Currently open for commissions for Event CGs, sprites, illustrations and backgrounds.
CGs (various styles):
Characters (various styles):
I can provide just sketches, just line-art, or polished coloured drawings depending on what you're looking for. I am looking for commercial projects with an art budget in the thousands. The ballpark in terms of prices is usually $70-$280/£50-£200 for one polished character sprite (depending on the amount of alternative outfits, poses and expressions), $140-$420/£100-£300 for a CG (depending on the amount of detail, resolution and characters), and $105-$420/£75-300 for backgrounds. If you would like a quick price quote, just send me a note or an email at renmiou.art(at)gmail.com with a description of what you're after and I will reply within one working day. I ask that the client pays in British Pounds or for the conversion fees to be paid by the client. I lay out the amount of revisions I will perform at any stage of the process when I discuss an estimate, any additional revision past those will incur in an additional fee (also detailed in the estimate).I am not currently available for free collaborations.I don't have huge hang-ups about content: I don't have a problem with light erotic content, battle scenes or any sort of pairing you can think of (I see this mentioned in other portfolios, but it's kind of a no-brainer, for me...). I would advise you describe your content to me before we go into negotiations if you think your story is so extreme I might run away screaming: I didn't have the courage to even watch trailers for "The Human Centipede".If you decide to work with me, you can expect this sort of process:
For this particular image I was asked to mimic another artist's style, so that my CGs could fit with someone else's sprites.After I have the description of what the client wants (and preferably some reference images) I will provide quick thumbnails to give a choice of composition. Then, I will do a colour comp/coloured sketch. After that, I'll ink the drawing (I didn't ink the background in this example as I often make it more painterly than the rest of the image) and proceed with the final colouring. I will make sure to obtain approval from the client at every step. I allow for one major revision at the thumbnail stage, two minor ones at the flat colouring and lineart stage and two minor ones at the finished stage.