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I'm a huge Nintendo nut if you couldn't tell, so in celebration of the Nintendo Switch releasing just a few weeks from now, I'm going to offer a 20% discount on all commissions that are about Nintendo. I will list my standard commission prices below along with some examples, so just take 20% off of the listed prices to find the sale price. I'll be running this deal until March 3rd, so if you have any ideas for illustrations or comics about Nintendo characters new and old, consider me to help you bring those visions to life. :-)

~Character Drawings ~ One shot images of a single character. Prices listed are for one character only. Prices for multiple characters would have to be negotiated.

Pencil Sketch: $10 (Nintendo Sale Price: $8)– A loose, quickly-drawn sketch drawing of your choosing. I might recommend this one for getting a visualization of a character you’ve created, and seeing if your design works once illustrated. You could also start by commissioning a sketch, and later pay to have it detailed and polished if that is more convenient for you.
Example -  Performer Adelle by FieryJinx

Pencil Drawing: $15 (Nintendo Sale Price: $12)– A clean, finished pencil drawing that is more polished than a sketch. I can leave it as is or add some simple edits to it to give it an even more polished look if you prefer. I put a lot of effort into my pencil drawings, so I think you’re getting a good value at a pretty low price with this one.
Example -   Ericka by FieryJinx

Example -  Ericka Sketch by FieryJinx 

Ink Drawing: $20 (Nintendo Sale Price: $16) – A clean, finished pencil drawing that has been inked over in either pen or digitally, your choice. This could be a good fit if you want something that you can color yourself, or if you want something a little more polished than a standard pencil drawing.
Example -   Adventurer Adelle by FieryJinx

Color Drawing: $30 (Nintendo Sale Price: $24)– A clean, finished drawing that has been colored by hand or digitally, your choice. I do most of my coloring on my computer these days, but I can work in watercolor and markers as well.
Example -  Mermaid Suit by FieryJinx

~Comic Pages~ Pages with multiple panels and images. I can make a script if necessary, you can make one yourself and I'll draw it out, or we can work together and find something you'd like. I put a lot of practice into making my comic pages flow naturally, and enjoy adding my own style and humor to them. I personally think you’d be getting a unique and interesting comic at a fair price with these.

 

As I mentioned, all of my prices are negotiable, especially my comic pages. If you enjoyed something like my Twin Princes comic and have a story of your own you’d like illustrated, let’s talk and work something out. I’m open to offering a discount for multiple comic pages and even more long-term work such as webcomics.

Black & White Pages: $40-50 per page (Nintendo Sale Price: $32-40)– I typically prefer to ink my comic pages, as having just pencil drawings tends to make the image washed out and difficult to read.
Example -  Twin Princes - Page Six by FieryJinx

Color Pages: $50-60 per page (Nintendo Sale Price: $40-$48) - Pricing for comic pages are mostly based on complexity. One with extensive backgrounds and lots of characters in them would be more expensive than one without.
Example -  Curse of the Mermaid Suit by FieryJinx
~Sequences~ A single character gets transformed over a series of images. Typically speaking, you’d be looking at about 5-6 images with this one, with the price adjusted for adding more or less. Prices for multiple characters would have be negotiated. Something I’ve done in the past is putting the first and last images in color for just $5 more, and it’s an idea I’d be open to doing again.

Pencil Drawing Sequence: $40 (Nintendo Sale Price: $32) – Clean, finished pencil drawings of a transformation sequence. I can leave it as is or add some simple edits to it to give it an even more polished look if you prefer. 
Example -  Wonder Woman TG Sequence by FieryJinx
Example - 

Miranda Lawson TG Sequence by FieryJinx

Ink Drawing Sequence: $50 (Nintendo Sale Price: $40) - Clean, finished pencil drawings of a transformation sequence that have been inked over in either pen or digitally, your choice. 

Color Sequence: $60 (Nintendo Sale Price: $48) – Clean, finished drawings of a transformation sequence, colored by hand or digitally, your choice. 

This is all I've got for now. I'll say again for emphasis that all prices are negotiable and that these are just to get the ball rolling and give you a general idea of what I can give you.

I want to give a quick thank you to all the wonderful support and feedback from the Princess Mario comic so far, and especially give thanks to YuriJuniper for making the first fanart of the comic that I've seen. You can find it here, and I think it's super cute. <3

Thanks again for reading and I hope you enjoy the rest of the comic it gets released. I have quite a bit more planned for it so please keep watching. :-)
Hello there, and Happy Holidays! I wanted to thank all of my new watchers and long-time followers for their support. I especially want to thank those of you who have commissioned me to illustrate your creative ideas; there are so many amazing artists on DA and otherwise, and it means a lot to me to be your choice in bringing your ideas to life.

Becoming more active in my artwork is something that's been a long time coming for me, and I'm glad I finally get to share that with all of you. I'm especially excited to work on lots more of the Princess Mario comic series, and I hope all of you look forward to it. I'm going to be visiting family for the holidays, so I won't be posting new art or signing online for the next two weeks. But I look forward to sharing more content with you when I get back, and I'm hoping to be even more creatively active throughout 2017.

