STATUS: taking a limited number of commissions now.
A portrait of a pet? A friend battling their favorite dinosaur? Your spirit food? I will draw or paint for you almost anything (almost anything…) based on your description, a suggestion and/or a reference photo.
Select from a variety of styles and sizes on the plan you select you may receive a rough sketch of your piece-that-has-yet-to-be. Upon your approval work will begin on the final piece. Should you want me to make any reasonable adjustments or major changes now is the time!
One of a Kind!
Voila! You will receive an e-mail of your final piece. Shipping information and final payment will be exchanged and your new art will be sent off to it’s new home!
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The Important Details
Paypments 50% up front, 50% upon completion.
Because so much of the work that goes into creating art happens well before it is finished all commissions will be paid for in a 2 payment process. This ensures that you only pay for what you are satisfied with and that the art slave (that’s me!) is properly compensated for their time and materials.
First payment will take place upon ordering a commission slot.
Second payment will take place after the final image is unveiled via e-mail.
Shipping price will be quoted before the commission begins and included in the final invoice.
Revision And Sketch Process...
Depending on what you request you may have at least one round of revisions. During this process I will send what is called a “rough sketch” of what the final piece will look like.
Please be mindful that improvisation is a big part of the way I create.
If you want more revisions beyond what is included there will be an additional hourly charge for extended revisions.
COMMISSION FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
“Do you only do portraits?”
Not at all. I would love to hear if you have a fun concept like: a kangaroo with a robot popping out of it’s pouch, or a painting inspired by your favorite line of a poem.
“Can you just do a scribble drawing for me?”
YES! Do I make the scribble? Do you? We can hash out the details over email!
“Can you COPY this picture/painting?”
No. That’s rude. But I can do my own rendition of an idea based on another picture/painting. Think of it as a band covering a song
“Can you draw me but in the style of (name another artist)?”
Does Taco Bell serve Big Macs?
“So I need artwork for the cover of my book/album/t-shirt”
This would be an art licensing request, which I am always interesting in hearing. You can contact me via email to discuss.