Commission Information *OPEN*
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Published: February 9, 2013
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CONTACT ME:

  • CCAYCO@ROCKETMAIL.COM

PAYMENT:


TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

By hiring me, you are legally agreeing with the following terms and conditions:
  • Full payment required before work begins. Small changes along the way are welcome. "Small" is determined by me.
  • Drastic changes to an agreed on design after work has already begun may result in addition costs. "Drastic" is determined by me.
  • You will not reproduce and/or distribute, for commercial purposes, any product, unless rights are purchased (see below).
  • You may purchase the rights and/or master .PSD file to any piece, for commercial purposes (ie: reprints, resell, mass production, etc), for a fee. Fee is determined by me.
  • will never reproduce or resell any product/piece of work you ordered from me without consent/permission.



PRICES:


INK ILLUSTRATION:

  » $150USD per character

  • Inked and Colored with COPIC MARKERS
  • 11x14" 100lb paper
  • Full body, headshot, or bust shot
  • Simple backgrounds included
  • Detailed backgrounds can be added at extra cost (price varies on what's involved)
  • FREE SHIPPING in the US (includes tracking)
  • SHIPPING outside of US adds $40USD to the cost
Big Daddy Commission by ccaycoPokemon GO Trainer Commission by ccaycoMary Jane Iron Spider Commission by ccaycoJack and Sally Commission by ccaycoAzir Commission by ccayco

DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION/PAINTING:

  » $150USD per character
  • Full body, headshot, or bust shot
  • Simple background included
  • Detailed backgrounds can be added at extra cost (price varies on what's involved)
  • JPEG or PNG emailed
Gwen Sketch by ccaycoMaleficent by ccaycoAvatar Korra by ccayco




REALISTIC DIGITAL PORTRAIT:

  » $250 per character
    • Headshot or bust shot
    • JPEG or PNG emailed 
    • No background
    6 - Copy by ccaycoNew Canvas - Copy by ccayco







    Comments22
    anonymous's avatar
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    HIGRIPHON's avatar
    HIGRIPHONStudent Digital Artist
    One question, to what date will it be possible to ask commissions?
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Hi! I am open for commissions. What are you interested in getting done?
    HIGRIPHON's avatar
    HIGRIPHONStudent Digital Artist
    I just want to know if you have a definite date where you will close the commissions, I can ask you something at the beginning of next month.
    Termnal's avatar
    how much would a cast o f about 6 characters cost?
    johnnyd2's avatar
    johnnyd2Hobbyist Writer
    Thats expensive xd
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Haha, well 'expensive' is subjective. I've been doing freelance for a while and these are where my prices are now.
    johnnyd2's avatar
    johnnyd2Hobbyist Writer
    is there a price for normal art? IE not a poster or playmat?
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    What are you looking to have done? If you want to get into specifics, just Note me.
    johnnyd2's avatar
    johnnyd2Hobbyist Writer
    noted you
    GreatRoscoe's avatar
    So your not taking anymore orders until next year :(
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Correct. But I am taking names to add to my waitlist for Feb.
    chickenMASK's avatar
    chickenMASKHobbyist Digital Artist
    hi there. i have a question: what type of markers do you use for your mats? i've always wanted to color my mats, but i never knew which type or brand is best for the surface material. i'm afraid of having the ink bleed all over the mat
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    I use Graffiti brand fabric markers to do my coloring. I have a full tutorial on my YouTube Channel if you want more information about the other stuff I use when doing my mats.
    DRSKK's avatar
    The image file needs to be edited in Photoshop (Which you can download a free trial of.) to be 24.5" x 14.5". They provide a template with guide lines you can use to make sure the image is set right. Essentually there is about a quarter inch of the edge of the image cut off to make sure it bleeds onto the mat properly. The reason they say .5 is so you have another quarter inch before your actual image so it isn't fading off the edge of the mat.
    DRSKK's avatar
    Kinda glad I got mine done when I did then, before the price was raised XD. Really love the product though, finally arriving on Thursday as a mat.
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Haha yeah it just takes so much time. I hope it comes out good. Who did you order it through?
    DRSKK's avatar
    [link] And it came out wonderful. It was about another $30 after shipping, editing the image file myself with their instructions.
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    What did they have you change?? Im curious, in case I need to change something
    DRSKK's avatar
    Essentially the needed me to convert it to a photoshop file and make sure everything lined up properly with a bit of extra bordering so the image bleed onto the mat correctly. They provide a video for instructions.
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Oh okay. What website did you order from? I used the dimensions in the description of eRolj, but I guess Ill base it off of inches instead of pixels from now on. Thanks!
    DRSKK's avatar
    I already linked that
    ccayco's avatar
    ccaycoProfessional General Artist
    Oh I must have skipped over that.
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