I'll open 4 slots. You can see your commission status here.
I usually do my piece in stages like this:
Sketch Rough paint/color scheme Lineart (if using line) Cleaning up, polishing Finished work.
So that is what I'm gonna offer to you.
If you commission a full artwork, you can request any stage from the WIP if you feel like wanting it.
All of the prices mentioned below are listed under the assumption that it only features one character and no/simple background.
Abstract, graphic-design-like background will cost you just $1 - $2 if you want it (it's not like there's much effort in rendering it anyway). Fully rendered background will have its own price, of course.
Prices may go up slightly if I found the design requested is a bit complicated. For example like FF-style clothing (with all those zippers and belts..), interlocking scale armor, nano-weave, a lot of visible moving mechanical parts, Transformers (the live-action version), cathedral-like building interior and exterior, Avatar's Pandora.....
For vehicles like bikes, cars, tanks, aircrafts, rockets, starships, and mobile asteroids, the price would be the equivalent of a full-body commission.
Portrait/partial/waist up : US$ 5
Full-body : US$ 7
Portrait/partial/waist up : US$ 7
Full-body : US$ 10
Portrait/partial/waist up : US$ 14
Full-body : US$ 17
Portrait/partial/waist up : US$ 20
Three-quarters (thighs and above) : US$ 25
Full-body : US$ 30
Like I said, I offer you a functional, usable commission in a form of wallpaper-sized image, like:
- 800 x 600 - 1280 x 720 - 1440 x 900
- 1024 x 768 - 1280 x 768 - 1280 x 960
- 1024 x 600 - 1366 x 768 - 1280 x 1024
- 1152 x 768 - 1280 x 800 - 1920 x 1080
- iPhone 320 x 480 Galaxy S2 480 x 800 iPad 2048 x 1536
- iPhone 4 640 x 960 Galaxy S3 720 x 1280 Galaxy Tab 1280 x 800
- iPhone 5 640 x 1136 Galaxy S4 1080 x 1920
And various other size and aspect ratio available.
To ensure clarity and sharpness of the artwork, I'll be using 200-300 DPI resolution instead of the normal 72 DPI.
If your gadget's screen/resolution is very small, I'll work in larger canvas with appropriate aspect ratio, then resize it later.
If you want, say, a pack of wallpaper in various sizes for your many gadgets, please let me know.
Classic print-sized (A5, A4, A3, Letter, etc) forms are also acceptable if you want that instead.
I use a Dell Inspiron N4110 when I'm out (and a PC when I'm in my room), second-generation Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch, PaintTool SAI with custom self-made brushes and textures, and Photoshop CS6.
Send me a Note subjected "Commission Request" with the following content:
I am primarily accepting PayPal as the mode of payment (I don't accept dA Points, sorry), but if you don't have an account, I can mail you a PayPal invoice so you can use your credit or debit card to pay me. Don't worry, it's completely safe. You can read more about it in PayPal's official site.
With that said, though, I'd really prefer just doing normal sending-money-personal-transaction whenever possible, because there's a fee involved in online invoicing. And I heard there's a limit on how many times a buyer w/out account can pay before they have to make an account.
Please send a 50% down payment as an incentive for me to do your commission. I will tell my PayPal account via Note.
I will send you a few sketch for your approval.
After you approve the sketch and sending the rest of the payment, I'll work towards finishing it.
If you only want to commission a sketch, just pay in full up front.
Make sure you sent the money as "Personal Payment", not "Online Purchase" (Unless you are from India or really wants PayPal to deduct fees from your money).
If you commissioned a fully-rendered artwork with detailed background, it may take up to 4-5 days, counted from your approval of the sketch. If it's really damn complicated, it'll probably took a week.
If there's only a simple or no background, of course it'll be done faster, perhaps 3 days at most.
Please don't give me a deadline. It's stressful enough dealing with college assignments' deadline, much less a commission. But I'll give you my word that I will finish it as fast as possible.
I'm just a student who likes to see cute 2D girl and has only been learning to make them myself (seriously) in 4 years. Before that, I only draw crappy shonen fanarts
"Merely drawing female is easy.
Making them cute is not."
That's why I disagree with those who said anime-styled art is easier. If you mean easier said than done, I agree completely.
Much of my favorite works comes from Pixiv and Danbooru (an imageboard that collects works from Pixiv), so it can't be displayed here. You'll be amazed at how much difference of artistic skill between Pixiv users and dA users....