Another summer fundraiser sale. Does it relate to Otakon? I dunno. I'm still undecided as to whether I want to go or not. Id like to, but I'm not sure it's really worth it anymore. They seem to go by quicker and quicker. Plus I don't really feel like I get as much out of it as I used to. Anime has lost a lot of it's luster since I started going way back in 2000. Not that I don't still enjoy the classic stuff, but Otakon puts a strong emphasis on contemporary anime and whatever the American anime distributors pay them to plug. So paying a $100 cover charge to sample a few episodes of the latest anime DVD releases seems like a rather pointless waste of money. And I know there's a lot more to do at an anime convention than watch anime, but most of it really doesn't interest me much.
But all that's got nothing to do with this sale, really.
Each commission is as priced. One commission per slot. The reason I'm imposing this rule is so that the #2 and #3 commissioners don't have to wait too long to get served. Once your commission is done, you can request another and essentially get back in line again(if there is one).
All commissions are limited to a single character drawing. No multiple characters. No backgrounds. No elaborate Photoshop effects. This is also to keep the ball rolling.
Digital line arts are $10 each. That's JUST for line art drafts of preexisting drawings. I don't do digital line arts freehand, at least not very often. And virtually any pic goes. I'll do a digital line art draft of a drawing of yours or any other image you'd like such as old character art you've never been able to find on the net in high quality, a pic of a character you'd like reduced to flat black & white for use as a reference image, etc. I'll even make small changes to the image if you like, depending on how much work is involved.
I'll draw any one simple character pencil sketch you want for $15 and give it an additional digital line art draft. Complex designs will be $20.
As for the difference between simple and complex drawings, that'll be left up to my own discretion, on a case-by-case basis. Again, the more time spent on the drawing, the more it'll cost. For example, a sketch drawing with a digital line art draft of a Pikachu will cost $15. The same treatment for a drawing of Optimus Prime will cost $20.
Send me a note to request a commission.
The deadline to request a commission is July 23!