I want to thank everyone who read through my Twin Princes comic and enjoyed it; I’ve worked every hard on it for the past few weeks, and I’m glad I’ve finally got to share it. I’ve had a few people ask me about requests and commission work, so I’ll lay out some prices and put up examples for them as I’m able. If you enjoyed my work so far, please consider choosing me as the artist to bring your ideas to life. All prices are negotiable.

~Character Drawings ~ One shot images of a single character. Prices listed are for one character only. Prices for multiple characters would have to be negotiated.

Pencil Sketch: $10 – A loose, quickly-drawn sketch drawing of your choosing. I might recommend this one for getting a visualization of a character you’ve created, and seeing if your design works once illustrated. You could also start by commissioning a sketch, and later pay to have it detailed and polished if that is more convenient for you.
Example - Performer Adelle by FieryJinx

Pencil Drawing: $15 – A clean, finished pencil drawing that is more polished than a sketch. I can leave it as is or add some simple edits to it to give it an even more polished look if you prefer. I put a lot of effort into my pencil drawings, so I think you’re getting a good value at a pretty low price with this one.
Example -   Ericka by FieryJinx

Example - Ericka Sketch by FieryJinx 

Ink Drawing: $20 – A clean, finished pencil drawing that has been inked over in either pen or digitally, your choice. This could be a good fit if you want something that you can color yourself, or if you want something a little more polished than a standard pencil drawing.
Example -  Adventurer Adelle by FieryJinx

Color Drawing: $30 – A clean, finished drawing that has been colored by hand or digitally, your choice. I do most of my coloring on my computer these days, but I can work in watercolor and markers as well.
Example -  Mermaid Suit by FieryJinx

~Comic Pages~ Pages with multiple panels and images. I can make a script if necessary, you can make one yourself and I'll draw it out, or we can work together and find something you'd like. I put a lot of practice into making my comic pages flow naturally, and enjoy adding my own style and humor to them. I personally think you’d be getting a unique and interesting comic at a fair price with these.

 

As I mentioned, all of my prices are negotiable, especially my comic pages. If you enjoyed something like my Twin Princes comic and have a story of your own you’d like illustrated, let’s talk and work something out. I’m open to offering a discount for multiple comic pages and even more long-term work such as webcomics.

Black & White Pages: $40-50 per page – I typically prefer to ink my comic pages, as having just pencil drawings tends to make the image washed out and difficult to read.
Example -  Twin Princes - Page Six by FieryJinx

Color Pages: $50-60 per page - Pricing for comic pages are mostly based on complexity. One with extensive backgrounds and lots of characters in them would be more expensive than one without.
Example -  Curse of the Mermaid Suit by FieryJinx
~Sequences~ A single character gets transformed over a series of images. Typically speaking, you’d be looking at about 5-6 images with this one, with the price adjusted for adding more or less. Prices for multiple characters would have be negotiated. 
Something I’ve done in the past is putting the first and last images in color for just $5 more, and it’s an idea I’d be open to doing again.

Pencil Drawing Sequence: $40 – Clean, finished pencil drawings of a transformation sequence. I can leave it as is or add some simple edits to it to give it an even more polished look if you prefer. 
Example -  Wonder Woman TG Sequence by FieryJinx
Example - 

Miranda Lawson TG Sequence by FieryJinx

Ink Drawing Sequence: $50 Clean, finished pencil drawings of a transformation sequence that have been inked over in either pen or digitally, your choice.

Color Sequence: $60 – Clean, finished drawings of a transformation sequence, colored by hand or digitally, your choice.

This is all I've got for now. I'll say again for emphasis that all prices are negotiable and that these are just to get the ball rolling and give you a general idea of what I can give you.

1,000 views already?! I couldn't be more pleased with all the attention my gallery has gotten. Thanks go to everyone who has taken the time to look at my artwork, and an extra thank you to everyone who has fav'd, watched, and left comments. :-)

I'll be posting the last of my old artwork tonight, and start showing some of my newer stuff in the upcoming days. I'm still not quite ready to take commissions yet, but hopefully when I do I'll be able to get a patron or two.

Until then, I'll likely just share some of my ideas that I can get onto paper. I'd also like to finagle my way into an art trade or two with some of the other more established TG artists on DA. Working together and talking the trade with other artists is always something I've enjoyed way back when I was working primarily on the Magical Sailor Fuku boards, and I still enjoy it a lot. The tightknit community here on DA is the main reason I'm here in the first place.

Anyway, thanks again to everyone watching. I greatly appreciate it.
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Salutations. I got a pretty fancy pen name for this account, but none of you have to worry about that; just call me Goose. I've been a TG artist for several years now, but stopped creating new art for the better part of 2 years. I've enjoyed watching other artists I knew from back then grow and improve, while others quit the game like I did. Even better are all the new artists sharing their ideas in the TG community. So basically I decided now would be a good time for me come back and create new artwork to share.

I'd like to start by uploading some of my older stuff to share, and eventually unveil some newer artwork down the road. I'll be opening up commissions eventually, but for now just (hopefully) enjoy what I can offer, and thanks for viewing. :-)