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thanks for this very open words!
can you send me an image WHAT is Skimpwear? I checked google and the results are very different...
I wish we would REALLY start getting more male clothes AND hell we have 1.000´+ Dresses, even females could get different clothes and not another! dress... same for renderosity.
About Paypal, well I pay all my stuff on renderotica via paypal, so I am confused why some does scare about it.
Patreon explained a while ago, they bann 18+ stuff because of paypal, but... other sites can use paypal (like pixiv) where is a lot naughty stuff.
Skimpwear is not a technical term, it just means "clothes that are skimpy." Skimpy means "not covering a lot compared to normal clothing." So this is very subjective! Different people of different ages and from different places have different opinions (and will argue them on the forum).
To me, an upper middle class American who was born in 1981, "skimpy" means "revealing some combination of the midriff, cleavage, midback, and thighs." People complaining about skimpwear usually mean they would like to see less bikini-shaped things and more long-sleeved and long-pants and full breast coverage.
Thus, definitely skimpwear:
Definitely not skimpwear:
Everything in between is some way arguable.
There are more female clothes because people buy more clothes for women. I make good money out of my male clothes, but that is because I make unisex outfits and I am bad at female clothing. I know from talking to others that I'm the exception to the rule here.
Technically you don't buy anything from Renderotica via Paypal. If you go through checkout there, you may note the checkout screen is routed through their NON erotica site, CG Bytes. This allows them to dodge the rules. I don't know if Pixiv is doing something similar, but I wouldn't be surprised. At some point it is possible Paypal will realize this and cut them off, but it's a reasonable risk.
Ahhh wonderful explaining! Yeah I am sad, we have so much "skimpwear" I love casual clothes, giving my images more the touch of a normal life, same for environments, does our char always have to "life" in a Villa? do they need Luxery Sport cars?
A Normal house is very rare, its mainly all Luxery.
"you may note the checkout screen is routed through their NON erotica site, CG Bytes. "
Oh yeah thats right!
Well for Pixiv... the site themself is not declared as erotica, some peoples try theyre luck and post there just normal art (not with much views peoples are there for naughty stuff).
The Fanbox is just like Patreon so... the question is, will Paypal go and checkout from who it comes? If paypal only get the info "Pixiv Subscription" they will not get any info. On my Paypal bills are just Japanese letters.
"ピクシブ株式会社 hat Ihnen 699 JPY gesendet"
(Pixiv ltd, did send you xY money) nice mixed from Japanese and German :D
No idea why Paypal is so crazy with erotica... but you can pay in german erotic stores also with Paypal. Eis.de is a Erotic store and you can use PP :)
"I make good money out of my male clothes, but that is because I make unisex outfits and I am bad at female clothing."
If you wanna make me happy with something unisex:
Make a Dungaree/overall which is undressable, so far I know this is the only:
but the buttons are bad and it opens like a jacket.
The most Dforce dungarees can just fall a bit down like a skirt, but when you move the straps under the arms it will break because of the buttons :(
I think I saw one dungaree with undressing morphs but I think it was for poser or for a "low" Genesis char.
I asked already on Renderosity peoples, most arent answering, one answered, that he prefer to make dresses.
The store is overloaded with dresses :(
I wish there would be a option to Hire people to make outfits/props, but not even on Fiverr can you find People with skills for daz3d.
Sorry, but probably not. That's a female piece, a more technically difficult piece, and I'm not certain of its marketability to a larger audience.
I have an article on why I don't do commissions:
This is also why there aren't people on Fiverr. If someone actually knows how to model AND texture AND rig, commissions are not a good use of those talents because fully rigged, textured clothes that look good take a lot of hours to make. The only way to get paid a livable wage for the inevitable big time chunk is to be on a market where you can sell to a wide audience.
well, my idea of comission is those: I pay the Creator a bigger first time purchase value and THEN he is still allowed to sell it to daz3d or renderosity, because I know the one time payment is it not worth.
That would also be bad, I would love when someone does also enjoy the product I "initiated", like I pay 50-70€/$ for the first Purchase and then it goes into public market, like Kickstarter, just Personal ;)
"and I'm not certain of its marketability to a larger audience." People love naughty undressable clothes, there is just so far no naughty dungaree ;)
And... no dungarees arent female exclusive ;)
So you see its very flexible, for young, old, Man and Women.
Maybe.... there is time to make something like Patreon daz3d?
Where good artists can present 2-5 concepts and the users can vote what they would like of them AND they support it, so the Artist get however paid, even if it fails at the end, he know he HAVE some money...
Or like Kickstarter, but just for every product.
Just an idea :/
I would love to support awesome outfits I would say ~70$ is a good max amount for myself for a good clothe piece ;)
I appreciate the fascinating and well written info here. I knew on a basic, big-picture level that clothing must be much more difficult than most of the stuff I want to do, but I didn't have a realistic sense of scale on that difficulty (historically accurate / realistic medieval plate armour is one of those things I've always wanted, and thought "Maybe someday" I'd make, just for my own satisfaction, and I figured it had to be just about impossible to get the joints to work, or someone would have already done it.)
Anyway, I've now got the luxury of expanding my time into some creative fields I've had to ignore in favor of the ones I was already good at, and I stumbled upon one of your tutorials on YouTube, and, boy, do you do a good job of 'em. I'll thank you by buying your tutorials on DAZ as I have time to digest them and move on to the next one, but I wanted to thank you here, as well. Then, today, a link on the DAZ forums led me here, to learn about transferring face morphs from G3 to G8, and I find out you're as fun / rewarding to read as you are to listen to. So thanks, again
On the catalogue salez...I woz taking with...Aeon Soul? And I woz thinking, if you left your old V4 stuffz up...wouldn't you get trickle sales? I mean I iz use V4 still...almost exclusively..and many of the old stuffz iz gone...and they woz nice and I haz seen her still in use all over..plus wif the Generation transfer utilites U can sue them on Gemesis 2 and so on.
Second...I woz thinking of getting into Blender for I guess "Simple" prop design...prolly nuffink simple about it but iz wanna dip my toe...iz see you use Z-Brush on U-Tubez for hair and so on.
I wud be very interested in you posting some of the more basic details or work flowz?
Keep being Awesomez!