Get comic art tailor made for you with a custom commission.
Comics are a visual medium. There is no doubt that without the art, comics would just be books. The art helps to bring our favorite characters to life and many times stylistically, and aesthetically, turns a button in inside us that just makes us want more.
That need to fill our creative void with art that speaks to us is ever present in comic book fandom. That need to fill a new spot in a collection, or to add a new sketch to a sketchbook is a hunger that longs to be fulfilled.
That's one of the reasons I enjoy taking commissions and creating custom art. I have felt that need and that desire. The joy that it brings.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What size color commissions do you do?
Color commisions come in 9x12. This allows me to do single character commissions for people with smaller collections or who want something more budget friendly.
How is the art shipped?
The idea of the commissions I do being damaged in transit is my biggest fear. So I take extra care in shipping. All of my art is bagged in an archival plastic sleeve to protect it from the elements. Then placed carefully between two pieces of stiff cardboard to prevent bending.
Once it is secured safely I ship in padded envelopes for another layer of protection.
Are the colors digital or hand painted.
I can do color with the 9x12 color pieces one of two ways: Watercolor or digital colors.
With Watercolor illustrations I have to make sure the inks are waterproof which takes a little care, but you do get a single piece of art that really stands off on the page.
With digital colors you would get one piece of original black and white art and a colored Giclee digital print. The quality of the Giclee is archival quality with only the best colored inks, however it generally adds a two week turnaround to the commission.
Some Of My Favorite Pieces
If your collection is hungering for a new piece of art. If your nightstand is empty and only a drawing of your favorite character can fill the void. Or maybe your wall is just too bare. You have come to the right place.