|Commissions are open|
For now I will open new slots. First come, first serve. Just tell me you want a commission after reading my information and I'll put you up here!
Slot 4: DONE!
Slot 5: DONE!
Slot 6: Initial sketch done, painting started
Since English is not my first language I hope I make sense and if not, just talk to me. I won't bite!
Since art is mostly my hobby and my psychiatrist, I do not want to overdo it and will open slots whenever I like it. I also retain the right to turn a request down when I somehow get no idea what to do or it is a subject I cannot accomplish or whatever.
Look through my gallery to see what I can do.
My digital paintings are usually on a canvas size of 20 x 30 cm (or some format close to it, be it square or round) with a resolution of 300-600dpi, depending on the subject and the details I want to include. I have no problem with nudity or erotica or even explicit art in general, as long as I can live with it. If it is explicit I might load up a censored version here. There are things I don't paint, but we can always talk about that.
I will need some information of the character I am to paint and thus the customer will have to fill in an information sheet. You find it here sta.sh/056wtxcu7et
After receiving the information, I can decide to take the commission or ask questions, whatever.
As soon as I accept, it is a promise! I'll do a very rough sketch of the idea I have in mind and send it to the customer, discuss further details. When that is settled, the first half of the commission prize is due, the rest after finishing the painting.
If so desired I will send WIP's during the creation process, mind though, that the pictures change MUCH during the process, sometimes even in the last step, so the WIPs can be confusing too.
See the changes in these examples:
After the final payment the customer receives the link to the full version of the painting for download and I will put it to *private* after download (in case of drawings or art cards I'll send the original and charge the postal fee) and I retain the right to use the pictures in my personal portfolios or my DA gallery.
No commercial use, please! If a commercial use is wanted, I am sure we can work something out, just talk to me.
No fan-art! Unfortunately it is illegal to make profit off the stuff of a third party. Read more information here: kirara-teh-love.deviantart.com… If the original owner of the character agrees, for example an artist here, on DA, it is no problem of course.
What I am offering:
Full body painting, simple background in either painterly style or a style with clear outlines.
Such paintings, though in different styles have many details. Usually the resolution is high enough to print them out lifesize, if you want.
Yes, I would do things in the style of my *Circle Series* (see widget on the right) too.
Base prize 50 Euros.
Extra character +10 Euros. (please not more than two characters per picture )
Should you want complicated clothing, difficult tattoos, embroidery, even more jewellery (you get the point…), the prize may go up.
Something with MANY details, familiar and complete background may go up to 70 or even 80 Euros, all subject to negotiation of course.
Digital portraits. Again in my favourite canvas size.
Base prize: 30 Euros.
For a complex hairdo or extensive tattoos the prize would go up, again… communication is needed!
What else I am willing to do at the moment:
Original ACEO cards with some cute animal character (I am best with guineapigs) In this case the customer will receive the original signed card.
Base Price 15 Euros plus shipping
I think that is enough for the moment and hope those rough guidelines helped a bit.
Feel free to ask as many questions, as you like!
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