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MOVE on 'Overpricing': About 'Overpricing' things

[My Opinion Versus Everyone's] Please remember these are simply my opinions and are not meant to imply that you should agree or disagree nor should these prove to be offensive in any way; if I do come across displeasingly then you have my apologies beforehand, thank you.
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Ah! And btw, if you haven't seen Stephen Silver's video about pretty much this topic, please do :) -> www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWXYoD…


I see a lot of comments here and there that go something like this...
"50 points?? Why would I pay 50 points for an adopt..."
or...
"100 points? Are you sure you're not overpricing that...?!"

And I'm sure many of you have seen similar comments, now I understand that points aren't the easiest things to accumulate when you're fresh into dA or even well into your time here, as I was once a 13 year old kid who joined dA and got excited over her first 10 points :la: ...which I kept and refused to spend because it took a while's worth of designing adopts to get that ten points.

A while?
About ... oh.. over a good hour or so?

And in reality if I were 'convert' that now, of course considering the amount dA takes, I get 10 cents. That's $0.10 USD.

Minimum wage over here is $8 an hour and you get more for babysitting a kid --I don't know about you but industry standard for art goes up to the thousands range (don't believe me? Look it up) for something you can get for roughly $200 in dA, give or take a few +/-$50's etc, by artists anybody reasonable would deem professional, and of course I'm not saying it's reasonable to sell them at industry standard prices since most of us don't use art we commission, commercially.

I'm just saying that $0.10 for an hour's work, gives you about $1 after 10 hours.

That's... enough to buy you a burger after a hard's day work. Minus the drink and fries :)

--Oops! I forgot to include tax. Never mind! No burger at all.

Sure, when you don't/can't buy points and you don't get commissions at the moment (you will! :D Just keep drawing and you will be noticed! It's what I did :aww: If you don't believe me on that you can read a previous entry-> capukat.deviantart.com/journal…), it doesn't mean you have to be irrational and make someone feel bad for pricing art, designs, etc for something as insufficient as 10 points. Or 50, or even 100. Because technically once we convert that to real money -since points don't buy any food- we get $1. 

What I'm suggesting isn't that you go on a shopping spree and purchasing things priced at 100 points when all you have is 100 or so, just be thoughtful before commenting :)

Chances are, as I know there's no such thing as "all the time", most people -even people and friends I know-, will price commissions at anything from 4 points for a fully rendered image, and 100 points as their max.

I understand that some of us may still be 'amateurs' in this business (even I'm not professional right now!), but you know, instead of producing creative work for $0.10-$1 or maybe even $5 an hour on here, they could all be working a job for $8/hour (at least!), or if not old enough, then babysitting for $15/hour (or more!), or even doing other work that doesn't really give us the privilege so see the art we do and purchase for 10 points now do we?

Don't under-value yourself!
That's also another thing I need to write about, it's art style. 
As long as you stick to your own style, even if you're not even sure of a style yet or have one that's you yet, there's still not another person in the world that can perfectly replicate yours.
Also implying you can't replicate your idols' works unfortunately--take inspiration, yes! But never draw like them in that sense, frankly speaking.

So as long as you're doing art the way you feel it should be done, then there's no reason for your work to never be unoriginal or invaluable.  It took me a good year to settle on a style I find suits me and is still undergoing changes when I feel like I need to improve upon something, and for some it takes longer or shorter, but it's what attracts people to your work!

It's the same thing with you, what if you looked like every super model out there? No one would be pretty anymore, we'd just be another Barbie/Ken doll in a sea of other Barbies and Ken dolls!

So there's my little bit on self-appreciation. And for those that find it hard to be self confident, I can sympathize but that's no excuse to not try :)

So anyhow, don't complain if someone's pricing work at anything under 100 points because it doesn't matter how 'awful' you think their work is, just remember they're not pricing it at $100.

It's $1, mind you.

You would feel just as bad if you were pricing your work at $1 and have someone imply that your work isn't worth $1. 
$1 that probably in the hands of most kids and teens is spent at the school vendor for a bag of chips.

Weigh your options Wisely.

I've had people tell me 1000 points sounds ridiculous, and yes that's the thing with big numbers!
We think "1 thousand" and our jaws drop because we associate that with $1,000.

But even in other countries that aren't familiar with USD, some currencies are at an exchange rate of 1,000 ___ to $1. 

But either way, as hard as it may be to come by points without many means of earning them, it doesn't excuse you from thinking how your words and actions can affect others who at a first glance you might feel "overprice" things.

