Right. So, I wanna eat, and I wanna feel like my art is worth something tangible. But mostly, I'm hungry and I don't think my dad can delay our household debt for long enough.
Here is my commission info:
1. Drawing: $5
Minimal shading, moderate detail, normally done for requests and sharing purposes. Price is dependant on amount of effort.
2. Detailed Drawing: $8 (profile) $12 (full-body)
High shading, high detail (needs explanation, of course), normally character profiles or full-body pictures. Price is, again, dependant on effort required.
3. Drawing with background / many characters: $20
Also applies if the whole page is filled. Moderate shading, moderate detail. A midpoint of sorts.
4. Detailed drawing with detailed background: $30
The best of the best. Full shadings, full detail, lots of pre-planning and description required - some artistic license may apply. Rest assured I will put the best I can into it.
Landscape 'epic' battle scenes count as no. 4, although you get a discount if I enjoyed drawing it. I do, really, really like drawing battles. Prices are negotiable before
I start drawing and not after. WIPs can be privately shared upon request.
Rule I: I take a varied amount of time to complete things. You can remind me if I'm taking too long, but in the end, I need to take my own time to complete this up to the standard.
Rule II: Don't ask me why you have to pay for stuff when I do some things for free. Different rules for different people. Sometimes I have bad days. It doesn't matter.
Rule III: Please always acknowledge me if you are going to share any of my work. I thought it'd be common principle, but as usual, I was horribly mistaken.
Ignore the points thing. We humans cannot eat points, sadly.