Character design from scratch
Getting a custom-tailored design on from-scratch lines! The advantage to from-scratch lines is the ability to have your characters body type, fur length, or special anatomy features highlighted, like having an extra long tail or large ears.
The character will only be drawn in a mostly side (profile) view. Extra views, like a front view or underside, would be extra!
You can order your design with shading/texure or without shading/texture!
Most of the orders I get are for wolves, but I am open to all animals!
Please feel free to include url links to images in your descriptions! For example, if you want facial markings similar to a design of mine, but don't know how to describe it (which I understand lol), then you could link to the image!
Please read through these below links from my rules and terms of service for an FAQ styled page answering common questions!
-Fees, requesting edits, and pickiness
-Payment, payment plans
-The types of files you'll receive
-My rights to the art
-Terms of service that you agree to by ordering art from me
-What you can do with your design, what you can't do
-Ownership rules, selling the design, gifting
-Roleplay usage notes
Relevant guidelines and rules. By filling out this form and going forward, it is assumed that you've read these, at least. If you skip past these blindly, we might have a bad experience.
1) (N/A for designs)
2) 1) I will not work with extremely picky, controlling, or distrustful clients. Being picky/having a specific vision is okay, but being nitpicky/controlling is not.
If you've ordered from me before, especially more than once, then this almost certainly does NOT apply to you! This is mainly aimed at new and first time clients, where we haven't worked together before or established a relationship. Almost every single client I've worked with has been wonderful- only a handful have been incompatible.
3) I will still be charging $5-$15 per change/edit request past the included/free 3 changes/edits. A client will have three opportunities to request a change or edit to their order during the process. This can be anything- making the tail shorter, changing the eye colors, changing a marking or color, etc. After I've made three changes/edits to your commission, then every extra change/edit afterwards will cost an additional $5-$15. This is in place so that I can be paid fairly while spending extra time on the order. Too many edits or changes requested may result in a cancellation and proportionate refund.
4) From a client, these things are most likely to cause me to refund and cancel an order without warning:
-Hard to please attitudes and chronic malcontents
-Harsh, disrespectful, or unhelpful criticism (ex: "um.. can it look more realistic..?" "x y or z looks totally wrong", "none of this looks right" etc)
-Guilt tripping, manipulation, or threats
-Asking for an absurd or constant amount of edits or changes
-Controlling tendencies or a lack of trust in me
-Constantly bugging me for updates, daily or weekly
-Are generally pushy, demanding, or have unrealistic expectations
5) Commission turnaround time can vary wildly, but most clients wait between 2 to 8 months for their work to be finished, unless we've setup a deadline or it's a rush order. I generally work on orders oldest to newest. Sometimes I may jump ahead and choose a newer commission if it fits into the time I have allowed to work on that specific day- usually these are simple and quick orders. Orders that are complex or those that have multiple projects within them (ex: a design + reference, or a painting + background, or a multi-pose reference) take longer than one dimensional orders (ex: a ref from a base). Complex orders take much more time, and so the process is generally longer to correctly produce them.
6) A client may ask me to stream for them, and I may accept if I have the energy and time that day, but streaming is rare for me. If I do stream, it would be via twitch, picarto, or youtube.
7) If the client and I communicate mainly through discord, then I expect the client to respect that my discord is personal and when I'm online, I'm not working 100% of the time. I only work for a few hours per day.
8) I am slow to reply to most things, and slow to work on orders usually. Generally, receiving art is a slow process from me, and a person in a hurry should probably not commission me. I am laid back and like to take my time perfecting the work.
9) I cannot work with clients who are more negative than positive in the process
10) A client can ask for updates on their position in the queue / on if I've begun yet up to two times per month. When I'm actively working on the order, when it's at the top of my queue, we'll be in constant contact, usually daily or weekly at least. It is usually obvious when I've begun working on a clients order, as I'll be reaching out and constantly communicating with them.
From-scratch prices begin at $90, but will depend on complexity of the character
The starting price is $90, and goes up based on the features of the designs complexity. Most average around $120.
A $90 custom design would be of a character very simple and in a simple pose (standing)- maybe an all-white wolf with heterochromia, or a black and tan GSD.
Order without shading ("untextured") would subtract ~$30-$40 from the order roughly. The price would depend!
Examples of from-scratch type of orders
Please zoom in (ctrl + scroll up on your mouse wheel for windows) to see the images in full size on your browser, or, alternatively, having a browser extension like imagus will let you see them in full size by hovering over them with your mouse!
For some reason I can't make the images bigger, sorry about that!
I will not invoice you without talking to you about your orders details and going over pricing!
This questionnaire is merely to help me give you an estimate and is not a guarantee that I will accept your commission. It is not an agreement of work.
If you're from Furaffinity or Deviantart, what is your username?
How would you like me to contact you after your form is filled out? Examples: noting through DA, FA, or via email?
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