Thanks to the efforts of AriBanks and her supporters, you’ve gotten a glimpse of DeviantArt Eclipse. So now you probably want in? We’re stoked that you want access to the new redesign and to experience DeviantArt in dark or light.
To get DeviantArt Eclipse:
Favourite this journal
Comment below (and while you’re at it, feel free to tag a friend or two who may want to try it too!)
We’ll add you to our growing list of deviants interested in stepping into the new phase with Eclipse. Keep in mind Eclipse will be steadily rolled out to deviants in batches over the coming weeks and months, so don’t fret if you haven’t received a notification just yet!
If I am taking special sale commissions, some of these may not apply. Refer to the sale journal.
May not be open for commissions atm - please ask.
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Current (base) price for a Full Render is
:bulletgreen: $100 USD :bulletgreen:
Other popular purchases include:
B/W sketches: $30
Flat Colour Sketch: $45
Full Colour Sketch: $ 50
"Advanced" Sketch for $80
[ more or less examples of render ]
Extra characters adds 75% (each) of the base price (Max is 3 people in one piece.)
If you've commissioned me at least twi
Have you seen someone take commissions with the following in their terms: you must pay the PayPal fee (calculate it at a site like http://www.ppcalc.com)?
Every time I run across someone with those terms, I tell them this is against PayPal's terms of service. Some respond 'oh, okay' and remove it, others argue with me and say it's not against their terms. One person has said they will refuse to work on the commission unless I do pay the fees.
I contacted PayPal directly regarding this to get final word on whether this is a violation or not.
Here is my question:
When I am shopping online, I often see people have a rule that if you pay with