No one likes working for less than the minimum, and $1, let alone 10 cents, is far below that minimum standard.

Think more; wisely. Be less impulsive and rationalize for a change.

And imagine yourself being told that you're not worth 10 cents.

:) Because you and I know you're worth a lot more than that.




Supplements/Edits: (things I add after reading comments that remind me of things I should add :D)

-Just because you can't afford something, does not mean it's overpriced. Just because you can't buy a laptop, does not mean it's overpriced. 
Just because you can't buy a design/art, does not mean it's overpriced.

-I understand that 80 :points:=$1 ,but that money is virtually useless -no pun intended- for you as a living person, unless converted and dA takes 20 percent. But even then, 100 points is only $1.25... Okay so now you can get a burger.

-And yes, please don't under-value yourself once again. You can charge 25 points for an adoptable, like I once did, and be successful, and I always recommend starting small! Not too small as in 1 point, but 25 is a popular and reasonable starting point :) ....noooo pun intended xD This doesn't mean you're unappreciating yourself by undercharging, this just means you're being smart by actually making 25 points than if you priced it at 1,000 right of the bat and made 0 :) Just make sure that when you finally get a degree in art you still don't do the 25 points if you get my drift~

-Haha, and yes quality does matter of course! I wouldn't pay 100 points for a poorly colored base either, as mentioned in a comment, but for clarification, I do mean original art! :) Something someone put effort into!

-And this one is important, but I too thought a lot of things were so 'pricey' when I first joined dA. I had never sold a piece of art before and whatever work I did was requests, so I had no idea how to price things. That's when I looked to the already existent community of artists who took commissions to see how I should price my own things. When I saw prices like $5 or more eye-opening, 500 points, I recoiled a bit and wondered if that was a good idea. I didn't know of the industry standard or what people were even willing to value their art as since I'd been working free. But this is the real world, and no time is spent free :( Even when we're in school and don't need the money for 'food and rent' etc, we could be studying or doing other work but it's time we invest to bring you art. 
I understand that at first it may be a lot to get used to, but I never commented on anything saying it was overpriced, not only because I didn't feel like I had the right to even make someone feel bad--that's up to the commissioner I believe to point something like that out. But because I knew that without me actually experiencing the work load myself and taking time to learn the way this "works", I can't judge fairly. So please reconsider before making comments like "50 points is not worth is", because it makes you look bad, not the artist :)

-Oh haha, I forgot to mention this too! Also consider raising your prices for the benefit of others :meow: Why? Because let's say you're professional and you charge $5 (exaggerating for the purpose of easier visualization xD), and other professionals charge $100-200 for the same 'full picture' commission. 
Under simple circumstances, you'd look at those two prices and even if you had a good $300 on you, I think we'd all go for the $5, at least first :) Because that's just natural and it's fine.
But you know what you should do? Raise your prices, benefiting yourself, and the market. It's awfully nice for the consumer but not only are you going to be overworking yourself, others are going to really lose out on a lot of business too!

-By the way, Art is a creative business, you can't price the priceless :)

-OH, I must not forget to mention, this is going to be one of my biggest tips.

QUALITY OVER QUANTITY.

Build your reputation! When I first took commissions I spent 6-7 hours on a 1000 point commission which is ($12 not converted, $10 converted), meaning I made 70 points an hour. I then got a chibi commission I spent 3-4 hours on and made only $2. The initial time investment is FINE. It helps to start when you're younger and not needing the money to live, but as logical as you find it to not spend the big bucks on some company you don't know, it's the same case with art. How can you trust the artist will finish it on time? Or even at all? Or that it'll come out good? Chances are you INSTINCTIVELY DO NOT. So build people's trust and show them you can get the work done. :) With practice, the same quality image you spent 4 hours on, will reduce to 1 hour. As with me xD It's different for everyone, but trust me haha.
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KAL0PSIA Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2015   Traditional Artist
Love this! Someone recently brought up question of what my commission rate were; I was kind of excited but then I thought- Wait, I never have had anyone ask that, and because of that, I never really thought about it ... so I went on a searching spree of what people usually charge for their commish rates in similar art. This came up and was really helpful, thank you! 
Technically, on this account, I am a new member (though I've had a photo account for over a year here :P) so I don't think it's right for me to jump right into $$ commishes without building up some reputation of some sort, or establishing more of my art to create a portfolio, sort of, so that people can see consistency of some sort. Plus, I assume nobody else would buy anything, right now, if I were to post rates, considering how few watchers and visitors I have :)
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GlaringFeline Featured By Owner Edited Jul 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I agree wholeheartedly! People shouldn't bust their ass for pennies. I spend roughly 2-4 hours on some of my best work and I'm not about to accept the price equivalent of a lunch at a fast food joint for all that time. Add on the years it took to get me where I am. Not only am I being payed for the work I do on that particular piece, I'm also getting paid for years of work it took me to get where I am now. I have a tenancy to under-rate myself but I can say that my years of work are not worth one USD.

