How to Order


As an artist I love to create everything requested and give my customers the highest standard I can. Being busy and popular as an artist is great, but means I have to organise my time well. To do this I focus only on one main airbrushing project at a time and a few initial design works.

I set that project a start date and estimated end date. Before the work arrives I will have drawn up designs and finalized with the customer how the finished project is to look, I then order all the supplies and paints needed for that project in advance, ready for the project , no matter how big or small, turning up at my studio.

Although every customer and project is different, I put as much effort into my designs and ideas as I do the finished painting working with what the customer wants. I spend time talking through with customers what they imagine the finished project to look like and altering my ideas and designs to suit. If needed i can work to budget and draw up different designs for a different price range. I normally produce quick sketches,pencil drawings, watercolours and  digital designs to show how I imagine the finished airbrush project will look.

I offer to keep in touch with my customers via phone, email or messenger (which ever suits) and keep customers up to date with pictures, if they want to see, them throughout the project on milestone points in the design.


After contacting me I am happy to discuss and talk through ideas via phone, messenger, social media or email. I will talk through all the options on designs, sizes, surfaces, prep and finish this will allow me to predict the time scale needed to finish the project and also the cost of the project.

After talking through the project the next stage is to book in work as this starts the design process. All work, big or small,  is booked in with the same 25% deposit. After receiving the deposit any available times and dates can be chosen for the projects start date so the project really does work around whats suits you best. I am normally booked out at least a few weeks in advance, but this gives me time to draw up designs before a project arrives for art and paint.

Ready for the start date items, if small enough, can be delivered via post. If projects are posted to me, there is no extra cost for postage of finished projects back as I work the cost into the cost of the order. Customers are more than welcome to bring the projects to my studio if they prefer or due to the project size postage isn’t an option.

Finished airbrushing projects are always finalized and approved by the customer before I seal them with clear coat and polish ready for deliver or collection. The finial balance is payable anytime before collection, this can be paid in installments during the time I am painting or in one final payment just before on on collection.


If any more information information is needed on ordering, please contact me and I will happily discuss the process and any options available in more detail.