A3 WATERCOLOUR & PENCIL
A3 GRAPHITE PENCIL
A3 PEN LINE DRAWING
DO YOU NEED THE ACTUAL BOUQUET?
No, I work from your photographs and you can email these directly to email@example.com
Images should be close up and in high resolution, and if you have several photos from different angles this is ideal as it means I can get a good look at all the flowers that were included in your bouquet.
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE?
Commissions generally take about 20 hours to complete. I usually quote a lead-time of around 3-4 weeks from confirming your order and receiving your photograph, but this will vary depending on the current waiting list. However, if you need your commission in a hurry, or for a specific date, then please do let me know and I will always try to accommodate this.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
Prices range from £89 to £289 depending on whether you would like a colour or black and white commission;
ARE THERE ANY EXTRA CHARGES?
No, there are no hidden costs, and I do not charge for any art materials or packaging. The final price you pay is the commission price plus £4.55 for postage.
HOW DO I PAY?
I currently accept payment via bank transfer and Paypal. I ask for 20% of the commission price to confirm your order, and then the 80% balance plus postage will be requested once the artwork is ready to post.
WHAT IF I DON'T LIKE THE FINISHED PIECE?
In the event that you are unhappy with your completed commission I will do whatever I can to amend it for you. As I am a big advocate of sending my clients progress updates during the commission process it is very doubtful we would get to that stage. However, if after amendments have been made you are still not happy you will not be charged the balance, and the artwork will not be posted.
HOW IS THE ARTWORK POSTED?
I currently ship within the UK only. All artwork is sold unframed, and is carefully rolled in acid free tissue paper and packed inside a strong cardboard postal tube. I use Royal Mail "first class signed for" delivery, which is currently £4.55
Your commission will be sprayed with high quality fixative, making the work smudge proof. Where possible I would always recommend that your work, once framed, is kept out of direct sunlight.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.