Well the price for the characters you can find in my "commission info" journal. As for the background it can be anywhere from $10 to $50 depending on complexity. This one was medium detailed as I recall.
Beautiful, as always. Quick question and a bit of constructive criticism, presuming what I comment on wasn't intentional- since this is for someone else. o w ~ -So, why are his nails pointy? -And, it might be a good idea to alter the native american's skin tone a tad, give it a bit more of that rich, earthy, red-clay kind of tone that they have. It isn't bad they way it is, they just seem a tad pale, near matching to the lovely lady of European heritage. The bone structure is beautifully done. you did so great with the high cheek bones, and the nose is just right, though sometimes they have that little bump higher on the nose (think "Jewish nose" I don't know what else to call it, but very slight), though that doesn't have to be there. The subtle changes in bone structure between "continental cultures" can be very tricky to pull off, but overall, you seem to have gotten it just right, and with an artistic flair that leaves both looking so magnificent. Keep up the good work, I always enjoy looking at your pieces, they have an elegance that can not compare.
Yes, the nails and white skin were intentional because he's a vampire. Thank you for noticing the guy's bone structure. It was my first time drawing a native-american and I did look into a lot of references. I hope next time I'll do it better.