A question I get every couple of days is how to sell adopts, or asking for advice on how to do so. I thought it may be helpful to provide a journal of some tips I've found sell adoptables well, and if you have anything you'd like to add or discuss please leave a comment below!!
Pricing is difficult, and usually a really subjective topic. I like to say price your adopts at what you are willing to pay for them. If you would not pay 500 points for your design, don't assume anyone else will! This isn't to say you should under price yourself and I thoroughly encourage you not to! You deserve to be paid for your time, e
I have found this on Tumblr while scrolling through and I find this post very helpful, and I don't think some of the things (Or Most things) that are on this list has crossed anyone's mind, so hopefully this will knock into people's heads in case they forgotten manners and politeness, especially when it comes to commissioning artists and being patient.
This is also kind of a reminder, not only to me but to everyone as well.
I hope you find this helpful as well and I Hope you enjoy Reading!~
Give them info -
Don't be Vague about it. If you send someone a few sentence, they're just going to be confused about what you want.
Before we start, I would like to point out to everybody that these are just my opinions only. Some of them may come off as being (possibly) hypocritical, nonsensical, or even just an outright Biased Ragefest. If it wasn't obvious already, the things I am saying are not set in stone as factual information, but rather a bunch of opinions that some snarky 20-year-old Purple-haired Fangirl on the internet has. If you don't agree with me, that's fine. Just take it with a giant grain of salt.
So, as many of you may know, I am in the Koei Warriors Fandom and have been for around 3-4 years now. Now, myself being the fangirl I was, I mostly reme