You know the trends, and watercolor is totally in right now. You've had clients ask for everything from watercolor florals, logos, and hand-painted lettering, to a wedding invitation with a custom painting of their dog wearing a tux. And it's all awesome, but you are a digital artist. You work with pixels and PNGs, not paint and paper. You've used a few of those clip-art sets from Creative Market. They're nice, but you'd love to attract and book those clients that require something special, something painted just for them.
So what do you get when you commission work from me?
I'm open to all types of creative projects, but here's a few that I get frequent requests for:
Commissioned paintings are created from reference photos provided by the client. The final painting closely represents the reference file, particularly framing and perspective. Sketches are sent before painting to confirm the composition before finalizing the art.
Original illustrations are created from conceptual ideas provided by the client. An overall reference photo is not available, though reference photos for specific areas or details may be provided. The composition of the final piece is original. Sketches will be more detailed to work out the overall design before finalizing the artwork.
The basic custom map includes a painted background and unlimited roads, map markers, and text elements. Custom maps can be completely customized with as many or as few painted elements as you choose. Custom maps always include the digital file, but no original.
Include custom shapes, custom lettering, florals, and custom details. All heraldry commissions include the digital file, but no original.
Starting pricing is for first names only. Choose the word "and", an ampersand, or neither.
Dress up invitations by using watercolor hand lettering for headings. Examples of catchwords are: "the wedding of," "please reply," "details." Spot artwork has a maximum print size of 4 by 6 inches.
Signature drink artwork is typically used for bar signage at the reception.
Simple icons without much detail, like a pair of shoes, music notes, or airplane, usually used for a timeline on a details card or as a map marker. If you’re unsure what qualifies as spot artwork, please inquire at email@example.com. Spot artwork includes the digital file, but no original. Spot artwork has a maximum print size of 4 by 6 inches.