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Things I am able to draw:
Elaborate scenes and or complex character designs: +$30-$50
Backgrounds and settings are a bit of an issue for me, so I probably wouldn’t charge for that(I’d probably make a separate drawing and let you pay for the one you like).
Of course I don’t want to make you pay for something you wouldn’t like, so I would show the progress of the piece as I make it. That way, I can hear your comments on how you enjoy the work so far and what I can do to make it more to your liking.
EDIT: I came across new info regarding on how to accept money via Paypal. If you are interested in asking me for a commission, I'll gladly talk it over with you privately.
EDIT: I changed the prices and provided artworks I made to give you guys an idea of what I can do.
EDIT: I added the email connected to my paypal, but I would still like to talk to you over commissions first before paying.
Thank you for your time.
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