Welcome to Amy Methven's Deviant Art Page. Here you can view all of my recent and popular artwork, as well as information on how to get a commission from me. |
Terms and Conditions (Important. Please read!)
What I will and will not draw;
I will draw anything that the client asks me to as long as it doesn't breach any of the following;
I provide a service that guarantees the client exactly what they ask for. I also run an SFW (Safe For Work) policy. Anything I am asked to draw must be PG13 suitable.
I will not draw anything that might suggest or imply;
Drug or substance abuse including alcohol, sex and nudity or extreme violence.
If I am asked to draw a subject that goes against my moralistic views or may represent controversial political content of any kind, I respectfully decline to draw it.
How to get a Commission:
Step 1: Contact the Artist by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org (please ensure you have read the full list of what is available to you prior to getting in touch with me.)
Express your interest in a commission by contacting the artist prior to paying anything, explaining your idea for your commission. Once decided on which option you desire and what add ons you wish to add, the artist will send you a quote of the total cost to confirm the customer is happy with what they have asked for.
The client must contact the artist before paying the deposit to avoid any confusion and misunderstandings.
Step2: Pay an upfront deposit.
Any and all commissioned work, both digital and traditional requires an upfront deposit of £10.00 British Pound Sterling. This reassures the client that the artist is fully committed to the commission. Please note the deposit is deducted from the total amount due upon completion. Any Add ons the client wishes must be asked for before the deposit is paid. Any add ons are included in the total Quote and is the final agreed cost. After the deposit is made, add ons can not be purchased. If the client changes their mind and no longer wants the commission but has already paid the £10 deposit, the deposit is non refundable.
Step 3: Correspond with the Artist
The bonus of buying a commission is that the client has the opportunity to discuss their idea with the artist on a one to one basis might that be through email, or instant messaging. This is to ensure the artist and the client is on the same page during the creation of the piece.
Step 4: The artist sends the client preliminary sketches based on the description of what the client has asked for.
I like to include the client on the whole process and development of what they’ve asked me to do so the client can follow the progress and give feed back on the piece.
Step 5: Upon completion, the client pays the remaining total cost.
The digital JPEG of the final piece is sent to the client for confirmation. Once the client has confirmed they are satisfied with the commissioned piece, the client pays the remaining cost to the Artist.
For full instructions on how to get a commission, follow the link below to view the 'Mad Munchkin Art and Illustration Price list and use the contact details provided.
My art is also available to buy in my Etsy Shop. Follow the link below to buy my art.
I am also known as Mad Munchkin on Youtube. Watch my show by clicking the link below.
|To view the full Commission price catalogue follow the link below.|
Black and White Sketch: £10.00
Additional Character:£5.00 (per additional character)
Furniture:£5.00 (per piece of Furniture)
Props (weapons, books...anything the character may be holding) :£5.00 (per item)
Coloured Sketch: £30.00
Additional Character:£10.00 (per additional character)
Furniture:£10.00 (per piece of Furniture)
Props (weapons, books...anything the character may be holding):£5.00 (per item)
Full Coloured Piece:£50.00
Additional Character:£20.00 (per additional character)
Furniture:£20.00 (per piece of Furniture)
Props (weapons, books...anything the character may be holding):£10.00 (per item)
Other larger options (in higher definition)as well as traditional paintings are available in the full price catalogue which can be viewed here: docs.google.com/document/d/10w…