Yes! I dared to see an over saturated marketplace and say, "me too!"
Anyway, as you may have seen in my gallery, I have started one o' them Chain Series that're all the rage with the kids these days. This one features Angela Morgan, the protagonist of my comic series, The Underburbs
. I want to have fun with it, and I want you to have fun with it. And really, what says "fun" more than a bulleted list of rules and guidelines?
•It is now $10
to commission the next step. (Rates are negotiable if you're doing multiple steps/are a returning commissioner!) I accept PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm using a single background and coloring the character digitally, so I won't be mailing originals for this one. I would like to take this opportunity to point out that every one of these (other than the recolors) is drawn from scratch. I am not editing files in Photoshop to slightly alter the image from one step to the next. (That actually sounds like more work to me.)
•I reserve the right to decide what constitutes a single step. This means don't go nuts. Angela can't have tingly hair in one step and be a three-headed dragon the next.
•Keep it appropriate. Angela is my character from my comic, so there's going to be some level of attachment on my part. (I wasn't even sure I wanted to trot her out like this, but it's all in fun and NON-CANON). More importantly, she's also supposed to be 13 years old. And while Age Progression is certainly a factor in this situation, that doesn't mean there's going to be any sex/nudity.
•With that in mind, I reserve the right to turn down ideas based on content or if I just don't think I'll be able to do it justice. (I've already seen a couple suggestions in the comments that I'm not sure will even work in the Underburbs art style.)
•Oh yeah, no turning her into other licensed characters. That's not how I roll.UPDATE:
I just added a bunch of hair/skin color options, because I can understand not wanting to pay $10 to commission a palette swap. So lots of new choices are opened up. If you want to add a color that's not in there, I can do the recolor plus a second step at a highly discounted rate. Only a buck! So let's say you wanted to turn her skin blue and then make her a Smurf. I'd say NO because Smurfs are licensed characters. But for the sake of conversation, that would be $11 total. Get it? Ok cool.'NUTHER UPDATE:
There are a lot of people just dropping numbers in the comments. That's fine, because it adds the whole vox populi
angle, but just remember that this is, in fact, a commission
And one more thing: anyone to whom I've promised commissions? I'm still doin' em!