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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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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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:iconei9:
ei9 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2015
awesome stuff Jeff keep it up!
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Jeffach Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015   Digital Artist
thanks
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beachbead Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
brenomoreira.deviantart.com/ga… (this guy has retraced alot of your works and is selling them on ebay.
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Jeffach Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2015   Digital Artist
yeah not well either
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beachbead Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
he still hasn't givin' you credit and he is selling retraced works of yours on ebay still no credit.

www.ebay.com/sch/auctioncomica…
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beachbead Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
very true.
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beachbead Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
www.ebay.com/itm/WONDER-WOMAN-… ( a heads up guys is redrawing artists works and then reselling the artists doesn't get anything from this, please do not buy from this person at all.)
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newtonheath92 Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2015
Hi Jeff, I am a big fan. Please consider having a YouTube channel. I would pay to see you work.
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abbot1900 Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2015
Your work is simply amazing, I have no words. Check your PM please. My sincere congratulations :)
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rvbarton Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015
I sure wish Jeff would create some art revolving around female Destiny Titan images.
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