slimeheck asked: that last anon they got. i'm p sure they sent it to themselves bc lmao identical typing wow

roly-poly-chainchomp:

hentais:

i think they literally anoned themselves like 5 times and then tried to blame a “ur anime taste sucks” anon on me. i am not ashamed to say ur anime taste sucks. hey roly-poly-chainchomp ur anime taste sucks balls eat my ass 

Someone doesn’t like the anime I like whatever will I do?! I’m not as stupid as you, if I was going to send a fake anon I wouldn’t type in the same way I do. It might be a foreign concept to you, but some people abide by grammar rules. So that they can converse properly, that might be why it looked similar, not everyone is as stupid as you are.

So I was right about Tweedle Dumb and Tweedle Dumber then? Thought so.

go to bed

mustelidsramazing asked: I really love your art! Comission prices seem a bit steep though...

ghettoblasted:

weaselgrease:

misterslunchy:

unfortunately, this is a bit of an oxymoron!

remember guys, if someone appreciates your art as much as they claim to, then they will believe your prices are fair at their going rate. never let people imply that your art is worth less than you’re charging.

It’s pretty easy for a creator to overprice themselves.  I’ve seen it both in writing and art on a few occasions.  All it takes is for them to listen to the unrealistic suggestions made by those whose opinions they hold dear (who often have no experience in their market and never intended to buy from them) and suddenly they’re charging $400 for a 30 page story with high-school level writing.

That said, it’s solved by an elementary marketing tactic of Supply and Demand.  If you set a price and you get no buyers (or you don’t get enough buyers to provide you with a fair monthly income), you obviously need to lower your prices or you simply won’t sell art regardless of what you think it’s worth.  And just as well, if you set your price and you end up with numerous buyers right away, you could probably stand to increase it.  If you feel as though you’re not getting paid fairly for the amount of work you do, you may want to learn shortcuts, discover faster ways to do things (practice, practice, practice), or seek out a side job.

This instance above is where ‘buyer input’ marketing is valuable.  He made his opinion available to you.  Whether it’s to try to get you to give him a good deal, or whether it’s to give you honest input, you can interpret it how you feel is most valuable.  If enough people give similar input, it could be worth it to evaluate your prices.  Maybe not even lower them, but provide a new, cheaper option, such as rough sketches, that that person can afford.  Sometimes they want to pay, but they just don’t have that kind of money in their monthly or weekly budget.  Providing a new option where you don’t undercut yourself but do half the work for half the money may work for both of you.

I don’t get the point behind assuming the worst of someone for making a statement like that.  It’s not very professional.  The minimal professional answer would have been ‘Thank you for your input, however my prices are set at what they are so that I can make a fair income for my effort.’ or just to not answer it at all.

telling an artist to lower their prices and cater to clients who feel the artist’s hard work isnt worth the set price is rude as hell and unnecessary.

the client may not have the money, sure, but if you really value an artists work, youd save up that money and support them. artists are people with lives and jobs. we pay bills and eat food and need money like other people.

youre basically just telling us to shut up and take what we can get and quite frankly, thats not how its going to work.

telling someone to lower prices because you personally think they’re too high is super inconsiderate to an artist’s time and skill
don’t bother saying that, either commission them or don’t, go find someone else who you can afford.
it is absolutely none of your business and attitudes like that is the reason why we have so many artists struggling to make a living

i fulfilled my oldest teen dream and saw freezepop last night and now i’m gonna take a nap

ketdoll:

The stickers keep falling off uhh

ketdoll:

The stickers keep falling off uhh

ricejp:

old selfie omg…

ricejp:

old selfie omg…

pepelie:

百田夏菜子

marksmilk:

stuff that i need on my desk while studying!

IF YOU HAVENT SEEN RIFF RAFF’S VINES THEN I AM GENUINELY SORRY FOR YOU MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU BECAUSE YOU ARE LITERALLY MISSING OUT ON PERFECTION

selfiekween:

MY MAiN GOAL iS TO BLOW UP AND ACT LiKE i DON’T KNOW NOBODY