Collections and Comissions Update

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Deviation Actions

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Seriously, what are collections for?

Commission Guide by FlyingRam

The sheet has everything price wise down but as for conditions and details continue reading:

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First as it says, I take payments through PayPal.
I have had some close calls but have yet to be ripped off but just for my protection from now on you must pay half of the commission fee up front before I begin.

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The examples are pretty self explanatory but just for clarification:

Sketches
I consider a sketch unfinished "dirty" linework with perhaps some flat tones. Construction will be erased and it will "read" clearly.

Linework
This is cleaned up linework that is not toned or colored in anyway.

Unshaded
This will be finished linework with flat colors added to it. At most it will have a cast shadow.

Shaded
This is finished linework, colored, and rendered. As good as it gets.

EDIT:
To clarify shading entails:
Rendering: Like jewels or metal
Shadows
More details on effects like magic or smoke
Lighting effects

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Details, Details, Details, AND Details....

Model Sheets
I used to offer model sheets but they took too much time and the price didn't cover the cost so if you want something like that I can still do it but I'll treat it as a regular commission will extra characters.

Comics
I can do comic pages but that would have to be negotiated page by page but off the bat know that the time investment might make it pricey.

Time
Depending on how complex the picture is I try to keep the time to complete at about three days. I do tend to work slow but if I take your money know that it is a personally priority, as it should be. X3

Content
I'm willing to do tasteful nudity or mature content but nothing explicitly x rated.
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Another thing done that I kept putting off.
Geez, I can't stand those.. Doesn't life get tired of storing em for us?