>>1416964 I also offer tf sequences! 4-panel sequences for 24 USD 6-panel sequences for 28 USD will draw (almost) anything, including furry, futa and cuntboys, guro, watersports, shortstacks and hyper. the only things I will not do under any circumstance is loli/shota, bestiality and scat. for more examples of my stuff you can visit my tumblr limebeatzafterdark.tumblr.com or my furaffinity, I go under the name Limebeatz.
No non-con, no loli/shota, no scat/gore Yes to furry, futa, yaoi, yuri
Pick something from my faves list and get a nondescript discount! Faves are: Chubby girls, monsters, monster girls, light femdom, pegging, chubby girls domming monsters, I have a theme. Also guys with eye patches.
Would anyone happen to have any experience drawing the Au Ra race from Final Fantasy 14, or know of an artist who does? I have two separate commissions in mind, one of which involves diapers and the other involves latex.
>>1419517 Thanks. But if I had to choose between selling 4 works for 15-20$ each, or not selling nothing for 60$, I prefer the first option. It's hard for my to find the right plat2orm to reach to a higher amount of potential commisioners
>>1420499 why do I seriously genuinely get a crush on every girl who draws herself like a cute mousy sleepyhead or depressio or anything else I bet I would get along with the fuck does it say about me? How a person draws has no goddamn thing to do with how they look (I mean, it does when I do it)
>>1420564 see that's what I figured. it tends to be true but on the other hand, all the hot girls i know call themselves ugly too. so how the hell am I supposed to trust them? in any case I know I couldnt possibly date a girl who wasnt artistic in some way. I wish I knew where the fuck to find them. It sure isnt at the art meetup group I signed up for. lesbo, lesbo, 50 year old, lesbo, emotionally stunted girl who was never allowed to watch tv growing up. .. the lesbos are so damn cute
>>1422128 Can't remember other then he did have a pic for commissions but pricing to discussed in e-mails. I don't bother anymore now if I'm expecting sketches to be $5-15 depending on quality, and they come out with a number like $30+ and some sob story that that it needs to be worth their time when they have no established rep yet.
>>1422120 >wasted hours on e-mails how long does it take you to send an email? because, as a person providing a service and looking to receive money, I bet I spend a lot longer composing my reply email.
>>1422135 I wouldnt mind discussing price here, if for some reason that was preferable. just,... let's discuss it before I give you some number I'm tied to, and it turns out your request should cost twice that much. like the last time I tried doing that in the thread, and we knocked out a price and I gave him a good low one because it sounded simple as balls. It was not Still, it established a good relationship, he agreed that he should pay more next time, and offered to send friends my way. so no problem. still.
>>1422947 Sucks, man, can't believe this guy went and did that. I mean, no matter how I've felt about the end results of a commission I've always paid it off and even with the piling of funds owed for different ones I'm waiting on now, I'll pay, I sure as hell wouldn't pull something like that one someone.
Hell, I've been scammed myself and didn't pursue it once the artist got aggressive, and waffling on what to do with another long wait allowed me to eventually get a finished product.
Guy should just spam OC threads if he wants free art.
>>1422973 Yeah it's not like getting free art is hard, he doesn't have to scam people i actually feel kind of bad he's never scammed me
... and just so I know how worried to be, paypal TELLS you if that happens, right? you dont just log in someday and there it is
>>1422947 I've never heard anyone mention a chargeback fee before, you'd think they'd charge HIM the fee since he's doing it constantly. How does their system not flag him at some point for constant chargeback requests?
>>1422958 I'm keen to do that. I was hot with about 50usd of chargeback fees from the cunt. My paypal account is so in the red I'm just going to open a new one and ignore the old one. Ridiculous that the seller has to fucking pay after they've been scammed, and like >>1422947 said, PayPal don't cover digital goods. Fuck PayPal, any other decent payment methods around?
>>1422342 The point here is that if the artist posts good examples and baseline prices, it reduces EVERYONE'S need to write unnecessary emails.
>>1422345 You don't have to be tied to a price, I'm just asking for EXAMPLES. Most people understand that if they want a 10-armed demon with very specific tattoos and 43 dicks in place of the example generic human, that requires more time to draw, and thus more money! (And if you expect people not to get it, just add "actual prices vary with complexity" or something on your sheet, I've seen that often enough.)
>>1423626 what's something you never see in that show but you always wanted to.. but it's not allowed. but if it was, you know it'd happen on that show >>1423682 if they had a competitor do you think they'd still be in business? Israel is in the process of suing them accusing them of being a monopoly (and a bunch of other shenanigans). good luck, guys. anyway let us know how the new account works. hopefully you dont also need a different bank account... >>1423698 >Most people understand do they? oh okay. the salesman in me feels bad about baiting and switching like that. the price displayed is usually the price you get.
