Commissions

Please, read the journal carefully to clarify all the possible points, any doubt that is not resolved with this journal, you can ask me with notes or comments in this same journal.

1. Formats and Prices.
2. Contents.
3. Rules.
4. Payment.
5. Discount.
6. Process.
7. Publication. 

8. Contact


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1. Formats and Prices.

  Formats:

  · FFFF – Drawings. 63 €uros
  Examples:

  · FFFF – Page Comic,  80 €uros
  Examples:

  · FFFF – Webcomic. 160 €uros x module 1*
  (A module is equivalent to two comic pages arranged vertically, it can be made longer, but that’s more money.) 
  Examples:

 2. Contents

  Contents that I draw:

   – Girls/Women barefoot.
   – Girls/Women receiving worship at the feet.
   – Girls/Women showing her feet.
   – Girls/Women playing with her feet. 
   – Girls/Women getting her feet massaged.
   – Girls/Women punishing with her feet. 
   – Girls/Women Being punished through their feet (Tickles).

    Contents that I don’t draw:

  – Explicit Content. (Penises, vaginas, semen, explicit nudity, etc.) Reason? I don’t like draw that.  
  – No others fetish. 
  – Content Giantess.
  – Male Foot Fetish. (I think this is clear in the four F)
  – No human Foot Fetish (Or failing that, creatures that have no human form, although this is debatable because of their subjectivity.) 

3. Rules

(1) – I ONLY draw pictures/comics of female foot fetish, I don’t draw any other type of fetish, please, respect this as I respect that you have other fetishes different than mine.

  (2) 
– I don’t make exceptions to the rules, because then I would have to make exceptions with everyone who asks me, and then they would not be “exceptions”, they would be the new norm.

  (3)
 – The potential client must provide a definite idea: a female character to be worshiped, a male character to be the worshiper, a defined background, a defined situation between the two characters, with visual references, and defined dialogues if he wishes there were.
  Therefore, I will not pay attention to the requests of commissions that don’t come with, at least, someones of these defined aspects, the idea must come already formulated, so I DON’T WANT TO USE TIME, ENERGY AND CREATIVITY so that the client has an idea.

(4) – The potential client has to express his idea clearly to me, I want to feel that he has that definites idea, not with vague descriptions or giving me partial information, I take this very seriously and I do not want to waste time either taking out the idea with “teaspoons” from Customer’s mouth.

  (5) – I assume that the client has read this journal or the most up-to-date version of it and has no doubts, and I’m not responsible for the client not having been properly informed.

  (6) – To the new clients, the works are paid in two halves, one before starting, and another before publishing it once finished, in the middle of these two steps, the client will follow the steps of the work through the links to Stash that I will deliver, and in those steps, the client can suggest a series of changes so that the work adapts to their liking.

  The client must request the changes in the current step of the work, a change that corresponds to the steps of Lineart or the sketch can not be done when I am doing the last step of the work.

For old clients, the payment can be one complete, when the work is finish. 

In case of repentance, disagreement or any problem in any of the steps of the work, the money will NOT be returned, since this was a commitment that the client assumed with me, and I was have spent time and energy in this work and I must be repaid for it, because my time and my energy nobody can return it to me.

(7) – As I have already said, I want the idea well described and defined, without ambiguities of any kind, I will not collect for my list of works any idea that does not adhere to this.

4. Payment

(1) – The works are paid in two halves, one before starting, and another before publishing it once finished, in the middle of these two steps, the client will follow the steps of the work through the links to Stash that I will deliver, and in those steps, the client can suggest a series of changes so that the work adapts to their liking.
  
  (2) – Payments are made only at the time I start work on your piece, never before start it, since due to my long list of clients, I can take weeks or months to arrive at your work shift. 

  (3) –
 Payments will be made through Paypal, I will value very positively the clients that assume the commission charged by Paypal, since, between two payments, I lose a piece of the total payment.

(4) – In case of repentance, disagreement or any problem in any of the steps of the work, the money will NOT be returned, since this was a commitment that the client assumed with me, and I was have spent time and energy in this work and I must be repaid for it, because my time and my energy nobody can return it to me.

5. Discounts

(1) – Discount for Gold Patrons: If you are my Gold Patron, you will have a 15% discount on any type of work, but this is only feasible while you are a patron, if you stop the patronage on being mid-process, the normal price will be applied.
  * It’s up to you to verify that you’re my Patron.

(2) – Discount for Silver Patrons: If you are my Silver Patron, you will have a 10% discount on any type of work, but this is only feasible while you are a patron, if you stop the patronage on being mid-process, the normal price will be applied.

(3) – Discount for Alternative/variation work: You can get a big discount if the work to be done is based on a Piece already done and the new piece is something like a character change, depending on the difficulty or the work of this alternative version of a piece already done, you could get up to 50% off, its depends of the difficulty of make that version.

6. Process

  After the client and I have agreed to the commission, when it is time to carry it out and I have received the first payment, the following process begins.

(1) – In case of FFFF – Drawing, I would do the Sketch with the idea described, the client would see it, suggest the changes or give the approval to continue to the next step. 
  – I would do the Lineart with the idea described, the client would see it, and same system. 
  – I would do the Base color with the idea described, the client would see it, and same system.
  – I would do the Shadows & Lights with the idea described, the client would see it, and same system.  
  – Sometimes I can feel that the piece is missing something even though the step of Shadows & Lights, which usually is the last one, is finished, in which case, I can delay a bit trying to find the missing detail.
  – To the end, when the client consider that the piece is finish, he send me the second half-payment, and in the next few hours I proceed to make the work public (I can delay a bit either by the hour or because I want to finish another job to publish it jointly). 

  (2) – In case of FFFF – Page Comic or Webcomic, I would do the Sketch with the idea described, the client would see it, suggest the changes or give the approval to continue to the next step. 
  – Unlike the FFFF – Drawings, here I usually work the panels more or less one by one, since by experience, to make the lineart of all the work, the base of color of all the work and the lights and shadows of all the work , you feel that the piece advances very slowly.
  – Sometimes I can feel that the piece is missing something even though the step of Shadows & Lights, which usually is the last one, is finished, in which case, I can delay a bit trying to find the missing detail.
  – To the end, when the client consider that the piece is finish, he send me the second half-payment, and in the next few hours I proceed to make the work public (I can delay a bit either by the hour or because I want to finish another piece to publish it jointly).

7. Publication

  In a description of the piece, the following will be written: Title, commission for “client”, (Unless previously agreed to be anonymous)
  Then, any description about the piece that the client wants to put. And finally, my “publicity” about my Patreon.

  Apart from this, the customer can tell me to add certain labels to the work.

8. contact

You can contact me, through the email: artistaautodidacta07@gmail.com, with the subject “Commission”.

You can also see my free content (and contact me from there) on my DeviantArt page: https://www.deviantart.com/cuadruplef