Thanks, Edgar. I appreciate the kudos! I don't really have a set rate. I've always tried to work with the publisher. Most of my recent work has been for my own company, Mega Comics Group. My schedule is such right now it might be difficult to do anything extra, but I'd entertain offers for the right project. Is this some of your work posted here? Looks like you have some great talent yourself!
Glad you enjoyed "Shared Misery." Thank you for your proposal but I am only a hobbyist with no more ambition than to make a future webcomic. My current webcomic: abalonofcalifornia.com languishes on a non-functional Weebly website, while a I hunt for a website designer to partner up with.
Hey again, Edgar! :) You asked me what digital program I use; its a free download called GIMP. You can find several tutorials on the main website-- it's really easy to use once you get the hang of it. https://www.gimp.org/
To answer your question about my personal price rates: I do not currently have any. I do not sell any prints, but if you had a certain pin up in mind I would be happy to draw one for you and post it on here for free. Just message me here or on my blogger.
( http://abelieverswreckage.blogspot.com/?m=1 )
I have only done work as a percentage for small press pretty much to get published. That being said, I would have to get an understanding of how much detail and and time I would have to put into the drawing.
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