>>1423698 >it reduces EVERYONE'S need to write unnecessary emails.
Not just that but it helps clients actually plan ahead when pitching their ideas. If I know the baseline price for two characters and a background I can really sit down and think what I want. I only have so much money to spend on pics and I don't to waste who knows how long sending the idea to different artists in hopes of the best.
>>1423773 But you don't actually have any useful new information, just a vague range. doesn't a price quote make more sense for a custom job? As long as they say something about where their prices are relative to others
>>1423780 >But you don't actually have any useful new information, just a vague range. doesn't a price quote make more sense for a custom job?
A price range and quote should go hand in hand. It just makes shit easier. We don't want to waste days playing a game of back and forth with guesses. It helps us budget and plan and just creates a more pleasant experience. We want to think up our ideas first and not have to worry about tweaking them to fit unexpected costs.
Without and estimate we just feel like we're wasting ours and possibly the artists times if we turn around and say no too.
>>1423770 >do they? oh okay. the salesman in me feels bad about baiting and switching like that. the price displayed is usually the price you get. It's not baiting and switching if you're using examples for custom work! Displayed prices in everyday life generally refer to finished products, so you know exactly what's what. Think of it more as having a computer built: you get a basic price for a basic setup, but it will get more expensive if you decide to add another hard drive and double the RAM.
But again, feel free add a line about how the price may change depending on how complex the picture gets if that makes it feel more honest! Plenty of people do.
The big problem is that art prices can change wildly depending on the artists. Ive seen different artists charge over a hundred dollars for one character and others charge 30 bucks for two.
No one wants to think up an idea and pitch it to a guy who looks like they may be cheap only for it to come back crazy expensive and I don't think you want to waste your time dealing with people who turn around and cancel. It sounds like it's not a big deal and maybe if you only get a handful it isn't but it just saves everyone's time and considering a lot of other artists do have their info up we're more than likely to go to one of them just because we know what we're getting into.
I've been dealing with someone who does short, animated YCHs. I'd been waiting for close to 5 months after payment, and every time I asked about it, they'd say that it was a slow process. This didn't stop them from doing personal art and weekly stream commissions. So I messaged some other people who got the same thing, and they said it only took around 2 weeks to a month since it's just a short gif. How long is too long to wait to put my foot down about an artist taking forever on a commission?
>>1423870 Yeah, I was beginning to think I was being screwed over again and was gonna ask for a refund at the 5 month mark. I asked for an update and he said that he didn't have much to show me, then 3 days later he gave me the first part of the commission. I'm just hoping he doesn't take forever on the second one.
>>1422947 >>1422958 >>1422973 >>1423097 >>1423177 Contact. Your. Bank. Paypal is absolutely useless in these situations. I got scammed and notified paypal, they did nothing. Contacted my bank and within a few days everything was solved. Tell your bank that money was taken from your account. They take that very seriously. I don't know how you guys have it setup, but for me I don't keep any money on paypal, always transfer it immediately to your bank account.
$8 coloured sketch $10 Lineart $12 Flat colour $14 watercolur/cel-shading modifications to base are free. You can contact me on: DA http://alvah-and-friends.deviantart.com/ Tumblr http://leah-nsfw.tumblr.com/ Discord Gregthelion #9996
>>1423611 I'm in the opposite situation >know exactly what i want, but struggling to find the right artist >need to find someone who's willing to draw m/m and the series the characters are from >know that i'm going to have to spend quite a bit to get what i want, so the artist i decide on had better have both a great skill level and a style i love >most artists who have what i'm looking for refuse to draw m/m or anything from the series (since it has a stigma attached to it despite dying down over the years---thank you, shitty fandom) >artists that will draw m/m can only draw skinny anime boy body types >mfw
>>1423793 >days seconds. you describe the thing, which you would have to anyway, and I give you a price quote. you can spend days haggling if you want if your description is THAT complicated i'm adding extra money regardless
>>1424146 surely paypal cannot take money from your BANK right? these people are talking about a negative paypal balance, nothing to do with their bank. and yeah that's why we're transferring it all right away.
>>1424786 Nah, nothing animated, I know that's the kind of stuff that takes a lot of time and effort to get done and is costly, but I was just curious as to what the major differences in time and effort would be if someone was doing a naked lady warrior with sword and shield or something, and how things went in traditional vs. sprite style.
>>1424722 >seconds. you describe the thing, which you would have to anyway, and I give you a price quote.
Hey, genius. Most people don't hang in front of their computer 24/7 waiting for emails. A lot of artists either have other jobs, or at the very minimum outside lives. And that's not even counting time zone differences. So yes it can take quite a while to get a reply.
