COMMISSION: DRAWINGS, Linearts and Graphite Greys
15 USD: "Chibi", distorted character LINEART.
20 USD: simple Character bust/face, no background.
25 to 30 USD: more complex works focused around a single main character, in black and white or graphite greys. (there may be secondary characters, and backgrounds... again, price depends of complexity.
30 to 40+ USD Referential price for a more complex scene, with more than one character interacting, more complex backgrounds, etc etc. Price it's only referential, as depends of complexity.
(To more complex commissions -depending of themes, characters, difficulty, number of characters, poses, perspective, complex or tedious armor, blah, etc, designs, more complex backgrounds, archicectural commissions and landscapes, etc- the price will be determined for complexity)
- In principle, commissions are in black and white, hand-draw, as I'm not allways avaible for colouring or digital colouring .
Therefore: Ask for avaibility! And In the case that the commissioner wants a coloured drawing, I consider this a second commission, paid in an independent way. The Price will depend on the complexity!
I must add, I'm not much of a colourist at hearth!
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE COMMISSIONS:
All commissions are paid via Paypal. Normally I prefeer to be paid once I have done the commission or a WIP of it. (I don't like being paid beforehand)
My prefereed contact method it's with notes in deviantArt.
I don't draw things banned from dA, things I'm not comfortable drawing, comics and fan art in general (with some exceptions from work of people I know in internet, or anime/cartoons I like in my own enough to draw as well. XD)
I will/may upload the commission in my deviantArt Gallery, and the commissioner can request a high resolution copy by e-mail.
I reserve myself the right to accept or not a commission. This could be due theme, being busy in "real life" outside of the internet, artblock, lack of inspiration, etc... I don't know.
I reserve the right to post the commissioned artwork it in my dA page, pixiv, tumblr or other internet sites operated by me with non-profit goals. As well, I reserve the right to show the illustrations in exhibitions and my portafolio, but won't reproduce the commission for profit.
Doubts or interested, send me a note!
What I prefeer to do:
- Original Characters (Fantasy scenarios for the best, then Sci-fi ones a bit less XD)
- themes I draw in my gallery as well XD
IMPORTANT! ORDER OF COMMISSIONS!
If you want to commission you, BE WARNED! I'm a hobbyst, not a professional! I draw for fun, and from inspiration.
While normally I try to follow an order between the people that commissioned me in certain order, true to be told I don't work with a schedule, but from inspiration.
I'm quite sorry then for my randomly way of doing commissions.
AUDITION CLOSED! But Points are always welcomed!
Auction for Item 6,000
the dA points I get here would be used to try to get some Commissions points, to get and give away a premium membership, make the World-of-Aiers a supergroup... or nothing. It really depends how many points I gather, really. XD
Since last time I made an auction -auctioning 52 alternate pics!- and raised 70,000 points it's only LOGICAL that auctionig a single BOG THE BARBARIAN I will get hundreds of thousands of millions of billions more points! So don't worry, I can always change the points goals for more, as everybody of you is clearly so eager to GET THAT ITEM 6000!
IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS A POINT RAISING EVENT. To make a bid, you must donate here, and comment in the pic: the points you donated, even if you don't get the "Item", aren't returned, neither can be changed to other "Item". This being clear, I'm extremly thankful for everybody donating points in a fictional auction!!
DO I GET SOMETHING FROM THIS?The one who adquire the original version for "Item 6000" will get a drawing request of BOG THE BARBARIAN -in the variation you prefeer-. May do something as well for the other happy owners... but more a gift tan a request in their case!
Pamelian Exiles - Journey to the EastJune, 3201 a.a.H.
The Muhbahr Ocean, somewhere off the coast of Hin, near the port city of Khambavati
Leena Lafiel never felt so far away from home.
As a warm breeze swept over the deep blue waters of the vast Muhbahr Ocean, waves lapping vigorously against the rusted-steel hull of the cargo ship, she took in a strong whiff of salty air, hoping the open deck up top would clear her head. The bowels of the ship, from the narrow hallways to the tiny cabins, reeked of rust-tinted sludge and years of sweaty, unwashed bunk-sheets. There was only so much her nose could take and spending the last leg of the journey trapped inside the hull didn’t exactly sound fun to her.
But things were different. So much had changed. Even the air didn’t set her mind at ease. It was foreign to her, tinged with sand and tropical leaves. It was nothing like the dry smell of harvested wheat in fall or the sweet scent of grapes growing in vineyards in the summer. Those were the old smells of Pameli
The boots of the dwarves echoed down the mine. And this lack of any other sounds worried the two dwarves. Specially as they were walking among dozens if not hundreds of goblins, silently staring at them from the dark.
“By Ergundra, I would have never thought these creatures could be so silent” one of them said, nervously checking again the leather bag with the orders and plans they had to carry. “I feel like any moment, one of their grabby hands will put a dagger between my ribs, I tell you!”
“For something you wear armour, no? So shut up and let’s keep going.” His armed escort hissed from behind the chainmail that covered her face, for she was indeed a female, but only who had often dealt with dwarves would identify as feminine her gravelly voice.
They made other turn. Yet more goblins there stood silently, hanging from the beams, standing. Watching. But making no move.
“Gods be damned” the messenger complained again. “This smell like doublecross. This STINKS like doublecross. Next turn they will fall over us, that’s for sure”. He cursed his luck for being chosen for this mission.
“It’s more probable here to die from shoddy craftsgoblinship here than an ambush” the escort told the courier, trying to ease him as she pointed some of the beams of the tunnel. “Goblin mines. Mind your head.”
As they crouched under a broken beam, the courier saw a menacing goblin, staring at him and cleaning her nails with a knife.
“How can you be so sure?”
“If something we have in common, dwarves and goblins, is that we try to protect our children and women” this later part being said by a female dwarf warrior herself, thought as nails, would have caused a smile for the courier in other occasion. “There are too many goblin imps. Too many matrons. They won’t risk attacking us, as we cross in the middle of the tribe. If anything, they would ambush us somewhere quiet and isolated.
While the courier had worried by being surrounded by goblins of all kinds and ages, now he worried what would happen when they left them behind.
But they will complete their mission successfully, bringing the orders and plans to the newly founded Dwarf Fortress of Airomead. But the Courier was right at something. This smelled like a Doublecross. But this time wouldn’t be the goblins to do it –the goblins who had granted permission for the dwarves to build a civilian trade outpost beyond their lands, and for dwarves to use their tunnels as a shortcut, in exchange of mining tools and plans and help to build an aqueduct. Because in his leather bag, was precisely the order for the civilian trade outpost was the secret order for the trade outpost –turned fortress- to begin the war against the Goblins from both flanks, to take the tunnels they wanted and needed for trade.