A portrait painting with that takes elements from your current (or desired) armor set, or provided armor example. Waist up. While most of these examples are focused on characters from MMOs such as WoW (World of Warcraft) or FFXIV (Final Fantasty 14), this can also include D&D or other creative characters. Limited to one major weapon/accessory unless otherwise negotiated. The product images are examples of potential looks of this style. Yours will of course be custom-based on the screen shots and/or description provided of your character and any other information provided to me.
1. You select the type of commission work you prefer.
2. Send me at least a few lines describing your character including any key items of clothing or accessories (such as glasses) that they are wearing. If the character is from an MMO, send me your Wowhead or Lodestone profile with the character wearing the preferred Transmog. Or a list of the transmog desired. Finally, I like to work your character into a dynamic pose, but if you have any "must haves" for the pose, that also needs to be communicated.
3. I will sketch your character and send that to you for your approval. This is where you can weigh on any small issues (such as if the eyes should be bigger, or if you remembered that your sword had a green fire effect, not red, or if that charm on the necklace was actually very important, etc)
4. Once the sketch is fully approved, I will produce the finished line art. This is the last step to approve the line art. Only minor tweaks can be made here without additional charges.
5. Lastly I will add the color. For the painting options, this will be fully developed. A low resolution version is then sent to you for final approval. If the color isn't the right shade, or if I missed an important detail on the character, let me know and we can make sure that is included!
6. Once everything has been completed, I will send you a 4K (or higher, if we've dicsused that) digital copy of your character portrait.
Custom Character Commission
You will receive two digital files once the commission is complete. The first file is the final, full resolution 4K file. The second is a smaller file that is more suitable for sharing on social media (if you so desire). The files will have no background (unless negotiated) and will be a transparent PNG image so that the client can add any background they desire behind their pet.
Printing the image is the responsibility of the client. However, by popular request, I have looked into potential places to have your digital file printed. Local printing options vary. A recommended online site for printing has been https://www.printkeg.com/collections/single-prints - results may vary and the client is fully responsible for the print they receive.