It is very childish and very insulting to tell an artist that their work is overpriced, I wish more people on this site saw this; but a lot of people here are young and new to the art community. Let them have a few years on art sites, they'll realize that $10 is actually very cheap. :lol: I've gotten a commission that was almost $50 at a con in November. While I thought that was kinda high at first, I didn't complain because I know that was professional quality, expensive tools were used to draw it, the Artist Alley table rent isn't cheap, and it came out amazing; I didn't regret my purchase for a moment and it is still in the same condition I got it in.

I don't blame people for complaining about those that charge $10 for a terribly colored-over base or recolor of some sort.
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Sorry for the late reply!

But yeah my thoughts too! Since all artists spend years perfecting their craft. 

I have to say, after I've stayed here a decent while, even $50 is cheap to me at this point. 

Although yes x___x a bad recolor or something probably isn't worth it..
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GlaringFeline Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
It's okay. ^^

Same. being here a few years gives you an idea of what the market is like.

Don't even get me started on how often I see amazing adoptables that weren't made with any sort of base sell for pretty much nothing. X-X I can't stand that.
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Yeah definitely!

I know what you mean D: It saddens me to see that as well!

Currently crossing my fingers that my latest adopt will sell well XD
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GlaringFeline Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I hope it sells! ^^
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014   General Artist
Thanks!
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GlaringFeline Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome~! ^^
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RachBurns Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for posting this! It really helps me for thinking I was being 'too expensive' (at $7 per thing).

Though could you go over a few things with my own prices with me? I'm horrible with numbers and I want to be sure I'm asking fairly, since I may be asking a little high for my level/trying to get initial customers.
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Sorry for the late reply!
But no problem :D

Oh gosh you know if that question is still up for consideration I'll happily help you.
(gotta say though, highfive for using wix XD I use it too! 

But I think your prices are good right now! I started with prices like yours too :D
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RachBurns Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wix is very good! :highfive: And no problem about late replies, everyone gets busy!

Thank you so much. I really do need help. XD
I had to raise my prices a little to attempt to help buy things around the house (I couldn't do that with my original prices ^^;). What I'm curious about is if I've gotten a little too expensive for my skill.

Commission prices (US):
-Sketches: $8
-Lineart: $10
-1 Character Flat Color: $12
-1 Full Color Character: $14
-Extra Characters: Add $5 per character

Backgrounds:
-1 Color Behind Character: Free with colored character
-Scene Without Color: $14
-Scene With Color: $16

-Bumper Stickers and Other Items Without Characters: Negotiable
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Haha yeah ^^;

But ah alright!

Well see I think there's nothing wrong with those prices. 
However, the greatest way to tell, is to keep those prices and see if anyone's willing to buy. It's a lot of trial and error I believe.

If you aren't selling enough, it wouldn't hurt to lower each by a few dollars. I started off selling things for $2-10 and even with that price range I didn't get too many commissions. But I think it's better to start low, get recognized, improve, and then raise as you go :) So right now, if it's not working out, lower by a bit and ask what people think!

Join commission groups on dA, or other groups that might help you spread your work too!
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RachBurns Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm certainly playing around with them. :hug: Thank you for your tips! 

And I have joined one group! Looking for others that fit what I use. (Digital)
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Ah not a problem!

That sounds wonderful though ! Best wishes to you :D
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RachBurns Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you. ^^

By the way, your avatar is adorable. Can I pet it? XD
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 28, 2014   General Artist
Np!

