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Jeff Chapman
Artist | Digital Art
Favourite style of art: Too many to list
Skin of choice: smooth and silky
Personal Quote: People often ask me what my tattoos mean. I say they mean I'm bad at making longterm decisions
Strangely enough its been exactly one year since I wrote my last journal entry closing off commissions. The main reason I did this was because I had a handful of clients whom needed several pieces done over a period of time. I took a few random one off jobs here and there, but they were few and far between. 

I just recently went through all of my backlog of notes and responded to the more recent commissions inquires. However there were many from a quite awhile ago. So I'm officially reopening my commissions and will be checking notes on a regular basis once again.  

A few FAQ:

Q: "What do you charge?"

A: There really is no set price. I take that on a case by case basis. It depends on what exactly you'd like, how complicated it will be and what the piece for. Send me a note for details. 

Q: "I think you charge too much, I know someone who does the same sort of work, but charges less."

A: Well so go ask them for a commission. I believe what I charge is very fair for the quality of work I do and the amount of time I spend on each piece. Too many artists undercharge for their work anyway. 

Q: "I can't afford to pay you, but I need you to design X for me. A lot of people will see your X so just think of it as free advertising and if anyone asks about it I'll point them in your direction!"

A: That is not a form of payment, and I seriously hope if anyone asks about my work you'd point them in my direct regardless of what I charge you. 

Q: "I see you have many commissions posted here, but I dont want you displaying my work until X date, or ever."

A: Thats fine just let me know. I always ask before posting anything here anyway. 

Q: "How long does one piece take to create?"

A: Depends on how complicated it is, but usually within 2-3 weeks from the time I start. 

Q: "I have a rush job that has to be done very soon, can you help?"

A: Possibly, it depends on my work load. Just know that rush jobs will be cost a little extra.

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zoron246 Featured By Owner Edited 1 day ago
not sure but I think they stole one of your pics for this.…

and here…
alesgazic Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Congratulations ;)
jennypoussin Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2016
WOW Jeff!
Just discovered your page!
OMG LOVE what you do!! Love Love Love 
Jeffach Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016   Digital Artist
Thank you!
jennypoussin Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2016
well deserved! Love Love Love Kiss BIG KISS Kiss 
Jeffach Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2016   Digital Artist
clavale Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016  Student Digital Artist
You are a genius! N.1!!!
YarrsRevenge Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2016
Hey Jeff, Big fan of your stuff! keep up the amazing stuff please! 
 You used to have more nudes up though, what happened with them, can i find them somewhere else because they're awesome
 Love ya dude :)
Jeffach Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2016   Digital Artist
Not really, I had 2 nude commissions up awhile ago. But that was it. If you search I'm sure you can find them somewhere.
masterfrederick Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2016
I followed you here from a Google search for "lady death." What I found, which got my attention, was your take on her Dia DE Los Muertos style, and while I searched your gallery twice and couldn't find it (possibly due to my current BAC) I just HAD comment on the sheer power of your work. You have shown not merely canon faithful depictions of classic characters, but amazing re-visualizations of so many more. I cannot help but salute you, and your incredible work.

Hats off, my friend, I look forward to seeing what you do next.
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