Full Terms and Conditions for Commissions
I have the right to decline any commission, for any reason I see fit.
- Reasons your commission may be declined: It’s content was too gory/violent/sexual; it did not adhere to the rest of the terms and conditions; it was too complicated for my current schedule; it had content that made me uncomfortable; it did not provide references; etc. Please contact me for more information.
- Please answer all required fields in the commissions form, which are marked with asterisks. These include descriptions, references, and credit to the characters’ author. Without these fields, I cannot complete your commission.
Commission Info Summary
- OCs, fanart, real people (references required)
- Humanoids, nekomimi, some furries (simpler designs prefered), simple backgrounds, props
- Posters, advertisements, album artwork, character designs, character references, character sketch pages
- Comic strips (see FAQ and contact me first)
- Digital or traditional art (see FAQ)
Will Not Draw:
- Extreme gore, violence, or sexual content (minor or subtle content OK)
- Animals, mecha, guns (you don’t want me to, trust me; please see FAQ)
- Anything discriminatory
- Anything that makes me uncomfortable (for example, upside down crosses)
- Tracer from Overwatch. Never again. Nope. I give up.
- MUST pay up front! You can pay after you receive the first test sketch. For very large payments, you may pay half up front and half on completion before being sent the final files.
- Right now I can only accept payment through PayPal. I know the fees have been changing lately, and if you have a problem with PayPal please contact me for other payment options.
- I may consider trades, but not often. Feel free to ask!
For Commission Examples:
- See this gallery folder: http://alyssamccrayart.com/gallery/commission-examples.html
- Each commission option is shown/explained through the images in this gallery.
- If you still don't understand what the options mean, check the FAQ or contact me.
- All prices are subject to change before approval. The estimated cost from this website may be inaccurate, especially if you add more than 4 characters, or have something very complicated that I may want to charge extra for. If we don’t both agree on a price, the commission will be canceled. If I run into a lot of problems along the way, or you ask me to redo a part multiple times, I may charge another fee. If I end up taking a very long time to complete the commission, I may discount your cost a bit. It’s up to discretion and negotiation. Each commission is different.
- I will add the PayPal fee to your final cost. It’s usually around 0.50USD.
- Please let me know if your commission has a deadline. This will add a fee if it's a rush job. Deadlines change the way I approach commissions, as well as whether or not I can accept them.
Negotiations and Time Schedules
- There are always exceptions and negotiations to the rules! Some things that are under “Will Not Draw” can be negotiated! For example, I will not draw real guns, but I will draw Splatoon weapons and maybe some Sci-Fi style weapons. Please ask me before giving up hope!
- Please be patient with me! Art is not like a 9-5 job where you complete your tasks every day. Art takes time, motivation, and focus. If a project that was commissioned after yours is done before yours, it probably has to do with my motivation levels, or the commissioner's timeline! Some days all I want to do is lineart, so I may work on many different projects’ lineart rather than finishing one project and then the next sequentially. If you feel like I'm ignoring your project, please contact me.
About Multiple Characters
- The commission form on this website automatically calculates the price of adding multiple characters. 2nd character is +30%, 3rd is +70% and 4th is double the cost of your base commission type. Each character after 4 will have an additional cost, ranging from 10-60USD depending on what type of commission it is and how many you add. Keep in mind, the more characters you add, the harder it is for me to work with, and the longer it will take to finish. The price will be negotiated before you pay.