I've been observing a situation of the artist who courageously set up their prices on very decent prices (in meaning: no more 50 bucks full color image of yer characters! but almost 200$ one for her really nice character painting) where I felt so proud of her for being brave to set up the real price of the art. But I was also a witness of bunch of complaining people (mostly I noticed they were young) screaming that her art is not worth for shitload bucks.
I really wanted to slap faces of these people.
Really, who decide that someone's art is worth that price?
You do not decide how much wort is my art - as my work.
You do not know how muc
Succeeding as an artist: These are just the thoughts that come immediately to mind.
1.) A very important and often overlooked aspect of the art industries is networking. Get to know people and especially get to know who is important to know. Acquire a list of contacts and MAINTAIN those contacts. Don't call someone up after ten years of radio silence then be like "hi, remember me? Need job now, can has?" Also, don't be a dick to people and don't burn bridges. You'd be surprised how quickly that can get you blacklisted from a variety of places. Even if someone is a rampaging, fiery doucheflute, cope..... pretty much like any other job. keep y
1.) It's national "Spill salad all over yourself" day. You should do it. It's fun. Especially when you trail a big river of salad dressing all down the front of you. Extra points if you end up with a crouton on top of your head but you're not sure how it got there.
2.) If you walk into an Ace Hardware store and ask for hydrochloric acid, cutting implements, face masks, a grill-lighter, and an elongate metal skewer, causing the employee behind the counter to stare at you with a look of dawning horror as if you just admitted to eating kittens and wiping your ass with puppies, just say "I'm an artist." He'll calm right down and happily lead you
We have a bigger and better website now that breaks the list down alphabetically and shows images so you can better see what has already been identified. I will no longer be updating the list on the blog. Please visit the new site to view the list http://art4loveisafraud.com/index.html and we have a dedicated email for you to send updates to firstname.lastname@example.org. The site is still under construction, so not all of the images are up yet but everything should be up in the next day or two. Please give us time, this is a big undertaking.
I have a new journal entry you may want to read that gives helpful tips for searching for
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