Are you currently accepting custom art requests?
Yes, and you’ve come to the right place! However, please note that my current workload will determine when I can begin your art. I have a finite number of slots per month and they fill up quickly.
How long does it take you to create a custom piece?
This depends on the size of the finished art, the style chosen, and the speed in which the review/approval occurs during each step. However, most art takes around 3-4 weeks (not including time it takes to deliver/ship to the Client).
How do I submit a request?
Once you are ready you will scroll to the bottom of this page and click the button that says: “Submit a request.”
What payment options do you accept?
I currently use Square for all of my invoicing, and I accept the following types of payment options:
- All major credit cards
- Cash App
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes! I am happy to work with you to come up with options that fit within your budget. Simply let me know when you submit the request that you would like to use a payment plan.
Why do I have to sign a Letter of Agreement (LOA)?
LOAs are simple contracts between the Artist (that’s me!) and the Client (that’s you!) in order to protect both parties. My LOAs outline dates for each milestone (sketch, rough, final art), the quoted cost, and also some stipulations regarding copyright. This ensures that there are no surprises and that your artwork is created in both a manner and a timeline that you approve.
Can I pay you in full up-front and forego the LOA?
Yes. If you decide you’d like a more expedited process, you can pay me the full amount and, as such, I do not require a written agreement to be signed (unless you, as the Client, would still like one).
Can I get custom artwork for free?
While I love to surprise folks with a custom piece now and then, it’s a personal thing that I do. While anyone is welcome to request that I draw something or someone, I cannot guarantee that it will be chosen. There are only so many hours in a day and I get a lot of requests.
Check back soon for more FAQs as they come 🙂