With Artkin’s Custom Art Template, each block can be done by a different artist or by the same person in a different color or style.
Think about how many people you want to involve in creating your artwork and be sure to get one with enough blocks for everyone! It’s fun and exciting to see everyone’s unique style come through in their block.
After Your Order Is Placed —
After placing your order, you will receive a ‘Design Question’ email, reminding you to email as an attachment a description, sketch or photos of your idea (jpegs are preferred) or mail to Artkin at: 7154 W. State St., Boise, ID 83714.
Describe in detail anything you would like changed.
We will do our magic and create a proof of your template design, which will arrive via email within 7-10 days after your order is placed.
If you have any issues or concerns with your custom template design, make sure to let us know when we email your final design proof. All custom sales are final once you approve your final proof.
We want you to be happy, so if you are not satisfied with the proof after three drafts, you may request a full refund of your payment—no hard feelings. (Artkin reserves the right to refund your payment and cancel the custom order if design approval is not given after three drafts.)
Your Artkin Box will ship approximately 2-3 business days after your approval, so you can get started on your drawings.
Cost includes the Artkin Box, ‘custom template’ design charge, mounting of your original artwork to canvas, and shipping both the Artkin Box and completed canvas to you. Note: You will need to pay to ship the finished drawings to us for mounting.
What’s in the Artkin Box?
The Artkin Box includes all the materials you need to create your artwork including specialized Artkin oil pastels, your custom image templates and Artkin paper. Also includes detailed, easy to follow Instructions, a bonus Tips and Techniques sheet, and return envelope for your drawings!
Please note: Artkin cannot reproduce designs that are under copyright. If you send us clip art, for example, that belongs to someone else, we can use the idea, but create a variation.