Hello everybody! If you're looking for my Commission details this is the right place.
Update: Animations got Expensive! T_T
Prices are in USD and always per character! You can pay with PayPal.
Character + soft edge (or anime) shading: $10
Characters for comics cost $7 But the quality is usually lower
If you want more characters on the pic it'll cost the same for them too. (2 characters: $10 + $10 = $20)
I usually make simple backgrounds but if you want something more complicated I'll draw it for a few dollars.
Dress up games: every new pose costs $10, New appearance costs $5 (clothes + eyes + hair + skin) ($10 if it's very detailed) [link]
Animation Commissions : I's a bit complicated. Se details at the bottom.
Looking around in my gallery [link] shows you my skills and the things I'm good at. I like to draw swimming girls the most, but I'm pretty good at drawing most creatures and male characters.
I'll also accept hentai, furry, mild violence and a lot of other stuff. Just ask!
I'm not good at drawing machines, vehicles and other artificial things, but I'm trying to learn it.
If you're interested send me a NOTE or contact me on email@example.com.
ANIMATION COMMISSIONS: [link]
Animation commissions turned out to take a LOT of time so I can't make them for $5/piece because I'm working for a day on one and $5 is just not enough for a day. I have to ask for 4 times more making an animation piece cost $20 and an average animation cost between $150-$300. Very expensive but That's the minimum. T_T
-A new character model costs $10 (a different perspective counts as a new model) Older existing models can be used too for free
-A new character for the same model (different clothes, eyes, hair, skin color) costs $5 ($10 for very detailed ones). They have to be relatively simple though. The different parts can be changed by the user as character customization ($10) or the characters can be simply picked out with a left/right button (free)
-A simple animation piece costs $20. This can be walking, swimming, running, some kind of struggling,... Not the length but the complexity is what counts. I usually use 5-10 for a full animation.
I hope I didn't forget anything... If you have any questions just ask!