Comic Book Page in Full Color: $45
Comic Book Page in Black and White: $30
Comic Strip in Full Color: $25
Comic Strip in Black and White: $20
Not only am I available for other commissions, I’m also available for making comics for you!
I am available for short stories, webcomics, anthologies, graphic novels, and other long forms of comics.
I also have other miscellaneous services I can offer to make comics happen:
Scripting, Pencilling, or Inking: $30 per page
Colorist: $40 per page
Letterer: $15 per page
Formatting for Print: Email me for a quote. Prices vary depending on page size, number of pages, and other factors.
If you are interested in hiring me or if you have any questions, leave a comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll be happy to answer.
Thank you very much for reading!
$40 for a full body of a character of your choice. $20 each extra character.
$30 for a full color illustration of bust/half-body of a character of your choice. $10 each extra character.
$20 for a sketch of a character of your choice. $10 each extra character.
Detailed backgrounds (Like in the full-body above) are $15 extra.
I am now available for commissions! Right now, art-making is my only income (which is both awesome and incredibly stressful), so any help is appreciated.
I have five slots open for commissions at the moment. If you would like to work with me, email me at email@example.com and include…
- Your name and email
- The price of the commission.
- What you want me to draw you. I’m ok with long descriptions and/or source images.
I’m fine with any subject matter, but I reserve the right to decline. If I do, I’ll give you a reason. I can also draw something outside of the bust/half-body/full-body (like an icon, etc). Just ask!
Paypal only please! Only send payment when I confirm your slot. Please pay half before and half after.
If you cannot get a commission from me, then please visit my Store and share this post.
Thank you so much!
Today I knuckled down and started a four-page anthology submission. I even shared it on Facebook and Twitter, but I’ll share it here, too. Sorry for the crap quality, but I took the picture with my phone:
It’s called The Story of Queen Padmini and it’s based on true events, detailed in my favorite book at the moment, Women Warriors: A History.
Speaking of Women Warriors, I’m planning on making a new series of illustrations. Keep your eye on my Tumblr for updates, because that’s where the series will make their first appearance!
On the vlogging front, you might have noticed there was no update this week. Sorry!
My mind has been on getting new gigs lately, to add to what I have going at the moment. I’ll be opening up for commissions within the next few days, so keep checking in.
And speaking of gigs and commissions, I drew caricatures for three years. I think I might get back into that for a bit…
As much as I love making comics, I also really miss interacting with customers when drawing caricatures. That was always the fun part of any day.
Anyway, I’ll be updating this blog a lot more often now. I’m aiming to update every day, so keep checking back for news and sketches (and other awesome things!).
See that comic page up top? That’s the first (yet unfinished) page of Charlie & Clow.
So in a previous blog post here, I said that I would be having a Kickstarter campaign for this comic. Well, it’s not happening, at least not for a few months.
Why did I cancel it?
Well the biggest reason is that I don’t have all the comic pages finished. It’s hard to fund a book when it isn’t even finished yet.
I do want to keep this comic black and white because I feel it fits the tone of the story (not to mention black and white pages are just faster and more fun to make).
“What’s the story about?” you might ask (as you should).
Charlie & Clow is about a young lady named Charlie who runs into some supernatural trouble and reluctantly teams up with a man named Clow to fight it.
Anything more than that and it would be spoilers.
However, expect some monster designs soon!
Speaking of monsters and non-human people, I added some new work to the “Commissioned Work” page that you should look at. It was the most fun and challenging character design assignment I’ve gotten thus far.
Ok, I gotta’ get back to work. I’ll see you next time.
P.S. I’m trying a new idea where I update this blog everyday. Is it ambitious? Yes.