|I want points to give a premium membership to a friend of mine as a surprise. I'd be happy to take commissions to help earn the points.|
Holiday Extra Cheap Watercolor Paintings!- OPEN :DI've re-fallen in love with watercolors lately and have been painting quite a bit :3...Holiday Extra Cheap Watercolor Paintings!- OPEN :D by =Capukat
Point alternatives available for $1 -> 100 points.
I was cleaning out my art supplies yesterday and came across my pretty nice set of crayola watercolors...
I have some time to kill tonight and this week and I'm saving up for a new watercolor set. I'm hoping to earn around $250 for some nice new watercolors (and other art supplies) as a birthday present for myself!
Please keep in mind!! My usual prices for traditional paintings as previous commissions have been, are much higher!
This round's special..
$30 $15 sketch paintings! Shipping included! Busts or Headshots ONLY. (they're well sized though)
Why many artists suck at marketingWell. I can at least say that the average artist's mentality towards marketing never ceases to amaze me.Why many artists suck at marketing by =DamaiMikaz
Either the guys here are young and naive --that's what I hope it is, since still being pure hearted in a time like this is good-- or they are willingly unaware of what's happening around them.
It all started with a question that came to my mind.
Would people be willing to pay a few point in exchange for a feature on a busy page?
How I got to the idea?
Well, I'm doing contests and giveaways now and then. Things for the community, you'd say. To get some feedback, feature stuff, promoting unknown artists, and that kind of stuff. In order to host those contests and giveaways I often need DeviantArt points. Now, I do get a lot of them by sheer donation. But that always seemed a bit empty to me. So I thought up some kind of idea. To give beginning artists the chance to get featured, and make use of the traffic on my page, in order to get their work viewed by people all over the website. S