Hello all of my fabulous Watchers and people who happen to stumble upon this journal! Usually I'd start off by telling you what's been going on in my life and going into lots of detail, but today...I'd like to give you all information about my COMMISSIONS:
Firstly, I am not going to sell myself short. That being said, I am flexible and I keep in mind who is commissioning me. I base my prices off how long the task is going to take me, material costs (if any, including cost of print), and how the work is going to be used. Personal commissions are going to be weighed differently than commercial commissions.
Here is a simple break-down for those looking for a quick estimate:
Quick Sketches = $30(Please note, this isn't line-art. My sketches are good, but are still sketches. I won't spend a long time on these)
I will sketch on a blank cover variant for you if you mail it to me, for an added $5 due to shipping.
Please add $10 per extra figure.
Drawing = $50 to $100, depending on complexity + materials (if any)
Colored Line Drawing = $100 to $150, depending on complexity.(Typically the focus being on a figure with minimal background.)I will draw on a blank cover variant for you if you mail it to me, for an added $5 due to shipping.
Rendered BW Drawing = $100 to $150, depending on complexity + materials (if any)Price may increase if this is a traditional, larger sized piece. This is NOT equal to a BW rendered painting. This is a drawing with values, not simply line work. I will draw on a blank cover variant for you if you mail it to me, for an added $5 due to shipping.
Personal Use Only Painting = $200 - $500 + materials (if any)I am ballparking this because there are so many variables: size, level of rendering desired, background, number of figures, color, etc... Please be as descriptive as possible.
For any serious, commercial freelance offers, please send me a note or an email.
My professional website can be found here: www.Rachel-Perciphone.com
Thank you for helping me reach this next milestone and your support, it of course means the world to me. I can't make it as a professional illustrator without it and you all! The past few months have been great, I must say. I am still loving my apartment, I have been working full time at Dynamite, and I've been super busy painting, getting commissions, and planning for my next Comicon (NYC)! Another milestone was met recently on my Facebook art page too, over 1,400 likes!! YAY, life is good! I hope it's treating you well, too. For the record, I will be cosplaying as Michelle Pfeiffer's Catwoman because it has been a long time dream of mine to have this costume!
I HOPE YOU ALL ARE HAVING FABULOUS DAYS, WHEREVER YOU ARE!
And if you haven't "liked" my FB art page already, CLICK HERE!