To be blatantly honest: I wouldn't pay for it. Your gallery doesn't show any consistency, so I wouldn't know what to expect. Aside from that, your work doesn't meet my standards of what I would pay for.
stingray970Featured By OwnerNov 27, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
Judging from what people would be willing to pay for my own art, I would probably say nothing.
It's hard to acquire any customers when the market is so heavily flooded with people who will do commissions for almost no gain in money or points. Especially because not all of them suck, and at any given point there is likely to be someone better than you who will do commissions for less.
At least until you get good enough to be desirable above the rest. Then it's just a matter of someone preferring (preference as opposed to someone being better, because you're both equally skilled at that point) your art over someone else's.
what do you mean weird? D: I am being VERY serious! Like if you look in some of my folders that are mostly digital art! I really want to know! I feel like no one likes my art and this is all just a waste of y time but I want to know what people REALLY think.
Alright then I shall be completely honest with you. Don't take it personal. (note that I only commission people who draw semirealism or close-to semirealism.)
I wouldn't pay anything for it. I'm extremely careful with whom and what I commission, would it be with points or real money. And I've never bought any commissions for real money so, heh, there you go.
But yeah, points? Nah. I wouldn't feel like it was worth it. I could've just drawn it better myself or asked someone who would do it for free. Most people aren't interested in commissioning in stick figures or pixel animations. Some do, of course, but I'm not one of them.
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