JoraBora's posted rules and status.

Accept Requests: No

Accept Trades: No

Accept Commissions: No

Rules

Before you contact me: I kindly ask that you read through my commission sheet carefully and thoroughly, as that should hopefully answer most questions that you might have. I will be ignoring any PMs asking about commissions, as that clearly indicates you did not read the sheet.

The sure fire way to get a slot from me is to send me an email with a concise summary of your idea, including character references, and pose or composition references if you have something particular in mind. I say "concise" because while I appreciate suggestions or references, reading a ten sentence long paragraph of the image being described down to the very last meticulous detail is...anxiety inducing. I want to know what you want and how you want it, but you have to leave me some artistic breathing room.

About Comics: This is the first time I've taken comic commissions in a long time. Before you go jumping on getting a ten panel comic page, I'm going to ask that you stop to take a moment and be considerate of other potential commissioners. The more complicated your order, the longer it's going to take for everyone to get what they want. Plus it's probably gonna be expensive, so there's that too.

Comics also require a detailed panel-by-panel outline. If you simply send me an email saying "I want a five panel comic of x doing y to z," I'm going to turn you away. That being said, I'm not here to read a novella either. I'd say 1-3 sentences per panel describing the action, perhaps with expression, angle, and pose direction/suggestions.

See Commission Sheet and Invoice Terms and Conditions for further rules.

Will Do / Won't Do

See Commission Sheet for Will/Won't Dos

Pricing

See Commission Sheet for Pricing details

Contact

E-mail me at [email protected] with the subject line " Commission". I will be taking five slots from across the web to begin with.

I recommend sending two to three references per character in the image, or references of how they should look and a short text description if no image references exist. A pose/composition reference is nice and recommended, but not required. Otherwise, a 1-3 paragraph description of the scene will do just fine. I will be open to brainstorm ideas with you if your provided scene has conflicting elements, or ideas that don't quite mesh together. Please leave me some room for artistic liberty/interpretation.

Examples

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