Thanks to everyone who has expressed interest in commissioning D&D and other rpg and character related art from me. These are my current rates - please check out the prices and FAQ below for more information, or email me if you have any questions!
Groups of 4+ items, either headshots or full bodies, are discounted by 20%.
Prices for illustrations for a standard size rpg module or booklet:
Full page scenes - 400
half page scenes - 250
quarter page scenes - 150
quarter page character illustrations (no background) - 100
How do I commission you?
If you're okay with the prices above, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can have a conversation about it, no pressure. (I'm not a used car salesman!)
What happens next?
I'll ask for detailed character descriptions and, if the character is based on you or a friend or other person, 4-5 good pictures of them, especially the face. The more information you provide, the better. I'll send a rough draft halfway through the process and get feedback to make sure it's headed in a direction you want, and if that's all good, will take it to final, make any last little tweaks, and send an invoice.
What formats of payment do you take?
Paypal's preferred but I'll take Squarecash, Venmo, or a check in the mail if that's preferred!
Is there anything you don't like to draw on characters?
Non-artistic nudity, gore, etc. I'm also not as good with monsters, horses or anthro/furry characters, though not explicitly against drawing them especially if it's a group. (Just in the interest of full disclosure!)
Why do you charge ___ dollars for this?
There are a lot of hours involved even when painting digitally and I try to provide a good value for the work I put into this stuff!
Do you want attribution every time I use it?
That's not always necessary! Just don't crop out my signature purposefully :P If someone asks where your portraits are from I'd appreciate a shout out! As for me, I'll retain rights to: 1) have it in my portfolio, 2) use it in materials to promote my art and commissions, and 3) print it in postcards or sketchbooks at cons.
I'm understanding about a lot of stuff so don't be afraid to ask. Thanks!