>>1422947 Yeah, same here; he paid me $75 spread out over 3 payments, so that's $135 that I'm down in total after providing the exact proof that their tech support said I should provide. I guess I'll have to figure unavoidable fucking chargeback scams into the my finances going forwards. Fucking unreal.
>>1424752 It depends. Simple stuff like this? For the most part, easier than an equivalent drawing. But this particular one requires a little bit of shape planning so maybe it's about the same. If you're talking about higher-res sprite work, the price starts to go up exponentially until you get back to things like Prequel type "sprites", at which point it goes back down again.
>>1424851 >They can take money from your bank. fuuuuuuck i never OKd that!!! well if they do ima tell my bank to tell them to fuck off. i dont have any money. >after you closed it .. that's completely impossible and illegal
>>1424980 >Most people don't hang in front of their computer 24/7 waiting for emails how do you live like that? >>1425147 we can get this guy. he's using a consistent name, he has a distinctive OC, it cant be hard to track him down >>1425310 commissions ARE work.
>>1425382 If you can draw fast enough, talk with the client quick enough, and get the money asap, and it all coincides with a reasonable work per hour then sure, prioritize it. I can't, so I'll go do fuck all that I want to do in the mean time. The only thing I don't do is get more work and post any more art til I get what I was getting paid for done
>>1425536 >percent oh i like that. that makes a lot of sense. >>1425579 agreed. which is why both of you should try to streamline it as much as possible, but also get back to each other as quickly as you can. which shouldnt take that much attention.
>>1425582 It ain't worth it. I'd rather be aloof and hardly available than always open. That's how you get people that want to describe the aspects of their shitty fetish in detail. There's no correcting clients.
>>1424621 Why don't you just post up what you want and see if an artist will draw it? If someone thinks you're a weirdo for liking a specific thing, then they need to reassess why exactly they are hanging out on a website where people draw cumfarting diaper wearing toddlers with horsedicks.
>>1425147 >>1425358 I have his full name, both emails and his physical address. Posted his emails once as a warning to others and the post got deleted. Mods care more about that than justice.
He owes me like 85usd plus a bunch of fees I got charged and that's fuck all compared to some. It's obscene that it isn't okay just to info dump and dox the cocksucker. Wish there was a "beware" thread.
Following the conversation thread backwards, this guy >>1424722 seemed to expect a response to an email within seconds or minutes of it being sent, when it's just not practical for a variety of reasons (including but not limited to: eating, sleeping, bathing, day job, family time, etc, etc).
Emails are not an IM conversation; there's less of a requirement for an immediate short response. Unless it's a last minute birthday present or something, the vast majority of commissions generally don't have a time sensitive deadline that would require instantaneous communication.
A response within 24 hours seems reasonable to me. Expecting an immediate response regardless of circumstances, or not responding for days or weeks, is unreasonable behaviour. This applies to both commissioner and artist; no one likes to be kept hanging around waiting.
Unless commissions are your full time job, they're not a job you can be fired from for wasting work time on personal emails.
>>1427420 >seemed to expect a response to an email within seconds incorrectoid, though I can see how you maybe thought that what I was saying is that I give a response right away, and it only takes a few seconds to write one. then everything's all set. so I don't need to provide that much info in my sheet, because anyone who asks me by email will get their response immediately >emails are not an IM conversation tell me about it. I tend to skype with people if they have some bigger detailed thing for their commission.
>>1429028 >paypal is not regulated which is why I don't feel bad not paying taxes on it, but fraud is fraud regardless of the method or medium used. It's also invalid to try to justify any kind of crime by having a person sign away their legal rights. it's tried a lot, but it never holds up. if you know this guy's fucking name and address, you have everything you need, including a ton of people in these threads ready to back you up. At this point it's only just below the level of the FBI's demesnes.
I cand draw and animate anything. Sory if the pic shows some furry, but i can draw very well any kind of genre and style too. Also, i can animate! check out my blog: https://lyrecream.tumblr.com/ contact me at [email protected]
Hello, first time posting here I'll draw whatever you want, I wanna say $50 but if I don't get enough commissions I might drop down to $40, and that's for this level of finish (dw I'll draw the hands) also $30 for flat colour
This is pretty rough since it's a new style to me, I just did this today to give you an idea of how I can draw, I can bring up to a polished professional looking quality, but that'll take time and so a bit more money
Unfortunately I don't have a nsfw portfolio and my usual work probably wouldn't interest you since it's all painterly stuff but I'm a broke college student with no job so I'm here all night lads, my thanks [email protected]
>>1431031 I wouldn't mind! I would worry about the general mesh of the final image but it'd that's what the client wants then fine! Also as long as the original artist gives permission and you didn't just steal a WIP to have someone else finish ofc.
