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Hello, you arrived at my Commisions page :)
If you are interested in getting a CGI image created for you, please continue to the section you are interested in. There are three sections:
2D section covers all kind of colored, shaded images, preferably drawn with outlines.
3D works is about polygonal objects of all kinds, textured and with some post-processing for nice looks.
Vector images refer to things drawn with hard lines and occasional shading, such as blueprints and ink-like drawings.

I do all kinds of art and I'm opened to different styles (vector drawings of a Star Wars ship, 3D render of a Stargate vehicle, blueprint for a Dune tank and of course every kind  of original universe objects and scenes) so don't be afraid to ask for anything that you can think of.

You can also check examples of my commisioned work and private gallery works on the bottom of this entry.

I am looking forward to working with you and seeing a happy finish :thumbsup:
Please note that preferably I accept paypal payments. You can also contact me at my email address at adamkopala145@gmail.com
Here's a description of the process:




Here are examples of my commisioned works :

 Privateer Heretic Medium Fighter ML02 Commission by AdamKopSci-Fi Fighter/Bomber 2D Commission by AdamKopAphetor Spaceship Commission by AdamKopStar Wars Corelli Space Freighter Commission by AdamKop

Star Wars Imperial Chase Scene 2D Commission by AdamKopStar Wars - Imperial Star Destroyer Commission by AdamKopStar Wars Corellian Transport Commission by AdamKopNubian Corvette Commission by AdamKop

Victory-class Supercarrier Commission by AdamKopAetos Starship Commission by AdamKopMon Calamari  Freighter Commission by AdamKopStar Wars Crusader TIE Commission by AdamKop

Republic Corvette Commission by AdamKopA-221 INTRUDER Dropship 2D Commission by AdamKopStar Trek USS Concord Commission by AdamKopTerran Alliance Command Ship Commission by AdamKop



Thank you for looking and providing support :)
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darkelf2x1 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014
So this: th01.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/i… is an example of the $50 Dollar Vector Blueprint?
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AdamKop Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Here's a hi-res version so you can get a better idea of it:
fc03.deviantart.net/fs70/f/201…
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AdamKop Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Oh that one is actually an old image, not of a good quality :)
Here's something more recent: fc08.deviantart.net/fs70/i/201…
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firestorm31z Featured By Owner May 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
what are the resolution sizes as spec-ed?

Vector - you have 2 sets of prices one for blueprint and scenes.

 is that in reference to raw objects of an image (blueprints?) like ships or cars?

Scenes - what do they consist of?  I'm guessing this includes internal layouts and external layouts. 

would a space station as a background be considered part of a scene or a "blueprint"?

sorry for asking so many questions.
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AdamKop Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Sizes vary from work to work :) 2D and vector stuff is at 3500 pixels wide or 2000 (big and medium respectively). 3D renders are at 2200 and 1600 pixels wide. Image ratio varies on the shape of the ship and scene - mostly it's wide, but blueprints tend to be more square.
Vector blueprints refer to an object (ship, car, anything singular) while scenes can either feature a singular object alone or with an environment/background. They can include an interior of something as well.
A space station in the background would be part of a scene - blueprint refers only to a single object such as in this th01.deviantart.net/fs70/PRE/i…
I hope I covered everything :)
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Crimsonight Featured By Owner May 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I may have missed it but I scanned the comments and I'm pretty sure this question hasn't been asked yet...
Do you have any policies or terms for distributing models you've already created? For example, if I wanted to acquire your Imperial Space Station as an OBJ, would you charge for it? Or do you upload your meshes somewhere?

I'm one of those Watchers who doesn't comment or fav very much, but I really enjoy your work. Your 3D sculpting skills are very impressive!
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AdamKop Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hi, I can distribute models that I did on my own, but when it comes to commissions, I would have to ask the commissioner for terms of that.
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Aseika Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
and I wonder if you do animation flybys and the like?
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Aseika Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
sometime soon I've got a couple of commissioned idea's I'd like to throw your way. on my own site I've got the first one. when the money comes in I'm thinking of asking you to do a 3-d version of the scorbat's both alpha and beta designs from my own artwork. and the second is a 3-D rendering of the enterprise phantom.  my question is should I ask you to start work on them now or wait tile I can send you the money for each commissioned work?
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Nestor-K-YA-T Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
How much would you charge for making an already existing 3D model look pretty? By which I mean I send you the 3D model and you add some details and textures
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