I have taken hundreds of commissions. Pencil sketches, posters, band & convention merchandise, wedding invites, full-color graphic novel pages, and my art has even been tattooed on human flesh!

All prices below are in USD, and apply to personal use only. Commercial prices depend on the project and expected use. Unless agreed upon before payment, I retain the rights to copy, distribute and sell all the images that I make. (This is basically to keep me safe from big companies. And I can’t build a portfolio if I can’t repost images.)

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          Sketch- $20 for one person, $30 for two (+shipping)

Blue and graphite pencils on 9×12″ Bristol Board.


  

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          Watercolors- $35 for one person, $45 for two (+shipping)
Includes simple splash color backgrounds. Complex backgrounds cost extra.

 

 
 

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                                             Digital Waist high color- $30 and up

Includes simple shading, as well as a simple gradient or splash background. Other backgrounds, more complex shading, or additional characters start at an additional $20 each.
 

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                                               Full body color- $50 and up

Includes simple shading, as well as a simple gradient or splash background. Other backgrounds, more complex shading, or additional characters start at an additional $35 each.

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                                                  Comic Pages- $150 and up

I’ve been making comics for over eight years now, and I can be a valuable asset in not just drawing, but also in giving feedback on scripts, website design, or techniques to get your comic out there to new readers. Prices per page vary greatly, depending on the amount of panels and the style required. And if you’re just looking to buy one page, they can make pretty incredible gifts for a GM, RP partner, or anyone you love who would like to see their characters come to life.

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