Tips For Commission ArtistsHello! 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.Tips For Commission Artists by Kawiku
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 profile page. You could still also use the commission widget, or donation poll to write your info. You can also link to your commission info in your signature or the artist's comment of new drawings you upload.
Keep it simple
Don't add too many unnecessary rules or in
I am a friendly artist who loves films,video games, cosplaying, books, music, tai chi, any forms of martial arts and any forms of art by others.|
My art is semi realistic and is mostly based on video games however I also offer still life, plants and ceramics.
I am a Linden Ashby and Chris Conrad Fan if you don't know them, They both play as Johnny Cage in Mortal Kombat films.
The equipment I use are:
Berol colour pens
I'm thinking of using Daz 3D Studio.
These will be commissions not too expensive but reasonable prices.
I do Trade as I think its nice to do.
Currently practicing Chibis may be commissioned at a low price.
Feel free to send a note if there's anything you would like drawn I'll be glad to give it a go