I'M TAKING 3D COMMISSIONS!
I'm splitting my 3D commissions into two different categories. Static "Figurine-like" models, and fully rigged/animation-ready models.
I'm handling payments as a per-hour thing, which is new for me, but I feel confident in taking this step. Per-hour payment may be scary if you're a customer who's unused to this kind of payment, so here's how it'll work:
When discussing the deal initially, I'll provide an estimate of the price based on how much time I think I'll spend on it, and we can work forward from there.
Payment will be handled as a half-and-half thing. You won't have to pay upfront, but when I feel as if I'm halfway finished with the product, I'll ask for payment worth the amount of time I've spent on the thing so far. Then, at the very end, I'll ask for the second half of the pay. That way I don't work super hard just to get scammed out of my money at the very end!
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I'm not STRICTLY working with character modeling! I have a lot of experience in character modeling, and all my examples shown are character models, but I'm able to make other kinds of stuff as well, because pretty much everything fits into these categories. Want a table? Same pay as any other static model. Want a car with wheels that can turn and doors that can open and whatnot? Same pay as any other rigged model.
So how's all this sound? Does it sound enticing? Are you opening your wallet in anticipation of commissioning me RIGHT NOW?? If that's the case, here's where you can contact me.
If you're interested in a commission, you can DM me either here on Newgrounds, on Twitter, or you can email me at email@example.com.
Feel free to ask me any questions as well, and if I need to clarify anything, I'll update this post.
Thank you for taking the time to check this out. Love ya