I just lost a potential client because I undercharged. at 200$/day. This would have been my second non-private client ever. Because things started out super casual and friendly I had no issues chatting a bit after being rejected for the project. I conceded being somewhat of a rookie and asked for feedback and input on why I did not get the gig despite my work sparking interest. Straight up was told my daily rate revealed me as being inexperienced.
Interesting isn't it.
So doing some thinking I came to the conclusion that past a certain point staying on /ic/...
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well, they're not wrong. that's $25/h which sounds good but you're a contractor. That means you have to provide for yourself everything that an employer normally does for you. What you told them is that you'd essentially be willing to work for them for a take home pay of around $16/h
Some people are willing to take advantage of those who undercharge, some won't hire you because it's a sign of inexperience and they want a professional. Do a little research next time and don't...
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this fucking fag is so lame and gypster.
only burger will fall for that
just try to prove me wrong
Fuck your bad vibes, breh.
This is now a reference thread.
how to make something like this, how were the words put into the tape?
I have a lot more practice than knowledge when it comes to drawing. What am I doing wrong, and how do I make my drawings look natural instead of stilted and rigid?
nhaa... im doing my homework right now
someone posts this. left is student thesis, right is anime
guy from cartoon network defends student artist saying this is not copying or plagiarism and is only referencing and everyone in the industry does it so its ok.
where do people draw the line? is copying fine as long as you dont copy every single frame?
It's a bit too close imo, but running animations are always similar and you'll always get reuse, especially when on a tight schedule.
Artistic integrity might suffer a little, but sometimes you have to get the product out.
That said I have no idea where this is from and I'm assuming it's from some show and the animator needed to get it done quickly so he copied yoshi.
Can we talk about artists taking advantage of paid clients? Look at Breeding Season, after all the money they get they still haven't done art, added in animation, color changes properly etc etc. Why do people keep giving them money after all these mistakes and quite honestly, lack of work?
bc people are fucking idiots. and so are you, if you are not exploiting that fact.
gumroad tuts: the same exact fucking tutorials over and over and over again, they are even available for free
for-pay-brushes: what the fuck i don't even
furry and fetish porn drawings: easypeasy 800$ per month
It's time for the monthly attempt to make a ceramics/sculpture/clay thread.
Here are some buttholes I made out of ceramics.
pls stop being degenerate, what would bubbe think?
I'm the artist but I'm not an artist.
It took me two hours and was for me a test of my mental abilities.
The perfection is not of the essence but the white noise is.
What do you recognise intuitively?
Can you imagine, that the consciousness has a choice where to reside?
I don't know where to start with acrylic painting but I would like to paint in a similar style to the pic. Could anyone steer me in the right direction
When it comes to drawing from imagination, how thoroughly visualized is your stuff before you start?
Do you just slap stuff down and see what sticks, or do you have a concrete idea of what you want to do before you even start?
What sort of stuff do you think about before you start? How much do you 'wing it'? Do you have any sort of standard prodecure that you work through?
On average, obviously, I'm sure it fluctuates for everyone a little bit.
Think of a story you want to tell about yourself, the world, whatever. Draw a picture that convays that though visual narrative.
I want cover art from my book Name of the wind, it's about a musician boy learning sympathy magic at a university. So I'll draw a picture of him traveling there, lute on his back, wind through his hair, the university in the distance, convay an idea of how this world looks, and feels.
Hello /ic/ I have some what of a question.
I am not exactly a "beginner" but I want to be able to draw like this picture linked here.
How exactly do I go about starting this? Please I just want to be better.
The artists name is Moxie2D, you can google them to find their stuff. I just want to be able to draw just like him!
Would /ic pay $40.00 AUD for this painting? Also if anyone could breakdown how this is a painting of the ocean that would be great.
No. I mean, I have paint and canvases around, if I wanted I could easily copy it based on the image. Probably even improve it.
That said, I fucking hate the "one of a kind" shit people throw around as a sales pitch.
Why is my art so bad?
Just thoroughly fist me up the ass
theres no shading!
no but really, make it so you can complete a work quickly without being attached before asking to be fisted.
as picasso said "make a masterpiece every day. at the end of the day, call what you have created a masterpiece."
Why do people do this?
Pleb taste. Guess that's why he's wearing a trilby.
Do you mean drawing common motives from popculture or using chalk to do it?
If it's the latter; i like the volatile nature of painting with chalk. It's not made to last, something i find appealing.
Where do i go to get a little photoshop on this pic. I would go to request but it's full of fuckin pervs and shit . If here is not acceptable tell me where I can get the knuckles of one to say "Josh" and the top one's to say "Juan".
>I would go to request but it's full of fuckin pervs and shit .
There's a worksafe request board you dumbass.