricing diagram to help you understand how I'm pricing things for these holiday commissions. Some things are cheaper, some things are more costly, but I like what I have here at the moment.
I'm going to do one round of 3 pieces to start and then I might increase prices ( they're not getting any lower) after that.
Obviously the solo character rates are just that. If your planning on just getting one single colored character, that's what you're going to pay. If you're adding additional characters to a commission the prices on the left apply.
As for the process of the commissions. As of right now: you tell me what you're interested in getting, I do a few very quick pose sketches, you pick one, and then pay the first half of the total bill. I would like to keep it this way, but there has been a couple people who've gotten sketches and then taken off. If this continues I'm going to ask people to start paying half in advance before I do any sketches.
After that, I'll finish the linework, this usually takes about a week. After you have Ok'ed the linework, It's time for the final half of the bill to be paid. After that, I send you the final image and adjust things as needed before I send you the Hi rez.
If you have any questions, shoot them my way, but please look at the pricing diagram before you do. Thanks!
1: 45% final lines phase