Hey all! Amazingly, I get tons of requests each month for commissioned artwork. Everything from Super Smash Wars to Trains-Formers, and even a few heart-warming Xombie requests now and then. And though I’d love to work with you all, I only have a small number of commission slots available each month (Sorry! Animation is stupid time-consuming) Any additional overflow orders are rolled over immediately into the following months, and fulfilled in the order received.
So, if you’ve ever wanted to ride in the TARDIS, punch a TRAINS-FORMER, or battle it out as your favorite video game character, just select one of the spiffy PayPal buttons below, and it will prompt you to describe your awesome idea on the following page. And in case you’d like your image to resemble YOU or someone you know, I’ll email you at the address provided for a headshot once I begin.
All images are delivered via the email address provided as hi-res, printable PNGS. (Need a different format? Just note it in the description)
1 Character (Any Character) for $150-
2 Characters (Any Characters) for $250 -
3 Characters (Any Characters) for $350-
What’s that you say? Your idea requires more than three characters? You’d like to know my policy on tentacles? Think you might want your picture to move and make noise as well? No worries, yo. Get all up in my grill, and let’s hug out the details:
If you’re a fan of floating cities, steampunk, transforming trains, robot squids, clockwork frogs, and/or mechanical magnet women, there’s a fair to moderate chance SteamPuff Episode 2 will make you swoon with geek-tastic happiness. Mad props to the brilliant animation team at Steelehouse Productions who, in my humble yet biased opinion, have handily helped create the single greatest kids show of all time.
What do you get when you combine 1989′s Ghostbusters 2 with Mario, Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Toad, Yoshi, Baby Yoshi, Baby Mario, Boo, King Boo, Dry Bones, Greenie, Shadow Queen, Roger the Potted Ghost, Poe, Kirby, Kamek, Wario, Hammer Brothers, Boomerang Brothers, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mad Piano, Demon Train, Koopa Kid, Samus Aran and Bowser?
Transforming trains. Floating island cities. And a dangerously awesome dose of H.P. Lovecraft. Sound tasty?
Thanks to the mind-meltingly gifted team at Steelehouse Productions, I am proud and excited to finally unveil my latest children’s project to the world: THE SKY HIGH CITY OF STEAMPUFF. Click on over, give it a peek, and don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE for future episodes!
For those of you who still crave the unmitigated spectacle of giant steam locomotives transforming into colossal, hammer-wielding robotic juggernauts … prepare to get your squeal on, kids. Thanks to the massively (some might even say disgustingly) talented crew at Steelehouse Productions, I can now officially reveal the teaser for my latest top secret project: The Sky High City of SteamPuff!
With the first 4 episodes of the Trains-Formers series pulled (without prior notice) by HiT Entertainment, it seemed as though Vector’s animated adventures were over for good. Fortunately, I am not a big fan of being told what to do. But I AM a big fan of my son. Add those together and you get TRAINS-FORMERS 5. (Minus the trains, of course)