PE: Creating art on CommissionPE: Creating art on CommissionMore Like This
At some point in your career as an artist, you'll be asked to create artwork on commission. Whilst it's a wonderful feeling, being able to make money creating art, it's completely different than selling a personal piece you previously completed - accepting a commission means entering a temporary relationship with your client. As simple it may sounds, there's a lot to satisfying customer's needs, sometimes the best you can do is to say no. Being picky regarding which commission you accept is not a bad thing, but try not to automatically turn down commission because it seems to be violating your artistic integrity, it's hard to survive without paid jobs.
✐ 1. Communication and flexibility
This is the key aspect to being able to work on commissio
December Contest:iconhello3plz: :iconhello4plz:More Like This
You can feel it in the air, Winter is coming. Flowers curl up inder ice crystals, sucks skid across frozen lakes and the world is changed overnight to a Winter Wonderland.
So this month we want you to submit the best photos and drawings you can of ice and snow. Whether they are icicles dangling from the house, snowflakes falling and carpeting the ground or a curious pet investigating the Winter.
Starts 3rd December
Ends 25th December
So you've got enough time to submit the best pics.
Submit your ice tastic images into the fave folder here
Here are the rules
You can submit three works of your choice. The photos are automatically accepted so submit your best.
They must be taken or drawn by you.
It must feature something that represents