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17th-Sep-2008 02:43 pm
as you wish

I do digital sketches, paintings, and can even help you design a character.

PRICES (each price is per subject; two subjects=doubled price)
- Bust sketch: $10
- Full-body sketch: $20
- Bust painting: $30
- Full-body painting: $60

- Complicated armor, wings, or other time-consuming accessories: $10-$30
- Simple backgrounds (sorry, no fancy backgrounds, character designs don't need 'em): $10

Contact me for a quote or to order: callmedot (at) gmail (dot) com

Cross-posted to lots of places.
17th-Sep-2008 09:45 pm (UTC)
do you have a website with samples of your work, along with proof that you are legitimate? Also, where do you live? Do you have standard shipping costs?
17th-Sep-2008 09:53 pm (UTC)
Yes, click the link above entitled "My deviantArt". I have examples there.

What sort of proof did you have in mind?

I do digital art. Mostly I transfer the files over the internet but if someone would like their art printed out and shipped too I can certainly do that. I would have to add onto the price for printing and such.

I'm in southern CA and I can ship using FedEx, UPS, or USPS. Shipping costs depend on delivery location and the size of the print.
17th-Sep-2008 09:57 pm (UTC)
I'm not sure how useful a $60 painting would be in only digital format.

Well, I'm not sure. But you should look around at what other people do so that you can provide you customers assurance that you aren't gyping them.
17th-Sep-2008 10:05 pm (UTC)
You're kidding right? Digital format is better then getting a single painting in the mail. You cant print make unlimited copies at your leisure without having to scan it in.
18th-Sep-2008 12:14 am (UTC)
yea, I would rather have the original and then, if at such time I want a digital copy, I would get one.

I would want a painting to hang on my wall, an original with texture and brush strokes.

If it was 10 dollars for a painting, sure digital is fine. But 60 bucks? No thanks. I want it on canvas.
17th-Sep-2008 11:03 pm (UTC)
No offense, but maybe you're the one that needs to look around at what others are doing. Pricing completely aside, digital art is a huge business, and very few people consider it anything like fraud.
18th-Sep-2008 12:17 am (UTC)
I didn't say digital art was fraud, I was implying that this person could take our money and never deliver the goods. They should use a service that protects his/her customers so that they feel more comfortable with the exchange. Don't get you panties in a twist: I wasn't accusing anyone of anything.

maybe you're the one that needs to look around at what others are doing.

Next time maybe you need to just read my comment instead of jumping to ludicrous conclusions.
18th-Sep-2008 12:38 am (UTC)
I think that some sort of low res, watermarked version of the product would be shown prior to payment. Just a guess.
18th-Sep-2008 12:45 am (UTC)
they could also go through paypal, which I think helps track down people that have been the subject of fraud.
18th-Sep-2008 10:49 pm (UTC)
Taking money and not delivering goods is fraud, IIRC. You brought up legitimacy and "gypping", so I don't think that's a "ludicrous conclusion" at all.
19th-Sep-2008 12:07 am (UTC)
you are such an idiot. just go read my comment and then wonder aloud to yourself how you could ever misconstrue what I was saying. Stop being a troll and stop being prideful. You are wrong.
19th-Sep-2008 09:00 pm (UTC)
Nothing I said was wrong, and I'm not the one that just lost it at someone on the intarwebz.
19th-Sep-2008 09:02 pm (UTC)
nice diversionary tactic, accusing me of getting uptight on the interwebz instead of fully responding as to why you are accusing me of consorting with the devil.


19th-Sep-2008 09:08 pm (UTC)
I was assuming the whole "devil's consort" thing was either a convenient business relationship or some sort of LARP plot-hook. I dunno.
19th-Sep-2008 09:31 pm (UTC)
I was just reading into what you were saying about me.

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