People! What’s good? (Legit let me know. Hearing how y’all are doing and what y’all are accomplishing keeps me sane.) Today’s topic is how to work with an artist. I have many, many horror stories with clients from over the years. Recently, as people have tried to work with artists like we do, I’m hearing some horror stories. These generally come from miscommunication or unrealistic expectations, so let’s kill all those now.
#1. Know what you want.
Artists are not telepaths. We have creative minds, and if you don’t tell...
People! I have returned!
The site exists for artists, and yet a very small amount of the people paying attention are artists. In a sense, it works, because the customers of those artists come to us and bless the site so we can bless the artists. However, a lot of those people have recently come to me asking for assistance on surviving as an artist in the internet age, so I shall give you all the shortcuts here.
#1. Get good!
You can’t draw dragon ball characters and traced selfies...
People! Sup, it’s Juaso. I see a bunch of people making sites and asking me for help. I’ve realized that the more followers I get, the harder it is to reply and the easier it is to get burnt out. SO! These are the 5 things you need to know before making a site.
#1. Don’t set yourself up to get sued.
I know you like Dragonball, I know you like Naruto, I know you like One Piece. I know you see ads with a bunch of bootleg...