My name's Courtney and I code things! I very recently moved to ~the big city~ , very exciting stuff, and I'm currently out of work. I've got plenty saved and I'm drifting between temp stuff so obviously I'm in no state of crisis or anything but it'd be cool to have a little bit of cash coming in, so I'm taking commissions!
Currently, I'm only taking payment through Paypal. Because these are such small transactions, I'm going to ask that payments be sent as a gift to avoid the fees, but I won't take payment until the code is completed and ready to be sent. For bigger purchases, exceptions can be made and we can do proper invoices and such!
Here's a basic rundown of the commission process:
- Contact me and tell me what you want! This can be as specific or not as you need it to be: I can code from a sketch if you have a specific image in mind, or you can give me a list of attributes you're looking for in your code. I'll give you a price quote and make sure we're on the same page before I get going.
- If the design's been left to me, I'll give you some concept sketches. As an example, a request for "circular images, room for about 100 words, matching a thick-bordered theme" was given these sketches, ultimately resulting in this code. We can tweak these as much as needed until you decide you like a design!
- I'll make the code, give you a look see, and we can adjust it as necessary. Once we decide everything looks good, I'll take payment and then send you the code itself with instructions.
As a disclaimer, graphics editing is not my forte, but I can incorporate any graphics given to me without a problem! Graphics editing will cost extra, though.
Prices are charged in $3 increments by default, but I'm willing to discuss more complicated or intensive designs! If you're interested in something not even kind of like anything represented here, talk to me about it! I've coded stuff like Tumblr themes in the past and I've played around with designing DW journal layouts, too. I'm willing to give most stuff a go!▲
CR charts with little else than an icon and a blurb will almost always be this much. Hovering over the thumbnails gives a description of the code and clicking it will bring you to the code itself!
CR charts with extras like a key or links will usually be closer to $6, and so will basic navigation tables. Hovering over the thumbnails gives a description of the code and clicking it will bring you to the code itself!
Profile codes are pretty much definitely going to start here because DW is not friendly about how it handles profile HTML. Navigational tables that aren't excessively simple usually start here, too. Hovering over the thumbnails gives a description of the code and clicking it will bring you to the code itself!
Anything that involves heavy graphic editing on my part, complex profile codes, and/or stuff with a lot of pieces and parts is going to be more expensive. Hovering over the thumbnails gives a description of the code and clicking it will bring you to the code itself!
If you're interested in commissioning me, the best ways to get in contact with me are either via a PM to this account, or you can send a private Plurk to my personal account. Comments on this journal entry are unscreened, so they're not a great way to get in contact with me for your commission but you're free to ask questions here if you'd rather!
A CR chart designed like a menu! Great for all your cannibal character needs.
This was made for a commission and, as such, the code is not being shared and this isn't for public use; this is displayed as a sample.
Commission info is here!
A CR chart with the option of having a box for symbols and a key to go with it! Or a box for whatever. Or you can just not have the box. It's your chart, dude.
( and you'll never get sad and you'll never get sick and you'll never get weak )
As always, let me know if you're having any problems at all! I could have proofread this better so definitely lemme know if there are any mistakes.
A code for Call Me Out posts that has room for the icons of the three characters you're most itching to play, a link to your muselist, a blurb about your requirements, and some links to prompts.
I've been using this one for myself for a while, but since I'm going to be remaking it, I'm going to share this one for use!
( people, all the people with big bellies banging bigger drums, they beat down on you, they beat the pulse into your shoes )
As always, if you need any help or encounter any problems, let me know and I'll help you through them!
( additionally: a small whine )
This CR chart goes straight down. There are little icons at the top and if you click on them, they'll bring you right to the character!
See it live!
( all i wanted to be was a million miles from here, somewhere more familiar )
As always, if you need help with any of this or you've encountered any problems, let me know!
A navigation table made with game advertisements in mind, but of course, you can use this for anything.
This has two separate codes depending on whether you want to use it in a journal entry, or in a comment. Please read the instructions carefully and let me know if you're having any trouble at all!
Preview Art Credit
( don't get all twisted alone in the dark )
See it live!
This is a navigation table made specifically with OCs in mind—hence the space for some vital stats and an information blurb. The informational blurb will scroll if it overflows, but the vital stats blurb won't. It has four links for you to customize, or you can add a second row to get nine. The image at the left has to be 200x300 pixels.
( this is why we work hard )
This was a commission for my pal Ira, and as such, I will not be posting the code. I'm posting it here as a sample of my work!
Since I don't have a proper commissions post set up yet, if you're interested in commissioning something like this from me (CR charts and muselists like this and others that I've made would be 30 points), you can send me a PM!
These were made for my RP journals, and probably won't be made public because working out the margins and such to keep everything in place is too big a pain in the butt to adjust for variations on image sizes and number of boxes and so on and so on.
You can see them in action here for Zia's and here for Aoi's!