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October 13, 2013


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Commissions Status

Sun Oct 13, 2013, 2:31 AM


**Please contact me at for further commissioning infos or inquiries.
Deviantart notes are not recommended as I check my mail 24/7 compared to DA notes.

Commission Samples:

Character Concept Illustrations.

NEO JAPAN 2202 by johnsontingHey Steve, what are you doing outside by johnsontingSea Golem by johnsontingRed by johnsontingPut it down, Dr.Wayne by johnsonting
Dark Knight by johnsontingArmor study by johnsontingCursed by johnsontingThey're back. by johnsontingSketch #40 by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - SHIROBAI by johnsontingPlants vs zombies by johnsonting

*Refer to gallery for more*

Environments paintings/keyshot illustrations:

The Tojinbo Cannons - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsontingUSS NAUTILUS 2.0 by johnsontingDeparture by johnsontingThe Biwa Generators - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsontingRail racers by johnsontingSketch #37 by johnsonting
Exploring the monos by johnsontingKel Canopy City - Kingdomrealms by johnsontingSketch#38 by johnsontingRandom Sketches by johnsonting

*Refer to gallery for more*

**Commissions Terms of Service:

These Terms of Service are relevant to non-commercial projects only, and are subject to revision, without notice. The Client must read, understand and agree to all the below terms before entering into an agreement with the Artist. 

• The Artist has the right to refuse any commission request.

• The Artist reserves the right to issue a refund and cancel a commission due to poor communication, rude/inappropriate behavior, or an inability to effectively communicate in the English language.

• The Artist will not create any depiction of illegal activities, sexually explicit (x-rated) materials, or hateful/racist imagery. 

• The Artist retains all rights to the commissioned artwork, including the rights to distribution (i.e., to create prints, merchandise, etc.). 

• The Artist retains the right to display all commissioned work on any personal website, gallery, or journal. If the commissioned work is time-sensitive, the Artist can delay public display of the art at the request of the Client.

• The Client may not re-distribute, reproduce, or sell the Artist's work, or profit from the artwork, beyond the resale of a physical original painting or drawing (traditional media only).

• The Artist is not responsible for printing (digital media). Works will be uploaded to this site and will be available for Clients to purchase at the cost of printing (no markup).

• The Client may exhibit the Artist's work in any online/offline art gallery without the permission of the Artist but require proper credits.

• The Client is advised to specify the size of his/her commissioned image, whether digital or traditional. Excessively large images (larger than the download size of the samples listed below) will cost more. Excessively small images (smaller than the full-view size of the samples listed below), may reduce the price.

• The Client may resize/crop the commissioned artwork to create icons, wallpapers, or other graphics to be used in non-commercial digital format, but the client cannot alter the artwork itself.

• Client rights can be negotiated for an added fee. If the commissioned image will be used for commercial purposes, the Artist must be notified prior to the start of work. Commercial use of images will be decided upon on a case-by-case basis, and will result in an increased commission price. New terms of service must be decided upon before the Artist begins any work on a commission for commercial use.

**Payment method:

•  All prices are expressed in U.S. dollars, and payments are expected to be made as such. The Client is responsible for sending the correct amount, equal to the listed U.S. dollar amount.

•  Displayed base prices are subject to change according to the complexity, difficulty, size, and medium of each individual piece.

•  At least 50% deposit or a full payment has to be delivered before I start the commission.

• If the Client wishes to cancel his/her commission during the sketch stage, he/she will be refunded 50% of what he/she paid. No refund will be issued beyond the sketch phase of a commission.

• I prefer commission payments be made utilizing Paypal services, and addressed to , if the Client does not have PayPal, other means of payment can be arranged. However, payment is still required up front.

**Paypal address:

Drop me an email at if you're interested!
Deviantart notes are not recommended as I check my mail 24/7 compared to DA notes.


Skin by neurotype (modified by johnsonting)
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I gotta ask about your condition: "The Client may not exhibit the Artist's work in any online/offline art gallery without the permission of the 
I was under the impression that commissions typically become the digital property of the client to do with as they please (wallpapers, blogs, avatars, personal posters, clip-art, etc.) so long as there is no money involved, and they credit the artist. Is this term involving extra control of yours a personal one, or is that how the industry works as a whole? Or maybe I'm misreading your conditions.
johnsonting Oct 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hey there, thank you for pointing it out! It was a mistake since I grabbed this from a template, it was supposed to be without the "Not", it should be "The Client may exhibit the Artist's work in any online/offline art gallery without the permission of the Artist." Sorry for the confusion. Though some artist mind that clients posting the commission works without their permission, but I absolutely wouldn't mind that since the ownership has already been bought over during the commission.

Thanks again!
Thanks for the reply! That really does open me up more to the idea, but I'm currently on a fixed budget and probably won't be stable until you're already filled up.
PikyoPocketNoses Oct 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I understand you'd like people to email you, but wouldn't it also be convenient for you to have a price list on this journal? (I'm going to email you anyways..)
johnsonting Oct 13, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
There were some issues by listing the price here, mainly because my field of work contains too many different categories, games concept/movies pitch/marketing illustration/card illustration/fan art/concept orthographics/storyboards/movie keyshots/color boards etc, so if listing all of them would be too much information to look it, there are just too many different jobs and clients so its better to directly email me if interested. So to be honest it may be convenient but it is also inconvenient to me and certain clients. Hope you understand! Sorry about that.
PikyoPocketNoses Oct 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh I understand! It's just that I thought you might get tired of repeating certain prices to customers, that's all
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