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Doll Tutorials and Commission how-to information

Basic art doll tutorial by ZombieHunPosable Doll Tutorial By Eviecats by Eviecats911 How To Rescue Dry Clay by LimitlessEndeavours
Don't get played (pt.2) Pricing, ads, etc.This will be someway related to my previous article called "Don't get played" and in this I will be posting a few ideas and tips I have gained over the years on how one could go about: 
* Pricing their artwork
* Gaining more experience and ways to improve
* Advertising 
* and a few other tidbits
So let's start off with Pricing, shall we? 
It seems to be a common problem, more so among younger/novice artists who are looking to start selling their work. It looks pretty easy when you look at the more popular/well known artists who have already established a consumer base and seem to be cranking out commissions left and right. However, let me just clear the air on this before we get started -- Fame isn't everything. Now, I know it may seem like it is the key ingredient to getting customers but that's not the case. Yes, being more well known can help bring in more revenue but it's not what gets you started in the first
Artist Info: How to Price Commissions"The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried"
This is an informative journal to help artists determine fair pricing for commissions, based on my recent poll. I will update this as needed to include new information as it comes in.
This is part of an 'Information Series of journals
- Stand your ground, know your worth!
- [now reading]
- Artist Info: Conducting  yourself professionally
- Client/Buyer info: How to go about commissioning an artist.
Friendly reminder that the prizes are in the post :)

Let me know when u get them. Thanx


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Do not ask me to sell my doll casts, heres why… . What I offer to sell on Etsy are the ones that I will sell to the public. Never ask to buy what I'm not already offering, its your job to make your own awesome doll parts ^_^ Thank you.</b>

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TheStripedKit Featured By Owner Edited Oct 17, 2014  Student Filmographer
You were one of my most favorite artists when I was younger. Before you did dolls and you did colored pencil stuff. I remember you inspired me to do more color pencil stuff and I would send it to you, hehe. It's so nice to see your art has grown and evolved and your dolls are beautiful. :)
ZombieHun Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
is that you, Chico?
TheStripedKit Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Student Filmographer
I was :icon3as: and my old name was ebonys-dark-shadow if you remember, haha, but I'm sure you get this a lot :)
ZombieHun Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah yeas, I do remember you. Its good to see folks reappear. Hope more do after their long haituses :)
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MoonsongWolf Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
Happy only slightly belated birthday, Z! I hope it was a good one. :D
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