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Marceline & Bubbline by Artgerm

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purplekecleon:

So it turns out that even if I say no, if a company doesn’t like my answer, they’ll do it anyway. A big “fuck you” to poprageous, who I contacted last year, received a reply that essentially said “no I won’t pay you,” and then did it anyway 12 months later (I suppose she hoped I would forget about her?).

Before I replied to her first scummy email where she only says that she’d send me a FREE PAIR (oh WOW), I made a blog post

I had recently undergone other companies trying to do the same thing and her email reply to me was just nothing short of incredibly shitty. After seeing my post (which didn’t mention her company or anything) she thought it would be a good idea to send me an email trying to make ME feel bad that I didn’t just ASK for money for using my artwork. That it was on ME to ask about royalties, not about her fucking company to actually fairly pay artists or anything.

"I saw your post - what do u want to get paid? Let’s work out a royalty.  jeeeez all u had to do was ask."

Like seriously?

All I had to do was ask? That’s pretty hilarious, considering she asked, I said no, and she went ahead with it anyway.

Regardless, this is shit. Companies shouldn’t act like this. People using creator’s works just because they exist and feel like they should be able to is just absolutely bullshit.

The most appalling thing about this is seriously the fact that I said no and she did it anyway. I said no and she did it anyway.

This is how little most companies respect and regard artists. Thanks a lot, Cher Park.

Feel free to let her know that it’s not acceptable to pull this bullshit with her company email, cher@poprageous.com - please don’t be rude or anything, but this is definitely not okay and she needs to not do this to other artists in the future.

Emailed that bitch

No swears btw:0

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graphitedoll:

"True Love comes in many forms"

since i’ve equated a few of my favorite dreamworks movies to celestial bodies, i wanted to do something similar with a few disney/pixar movies that i love and love seems to be just the right theme !!

remember to buy gifts for your mom! there’s only 1 week left to prepare !!

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Photoshop animation test. Hope it’ll works!
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Script Stidies
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Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun OVA (Tonari no Gokudou-kun) cast

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3 months ago

Art trades and priorities

onisuup:

onisuup:

Why do some people put commissions on a higher priority over art trades (which THEY set up in the first place…)

The time I spent on the art for the trade has a monetary value equal to the commissions I do (say, $30 = 1 chibi of mine).
So in essence, you’ve been paid with art…

That is exactly my point. If you need money then don’t start/ask for an art trade. I know you can’t buy food blah blah with art that you receive. But for the artist who actually drew the art for the trade, they spent time on an art trade rather than a commission, so they essentially worked for free just cause the other person isn’t holding up their side of the deal.

Don’t do art trades if you need money so badly that you’re gonna make your partner wait forever for you to put in equal effort and time.

I accepted trades in the past assuming that the other person would do their darnest to work in a timely manner. After 1 month…it just seems that they put it off to “soon, but never have time”. I accepted trades because I could afford to work for art, but then it turns out the other person couldn’t do that (yet, they asked me to trade with them), so I end up getting jipped and empty-handed.

Again, I’ll repeat what I said earlier: the art I do for a trade has a monetary value equal to how much I charge for commissions. Don’t waste an artist’s time with an art trade when they could’ve done the same art as a commission for you (if you’re gonna be a person who puts trades off til the end).