***UPDATE: For the time being, commissions are closed. You can still email me with requests, and I will consider each request on a case-by-case basis, but until further notice, commissions are closed so I can better focus on other creative endeavors.***
With Fairfax Comicon in the rearview mirror, and the summer almost behind us (didn’t it just start?!), I wanna bring in the week leading up to my birth day with an exciting announcement, one I’ve been holding onto for a while:
I’m now accepting art commissions!
That’s right; you can now ask me to draw things for you, and I will draw things for you, and then you will pay for drawing things for you. They can be characters you love, they can be my characters, they can be your own characters (just be detailed in describing them so I know what I’m drawing).
Commissions are pretty popular these days (I know I’ve bought my share); plus, this gives me a chance to further improve my art, and it gives me another potential revenue stream. Cause times be rough out there, fam (please never let me say that again), and our side hustles now need side hustles.
But hey, at least I enjoy being an artist.
Most of the time.
Anyway, here’s the important part: the pricing!
Black & White (pencils and inks)
Full figure (1 character): $40
Full figure (multiple characters): $50
Full composition (characters + background): $75
Full figure (1 character): $50
Full figure (multiple characters): $60
Full composition (characters + background): $100
Upon completion, finished images will be delivered digitally (.PNG, .JPG, .TIF, .PDF… whatever you request). If you want a physical print of the commission, simply add $10 to whatever image you select from above.
Yes, it is that simple.
Interested? Just shoot me an email (email@example.com) and we can iron out the details from there.
And yes, I will do adult-themed commissions. Provided you’re of age.
Yes, I will ask.
Some samples of the work I do:
About J.D. Cunegan
J.D. Cunegan is known for his unique writing style, a mixture of murder mystery and superhero epic that introduces the reader to his comic book-inspired storytelling and fast-paced prose. A 2006 graduate of Old Dominion University, Cunegan has an extensive background in journalism, a lengthy career in media relations, and a lifelong love for writing. Cunegan lives in Hampton, Virginia, and next to books and art, his big passion in life in auto racing. When not hunched in front of a keyboard, scratching a pencil over a piece of paper, or with his nose stuck in a book, Cunegan can probably be found at a race track or watching a race on TV.