The difference between a commission and illustration…

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  1. You purchase the copyright with an illustration, but with a commission, you won’t have one. This doesn’t mean I will sell prints without your permission if you do commission me—I will always ask, even before posting news to the internet.
  2. There are usually changes made throughout the process of an illustration, while with a commission I collect the information before painting an interpretation. Generally, I’m hired for my ability to acquire a style for illustration and for my own personal style for a commission.

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