I've decided that I'm never ever going to take commissions anymore. Ever.
...well, maybe not ever. But at least for a while.
I still have a few I need to finish after taking a long hiatus from any sort of digital drawing or painting while I was moving, and I will finish them, but from now on, I will be working exclusively on projects. That includes practice; I'm dedicating my time and my will to creating things that will have more purpose than rotting alone on a website or in someone's folders. I appreciate all of your continued love and support, but my heart yearns for application! So... keep an eye out, I guess!
Thank you all so very muc
Hello! Nice to see you all again! How long has it been? Don't answer that.
(Could have been longer actually, but I'm trying to be witty here.)
Basically I'm going to be asking for a little help here.
I know that for some of you this is out of the question,
and don't worry about it. Even if you just don't want to, I understand!
Lately I've been making some major changes in my life.
I've decided it might be best for me to ditch my typical drawing methods
and find something that I'm more comfortable with.
I think I've found it, but it needs polish.
I believe that will come with time and diligence.
Another change is that I'll be movin
As it stands now, any time I do commissions I'm working for about 10-20% of minimum wage.
It wasn't originally a problem, but I'm coming to a point in my life where I really need to start making enough money to live off of; to start being serious.
I'm having trouble getting a "regular" job, so I'm beginning to consider an attempt to live off of my skills.
This means I'll have to go about things a lot differently; I'll have to actually start spreading myself around and selling myself in hopes of getting some work.
But my main question is this; would it be odd to charge for commissions based on time spent, rather than chibi vs. waist up vs.