|Julia, 22, hobbyist drawer, wannabe animator and voice actress, addicted to brocolli.|
Tips to sell commissionsEDIT 15/JAN/2016Tips to sell commissions by mr-tiaa
It have been a while since I did it, wow! I'm updating with some new info and things I've learned thro this time.
On a side note, From this year on I'm working in my drawings as my main source of income, so I guess I may call it my job now, let's hope it keeps going well! ´ v `
I'll try to keep udating it as I keep getting new info/knolodge.
: BEFORE WE START :
Even if it's not your job, take it serious as if it's.
Really, even if it's a digital media, money is involved, persons are involved, take the shit serious.
So ok, here goes nothing
what you are selling,
Just sell what you know you can do. It's perfectly ok to have a list of stuff you can't do, for any reason. Everyone have limits and the customers know it.
Visual examples of what you are selling, more than one per type if possible. The result of a drawing always varies, even if done with the sa
Just created a Facebook Page!! Come and see it!https://www.facebook.com/Shiinzen/Just created a Facebook Page!! Come and see it! by Shiinzen
I'll add more drawings with time... Can I have your AMAZING presence there, please? But also, I want to thank you guys that supported me and my art until nowadays!! I've been a long way until now, all artists are on a journey that is not easy. You guys know, right? So... Do you have one minute? I promise it won't take long.
I started drawing digitally at 6, when my parents bought our first computer, those white, big, old ones. I found a program called "Microsoft Paint", and discovered that in it I could draw, too! Just like pencil and paper!! Wow.
I used to draw swans, mermaids, farms, horses, fairies... The drawings might seem ugly if I look at them today, but for me, at the time, were the most beautiful I could do! But the age of 9, I was about to give up when I found two designers who also drew with mouse, and th