Q: What types of commissions do you offer?
A: I offer character art (portraits, full character and character turn arounds), full illustrations, environment and prop art. I will on occasion accept graphic design projects if it is a good fit. If you are have an idea that you don't think falls into any of these categories, still feel free to inquire, I am always willing to explore new creative projects
Q: Why do you have different detail levels? What are they?
A: The different detail levels help me determine how much time your project will take which help me determine your price. Most of my 'finished' work includes a process of a sketch, followed by inks (line art), flat colors and shading. Depending on which detail level you chose you will be 'stopping' the process early. This is great if you are looking for a cheaper option.
Q: How much are your commissions
A: My commissions are priced on a case by case basis, in order to give the most fair price.
Q: What is the difference between a personal and commercial commission?
A: Personal commissions are any thing purchased by an individual for personal use, (ex. drawing of yourself, your D&D character, a painting for a friend, concept art for your book) where as commercial commission is for a business or professional product (ex. Book cover or book illustrations, business logo, character design for a tv show or video game) The main difference is that with commercial commission, the client intends to resell or trademark the art. Commercial commissions are priced higher than personal commissions and may include royalty agreements.
Q: What is the deposit fee?
A: My deposit fee is 50% of the total commission price and guarantees your spot on my calendar. So you will pay 1/2 before and 1/2 on completion.
Q: How long will my commission take
A: My average completion time is 2 weeks for a single illustration, starting when I receive the deposit. Rush orders can be requested with an additional fee.