How to get more exposure for your art.I was recently asked for some advice on getting exposure as an artist. Here's my own advice with personal reasons as to why I suggest them. This is not a post for 'bragging', if you take it that way, then please stop reading *i mean this in the nicest way orz* This is stating facts from my experience. What worked for me and what doesn't work. It shows how my own art has gained exposure throughout the years and how yours can too. I am not a fantastic artist, I know what I'm good at and what I struggle with. I work hard for what I know I can push out and I do it proudly. I hope this post will help you earn more followers and give you a bit of inspiration as well.How to get more exposure for your art. by MzzAzn
Please note this applies to all sorts of art !
1. Sign up and share your art on the most popular sites that involve artists as a large portion of the community. Besides the regular FB, Twitter, etc. there are more specific ones:
- DeviantART- FurAffinity (for those who
Tips to Remember for selling your ArtIntroductionTips to Remember for selling your Art by MzzAzn
First things first, a quick introduction coming from myself. My name is Jade Choung, but I am better known as mzzazn / mzzy on the world wide web. I am an artist that primarily focuses on digital media. My art work produced for income is of the anime/manga genre. A majority of my publicity is derived from deviantART.com. I have held the position of Community Volunteer (CV) on this popular art website in the past. A community volunteer is pretty much a moderator. This means, there's a handful of tasks given to a CV on this website, but one that last a huge impact on me was selecting Daily Deviations ('spotlights' for art pieces that are reselected every day).This is important because it taught me to see what kind of art appeals to the greater public on deviantART.
As for my
So you want to sell at an Artist Alley (part 1)OK, honestly there is a lot of information regarding artist alley stuff, so I figured I would break it into a couple parts, so you don't have to read one big massive post LOLSo you want to sell at an Artist Alley (part 1) by Steamed-Bun
ALSO DISCLAIMER; I have only been tabling for about 3 years, I am by no means a professional, or claim to know everything about tabling, or that my way of tabling is the only way. This is more of just to guide people who have never tabled before, or other people who table who would like to try different things!
PART ONE - APPLYING, PORTFOLIOS, AND PREPARATIONS
Alright! The first step of any artist who plans to sell is deciding to sell! Once you have chosen you would like to pursue tabling at a con, whether for fun, for profit, or both (lets hope for both!!), there are several steps you must take even before applying.
BEFORE YOU APPLY...
Have your website organized! Whether it is tumblr, deviantart, or your own website, have your art easy t
My name is Vincent & am currently attending Mt. Sierra College for my Game Arts & Design bachelor's degree. I plan to achieve my dream & make my mark in the Game Industry.
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