Art Commissions


DISCLAIMER: On Tumblr, and perhaps other social media outlets, there is someone impersonating other artists and contacting people to offer them cheap commissions, only to cheat them out of their money. While I offer low prices and may occasionally promote my commissions publicly, I don't contact people directly, especially if I don't know them - it would be obnoxious. Be wary of impersonators.

Current commissions

When I've got commissions to do, they'll be listed here - names are not included, just progress bars and commission types. If there are commissions in this queue, it doesn't mean you can't commission me right now, it just means you might have to wait for me to get to yours. I will notify you when I'm about to work on yours.

1st in queue
Sketch: Sketching
Sketch: Queued
Sketch: Queued
2nd in queue
Full Color: Sketching
3rd in queue
Flat Color: Queued

In summary, art commissions are when you pay an artist to do art. Prices differ from one person to another, but just to provide context, I consider myself an artist with a lot to learn, so my prices may be a bit lower than other more talented artists out there.


The payment process can go one of two ways: PayPal, or Amazon. You'd need an account in order to use either service, but they are both free to sign up for.

PayPal is basically a virtual wallet. You connect it to a credit card and/or bank account in order to put money into it. Once we've worked out details and the price, I'll link you to the payment page. Once I receive a confirmation from PayPal that I've received your payment, our deal has been made.

Amazon is an online shop, which you will need a credit card to use. Once we've worked out details and the price, I'll link you to a wishlist with something that is equivalent to the price of the commission, and you can order it by doing this. Once I see that the item has been removed from the wishlist, which confirms that it's been purchased, our deal has been made. As an aside, please do let me know if you can give me tracking info or at least the estimated arrival date.

I've done plenty of commissions with Amazon and found that some people feel safer doing that than giving such information to PayPal, whereas others prefer the simplicity of using PayPal over a shop. So it makes sense to me to offer both. I have no current interest in alternate payment methods, including site currency (ie: DeviantART Points) and cryptocurrency (ie: Bitcoin).

When it comes to refunds, I've got a particular plan in place. But first, I'd like you to consider whether you need that money for something else before we make a deal - it puts us both in an awkward position if it turns out you can't pay for your commission for personal reasons, especially in the middle of it. In the event this happens, I can refund part of your payment based on how much work I've done (ie: Sketch phase = Sketch price). I am being paid to work, and some of that work has already been done, so I hope you understand. This also helps me to avoid the potential threat of someone backing out of a commission so that they can get art for free.

Also, if you are not old enough to use these kind of services for yourself, I'd have to decline since I feel uncomfortable getting parental guardians involved.


Once the deal has been made, I don't typically immediately work on the commission, though I do take a moment to gather appropriate information/references into a folder for future reference. Sometimes art just doesn't come to me, but I do try to work on these when I am feeling motivated. Also, once the deal is made, I'll let you know if there's a queue.

If you're going for something that is inked, I'll run the sketch by you in order to make sure that everything is fine before I proceed to work on it some more.

I have largely worked with references, but if what you're looking for is an original design, we can work something out. It'll be like a few bucks tacked onto the commission price, basically. It really helps if you have a good idea of what you want and can also offer any kind of visual reference when possible. Also, if all you want is fanart, or even something involving my characters, just run it by me to make sure I'm fine with it.

Below are my prices. They are presented in a range, with a lowest price and highest price, based on how much work will go into it. Please keep that in mind when we're discussing details and price. Oh and I'm using US Dollars (USD) for the prices, so… if the pricing isn't already automated for your particular part of the world, there's plenty of currency calculators out there.

Also feel free to ask if there's a type of commission I can do that isn't covered here. If you want a comic, however, I'm only going to do a page and it'll be limited to 2-3 panels and that will add to the price. Keep in mind that a comic involves drawing multiple things in each panel.

Sketch: 5-13 USD

Priced anywhere between 5 to 13 USD based on complexity. Additional characters add 1 USD to the overall price.

These are the cheapest I have to offer. Sometimes, I like to add some kind of single color in there based on the color I'm using for the outline, especially if dark colors are involved. Feel free to request that if you explicitly want it, and also clarify what color you'd want the sketch in if possible. Otherwise I'll just pick whatever feels right.

Color Sketch: 14-17 USD

Priced anywhere between 14 to 17 USD based on complexity. Additional characters add 2 USD to the overall price.

I'm all over the place with these in the examples for this one, but basically… using the same logic from the above image, it involves adding a colored background and multiple shades of the one color. Shading may also be involved. We can work out details.

Flat Color: 18-24 USD

Priced anywhere between 18 to 24 USD based on complexity. Additional characters add 3 USD to the overall price, with complexity bumping it up further.

If you're looking for something nicer than sketches, these will involve inking (so, smooth black outlines) and color, but nothing beyond that. Good for character models and references. Transparent backgrounds are doable, and even some basic airbrushed kind of background. These tend to be things I decide on the spot. Once again, feel free to specify.

Full Color: 25-35 USD

Priced anywhere between 25 to 35 USD based on complexity. Additional characters add 3 USD to the overall price, with complexity bumping it up further.

Inked, colored and shaded - the whole package. Basic background (using colors) will be provided. These are usually what people go for when commissioning me.

Gaia Memory: 15-25 USD

Priced anywhere between 15 to 25 USD based on type. See description below.

The transformation items of Kamen Rider W! There are three types involved:

  • Regular Gaia Memories (Silver, gold or T2), which will involve designing an emblem for it, unless you have one ready to go I can apply. The latter applies to Bio00's commission in the third example. These cost 15.
  • Legend Rider Memories, which involves a Rider portrait with their full name, or their emblem with a shorthand name. The former will cost 20, while the latter is 15 USD. You can get both together for 25 USD.
  • Dopant Memories, which come in any of the colors provided. These cost 15 USD.

Ghost Eyecon: 7-15 USD

Priced anywhere between 7 to 15 USD based on complexity. See description below.

The transformation items of Kamen Rider Ghost! There are three types but they only need to be separated into two categories:

  • Transformation Eyecons and heroic Eyecons are based on Ghost setting Riders and historical figures, respectively. If you just want the Eyecon on its own, that'll be 7 USD. If you also want alternate irises for the designation, the face design, and the finisher graphic, that'll be anything from 10 USD to 15 USD based on how complex it is. It helps if you have a design already made that I can finalize for you.
  • Heroic Eyecons, which involves the same prices above. The only addition is the color of the white part of the Eyecon, which is changed at no extra cost.

Fullbottle: 9-25 USD

Priced anywhere between 8 to 25 USD based on type. See description below.

The transformation items of Kamen Rider Build! These are priced based on what you get:

  • It's 8 USD for a single Fullbottle, but if you want a pair, for those who want a Best Match, they'll be 15 USD. We can work out the price of additional Fullbottles.
  • Legend Rider Fullbottles, which involve a monochrome character with colored background, will be going for 15 USD apiece, but are 25 USD as a pair. We can work out the price of additional Fullbottles.

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