Credit and Contact
Conditions apply for commercial use
Do not redistribute my stock
Credit me if you have used any of my stock. Please include a link to my DeviantArt profile faestockFAQ #81: How can I create links to other deviants, deviations, or websites?
Contact me when you have used my stock, providing me with a link to the artwork.
You may post artworks containing my stock on other websites/magazines/tutorials.
Using stocks as references in real world ( i.e exhibitions, shows, school portfolios/classes) That are not on the internet is fine.
A stock credit is always displayed clearly near the image, including a link to my DeviantArt profile faestock
You may sell 'on-demand' prints of your artworks containing my stock, anywhere you like.
Absolutely no redistribution of my stock in any form is allowed (this includes tubing) The only place where my stock is provided is in this account faestock COMMERCIAL USE
If the book/merchandise is available for free, printed on demand or less then 100 copies are being made, then you can use my stock for free.
If the book/merchandise is being sold, or more than 100 copies are being made then i ask for a once of royalty fee, Using pay pal.
Contact me by email email@example.com for commercial enquiries. serious inquiries only
(equivalent to Australian Dollars)
E-Book Only $20
Printed Books and Merchandise (i.e Album covers, calendars, T-shirts, jewellery)
Exclusive contract only. Includes rights to E-books.
100-200 copies - $75
200-500 copies - $150
500-1000 copies - $200
1,000- 2,000 copies - $300
2,000 - 5,000 copies - $500
5,000-10,000 copies - $1000
Please answer as many of these questions as you can regarding commercial projects to speed up the process: Who is the author/maker?
Who is the publisher/manufacturer(s)?
Where will it be published/sold?
How much will your item cost?
How many copies will be made?
Can i receive a copy?
I am not a monster
If you would like any of these point clarified let me know FAQ #217: What are "Stock and Resources" and can I use them in my submissions?FAQ #157: Can I use things created by other people in my submissions?