also, gosh, has it really been a year since i made my commission price sheet? i need to update it.
factors to consider:
- i feel like i've improved enough to warrant a price bump... that and i tend to underestimate just how long pieces will take me.
- i'll probably drop the greyscale painting options entirely, i don't think i've gotten a single commission of that sort, and colour takes way less time for me than rendering does anyways
- i don't practice them as much as i ought to, but proper line drawings (with flat colour or digital watercolour) and scenery are potential options as well. i could either add those as options once i'm comfortable with them, or offer them discounted to encourage buyers (which helps motivate me to practice)
- then there's 'real' media... pencil, ink, and watercolour ACEOs (aka sketchcards or ATCs), maybe even mid-sized paintings/drawings could be on offer if people were interested, once i feel more confident in their handling and look at options for shipping them)
for the sake of comparison, here's my old commission sheet [link] (with old art).
any thoughts or feedback on this?