Thanks for the support man. But I've been doing this for over 2 years now and I actually bought my first desktop by doing it. It might not be amazingly fast money, but that's not really the point, as I didn't start this to make money. The ultimate goal of art (in my opinion), is to inspire others, and make people feel good.
I like that initially all the needs and wishes are being discussed, to know exactly what I'll get finally what I was looking for. Plus, he ensures that you'll be satisfied with the work before accepting any payments that are great for the customer. As for prices, they are definitely reasonable for this quality.
GreenMohawk was really great and overall amazing. He got all 4 plus an extra done within one day which is great considering I was waiting 2 months for the same skins to be done by someone else. The prices are also perfect and he takes his time to make sure you are happy with your skins. I will definitely be commissioning him again soon!
What's your policy on creating, like, multiple versions of the same skin? Like, same character but different outfits? Willing to discuss and will DM you my Discord if you think that'll make things easier.
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Sorry about the delayed reply. If you were to do mutiple outfits, it really depends on the complexity of them. If it's just a color/minor change, I tend to do it for free, but if it's an entirely new thing, I tend to charge full price.
Hey guys. I'm sorry to say, I will be taking a short break from skin making. I have honestly just lost motivation to make them. Mainly cause I can spend anywhere from 1-6 hours making a single skin, and by that point it can get more annoying VS fun. I am not sure when I will be coming back to it.
You're welcome to message me if it's an important request, and I try to help out.
I am officially back! I will now be making skins once again. If you are interested in getting one done, then feel free to follow the information in the main thread. And if you have any questions, feel free to contact me!