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★ Order Form ★
Order Type: (Full Painting or Sketch, Total # of Characters)
Character References/Description: Be descriptive! The more I know about your character, the better I can make the drawing. Image references heavily preferred over text, but feel free to write as much as you need as well.
Background: Backgrounds will be atmospheric or nonexistent unless specified. Backgrounds may have an additional charge, depending on complexity.
Total Payment: (For full paintings, this is negotiable)
PayPal Email: I can only accept PayPal commissions at this time. Sorry for any inconvenience!
Every commission is different. Some are more complex and difficult, some are right up my alley and finish quickly and naturally. No matter what, I put my all into every work I do. Because of this, I prefer to negotiate pricing on a project-by-project basis. A baseline for a full painting of a single figure is around $150, more or less depending on the complexity of the commission. Additional figures, complicated outfits, elaborate environments, and alternate versions would all have an additional charge, depending on how much extra work they add. That said, if you're commissioning me, you're probably coming to me for a character-based art-- I am willing and able to produce more environmental or landscape works as well, the pricing being pretty much the same as a character-based scene.
Examples of full paintings:
I can also do sketch commissions, which would be more rough and unfinished works. These are done in a single sitting, and tend to be less complex (generally more like a neutral pin-up than anything). Because of this, it's easier to set a solid price guide for sketch works.
The baseline for a character sketch is $30. Additional characters are $15 per.
Examples of sketches:
All payments will be made to the PayPal account of:
Please send me a note with your order form.
*Note: These pieces are for personal use only. For commercial commissions, please send me a note and we will discuss details.
*Note: These prices are for personal commissions only. For commercial work, please email me and we will discuss details.
★All prices are in USD.
★Payments are made through PayPal to email@example.com
★Payments are made upfront, and commissions are worked on in the order received.
Please wait until I confirm I can begin working before sending payments.
★Turnaround time varies depending on many factors, and is usually 1-3 weeks.
COMMISSION STATUS! [OPEN]Commissions are open once again!
You may send me a Note here or email me at MangaArtKnight@gmail.com if you wish to commission me.
Here I'm going to put live commissions so both parties can keep track of what's going on where. I didn't expect to get enough traffic to commissions for this to be a relevant thing!
I'm now updating with vague titles and completion percentages for better book-keeping of the work. refers to a commission from someone without a deviantART account, or an anonymous commission.
- Painting, Character x2 [PAID] "Dragon" (80%)
- Painting, Character x2 [PAID] "Cosmos" Private Work (45%)
Painting, Character x2 [PAID] "Raid" (50%)
Painting, Character x1 [PAID] "Poharan"
:iconTsubori: - Painting, Character x2 [Unpaid] "Battle"
Sketch [PAID] "Lili"
Painting, Character x1 [PAID] "Wolf"
Painting, Character x2 [Unpaid] "Gryphon"
Painting, Character x1 [Unpaid] "Shonen"
Censorship is dumb.
I think your prices are extremely fair! You're an extremely talented artist, especially since I see people on here charging half as much as you are for lower quality works.
In freelance, your work becomes owned by the person who paid you to create it, so it has to be worth the time and effort, and it has to represent all that illustration will end up doing for the commissioner. Having set prices makes it lop-sided, like, "Oh, this image would have been a $3000 piece, but since he only charges $60 for such a thing, that's all we need to do."
So... I made that clause about commercial work.
That makes sense, that would suck - it's like the lady I think who represents the movie company Columbia - I think, I forget which company - she actually never saw a dime for doing the pose. Since no one could tell the future it would be tough to price the cover of something in freelance work based on potential sell-ability if you will.