Before you start looking for artists to commission, it's important to go over commission etiquette: Commissions get delayed. - Understand that your artist likely has obligations that will conflict with time for your commission. Set a deadline both of you can accept. Be professional! - Respond promptly to questions and stick to any promises. Never order a commission if you don't have the money to pay for it. Don't mooch for art. - Ponies willing to do free art will post their intentions in the forums, don't go randomly soliciting arists for free art. Read the artist's rules. - Often, artists will have a set of rules always read them. Be reasonable. - Request changes be made during the sketch stage. If you're worried, request a work in progress so you can make sure you like your commission.
The artists listed below have set themselves are available for comissions. Artists are listed in order of who most recently visited EEA. If you have any trouble reaching an artist, please contact Shank. It's fun to see your character in another person's style. For those of us with a heavy affinity with characters, it can be easy to get lost in the desire to want to see your character drawn by many people. Or perhaps you know of two or more characters you want to see in a certain scene. Artwork makes a wonderful gift for friends, too, and a new piece sitting in your notes can be just the thing to bring up your spirits.