If you're talking paying only $200 to $300 for one of your pieces then Definately. to me I see that as a huge deal I'd be getting on an investment piece as artwork is. I always see people not realizing what they are paying for when the by someone's works, and that is they are actually investing to aid the artist to further his/her craft.
I would if I had the money but I can't. I would totally commission you to do a full sketch of something SOT because I want to see your rendition so bad, but I'm poor. I wish I could help man, but I can't. GL though.
I'll be taking some sort of job over the summer, and I'd certainly consider comissioning you. Although, I would most likely bolt for a print or two of your stuff, as I don't have a huge need for specifically requested works.
Wow I can't believe everyone is saying that's too high of an asking price. All of my money is currently being put into my tattoo sleeve, but dude, don't think you're charging "too much" (and I know you don't).
Definitely would commission if I could figure out what I wanted you to paint for me! Most of the things I buy aren't so sci-fi/industrial, but I'm sure I could think of something. I'm not able to do it right away, but I will definitely keep it in mind. Keep up the great work, though, and I'm sure you'll get the commissions you need. I have no problem with your prices. I think you are selling short, but in this venue I don't think you have a choice. For people who think it's too much money, I don't think you have any idea what art, especially good art, really sells for. I have paid upwards of $1500 for a digital print on canvas and would gladly do so again from that artist.
Good luck and maybe I'll be talking to you soon about a commission.