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Q: Do you take commissions?
A: Yes. But please do not contact me if you're not interested in working with me. If you need "just a drawing" done that anybody else for a lower price could do, please don't send me any notes.
Q: How much do you charge per "X" (x = any image required by client):
A: It depends on many things. What's going to be used for, detail required, how much time do you want me to spend on the piece, etc. I take care to make a fair price so it suits you well. Please do contact me for this kind of business to my email. I'm willing to let you know how much the work is gonna cost but you need to let me know the specifics of the work for me to price it, that's very important.
Q: Do you work for free?
A: No I don't. I have to live from what I do. So sadly I don't do any art for free anymore, because I wouldn't be able to pay any expenses. And I want to stress this a lot, because I still get requests from people that think somehow can get me down to do actual work for exposure. I want to make a clear statement that there's no such thing as exposure for payment. If you're not the art director of ImagineFX or a huge company such as Blizzard creating a contest, there's no need for that kind of exchange (when even those kinds of companies are willing to pay and respect our life style). Today we can make our own exposure by doing personal work that's gonna be directed by us, take all the time we need, put it in our portfolio and get more work out of it, plus a huge deal on the "fun" factor. So please, do not try to tell people that somehow you think you're doing them a favor (even if there's payment involved). On the opposite. We are doing you a favor if we are willing to lower our price by 1%.
Q: Can I use/post/share some of your work for free?
A: Of course. As long it's non commercial work and not looking to resell it. Any work here available might be used for this purposes as long you credit me and link the work back to my DA or ArtStation website.
Big exception tho. If you are looking to use some of my work on a game project that you call "free" or non commercial is completely baned. I've been getting some notes for some "reuse" of some of my images and I'm completely against it. If you want to use them for a test is ok. But if you're releasing a beta or an actual product (whether is free or not) that a public is going to see and use I recommend you to actually save some money and hire people. Because what we need to do in our community is support jobs, not avoid them.
Q: Where do you get inspiration?
A: Music mainly. OST's or some related epicness like Wardruna or Two Steps From Hell. Almost anything that allows me to daydream.