|Character Drawings/Figure Drawings:|
Sketches: (Requires some reference or descriptive material from the client)
Full Body - $12.00
Inked: (Same Requirements as above. For grayscale shading add $2.00. Background cost negotiated on a per-job basis.)
Full Body- $16.00
Color: (Same Requirements as above. Shading add $2.00. Background cost negotiated on a per-job basis.)
These differ from character sketches with backgrounds in that it is specifically designed to tell a story with the final image. I will probably ask the client a lot of questions in order to develop a solid, focused idea to communicate. It always helps if the client offers something or someone for the character in the scene to react to or interact with, among other things. If you want one of these, please keep this in mind.
Base price: $30.00
The Fine Print
All prices listed are minimum and may be adjusted based on the complexity of the job as specified by the client. All payments to be made through PayPal. 1/3 of the total agreed upon price must be paid up-front as a gesture of good faith. No exceptions. Work will begin as soon as the deposit is made. The remainder will be due upon delivery to the client of a low-resolution, watermarked version of the final image(s). Full, un-obscured high-resolution image will be delivered (digitally) upon receipt of the balance.
The client may use the image however they wish and redistribute it as they deem necessary, provided the signature and credit to the artist remains intact an the image remains unaltered save for purposes of protected uses such as for parody. The artist (myself) reserves the right to retain a copy of the original work for professional use, (i.e. inclusion in portfolio of work).
All first contacts for commissioning to be conducted via noting the artist (me).
Standards: No pornography, sexual situations, fetishes, hentai, gore, misogyny, racism, or extreme violence (do I really need to list all the variations of the same thing? You get the idea). The artist reserves the right to discern what each of these entails and the right to refuse any work deemed to veer too close to qualifying as any of the above.
Aesthetics: I don't draw anime. I could do it, but my heart just won't be in it, or I'll end up adding enough internal structure so that it won't look like anime any longer. The best way to approach any artist I believe, about aesthetics is to view their work and if you like it, trust that they'll continue in the same vein.
Same goes for chibis.
Fan Art: Not something I usually do unless it's a fandom I myself find I am invested in, and my own interests are rather specific. Odds are it's not going to happen unless you start offering me money in quantities I can't easily refuse.
All that said, I'm looking forward to helping you with your artistic wants and needs.