It's already the middle of the year 2015, believe it or not. Over the past six months, I've been keeping myself occupied with several personal projects (e.g. short stories, musical compositions, monthly drawings, etc.) and goals (e.g. securing a new home in Eastleigh to move into by September) in hopes of securing my future career opportunities.
Well, right now, I'm working on a new short story (based on a dream I had weeks ago) to add to a compilation (along with the currently unreleased "Red Wisp") I intend to edit and publish in the future. I'm hoping to gather enough material to make a name for myself before I start illustrating "The Airborne Chameleon," my incomplete sequel to my debut children's book, "The Standout Chameleon."
Also, with regards to one of my old conceptual projects, "Illbleed: Grand Reopening," I must stress that the entire project is unofficial and is not a real game in production
. Regardless of this, a few people have asked me whether or not I intend to bring this project to fruition. I've said it once and I'll say it again; I don't have the experience, resources or the rights (from the original creators) to do so right now.
Rest assured, should I ultimately decide to give up on this project, I'll simply turn "Grand Reopening" into a new IP with all characters from the original Illbleed removed. This new IP will come with a new story and new characters but will still be influenced in one way or another by Illbleed.
I'm still open for sketch commissions (i.e. each either rough or detailed); first come, first served. For this month, I have room for four slots.Slot 1: Open
Slot 2: Open
Slot 3: Open
Slot 4: Open
Rough sketches are $4-12 and detailed sketches are $10-26. The final price of each commission depends on complexity, quantity of pages ($1-2 for each additional page) and choice of subject (e.g. head, torso, full body, logo, weapon, etc.). All payments need to be made via PayPal.
If you wish to commission me, please provide me with details (e.g. composition, subject matter, style, etc.) on how you would like your commission to turn out. This could be "a detailed torso sketch of my character smiling to him/herself" or "a rough sketch of an angelic shotgun blade."
If you wish to include your own idea(s) and/or design(s) (e.g. characters, logos, objects, scenes, etc.), please provide me with reference material (e.g. notes, sketches, etc.).
After you give me enough details, I will create thumbnail sketches for said commission free of charge
and send them to you for approval. If you approve of my thumbnails and would like to base your final commission on them, I will announce its final price. Then, you may decide whether to pay for your commission or cancel it.
If you are not satisfied with my thumbnails, you may provide me with details on how you would like them improved. Please note that I will only do a maximum of three sets of thumbnails per client. If you are not satisfied with any of the thumbnails I provide you, the commission may as well be cancelled.
Once I announce the final price, I will not start working on the final product until the payment is made. If no payment is made within a week, the commission will be automatically cancelled. Furthermore, if I struggle with a commission that has been paid for, I will fully refund the payment with no interest.
Finally, if I am given a commission that violates my guidelines (i.e. no copyrighted infringement, no pornography and no hate art), I will simply refuse to undertake it.For more information and guidelines, click here to view my art commission price chart.