Commissions are OPEN

If you like my style and would like me to draw something for you–be it a character design for your next D&D campaign, a picture of your dog for your significant other, a peaceful beach scene as a wedding gift, or pretty much anything else–I’d be happy to work something out with you.

Check out the categories below to get a rough estimate of how much an original commission would run you up.

5" x 7"

Black & White

This smallest size can accommodate headshots, head-and-shoulders-shots, and close ups on one or a small number of objects, and will normally cost around $25 Canadian.

8.5" x 11"

Black & White

The next size up offers a bit more flexibility, allowing for full-body images of one character, simple landscapes, or a more detailed object, and will normally cost around $50 Canadian.

11" x 17"

Black & White

The largest size permits me the most amount of flexibility, and therefore the most amount of detail. Multiple figures, a more detailed background, or perhaps even a personalized comics page are available at this tier, which will normally cost around $75 Canadian.

Add Colour

If you’re familiar with my work, you know I mostly draw in black and white. However, while I do not currently offer any full-colour services, colour highlights are available for an additional $15 Canadian.

Anything Else

If you have a request that doesn’t fit these categories (maybe you have a whole host of characters, or maybe you’re really set on full-colour and are willing to roll the dice with my colouring skills) I’d be happy to discuss it!

Physical or Digital?

I work primarily with traditional techniques (i.e. pen/brush and paper), but digital tools allow me a certain amount of added flexibility as well.

If you want a polished piece of physical art to hang on your wall, I can certainly make that happen, but will also provide you with a high quality scan for you to show your friends and for your own digital archive.

If you want a digital piece first & foremost, I can make that happen too, and whatever original art I create in the process will be yours too, but I cannot guarantee that they will be as polished as if you requested a physical piece.

In both cases, reproduction rights will cost extra.

With all that out of the way, shall we get started?