Isn't it? :'D Go ahead lol~

It was made by whispwill
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PrimaKrystal Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014
Haha, yeah. :bow: If people comment about my points pricing they better be thoughtful at least. Points are the only form of currency I can use online, let alone here.
Now that it is mentioned, I would be interested in making bets on DA. I can list things for a few points, and users can bid and the point price gets higher. ;)
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Sorry for the late reply!
But ah yeah, too many people commenting without thinking :(

Ah that sounds good :)
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Pereyga Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
If I think someting's too expensive for me (meaning not worth what I get in return, or well I simply lack of money at the moment) I simply don't buy it. As long as it doesn't come to nessecary things as food you're free if you want to spend that money or not. 
But I don't get why anyone would write comments like "it's not worth the points" under someone's picture .. that's pretty rude. And in dollars it's even not that much. I mean, not like around 10 or 20 dollars are nothing, that's quite a bit of money too, but for a customized quality picture with time put in it, that would seem fair to me. But as I never really asked someone for a commission before I don't really know how they are prized here.
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014   General Artist
Sorry for the ultra late reply :( But yeah I can see where you are coming from!

But for an idea, in general most artists here would go by a $20-25 range per hours' worth of work. At least that's the bare minimum for a good pay. I go by $15-20 and so generally pieces I'd sell would go for $50-150. But I've seen some people charge far more and that's no problem since technically art is priceless :)
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Pereyga Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem :)
It's priceless, yeah xD
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Azleah44 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I tend to be someone who fully supports the points system. I buy at least $25-50 or more points a month when I can afford it, which is 10 months out of a year. I think the point system is much easier and trustworthy especially how many issues I had with Paypal. Sometimes bad things just... happen. Sadly, the main reason I support the points system is convenience. I can spend my money to be turned into virtual money when I get my paycheck, and then try to live off it until my next paycheck. I agree that some artist under charge themselves, but I tend to be disappointed when someone charges me 1000 points for 400 point quality, or the anatomy just really sucks compared to their normal level of skill. Sadly, it happens. I cannot tell you how frustrating it can be when they have expectations don't meet up, and then I can't feel like I can communicate with them afterwards because I don't want to be offensive for one thing, and how do you exactly tell someone that the deal went bad? Those are just some thoughts I thought might be helpful for you Capu and other who read this. Some people really need to charge more for their art, I agree with that, but I also agree some people need to charge a little less, especially if you take too many comms and you rush to finish. What do you think?
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Capukat Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2013   General Artist
Ah sorry late reply!
But no I agree! Some people do charge too much in comparison to what's reasonable! I just find the majority of people undercharge XD
But ah the points system is easier :)
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ToddNTheShiningSword Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And this is how I know I found out about you earlier than I thought... I remember reading this a good while ago... ^^;
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Capukat Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2013   General Artist
Haha!
^u^
I see! Np!
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Xinaug Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013
omg

omg
this

is goood

I have been thinking about selling adoptables but I dunno how to lol
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Capukat Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2013   General Artist
Thank you haha!

^-^
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Tannalein Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, I'm pricing my chainmail earrings at 650 points and I'm still underpricing it - I pay about 3$ for shipping, give or take 1$, I had to pay for the materials, it definitely takes more than an hour to make anything... 650 points might look like much, but when you convert it into dollars, deduct shipping and materials in my case (digital artists are lucky in that regard) there's really not much left for me.
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livholland Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2013  Student Digital Artist
This is exactly what i have been writing about yesterday. I get so mad when I see people ranting about high prices. And then in the description of the tools they use I see expensive materials. Some artists with "normal" prices according to the community (and there are sooooo many of them) end up not only NOT BEING PAID for their hard work AT ALL but even covering the materials partially! It's even worse than spec work! I'm glad someone noticed it too!
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KalteEinsamkeit Featured By Owner May 31, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
If it isn't too much of a bother, do you think you could look at my commission pricing please? I've been feeling like I'm being used with my latest journal skin commission, which took 6 hours and the commissioner didn't like it, despite it only being an eighty points commission. I feel like I'm underpricing, but I'm afraid that by raising my prices, I'll raise them too much ^^; If it doesn't bother you, could you look on my donation pool, where my commission pricing is and suggest some better pricing please?
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littlebookie Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I remember getting my first point :) Somehow I built up to where I am now... though that's honestly not too far away....
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Capukat Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013   General Artist
Sincerest apologies for the late reply! ^^;


