CAN I COLOR YOUR PICTURES?
Any picture released as a coloring page may be used and colored by anyone without asking. Otherwise there are coloring pages released on my Patreon. None of these may be sold or used as bases, but may be displayed on Social Media for any person who wants to show off their coloring skills.
HOW LONG DOES AN AVERAGE PROJECT TAKE?
Depending on the project, a commission may take anywhere from 48 hours to a full month. This is fully dependent on the detail and scope of the commission. Clients are kept up to date on the progress of their commission once a week, along with an ETA for when it may be finished.
I WANT A COMMISSION BUT IT'S TOO EXPENSIVE, WHAT CAN I DO?
For those on a tight budget I offer payment plans for art. This is no different from the usual payment, and must all be paid before the art will be given, however the invoice may be paid in pieces and has no fixed due date. When the invoice has been fully paid the commission will be started as per normal. Refunds in this case work the same way as described Payment and Refunds.
CAN I RESELL MY COMMISSION, AND IF SO, FOR HOW MUCH?
Much like in the world of physical art, any commission bought in full may be sold for any amount. It can not be claimed as your own or sold under false pretenses, nor may it be sold more than once by the same seller as duplicates fall under commercial licensing. From sketches to reference sheets anything may be resold once at any price.
WHY ARE YOU SHOWING OFF MY COMMISSION?
I reserve the right to show any and all commissions as examples of my work. If for some reason a client does not want their commission shared, please make this clear upfront before the start of the commission.
WHAT'S WITH THE USD FEES FOR CHANGES, EDITS, AND DESIGNS?
Over time I have come to discover that without a clear understanding of what a client wants through references that it can take an extra hour or more to design something from scratch such as a tattoo, or an outfit. In these instances it increases the price of the commission to compensate for my time spent designing, researching, and workshopping. Fees for extra edits and changes occur when there have been too many to be covered by the allotted changes offered by each commission and my time spent is greater so needs to be compensated.