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The Commission PRocess

Designed by you. Made by me.

I’m so glad you stumbled down the rabbit hole and landed on my commissions page. In the wise words of Anakin Skywalker, “This is where the fun begins.”

I’ve been privileged to work with patrons since 2015. For the last 7 years, I’ve covered a range of pieces from acrylic paintings of Marvel characters to charcoal drawings and even some glass and leather work. I’m always looking to expand my skills and create a wicked piece that’s all yours.

Patrons experience 3 stages of the commission process dubbed Prime, Paint, and Polish. Here's what you can expect when partnering with me.

How It Works 


Once you send me a message via the Contact page, I'll be in touch within 24 hours to discuss the Work you want done. You'll provide me with the medium, size, and subject. In return, I provide reference pictures and a digital rendering.

With your approval, I'll issue a contract for signature. Once you sign on the dotted line, you'll issue 30% of the Work's sum as a down payment and I crack my knuckles and get to work.​ For more information on pricing, you can view my rates here.


I'll let you know when the Work is 75% complete by sending some photos. If you like what you see, you'll issue another 30% of the Work's sum and I'll keep working.


If you're not happy with the Work at 75% completion, we'll go back to the Prime stage and revisit the design. Depending on the extent redesigns, an additional fee may be charged.

When the Work is 100% complete, I'll send you a message with some photos. If you like what you see, you'll issue another 30% of the Work's sum. (Yes, I know at this stage you've only issued 90% of the total payment. Hang with me!)


I'll package and ship the Work to the address you provided back in our Prime stage. Once you receive the Work and are jumping with joy for your new piece, all you have to do is issue the remaining 10% of the Work's sum and the piece is yours.​

Sound good?

At Andrus Artistry, I don't just want you to be satisfied. I want you to be thrilled. I want you to love what you receive, just as much as I love making these pieces.

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The Commissioned Collection

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