I've wanted to get a commission from Dustin since seeing his Lil Gotham work about 7 years ago.
Thankfully, in 2020, the stars aligned, Dustin had some availability, and I could afford it so I committed to a commission of my two favorite characters.
Dustin was great to work with over email, sent the art safely and securely, and I even got a little bonus art book included.
Absolutely great guy to work with and would highly recommend him to anyone.
This is a very old review, but I have to say that Jim Lee changed my life in 2007 when he drew my Batman convention sketch.
It was Supercon 2007, and only did sketches for the first 5 people in line. I was number 6. He told me if I wanted a sketch to come back later in the day, but I told him I had to go to prom at 5pm and would have to leave around 1pm. Jim told me to come before I left, and he would see what he could do.
I came back at 12:30, and Jim motioned me over and drew my Batman sketch. To this day, it's one of my favorite pieces 1) because it's a Jim Lee and 2) because of the story.
Jim is a great guy and though he has a very high rate, if you can flag him down at a convention you might just get lucky like me.
I've gotten pieces from Mike over the 10 years I've been collecting art. Whether it was at a convention or working with him over Instagram DMs, Mike has always been super communicative and has always delivered.
This is more than a decade over due, but I wanted to share my commission I received from Amanda back in 2008.
I have no idea what her rate is now (or if she's open for commissions), but back then, this was an absolute steal. And, she was great to work with. I asked her for Rogue in her Savage Land costume but also to inject it with some of the humor she puts into a lot of work.
Needless to say, she knocked it out of the park.
I was able to get a page from Y: The Last Man (one of my favorite comics) back in 2008. Pia was great to work, was super responsive over email, and the page arrived safely and with a small remarque on the back of the page.