So, I got a new tablet and it works much better than my old one~ And now that I can draw proper pencil art on my PC (which means no more wasting paper or fooling with scanners), I think it's time I opened up some commissions, which means I will (hopefully) have some form of income until I can find proper work.
I'm not particularily in need of money right now seeing as my mother currently supports me and my grandparents won't let me go a day without something I badly want. :V But even spoiled privileged brats like to make their own money and not sponge off their family.
I haven't decided on a price yet but I usually don't charge very much for art, namely because I'm not very good at it but I apparently have enough talent for some people to ask if I take commissions so I guess it's probably worth a shot.
Soon as I figure out how to use PayPal I'll think about prices and shit. It'll probably depend on how much effort I have to put forth to draw it, I.E. how close to "realism" someone wants, if they want a background, and if I'm going to have to make any attempt at textures that don't look like a 5 year old scribbled them with crayon. :V
But this is probably a long way off seeing as I'm feeling lazy ad would rather use my tablet right now and I'm not in a desperate financial situation. Maybe if I'm tragically orphaned at the young age of 20 and forced to live in a shelter or something, I'll consider being less lazy. :V
In other news, gods damn it the PSN needs to hurry up and come back up. D: I know Sony is currently cleaning up a mess that they were partially responsible for and they were courteous enough to leave us a nice update today but seeing as my old PS3 all but crapped out DURING the PSN hacking fiasco and I was forced to get another one, as in, I have NONE of my DLC or download games, I'd very much appreciate their utmost expediency in restoring all the services that are currently unavailable, especially my damn transaction history so I can actually USE the shit that I bought and payed for.
7 years, 3 months ago
01 Jun 2011 01:14 CEST