and are now taking commissions through . Please go through this page to find pricing and hire us for work.
So, I spent the year of 2016 basically giving away work. While I have enjoyed doing this, it has not been cheap and, honestly, it has not been fair, either to me or to the many talented artists who have lost potential business because I've been poaching their clients. With that in mind, I will no longer be giving out as much free stuff. I will still give out the occasional gifts, and, of course, I will still be happy to collaborate with people; I just won't be giving out as much. Hopefully, this will encourage people to spend a little extra and purchase services, instead.
First off, here's how this will work: when you want me to do something for you, contact me via dA notes. I will respond within 24 hours unless there is a major catastrophe that prevents me from being able to (and I mean MAJOR- think biblical flood or the loss of the entire Western seaboard or the dA servers going down for a week; those are all equivalent, right?). I will let you know if I can do what you want; if I'm not certain, I'll ask for clarification. I will also give you a tentative price, based on the figures posted below. Once we've settled on what you expect me to do and the price for it, I'll let you know how long I expect your commission will take me and you will be able to pay me through my Paypal link. Work on your commission will commence from the moment I am paid.
. $10.00 per page for a look-over of your manuscript. Look-overs are a single pass and intended only to give feedback regarding significant structural or mechanical flaws in your text. The price of a look-over is subtracted from the price of developmental or copy-editing if one of those services is purchased for the same work at a later date.
. $0.03 USD per word of the original text for developmental editing or copy editing. If I ADD words to your story, the cost is $0.30 USD per word, and I retain rights to my edits until I am paid. You always retain rights to your original (unedited) work. Generally speaking, you can expect that I will edit between one and three thousand words in a day, depending on my workload.
. I will write hero, villain, and wild card profiles, including profiles for supporting characters, for a flat fee of $25.00 USD plus $25.00 USD per page after the second (yes, this means that the first TWO pages cost only $25.00).
. I will write profiles for settings and organizations for a flat fee of $40.00 USD for the first two pages and $25.00 USD per additional page.
. I will write original stories for characters for $25.00 USD per page.
All rates are figured based on Calibri 11pt font, double-spaced between paragraphs and 1.15 spaces between lines.
Visual Arts Services:
All rendering services are now handled through - I'll be happy to work on a commission for you, but we've standardized our rates. Please contact either or myself in our notes or talk to us on discord.
The rules are:
1. Post all rules
2. Write 8 facts about your character
3. Tag 8 people
4. Write the name of the character with its owner.
In this installment, I’m giving a little more insight into my superhero dispatcher, Network…
1. Anne was surprisingly ruthless; while she generally tried to avoid killing people either directly, indirectly, or by accident, she would not hesitate to arrange the death of someone or something that she concluded was a threat to her city.
3. Anne worked out vigorously and religiously and counted calories, but had a weakness for beer and pizza. She dreaded the day when her metabolism would slow to the point that she had to give up expensive, syrup-flavored lattes.
4. Anne was the sole proprietor and employee of White Hack Information Security (WHIS) Services, a modestly successful firm specializing in testing and upgrading physical and network securities for businesses and extremely private individuals.
5. Anne had several patents for inventions, although she didn’t directly sell any of them. In particular, her extrapolative internet security software is still considered to be, bar none, the best in the trade, and her nanotech communications devices (called microbuds) were unrivaled pieces of technological genius. Although Anne had had a great deal of help and input from Minerva in designing these items, the initial idea and design considerations were entirely her own.
6. Anne spoke English and a plethora of computer programming languages. Apart from these, Anne was only fluent in swearing, but in that particular area, she had graduate level skill in several languages including Russian, German, Spanish, and Hebrew. Minerva was able to do real-time translation in order to allow Anne to listen to or write in almost any language, but could not give Anne the ability to actually speak a foreign tongue.
7. Anne was slightly far-sighted, but not enough to require vision correction. The glasses she wore were non-prescription and served as a platform for Minerva to project information directly into Anne’s eyes.
8. Anne had a fondness for miniatures strategy games such as Warhammer and Space Marines; paradoxically, she disliked Go and Chess, despite being a master, as she felt the rigidly defined variables did not accurately reflect the organic evolution of a conflict.
So... time to tag another eight. I'll admit that most of the people I'm likely to tag have probably already been tagged half a dozen times, so feel free to ignore me if you want to, but... I'm gonna try to come up with another eight things that people might want to know more about. Here goes:
1. 's Strikeforce
2. 's Galactic Coalition
3. 's Rads & Radicals
4. 's Morningstar Clan
5. 's West End Girls Detective Agency
6. 's Walker Incorporated
7. 's IDOL
8. 's Paragon Academy
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Current Residence: North Las Vegas
Favourite genre of music: Folk and country- anything I can sing along to
Personal Quote: If I was gonna let a little thing like dying slow me down, I'd never get anything done.