but hehe first's are always great!
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Rachgirllily1 Featured By Owner May 27, 2013  Student General Artist
Hey, um, I know you're busy and whatnot, but I was wondering if you would take a took at my commissions and see if I under-priced them? It's my first time ever doing commissions, so I didn't want to be a "selfish, arrogant jerk" and "over-price" anything. If you don't want to, that's perfectly fine. I just really look up to you and maybe your advice will help me. Thanks for this information, it's very helpful. :D
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ZephyrMaximum Featured By Owner May 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wait nvm -_- I'm such an IDIOT.
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 24, 2013   General Artist
npnp ^-^
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ZephyrMaximum Featured By Owner May 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yo Capu, link doesn't work >.<
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Flightless-Ferret Featured By Owner May 23, 2013
Haha I still get excited over a couple of points XD However, your points are completely valid and I understand your pricing...otherwise, how would we be able to get burgers? XP
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CaptainRaina Featured By Owner May 22, 2013  Student General Artist
I know... :T I price my stuff at about 20 :points: an hour and people still ask me to lower it because they dont have the points. ;u; But I think your art is absolutely worth anything. :>
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wezenbeesje Featured By Owner May 22, 2013  Professional General Artist
Finally someone who explained this good! I tried to explain this to people too, but I'm bad with english and explaining things.
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   General Artist
^-^ glad you think so
haha
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i-Moosker Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Student Digital Artist
"Okay so now you can get a burger."

Hahah!!! That's fantastic. Yeah, DA points are stupid.
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   General Artist
xDD ahha
thank you!
yep x_x
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Talia-WolfFang Featured By Owner May 21, 2013
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   General Artist
x3!!
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ArtemisAdoption Featured By Owner May 21, 2013
So 30 :points: isn't so bad for something that took me awhile to think of colors get them just right, make it amazing to my taste and give some details and designs, and I even go back sometimes even if its a single line or stripe or spot on an adopt that I make.
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 22, 2013   General Artist
As long as you don't mind! :3
I started off around there too ^-^
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ArtemisAdoption Featured By Owner May 22, 2013
Awesome :3
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BlazingBluey Featured By Owner May 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And if you need money you can convert it.So 10 points wouldnt be enough
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Capukat Featured By Owner May 21, 2013   General Artist
yep exactly :3
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Nigrecent Featured By Owner May 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Again, another thing you wrote brightened my day and really made me think about how I go around with things.
Everyone tells me constantly that I'm always "underpriced" with what I make and do. My boyfriend, my sis Nevaeh, a lot of other friends who mean a lot to me. Hell, i've even had a few people note me about it. Some people have called me a; "push over"
But when I look at my artwork compared to others, I do have my own style that I'm proud of and I want to improve more and more daily. But I just don't feel it has that Oomph or at least.. I think it scares people away for some reason? Maybe it's because it's not cute little animals or anime characters. It's just "Sardine boy" style. You know what I mean..?
I would slave over a piece of adoptions for days on end, throw it up onto an adoptions or an auctiont And only one.. maybe two people would comment that they like it after I submitted it to a good 40 something groups. Is my style unattractive to others?
My boyfriend told me once that; " Getting noticed is all based on circumstance. The ones who like your art, need to be the ones who see it. But that's not always the case. It's like trying to sell something. The right person has to be at the right place at the right time. "
But theirs times I work so hard, I go days not sleeping, I struggle and try to get out there because Art is literally all that I have. And theirs times I just don't feel that I'm any "worth" when I feel that maybe I vary too much.. I love to sew, I love to animate, I love to draw traditional and digital, I even love to paint and sculpt. Maybe it scares others or, maybe i'm just not finding those people who would appreciate it?
I don't know.. I tried to raise my prices like everyone has told me to. And that made it so no one even comments let alone says anything when it comes to my art. I post and reply to others when they comment on mine, I even favorite their drawings, go through galleries, sit up for nights on end replying and commenting on their work, trying to gain a slight reputation or a like. And in the end my work was just.. nothing once more.
One of my watchers whom I talk to on skype mentioned that I was "intimidating." I just don't understand how I can be "intimidating" I don't know how I can not be "intimidating" when i'm pouring as much kindness and my whole heart out into every comment and every piece of art that I make.
Maybe it's the way that I write.
Maybe it's how I draw.
But theirs some times I just.. I don't know if my effort and struggling will be worth it in the end. Though I don't want to give up on something that I love more than anything in the world. And that's art.
I've built trust with people to show that I can get it done, and even on record time time to time again. I'm just guessing that i'm unappealing to the eyes of the people that I just happen to come across.
But. I have one person who comments on my art and always makes me smile. One. And as long as I have at least one person who likes what I make and takes the time out of their day to tell me that they appreciate it. I feel it might be worth it. I just don't know yet.
But thank you again for having me think more about how I go around with things. I truthfully and wholeheartedly appreciate it.
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