Hello! :wave: I thought of making this small guide, based from my personal experience, to give tips to artists, mostly beginners, to be more successful at selling commissions, since seeing from my previous journal many had difficulty with it. So here are some tips to help boosting your sales.
Have your commission info somewhere visible
Possibly, people won't even know you are taking commissions or if they are open if you don't put your commission info somewhere they can see. You can do this in a journal, that I mostly recommend, since it will be showing into your watcher's inboxes and most of your watchers probably rarely visit your profi
Lexi stared at her reflection in the mirror.
“Am I finished already..?” she thought to herself.
She had assumed it would've taken her much longer than it did to get herself ready for the day. A long, hot shower followed by some work with her hair had eaten up a decent amount of time, but she couldn't escape the feeling that her morning routine had gotten significantly shorter as of late. It hadn't even been a full hour since breakfast and she must've been staring at her reflection for the past fifteen minutes.
After a moment, she decided to open her cosmetic drawer to see if anything could catch her attention, but even that d
“… I swear that guy isn’t even human... err… tasmanian. He’s more like one gigantic stomach with hair!”
They had only been driving for a few minutes, but Duck had been talking almost non-stop since they left the tower. The three of them were taking one of Tech's prized creations, a sleek 4-seater car known by the team as "Black Lighning" that could hit up to 250 mph and looked about as good as its name made it sound. Ace was at the wheel and Rev sat shotgun. Duck was enjoying a long and open backseat to himself, making a point to stretch himself out as much as possible.
“I’m pretty sure
With the mallard's arrival, a pair of metal doors rushed open allowing Duck to enter the kitchen/dining area where the rest of his teammates had already gathered. Both Rev and Lexi were working in the kitchen. Rev was multi-tasking at top speed bolting between the stovetop, the oven, and the contents of the refrigerator. Lexi was at one of the counters mixing what appeared to be waffle batter in a large bowl. In the center of the room, a number of covered food platters had been placed over a large rectangular dining table. Ace sat at the far end, reading a newspaper, while Slam sat at the close end, trying to construct some kind of pyram
“…It is why we are gathered here on this day, the one-year anniversary of the meteor’s impact,” a booming voice proclaimed through a microphone. The voice belonged to the mayor of Acmetropolis who was standing in front of a podium on a large stage before hundreds… no, thousands of citizens. “Adjusting to this strange new world has been difficult for all of us. Fortunately, we have had help from six extraordinary individuals who have watched over and protected us…”
The six individuals she spoke of stood proudly side-by-side next to her on the stage. Each of them played an important role a