Holy cow, when did the number get so big?! I remember just starting out with my Nintendo/SSBB doujinshis and struggling to make myself known, and now... WOW. Thank you so much for your support, everyone!! :'D
Incidentally... do you guys think I should do a kiriban at 250 watchers, or open up real-money commissions then? How many of you would buy my art if I sold it, and how much per size and style (aka coloring status)? Please provide ideas for as many of the following types as possible, or direct me to a good place for pricing advice! Thanks!
Sketch: drawn by pencil and messily cleaned up. May or may not have shading.
Lines: whether digital or traditional, these are generally made as clean as I can. Might have shading if done traditionally.
Handcolor: drawn and colored by pencil. This may be retired quickly.
Digicolor: generally first drawn in pencil, but lined and colored digitally. Generally refers to background-less art. More often than not, these will have some basic shading, but I can do Flats too. Flats would be cheaper than Shades.
Scene: whether digital or traditional, these will have some sort of background and/or multiple (2+) props around the character(s). Frequently, these will be digital. Price for background depends on complexity--I would charge the least for the Chibi Scene here.
Chibi: Lines, Handcolor, Digicolor, Scene/Couple:
Waist/Bust: Lines, Digicolor, Scene: (Which one I do depends on which I think looks better XD but it's more likely to be waist.)
Thighs/Feet-less: Lines, Digicolor (+simple BG), Scene: (See above. I did actually sell the last picture there to someone.)
Fullbody: Sketch, Lines+Pencil Shading, DigiLines, Lines+Prop (these would be Scene if colored), Digicolor, Digicolor Scene (2):
"Manga Page/Excerpt" (would come in Lines or Digicolor): (Highly unlikely I'll do these because I need to have the scene for each panel in mind, but this is for that niche commission XD)
Speed Commission/Grab-Bag: (I'll spend an absolute maximum of 1 hour on these. No digital versions yet because I need to experiment. Many subjects charge extra, as usual.)