COMMISSION GUIDE, PRICES, & INFO
The order form is linked at the bottom of this guide.
The prices in each tier are base, or starting prices for single-character/subject projects. If the subject is more detailed or complex, the price will be adjusted accordingly. Final quotes will always be given before an invoice is created. Invoices will not be sent until both artist and commissioner are in agreement on the total price for a project.
All prices are in USD. Payments and invoices will be made through Paypal unless otherwise indicated (art specials typically use Ko-Fi).
Full payment policy, including information on usage, cancellations, and refunds, is available in the Terms of Service.
All commission types are available for non-humanoid characters and subjects (providing said subjects are not outside the scope of the Terms of Service). Depending on the complexity of character/project content, there will likely be a ‘critter discount’ applied (and explained) to the quote of your project.
For instance, a Chibi type of commission may be $15 for an MLP character with a relatively simple design (would not include clothing).
As stated at the top of this page, you will receive a quote before any invoicing/work begins, so there’s no harm in submitting a slot request if you’d like to see if your critter character is eligible.
THE EXTRA STUFF
Clothing and Accessories:
In each tier’s base price range, a simple non-patterend outfit is included. Simple outfits include things like pants/jeans/slacks/skirt, tunic/sweater/hoodie/blouse/vest, and some minor accessories like earrings/rings/necklace/crown.
If your project includes extra clothing, accessories, formal wear, or the items are patterned (plaid, polka dots, stripes) 10-20% of the full project cost will be added on for each subject/character wearing more detailed clothing.
Armor, Weaponry, and Props:
These elements are not included in the base price for each tier and will be priced individually based on complexity.
At this time, any armor more complex than ‘enhanced leather armor’ is not available. It is possible to simplify some pieces of armor to look more sturdy than formal wear in order to give the character that ‘adventurer’ look. If you’re aiming for this type of outfit, we can absolutely discuss it during the quote-building process!
If more than 60% of the additional character(s) is(are) visible, that character will be priced as an individual subject. [Example: Sketch, Half-Body, 2 characters; if character #2 is over %60 visible, the total for both characters will be $70]
If less than 60% is visible, there may be a discount (and/or lower tier base cost) for the additional character. [Example: Sketch, Full-Body, 2 characters; character #2 is only visible from the shoulders up, would be priced as a portrait/bust instead. Therefore, character #1 = $45, character #2 = $20; subject total: $65]
Human and Humanoid Characters
Anthro /Furry Characters
Feral Animal Characters
Cheesecake / Tasteful Nudity / Suggestive
Violence / Minimal Gore (Fictional Settings Only)
Couples / Poly / Romance / Mushy
FAVES: Chibis, portraits, smaller projects
Armor (Medieval, Fantasy, Tribal)
Weaponry (Medieval, Fantasy, Tribal)
Middle Age Technologies/Objects
Mech / Machines
Non-Fictional Hateful/Prejudiced Subject Matter
Armor (Sci-Fi/High Tech/Futuristic)
Weaponry (Sci-Fi/High Tech/Futuristic)
Underage Characters outside of age-appropriate subject matter
What are small projects?
Small projects can often be done in a single art session. The following things are considered small projects.
• Single Subject
• Colored Sketches
• No/Simple Clothing
• No/Transparent/Single Color Background
• Chibi (flat color)
• Portraits/Icons/Art Specials
How 'bout large ones?
Most often, large projects are comprised of the following:
• Multiple subjects
• Full Body
• Detailed Clothing
• Backgrounds (can include pop-outs if details are desired).
There may be some crossover between what are usually cagegorized as small & large projects; each incoming project is weighed individually based on requested details/content.
Recategorization won't affect the project quote; it's simply to help determine where it will go in the queue and whether or not a project will exceed the usual three-week turnaround time.
My Terms of Service can be read on my art blog and are included in the commission order form.
They are a bit on the long side, but worth looking over if you have questions.
Information about this art special can be viewed on my blog! Click the button below to be taken to the post!