People often have ideas I would have never thought of myself so I don't like to limit you with a list of fixed styles and prices.
My preference is to hear what you have in mind (big or small) and together we find a size, style and medium that fits your vision.
1: What artwork do you want?
First of all, what artwork would you like: a portrait of pets, family members or a celebrity; a large decorative mural; a crazy 1 metre clock made of barbie dolls [yes, I've made that for someone!]
Even if you only have a very vague idea of something it's my job to make suggestions and help bring it to life.
2: What is your budget?
Once I have an idea of how much you're planning to spend, just a ball-park figure of your budget, I will offer you various options and price points for you to choose which suits you best.
My prices are based on how long a piece takes me to complete, so once I know a rough budget I can see how much time I can dedicate to crafting your artwork from start to finish.
Please see my 'Price Guide' page for guidance on what I offer. [Coming Soon]
3: When do you need it?
People often want artwork for a specific date like a birthday, wedding or Christmas, so providing this on time is very important. For this I recommend ordering up to 3 months in advance, especially on the run-up to Christmas.
I do keep some flexibility in my diary, so if you need something on a short time scale I may be able to re-arrange my schedule - though this may include an additional fee depending upon any existing commitments.
4: contact me with your idea
When you are ready please contact me however suits you; whether a quick message or phone call, or an email with extra information and any reference photos.
Throughout our discussions I aim to provide plenty of advice and information so you get exactly what you want or better.
5: Booking & Completion
Once we've agreed the details of the artwork and the price I will ask for a deposit of 40% to officially book you into my diary. Once booked in I will contact when I'm about to start the project and keep you up to date with progress throughout.
When complete I will send a photo for you to check and if you're happy the piece will be posted or ready for collection when the final balance has been settled.