RULES FOR COMMISSIONS:
1: All work is paid! I don't work for free. No exceptions.
2: Work involves a Legal Document that's signed by both parts. You don't want to sign it, then we can't work. The document protects you and me, at the same time from eventualities, such as accidents.
3: Payment through PayPal.
4: Payment method can be full in advance, or 50/50. I don't accept payment through royalties or promises of payment "after project is successfully funded", unless there's a contract that stipulates this in a good orderly way.
5: I don't have a list or "menu" on my prices, because all work is relative and completely variable. Is my work to fix you a price on the time, or a time on the price, or say yes or no about specific payment and times. So please do contact me and ask.
6: Send me a note, but preferably contact me to my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you're a fan and you want to support my work, but you don't have much to pay me for an ambitious project. I sincerely advise you to reconsider. Illustrations are an expensive asset and are generally used and commissioned when there's gonna be a commercial use for them that are gonna give you a revenue. I've had people ask me about huge images with tons of details with a budget of 90 dollars. You can't expect me to give you a week of work for that. What I can do is fix you the image around the time that I consider appropriate for that pay. But expectations on huge images will have to change.
HOWEVER: more efficient ways to support are to share my images. We artists appreciate that greatly, it doesn't take much effort, and it helps us reach more people.