Commission FAQ

I want a caricature from you. So what do I do now?

  1. Complete the booking form containing your information, caricature details and the photos you would like us to use.
  2. We will email you with either an invoice or a request for more information.
  3. Pay the invoice via paypal in your email.
  4. Receive the sketch to confirm via email before we ink or colour.
  5. Receive your finished high resolution caricature

What size is the final caricature?

2000px wide with a resolution of 300 pixels per inch. It can be larger, just ask for a different size in the additional comments box.

What kind of photos should I send?

The better the photo the better the drawing. It’s important that you choose one that really looks like the subject. I request at least three photographs at different angles to capture the subject effectively. The best images are relaxed and natural. Smiling photos are the best to work from. Also feel free to include hobbies or quirks about them to include in the drawing.

How long do they take?

The caricature usually takes 3-7 working days (depending on how many people being drawn) from receiving the photos and details for the caricature, though arrangements can usually be made for urgent orders. Please note: Orders required sooner may incur an urgent fee.

Do You Print & Frame?

No, all illustrations are done digitally, it allows us to deliver the files to you much faster and more easily makes adjustments. This let’s you use your favourite local printer, find the best price and avoid shipping costs.

Do you deliver?

No, All Artwork is delivered as a high resolution digital file for download.

How do I pay?

An invoice will be sent to your email address after you have completed the order form. It will explain how to pay via PayPal. Please let me know if you need a tax invoice for business orders.

When do you require payment for commissions?

All illustrations must be paid for in advance please, before projects are undertaken. I currently only accept PayPal but im sure we can work something else out if nessesary.