Gareth A Hopkins
email: gareth@grthink.com

These pages will be kept updated with forthcoming gallery shows and news on completed artwork.

Pages from my ongoing surreal/abstracted comic 'The Intercorstal' can be found here: The Intercorstal

My deviantart gallery, chock-full of my art, can be found here: grthink

Stories from my (old) walk to and from work can be found here: Trolleys In Odd Places

Thursday, 22 October 2015

Intercorstal Commissions Open! (Introductory pricing)



Hello there!

For the next 3 weeks, up to the 12th November, I'm offering unique, by-request Intercorstal pages to anyone who'd like to commission one, with prices varying only by the size requested.

The way the process works is that you, the Commissioner, email me with details of the comic page you'd like Intercorstal'led (and wherever possible a photo or scan for reference) and the size you'd like it worked up at, and I'll take it through the Intercorstal process (which is covered broadly here). Once it's done, I'll post it to you along with whatever roughs/sketches/notes I've made along the way.

Prices are as follows, and are regardless of the size of the original page you wanted me to work from:
Postcard (standard, thick white paper): £8
A5 (Bristol Board): £15
A4 (Bristol Board): £25
A3 (Bristol Board): £50
P/P will be added on too, which'll be around £3 for 1st Class Postage.

Payments will be by PayPal, as a preference.

What you'll get:
The worked-up Intercorstal page.
A print-out of whatever reference I've been sent.
Notes used during the process - can't guarantee how much this'll include, unfortunately.
Digital copies of the page: 300dpi and 72dpi JPEG as standard, but I can provide others if required.#

Theses prices are at a pretty low introductory rate -- certainly a lot less than page-rate for a normal comic page, and will be going up substantially next year, so if you're interested, now's the time to go for it.

To order yours, or if you have any questions, email me at gareth@grthink.com.

Final version, based on 'Dungeon Fun' by Bell/Slorance
Here are some examples of what you might expect. Also, 'After Smith' is a good place to get an idea of what the finished page might look like, as is 'Neighbours Bring Food'.
Paper version alongside original, of Dungeon Fun by Bell/Slorance
Based on Revere by Smith/Harrison

based on The Amazing Spider-man by Lee/Ditko




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