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#17 - Keenan and Kel 18 hours ago on The Twins 0
#56 - If you want to be an artist because you have a passion for art…  [+] (2 replies) 09/27/2016 on Commissions Prices -1
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#66 - renegademimi (09/27/2016) [-]
This is about people refusing to pay for hard work because they decided to themelves that artists should do their work for free or for cheap, plenty of artists are willing to get other jobs to keep themselves going that /still/ does not excuse the assholes who whine about usually fair commission prices for their shitty furry porn.
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#67 - mowgaycraft (09/27/2016) [-]
If bills are stacking up to the point where your originally established 'fair price' has to be hiked then something somewhere has gone wrong. To which, it's a better question to tell the person to maybe get a more financially sound job instead of increasing prices.

Most places that sell a product and increase the price of that product will end with the same demands shown. And it's an especially destructive tactic in a line of work as competitive as art and design.
#55 - it doesn't take a boomer to realize that an independently oper…  [+] (2 replies) 09/27/2016 on Commissions Prices +2
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#58 - antigravitycake (09/27/2016) [-]
not stable i agree, but still earning money
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#59 - mowgaycraft (09/27/2016) [-]
Thing is. Being an artist is generally a job people want to do. A passion for art and the like; you don't often see someone settle for being an artist because they had no other options.

If paying the bills is an issue, being an artist isn't the smartest thing and should be put to the side as an off-job; like a lot of artists on dA do with commission slots and on and off seasons for a little extra money.

Can't tell people stop being artists but they should be called out for being so pigheaded as staying in a highly competitive market based on the whims of the customer when they have basic necessities that are going unchecked.

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