Neat Freak [Artist!ReaderxLevi ModernAU Crackfic]Neat Freak [Artist!Reader x Levi] [Modern AU] [Crackfic]More Like This
You were laying on your bed with your phone next to you, listening to Mikasa's tale of her latest date with Eren, when you suddenly heard Levi's voice calling you, and he sounded like he was close by. "Did you hear that?" You asked unsure.
"Levi's there, but why do you look surprised? You said you were expecting him in a little while," Mikasa reminded, her face showing a hint of puzzlement at your expression on the cell phone screen.
"Yes, but he sounds like he's already here, as in here, like inside," before you could further explain yourself, Levi appeared at your bedroom door.
"Oh, the key," Mikasa recalled with a teasing smile that requested further details in the future. "Talk to you later, (Name)."
"Bye," ending the call, you stood from your bed and went to greet your boyfriend with a kiss. Last time you picked what to do together, so now it was his turn to choose.
After the kiss, Levi handed you a key, "you can use it when
ART: A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO PRICING YOUR ARTA BEGINNERS GUIDE TO PRICING ARTMore Like This
There are several reasons why an artist will make the decision to sell their work. For some artists, it is almost accidental that they are discovered doing what they love by someone who is willing to pay for it. Often these scenarios lead to a decision to go public, but not all artists sell their works so easily. There are artists who study and practice and build up an inventory of works with the full intention of selling those works for income. For these artists who depend upon sales as a means of income, and possibly survival, pricing art is imperative. Then there are the artists who slowly venture into the arena, one piece at a time, testing the proverbial waters and gauging whether or not their works will compete well in the art world. Regardless of the beginnings or the motivations, pricing art is a task which has confounded the best of artists.
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Six Ways to Earn More CommissionsIf you’re serious about earning an income with your art, then you have to be serious about marketing yourself. If you’re like me, you hate selling… you don’t like rejection, it makes you nervous and you think you’re no good at it. That’s why we’re artists and not salesmen. Fortunately marketing yourself is kind of an art form. Although I don’t have all the answers, I’d like to share a little of what I’ve learned about the art of marketing ourselves.More Like This
Be Seen: First, make it easy for people to find you. Create a deviation with a list of the different kinds of commissions you offer, with a sample and a price for each. Put this deviation near the top of your profile so that everyone knows you’re open for commissions. Here’s mine as an example:
Join commission groups where people looking for commissions can find you. Many commission groups will expect you to have a commission s
So you want to do commissions?A basic guide to setting up commissionsMore Like This
When it comes to commissioning, there is so much that needs to be decided, arranged and thought of that it can all appear a bit daunting at first.
However: when following a couple of basic guidelines, setting up commissions really is not as hard as you think!
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First things first
So you have decided you want to start doing commissions. That's great!
The first thing to do is to determine what you want to offer.
Do you want to offer drawings, or designs?
Will you be coding journal-skins for people, or will you be pixeling?
Take a look through your gallery and try to determine what you do best and what you like to do the most.
Because that will most likely be what you'll be offering.
Stick to what you're good at.
Don't promise what you can't deliver when someone is paying you for it.
Now that you've mo