PE: Creating art on CommissionPE: Creating art on CommissionPE: Creating art on Commission by jane-beata
At some point in your career as an artist, you'll be asked to create artwork on commission. Whilst it's a wonderful feeling, being able to make money creating art, it's completely different than selling a personal piece you previously completed - accepting a commission means entering a temporary relationship with your client. As simple it may sounds, there's a lot to satisfying customer's needs, sometimes the best you can do is to say no. Being picky regarding which commission you accept is not a bad thing, but try not to automatically turn down commission because it seems to be violating your artistic integrity, it's hard to survive without paid jobs.
✐ 1. Communication and flexibility
This is the key aspect to being able to work on commissio
IMPORTANT FOR YOUR SAFTY PPLEASE READ ASAPA "make rape legal" group is planning a worldwide meetup in dozens of countries
learn more about it through here: twitter.com/maliagif/status/69…
you can see about the meetup spots you can avoid/be wary around here: archive.is/lhMKP
be safe guys!
!THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT!
!SPREAD THE WORD!
ALERT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND LOCAL NEWS STATIONS BY EMAIL OR PHONE
!LET THEM BE AWARE OF THE SITUATION!
A lot of people say the list is blocked on their computer so I just copied the list from the web page
"We will have 165 meetings in 43 countries for our international meetup day on February