The amount of orders on the waiting list is still large.
It may sounds ridiculous, but I am still working on the 2016 orders for general commissions and 2017 orders for high priority commissions, all of them remain the original prices when the order built.
However, since the situations are changed including the cost of living. I have to change some rules of my commissions in order to make ends meet.
＊ Open a private list for newest price of the commissions. ＊
(2019 prices for now)
From now on, I will build a private list for the people who are already in my waiting list and willing pay in newest price of my commissions.
When I have an empty slot of the commercial work/custom commission, I will choose 1-2 newest price commissions to replace the slot.
1) I will select the earlier order number for first.
For example, No.100 will faster than No.200. (No matter what time to add)
These orders will also stay in the original waiting list, and won't change the sequence. Only remove from the list when they have done.
2) Not have a definite number for the slot per month.
It is a replacement of the commercial work/custom commission, so the number of the released slot will depend on my schedule, no actual number.
If you want to make sure you can go faster, you can do your commission as a custom commission.
3) Private list.
Because I will choose the earlier order number, not the faster sign up, so there won’t have a public list. I will contact you by Email when your turn, as always.
4) Add to the list.
Please tell me your order details in the waiting list:
c) Email (The one when you fill the form)
＊ There will have a handling fee ＊
The commission price still won’t change, but the fee will affect to the existing orders this time.
There will have 2 currency to choose for the invoice, with different fees.
1) Pay in USD : 7%
2) Pay in TWD: 4.5%
Because there is a PayPal currency conversion fee, so if your PayPal currency is not USD, pay in TWD can be cheaper than pay in USD.
If you have any other question, please don’t hesitate to let me know.
Thank you for understanding.