$5 is hardly anything for a commission, heres whyEdit: Okay, wow--If I knew this journal would get the attention that it's getting I would have tried to make it sound a bit more professional and a bit less ranty$5 is hardly anything for a commission, heres why by BeautySnake
im almost a little embarrassed
I'm also really glad that so many of you could share your input and experiences. It's really important that we understand this--especially on a site with so many young, impressionable artists. It's easy for us to think that our time is only worth the end product. When i first joined this site (i was 13), the first type of commission that I took was a full picture for only 5 points. Granted--it didn't look the best. i was only 13 after all, but at the time I didn't even know the value of points. When i was about 14-15 I started looking to get more serious about my art. I wanted to make actual money off of it, so I started considering prices and i never charged anything more than $20. I was still really torn because a few people were still telling me that I was underchar
(i have a thing for hot messy bad boys okay…)
He’s 32 in this picture, and is currently taunting a challenger. *blep*
He was pretty much the type of guy people didn’t mess with, nor the type parents wanted their girls to be with either. (due to his menacing look) Ran away from home at the age of 13, ended up being adopted by the crew he later became second-in-command to. Being a fisherman was a tough life, but Eli was as resilient as he was stubborn.
Eli would spend alot of his time on land on pubs and shady bars, drinking with friends if he didn’t engage in illegal brawling. He would never back down from a challenge or a fight, and people often were intimidated by his intense stare.
Despite his overall messy badboy look he was very kind and playful, making him very popular with the ladies.
(whether it was friendship or a quick fuck)…
Eli (C) me