2 deviants said (Like, I dunno... Ms. Froodals)
2 deviants said But if you're gonna say "I'm worth $100" and your followers don't agree, it isn't their fault. Stop acting like they're the problem, and that they're responsible for your lack of sales.
No deviants said Just recently came across a Journal where someone complained that no one is commissioning them for work
No deviants said But their prices are hilariously high, especially compared to some other folks who'll take commissions for way less
No deviants said And nearly EVERY comment is saying how they WOULD commission them, if the prices weren't sky high
No deviants said But the Deviant said the prices are never coming down because it's what THEY think they're worth, and it's their followers fault for not valuing their art at what it's worth
No deviants said That's... Not right. If you're offering a product, it's not up to you to decide what it's worth. I dont care if you're Sakimi-chan or some new artist, the buyer decides your worth.
No deviants said If prices are too low, they'll take advantage. If they're too high, you'll do shit business. If its just right, you'll have a steady flow of business
No deviants said You don't get to say "It's YOUR fault I'm poor because you aren't buying my $100 pieces!!", It's your fault for charging too much.
No deviants said Artists who truly want money are willing to budge just to get funds. They're willing to put pride aside and simply work for cash-flow. If I really wanted money, I'd charge for nudes, yo. I know my worth.