1) References of your character and what clothing/armor/weapons they will wearing/using!
2) Brief personality description so I know whether to make your character look like a saucy, grinning trickster, a brooding loner, or the sassiest lady to ever sass the seven seas.
3) What expression/pose/angle/background do you want?
5) (Optional!) Any pictures of celebrities/game characters/anime characters/etc that I can use as reference to get an idea of what you want.
However, please note the following:
- I will only begin the commission after receiving 100% of the payment. If for whatever reason, I am unable to complete the artwork for you, I will issue a full refund.
- I will only accept payment through Paypal. I'm unfortunately unable to accept gil commissions at this time.
- Elaborate details such as ornate jewelry, highly detailed clothing, complex poses/backgrounds will cause the cost to go up.
- Once the painting is finished, you are allowed only 2 rounds of minor tweaks if something is not exactly to your liking.
- If you want your portrait to be at a higher level of polish than what is shown in my example image, it will require more time and the cost will go up.
Portrait Sketch -- $15 USD
Portrait Painting -- $45 USD
Waist-Up Sketch -- $30 USD
Waist-Up Painting -- $90+ USD
Full Body Sketch -- $45 USD
Full Body Painting -- $135+ USD
1) Can I pay for a sketch now and pay the difference later to upgrade it into a painting?
2) Can I have two characters in one painting?
Yes. It just means you have to pay more or even double depending on what you have in mind.
3) What am I allowed to do with the art? Can I use it as my avatar and in my wiki?
I am 100% okay with you using the artwork you receive for nearly any personal, non-commercial reasons you have in mind whether it be for your wiki, a forum avatar, a forum signature, desktop wallpaper, etc. Giving me credit for the artwork is appreciated, but I can understand that it's not always possible in some cases (like a forum avatar).
The only surefire way to piss me off is if you:
A) You make money off the artwork or use it for some commercial purpose.
B) You claim you made it yourself.
Otherwise, almost everything goes. I actually feel really flattered when I see the pictures end up in people's wikis.