RULES FOR COMMISSIONS:
1: All work is paid! I don't work for free. No exceptions.
2: Work involves a Legal Document that's signed by both parts. You don't want to sign it, then we can't work.
3: Payment through PayPal.
4: Payment method can be full in advance, or 50/50. I don't accept payment through royalties or promises of payment "after project is successfully funded", unless there's a contract that stipulates this in a good orderly way.
5: I don't have a list or "menu" on my prices, because all work is relative and completely variable. Is my work to fix you a price on the time, or a time on the price, or say yes or no about specific payment and times. So please do contact me and ask.
6: Send me a note, but preferably contact me to my email: email@example.com
If you're a fan and you want to support my work, but you don't have much to pay me for an ambitious project. I sincerely advise you to reconsider. Illustrations are an expensive asset and are generally used and commissioned when there's gonna be a commercial use for them that are gonna give you a revenue. I've had people ask me about huge images with tons of details with a budget of 90 dollars. You can't expect me to give you a week of work for that. What I can do is fix you the image around the time that I consider appropriate for that pay. But expectations on huge images will have to change.
HOWEVER: more efficient ways to support are to share my images. We artists appreciate that greatly, it doesn't take much effort, and it helps us reach more people.