How to Commission an ArtistI've been commissioning artists for a little over two years now, starting with site money on GaiaOnline and moving to dA from there. One thing that's hard for me to ignore is the number of artists who are concerned about being scammed, either because they've gone through that experience before or because the stories and warnings of it happening all the time proliferate. Commissioners have their own concerns about being scammed by artists. The simple fact of the matter is that it happens.More Like This
However, I think a good portion of the problem is that many people who want to commission an artist have no experience doing so, and it's not as easy to find instructions on it as, say, how to draw anime eyes. That's why I'm making this guide.
It should be noted that while I mention commissioning through other websites now and then, this is meant as to general guide, and all of the examples are from deviantart.com. Also, this does not
commission informationCommissions are still open! I'll be on vacation really soon so I'll have extra time to get some done!More Like This
There's one slot for each week of 2015, I add them as they get filled
Here's the new form if you'd like to order something: http://goo.gl/forms/BFTIXjfTEF
All commissions are for your personal use only. You are free to repost them as long as you credit me. You can color, or hire some to color, your commission as long as, if posted somewhere, the description makes it clear who did what (also please tell me, I'd like to see it!).
In general, I will draw anything I could post on DA without a mature content tag. Mature content will be judged case by case. I reserve the right to refuse a request.
If you cancel for any reason, you will get a partial refund based on the amount of work done. If I cancel myself, I will refund in full regardless of progress.
Slots are filled I order of payment received. One slot is available per