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  • @'Supro':

    @'kully00000':

    I have decided to create a website.

    Thank you for all of the advice and help :)

    But did you purchase all that stuff and then set it to fire?

    I didn't had enough oranges so I used bananas is that also ok?



  • @'Supro':

    @'kully00000':

    I have decided to create a website.

    Thank you for all of the advice and help :)

    But did you purchase all that stuff and then set it to fire?

    I always thought chickens and sausages was a better sacrifice.



  • @'kully00000':

    I have decided to create a website.

    Thank you for all of the advice and help :)

    But did you purchase all that stuff and then set it to fire?



  • I have decided to create a website.

    Thank you for all of the advice and help :)



  • Alright, here's what you do: Buy twenty pounds of oranges, six boxes of discarded compact disks, and a bag of sawdust. Then throw all of that into the trash and set it on fire.

    You could also open a blog and do a link exchange. That way, when people visit an artist's friend page, they'll see yours and click on it. Artists have told me they got good traffic after being linked to on my site and Affect3D.



  • Hello, kully00000. Here's some advice based on my personal experience in the field for almost 13 years (I started with Poser 4)… 8 of which I worked as a commercial CG erotica artist/writer.

    If your long-term plan involves becoming a commercial artist, you should realize that it takes money to make money. Purchase web hosting, get a domain, get a website up and running, include the ability to foster your own community and interact with your fans (a comment system and a contact page on your website are crucial), start doing banner/link exchange, get your website optimized for search engines so your site can easily be indexed, track your traffic using Google Analytics and know where your audience comes from. Then start marketing to those areas.

    If your long-term plan is just as a hobbyist, stick with maintaining a blog on a free service like Blogger or Tumblr. You already have a deviantART page; be sure to submit your images on dA to as many groups as possible for maximum exposure of your images.

    Otherwise, keep posting in threads (like you are here) where people can see your signature and a link to your blog. It's free advertising. Use a signature with a link to your blog in any forums you regularly visit as well. It costs you nothing and can get you attention you might not get otherwise.

    And it's true that time will get you more attention as well (though I feel that this market is becoming more and more saturated and it's becoming harder for new artists to break through these days). Artists like Fullytank, Zzomp, and others have been around forever. They have legions of fans because they've been doing this for such a long time. As long as your quality consistently improves, you'll keep gaining popularity.

    Good luck!



  • Kully…you can have a basic web site with a blog.

    I personally would not go for my own site and blog unless I had a crap load of time on my hands. There are so many "dead" sites out here because people don't understand the mamoth task involved to maintain a good quality, active site. Don't rush into it, is my suggestion. Keep working your DA page and (I may have missed it) get a thread going here at Affect. Rather use your precious time to master your craft.



  • @'kully00000':

    Would you recommend me creating a website or making a blog?

    depends on if you know how to set up a website and what you wanna do in future. blogs are free to use but you can easily run into problems as seen the last 2 weeks with blogger… on your own site you have no restrictions what to do or not to do, but a few bucks to pay per month.



  • @'thehawkman':

    One thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.

    I agree, having a niche is crucial.



  • @'hibbli':

    most important things in my opinion:

    1. get an own website/blog
    2. use deviant/hentaifoundry/tumblr just additionally, but ofc use it :)
    3. share links from other sites and let them maybe write some news about your new site
    4. hand out stuff for free, maybe also complete stories
    5. rest will come in time then if you hit the taste of enough people :D

    Would you recommend me creating a website or making a blog?



  • One thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.



  • Now granted, my opinion doesn't carry as much weight as that of people making a living from this or at the very least who have been published, but one thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.
    And as for where to share your content, there is also Pixiv a Japanese (or is it Korean?) website that I was told pretty much allows everything. And Eroticartzone.com



  • Now granted, my opinion doesn't carry as much weight as that of people making a living from this or at the very least who have been published, but one thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.
    And as for where to share your content, there is also Pixiv a Japanese (or is it Korean?) website that I was told pretty much allows everything. And Eroticartzone.com



  • Now granted, my opinion doesn't carry as much weight as that of people making a living from this or at the very least who have been published, but one thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.
    And as for where to share your content, there is also Pixiv a Japanese (or is it Korean?) website that I was told pretty much allows everything. And Eroticartzone.com



  • Now granted, my opinion doesn't carry as much weight as that of people making a living from this or at the very least who have been published, but one thing you can do is exchange links with other artists. That's how I found out about many of them: from other artists' blogs. They are just as interested in self-promotion as you are. And there are plenty of websites that are looking for content makers. But like the others said, you need to pick something and stick with it. And have a niche. "Looks can kill" does glamour pinups, (up until recently at least), Blackadder does creature sex with curvy, big boobed females, TheKnightShinesBright does animations with game characters, others do "peril" comics.
    And as for where to share your content, there is also Pixiv a Japanese (or is it Korean?) website that I was told pretty much allows everything. And Eroticartzone.com



  • Hentai Foundry is NOT easy to get on. They are VERY picky about what they accept, and even stuff which is good for 3D may not meet their requirements. Still trying to get some of my images accepted there. DeviantArt doesn't allow straight porn, so they are limited, but a good way to get some exposure for tame or mature, but they are flooded with crap non-3D art. Tumblr allows everything, but how long that lasts, we will see. Tumblr is infected with the politically correct, and they may end up shutting anything adult down eventually. Ambient Dimension lets you post anything you want there, and it's 3D artists only, so hey, that's a bonus. Can't help pimping my own site :D



  • Ok that is very interesting, thank you.
    Also, would you recommend a blog or website?

    And out of deviantart, hentaifoundry and tumblr do you have a particular favourite?, or do they all ultimately help in the same way.

    Thanks again. :D



  • I do 3d stuff for 4 years and 3dx for 3, do you know me?
    Well I've also only partly do the stuff Hibbli wrote above, but I guess the time you doing it doesn't count so much.

    It is also the quality you do and how consitent you are and what themes you make.
    switching around with lots of themes can get you more audience but at the same time you can lose some which don't like some themes you make. Also some themes are not so popular than others, pordies and fanart stuff, so from games or so also draws more attention to you because the ppl search more for it.

    And you need some luck, too

    Also I think to only do it for attention is the wrong way to see it, even if posting get very depressing, without any attention on it or reaction.



  • most important things in my opinion:

    1. get an own website/blog
    2. use deviant/hentaifoundry/tumblr just additionally, but ofc use it :)
    3. share links from other sites and let them maybe write some news about your new site
    4. hand out stuff for free, maybe also complete stories
    5. rest will come in time then if you hit the taste of enough people :D


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