So you want to do commissions? Part 3-Expectations by RBL-M1A2Tanker, journal
So you want to do commissions? Part 3-Expectations
Welcome to Part III of this little informative series on commissions. My apologies for the delay. That is the holidays for you though. I enjoyed myself though, and I hope you all did as well. :D
Last time I wrote about how you, as the artist, should defend yourself from unscrupulous clients. This time, we shall cover together what the client should expect of you during the commissioning process, and what you should expect of them. Keep in mind this is a general overview, and Im sure everyone has other methods, which is to be expected. Also keep in mind this will probably be a short and to the point article.
So you want to do commissions? Part II - Defend by RBL-M1A2Tanker, journal
So you want to do commissions? Part II - Defend
Welcome to Part II of this little informative series on commissions. The last one was nicely received, and some had some good points that they wished would be brought up. Some of those questions and points will be mentioned in this specific article (or hopefully so).
To recap, last time I covered some very general points on how to get started in taking commissions. Building on that, this article covers how an artist should protect him or herself from those who would take advantage of your good nature or your inexperience, and sometimes both. And sometimes some folks are straight up thieves in disguise. By the end of this arti