Before you commission:
Please read this page thoroughly.
Prices depicted on this website are for personal use artwork only. Commercial use is available; contact me for royalty information.
Please credit when sharing my work (mentioning "StalkingP" or linking/tagging any of my active social media accounts works).
Please refrain from reposting my work to websites that are meant for artists to publish their own work, such as deviantART or Pixiv. Commissioners posting their orders are an exception to this rule, provided they don't claim creation of the image/design.
All personal use commissions will also be available on the current month's Patreon/Fanbox rewards and for sale to interested third parties at 50% of the full resolution (unless the client authorizes full size redistribution). Making your commission unavailable for third parties in high resolution (including Patreon) adds 25% to the final cost. Making it completely private (not posted or shared anywhere) adds 50%.
LAST UPDATE: 2020.05.07
+ Frequently Asked Questions
What is a commission?
When an artist creates a custom piece of art for a client, that is a commission. In my case, the art in question is illustrations in my anime-inspired stylization.
Would you draw X setting for me?
These are my criteria:
✔️ Female & male characters
✔️ Slightly suggestive content (no exposed nipples or genitalia; ask if unsure)
✔️ Partial armor and simple weaponry
✔️ Kemonomimi (animal ears + tail)
✔️ Small animals (cats, dogs, birds, and other small creatures)
✔️ Mild fetishes, to my discretion (accepted examples: tickling, foot fetish, mild bondage, food play, gore). There may be an extra cost for this.
❌ Very buff/large build characters
❌ Weapon, machinery or mecha centered art
❌ Furries (I understand this is an spectrum, do feel free to ask if unsure whether or not your request qualifies)
❌ Very large creatures/animals (animals are a case by case basis, ask me)
❌ Political or controversial topics (ask if unsure)
❌ Witchcraft/Satanic symbolism
❌ Drugs/alcohol portrayed in a positive manner
❌ Inflation, lactation and other extreme fetish-centered art
I reserve the right to decline your request should it be against my comfort, moral, and spiritual values.
Don not hesitate to ask if you are unsure.
What is the Waiting List (WL)?
I can only work on so many commissions at a time, and the Waiting List (WL) exists to give further commissioners the chance to reserve a slot ahead of time. Commissioners can also willingly choose to be in the WL rather than the current active commission list if they desire more time to think about/pay their request without losing their spot. Reservations can be done up to 6 months in advance.
A minimum of 20% of the agreed price is required upfront in order to be placed in the WL.
Prices on the waiting list are frozen up until one month from the point I get to the slot/start working on the request. Should the client request to postpone the slot, any price increase in commission listings will be applied. Please note that once in the WL, you cannot request for future sales/discounts to be applied to your arranged price.
How much of the total do I have to pay for you to start working/finish my commission?
The standard commission request will be for 100% of the payment upfron, unless the client specifies they want to pay in installments:
A minimum of 20% is required to be placed on the Waiting list.
A minimum of 50% is required to start working and advance up to the final sketch phase.
100% of the payment is required to start lineart, color, etc.
Color sketches need to be paid in full to begin working.
Which payment methods do you accept?
As of now I accept the following:
Paypal (no extra fees)
Stripe (credit cards, no extra fees)
deviantART points (1USD = 120 points)
Japan only: Japanese yen cash at events (within a month of reserving) or bank transfer (MUFG)
Can I request changes to the commission?
For digital commissions: There is no extra charge as long as there is no excessive amount of "big changes". Small/detail changes are free as long as they aren't abused.
For traditional commissions: There are more limitations to traditional artwork, so please be sure to make all big changes during the draft sketching phase, before I move on to the final medium.
BIG CHANGES: Changing the pose, outfit, big elements in the composition/background, etc.
SMALL/DETAIL CHANGES: Modifying colors hues, small tweaks, etc.
If the change is a correction rather than a modification, it will always be free (example: I forgot to add a beauty mark, a tail, or an important accessory, provided it was mentioned in the request or present in the reference).
