CLOSED * DESIGN ME A THING CONTESTSorry for the wait I had a really hard time with trying to sort these out, mk? I'll keep this short and sweet for the beginning. Anyways I based these off both creativity and which ones I'd use more than once. Since I was seeking new character or species, whichever you guys decided to draw, I do want to actually use them and not see them go to waste.CLOSED * DESIGN ME A THING CONTEST in Personal More Like This
IF YOU WIN ANYTHING PLEASE COMMENT so that I can send prizes and check you off so I don't forget something.
FIRST PLACE IS Vaheoke
Just... everything about this is amazingly adorable and a combo of my favorite colors. Just... amazing job! <3 The little chibi ref tooo hhhhh!
SECOND PLACE IS KestrelRaptor
This is super creative and amazing looking! So fluffy and cute I could just die squeeing all day. I really wish these were real.
Tips on Selling at Cons and Running a BusinessI've gotten a few notes/comments asking how to run a table at a con and how I keep up my business and I'd like to answer them!Tips on Selling at Cons and Running a Business in Personal More Like This
We shall start with the more popular one and that is how to sell at conventions.
Well, first of all make sure you have the proper paperwork. Selling in the U.S requires either a sellers permit or a business license. The difference between the two is a sellers permit is free but temporary, and a business license you have to pay for but is indefinite. I currently use a quarter period sellers permit, so I can sell anywhere for 6 months without needing a new permit. At the end of said 6 months I report how much money I made and pay taxes. That's right, you have to pay taxes. Even if you are a minor, a sellers permit requires you to pay taxes on your earnings. Though most of the money you make is untraceable cash so the government doesn't know how much you make *cough* so you know... be honest and report %100 of all your earnings as a responcible adult *wink* *wink*