I've been asked often by first time commissioners what my pricing is, and I would like to make a definitive post to how it works out. My base price for illustrative commissions currently is 60 US$, and 70 US$ if it is to be in colour. By base price, by definition, is the amount for a 1-page commission, subject to incremental increase by # of pages, or scope of idea, as well, in the rare instance where I may get a request for the commission physically sent (and subject to s/h).
But hey, there's also a discount on my Patreon - patreon.com/gothicgreenhouse via the 10$ and 25$ pledges. Something to consider?
Any current commissions still pending (you know, and I know who you are) are still entailed by amount discussed and agreed to. Thanks again for your continued support! -Matt
Alt Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Book EndingAfter Charlie and his family had gone into the factory and starting living there. there was a knock at the door. "Charlie, could you open the door?" said Mrs. Bucket kindly. "Certainly." said Charlie politely, he opened the door and there stood Violet Beaureguarde, blue with a shade of purple and looking very sad. "Violet, what are you doing here?" he asked. "Oh Charlie, It's been awful." said Violet miserably, "After that gum incident in the inventing room, I felt very sorry for myself and lonely. I feel like I need someone kind enough to comfort me and the only person I know is you."
"You actually care for me?" said Charlie in a puzzled manner. "Yes." sniffed Violet with tears in her eyes, "I've been seeing how kind you were throughout the tour and your kindness struck me, I wanna be with you!". Charlie took Violet's hand and walked her into the factory. "Well well well." said Grandpa Joe when the two came back in, "If it isn't the not so great gum chewer Violet Beaureguarde! What ar