Abuse/excessive changes of any nature may result in an extra fee.
How big will my commission be?
All commissionss have an estimation of their in the description, which can fit 1-3 characters confortably. I would recommend requesting a bigger canvas if 4+ characters are to be present. Price will be increased if the client requests a bigger canvas than the standard (see commission types).
I can work with a specific canvas size/proportion if required, just let me know in advance.
How long will it take to finish my commission?
Most commissions are completed within 30 days of starting work. If I determine it will take longer, I will let the client know as soon as possible.
Please note that those 1-30 days do not include the response time from the client, should feedback be necessary.
Can you finish my commission by X date?
Let me know if you are working on a deadline the moment you make your request. Note that there may be a fee (starting at10%) if it is too tight or if it requires to give you priority over other clients/projects.
Can I remain private/anonymous?
Yes. Remaining as an anonymous commissioner has no extra charge (specify this when you make your request)
Having your commissioned artwork be unavailable in high resolution (50% of original size) on Patreon or to other third parties has a 25% recharge. This only applies to personal use work, as commercial use commissions are not made available in high resolution to any party besides the client.
Full resolution (100%) is usually only available for the client, but may be available to third parties provided the client's authorization. Rest assured your commissioned work will not be resold/redistributed to third parties without the client's authorization.
If you want your request to be completely private (not posted or shared in any resolution to any of my social media) there is a 50% recharge (25% for commercial use work).
Requesting your commission to not be made public on my social media until a certain date (in case it's a present or the like, or for any reason) has no extra charge; let me know at the time you make your request so I can comply.
Do you do commercial work?
Yes. All prices depicted on this website are for personal use only. If you are going to be using your art commercially, let me know in advance so that we can set the royalties.
The cost starts from +100% of the commission price for small projects. Royalty fees (revenue percentages and/or revenue payment in advance also available) can be discussed for larger scale projects. Each request is different; please contact me for further details. Commercial use work is not sold or made available on Patreon or to third parties in higher resolution. Unless otherwise requested, it will be posted in low resolution on my social media. Sharing can be delayed if requested (no extra charge; view previous point for details).
What is the difference between personal and commercial use?
Prices depicted on this website are for personal use only. That means you can do whatever you want with your commission as long as it does not make any revenue.
Some examples of personal use:
* Using the artwork as profile pictures/banners for your personal social media (includes not monetized and/or small Youtube/Twitch accounts, and similar).
* Printing posters, badges or the like for your personal use or as gifts.
* Sharing and reposting the work you purchased in your social media (always with credit, please)
Commercial use means that one way or the other, the artwork commissioned provides revenue.
Some examples of commercial use:
* Advertisement: this includes but is not limited to profile pictures, banners and the such for businesses or professional accounts. This includes monetizable Youtube accounts and other similar platforms)
* Reselling and/or distribution of the artwork, either in exchange for money or other goods/services
* Including it in merchandise, books, etc.
I reserve the right to take legal action should my artwork be used commercially without my consent.
Do you draw original characters/fanart?
I can work with any type of character within my criteria at no extra charge as long as a visual reference is provided. Some fanart characters may not be available due to strict licensing laws (Example: Disney).
Can you draw without a visual reference?
Character design costs are a case-by-case basis. Contact me at for free consultation.
Can I cancel/get a refund?
If you still have not paid, then you are free to cancel without further consequences (unpaid slots aren't saved for over 36 hours)
If you have paid but I have yet to start working on it, you get 100% of what you paid back. Be mindful that repeated cancellations may prevent you from reserving slots.
If I have started sketching your commission, you are only entitled to the second half of the payment (provided you paid over 50% and the request is not a "color sketch". Sketches are non-refundable once I begin working).
There are no refunds once the lineart stage has begun.
I reserve the right to cancel your commission request under unforseen cirumstances, following the same refund patterns as a client cancellation.
Repeated cancellations may result in black-listing. The client will be warned before this sort of action is taken.
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