>>1433450 are you planning on commissioning art for the entire thing, with the patreon money? if so, make that clear. sell the aspects of the game that make it unique, basically why people would want to play this instead of just commissioning the art themselves then just commission one from someone, as a test, then ask if theyd like to continue and be part of a larger project. if they agree, put their name on the patreon saying this is the artist you're hiring
>>1433586 >saving up i think that died with layaway, let alone credit. modern people can't WAIT for things they want until they can actually afford it... that's why we have things like insurance, unemployment, bankruptcy, welfare.. in case you accidentally spend all your money and didnt see some hardship coming, you won't have to suffer the natural consequences
>>1433609 Yeah. But I've been there. Everyone has. A payment plan sounds like a great idea. If you ever decide you want to try something out, contact my girlfriend here to ask if she can work something out with you: https://robotdomme.tumblr.com/comm
>>1433745 I love how your art reminds me of this friend of mine. you'd like her I think. you could collab with her. >>1433763 it's roughly in between pussy and ass. i'd say... taint. but for a monster girl that's not that weird. actually no, with her thighs lifted that high, that's almost ass.
>>1433630 Rebis. I'd have him do a shit ton of X-Men comics with Jubilee and Laura, where one or both of them have cute girl cocks but it's like, 60% adorable and 40% lewd. Lots of heart shaped pupils.
Is anyone free for some simple scribble art? Sketches are a bit more than really needed though I understand if people compare the two. I just need some very straight forward placeholder outlines/scribbles and don't have a lot of money.
>>1416964 So I'm not selling any normal slots at the moment, but there are two, 25% off but only for the following characters : Shantae, from the titualr series, Eliza, Cerebella, Feng or Ms Fortune from Skullgirls, or Mercedes Marten or Madeleine from Dragons Dogma.
>>1438979 Just a bunch for placeholders in a movie. Most are pretty basic and wouldn't take a skilled hand more than an hour to complete. Roughly about 16 or so minor doodles, none of them adult or pornographic.
>>1438986 yeah that sounds fine >>1439000 are you telling me I forgot to post it again? son of a- >>1416964 here. some people said I should have a base price, so let's just say 20 a meaningless 20 that is unlikely to actually be 20, but likely a lot higher or lower.
>>1439109 I'm not as good at fucking, complex poses definitely cost extra. buuut... the first one I did for myself.. the second was a commission that cost something like 30-40 bucks but this is just a small cropped portion of it. the third was fanart, the fourth was for a magazine, the fifth was for me, the sixth... was fanart. I'm not really as proud of my actual commissions, I don't feel like they represent my skills
I would like to start doing comissions, or maybe a patreon, but I'm not really sure if I have a big enough social media following for that to be feasible. Hell, I don't even know how much I should charge for things like pic related.
>>1422947 >>1425147 >>1424146 >>1423682 >>1423177 >>1422958 How fucking retarded are you people? Why don't you know how to paypal? You have to insist that when they give you the money they mark it as a gift. There you go. Now you can't get scammed because there's no chargebacks for gift transactions.
>>1442098 >you'd do well to work out roughly how long a sketch/lineart/painting takes you, and apply an hourly rate to that, to determine baseline prices. That's just it, I do. unfortunately it doesn't take much "minor" changes to something to make the time it takes triple. that's what happens when you're really fast.. but that speed's what makes it worth doing commissions at all, and the reason I can keep my prices low overall (at least, until recently they were considered lower than everyone else's. dunno what happened) iunno this was a lot easier when it was 12-15 dollar simple-ass adventure time doodles.
>>1442108 Sounds like me with the first guy I smut commissioned from around here. Been constantly going back to them and getting more from them when time, cash, and ideas permit just because I like their style and their attitude and their range.
'Course, I've found a lot of people I'd like to be a repeat customer for, so it's a balancing act at times.
>>1442388 Yeah I have a few of those. I cherish the fuck out of them. Especially the few that pay me to draw stuff I already like But still, 'regular' is every other month or so, since people don't have that much money to blow. I'd like to get enough regulars that I do a commission every week. Now that's some walkin-around money. maybe even twice a week. shit, if i could make it a full time job.. it'd be exhausting, but better than working.
>>1442388 repeating customers are the best. They're loyal, they're nice, they're generally good people, it's enough to get me out of bed sometimes when I see my phone and get an email from one of them.
>>1442249 You're paying for time, effort and amount of content. I think it's fair.
>>1442388 Yeah I have them too and I love them. I don't get tired of their stuff either generally, just because it's nice to know they like you enough to come back you know? I just had a customer who I hope I see again because he was super lovely and easy to work with. /aco/ isn't all arseholes it turns out.
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