Credit and Contact
Conditions apply for commercial use
Do not redistribute my stock
My stocks are only free to use if you are using it for private practice. if you are using them for any paid commissions, book covers, merchandise, any form commercial work you will need to pay a royalty fee.
Credit me clearly if you have used any of my stock. Please include a link to my DeviantArt profile faestock
FAQ #81: How can I create links to other deviants, deviations, or websites?
Contact me when you have used my stock, providing me with a link to the artwork. (it is best to leave a comment on my profile)
You may post artworks containing my stock on other portfolio websites, providing there is a credit link to my DeviantArt profile near the image.
you may post on social media sites, please add a stock model credit to #faestock
NO CUT OUTS.
The only place where my stock is provided is in this account faestock
Contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org for commercial enquiries.
If the book/merchandise is being sold in any quantity (including e-books), or more than 100 copies are being made then i ask for a once of royalty fee, Using pay pal.
You can send payment to my paypal account: email@example.com
Please note if the book is free but the artist is being paid to make the cover then i ask for the fee to be paid.
Printed Books and Merchandise (i.e Book covers, Album covers, calendars, clothing, jewellery, card decks, puzzles, Manchester)
Exclusive contract only. Includes rights to E-books and promotional materiel.
1-99 copies - $50
100 - 200 copies - $75
200 - 500 copies - $150
500 - 1000 copies - $200
1,000 - 2,000 copies - $300
2,000 - 5,000 copies - $500
5,000 - 10,000 copies - $1,000
10,000 - 20,000 copies - $2,000
20,000 - 40,000 copies - $4,000
40,000 - 80,000 copies- $6,000
80,000 - 120,000 copies - $8,000
Please answer as many of these questions as you can regarding commercial projects to speed up the process:
Who is the author/maker?
Who is the publisher/manufacturer(s)?
Where will it be published/sold?
How much will your item cost?
How many copies will be made?
Can i receive a copy?
I am not a monster If you would like any of these point clarified let me know
FAQ #217: What are "Stock and Resources" and can I use them in my submissions?
FAQ #157: Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?
Challenge Challenge - Daine Winners
Using my Stock Rules
if you are not being paid to make the cover, and the book itself is not being sold on any platform and is available for free and you also credit me for the stock use, then you may use my stock image for free on the cover.
if anyone involved is making any money on the project then you need to pay my fee.
Hey, I have used one of your stock for my Photoshop study...since it is a learning level then of course no good for sell, or for commercial; is it ok I post it on my facebook? I also list your image link for sure. Here is the link of my study work. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10158586370294728&set=a.10151407939624728&type=3&theater
I read through down below and saw that others asked the same question and the response was yes, and stick to the rules. So I plan to do a live recorded painting of an Alice in Wonderland pose inside a digital painting, then show the resulting painting on my Youtube channel. I will then credit you and your work with it. Any objections let me know, thank you for your incredible, beautiful work. Oh yeah, if you want to see MY work on Youtube, it is right here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5Rd_HaogOKEcvrJ830p0ow
Quick question regarding your stock:
I plan to make some pieces where I'd be attempting to sell them as prints, and I know you have rates for using your stocks and so on... but would that still apply to not directly using them as well?
What I mean by that is that I was thinking to draw one of the poses used in one of your stock pics, but not the design, setting, etc.
This is the one I'm most interested in possibly using for my art, with the use of another in the set for understanding the leg placement in the piece.
Essentially I would be planning to recreate the pose itself for a design of my own in the piece, but would link back to you and your piece(s) to indicate that I used it as reference for the piece. With the intent to sell as prints being in perspective, would I still be subject to your rates for commercial use if the only thing lifted from it is just the pose used in the piece or no?
Just wanna make sure so I don't risk violating any rules or anything XD
If I confused you at all, lemme know and I'll reword it as best as I can ^__^;;