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You can't rush artAs a freelance artist now running my own business, I endevour to make exactly what the client wants and provide them with a high quality product. I ask if the client requires it by a certain date. If they say no, I know I can take my time with it and work on other pieces as well. If they do need it by a certain date (and have paid for their commission to be placed higher up the list) then I endevour to get it done in time. However, sometimes quality has to be sacrificed in order to get it done in time. Some projects come easier than others. Some projects I have to do a lot of research for, and that takes a lot of time.You can't rush art by Mad--Munchkin
I have been lucky enough to have over 100 clients having sold artwork all over the world. Most clients are happy to wait for their art work to be completed. I understand it can be very frustrating having to wait, but I try to give the client a high quality product to the best of my ability, and to that end, it can take time
Which is better- Traditional, or Digital Art?Having come from a contemporary fine art back ground where I made little to no money, I now find myself making primarily digital art and getting good exposure and making some regular money from that which is very satisfying.Which is better- Traditional, or Digital Art? by Mad--Munchkin
However there still seems to be this problem with digital art that it is not taken seriously or given the same attention as traditional art especially within Galleries, shops and other local businesses. I find myself experiencing humiliating situations in the middle of a public gallery or local businesses who refuse to buy my art just because it is digital or in their words; 'not real art.'
To me there is no difference between traditional and digital art (apart from the mess that traditional art makes of your studio...!) Traditional may be more expensive and more time consuming, but that does not mean it has any more artistic merit than digital art. The same exact thought processes that go into a traditional piece goes into a digital piece.
A multimedia and graphic design graduate and dA member for 9 years, I am well versed in Digital Art, Photography and Vector Art. This page reflects what I do for fun.|
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