Commissions are always open
a guide to commissioning myheartpumpspiss
First: fill out the order form to the right. Pricing and examples can be found below.
Second: I’ll accept or deny the commission. Denials are extremely rare so in general, don’t expect it. I usually confirm the pricing with you at this stage. This draft stage is free of any charge and there is no obligation to pay until I am finished with the work.
Third: I'll start work. This begins with a first draft sketch that demonstrates that I understand what you want. You approve this and I finish the work, possibly updating you as I go along depending on how complicated the piece is. This is rare however, and I usually just get it done in one sitting if possible. I'll send you the finished piece for approval, and make any changes if I goof something up.
If at this stage, you're not satisfied....it depends. Sometimes it's something I can fix, sometimes I just suck at drawing! Let's talk it out and see if we can come to an agreement.
Licensing: You have the right to distribute or display or print the art in any non-profit capacity you wish. If you make money off distributing the art, or if you use the art in a for-profit production or project......well actually I don't think I can do jack shit about it. But please be nice to me. I'm poor. As for me: I own the rights to display the art wherever I want (unless I agreed to keep it private). I doubt this is legally binding in any way but it's my best effort for now.
Pricing and examples