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  • I don't have a problem with people selling there art , if its good enough or demand is there you should. Our Art is very time consuming and we can never be paid for the hours we put in. If you use a lot of your time on art or if its full time employment , why not.

    If i was doing commissions i would like to be paid for the effort!



  • Of course not. I can't blame someone for his search of a better life.
    There is a line tho, between making art and making money. And yet even if that line is crossed, I can't blame the artist, he's free to do whatever he wants. Just as I'm free to speak with my money in such cases.



  • I think the question is invalid.

    While I think art should be freely available to all, unfortunately we live in a world where people need money to survive, and if someone's talent is art then they need a way to be able to make money with that talent while doing what they enjoy.

    So yes and no in a way, I guess. While it kind of is, I respect that artists need to eat too. In an ideal world though, of course I think all art should be free. Art and music should be shared with everyone. But I guess we aren't quite there yet.



  • I think that it's completely unreasonable to say that. Good artists, who are dedicated and talented enough sell their art for a living, deserve every last bit of that money. Whether artists do it as a hobby for a little extra cash 'on the side', or as a full-time gig, they fully deserve their money.

    People who protest unreasonably, say it's 'selling out' and stop liking their favorite artists for that 'cause they're cheap-asses (or bloody hipsters), are doing the artists a disservice.

    However, there is the other side of the deal! Artists, when they start monetizing their art, should expect to have a small chunk of their fanbase let out a reasonable, exasperated sigh of disappointment, because they simply can't afford to pay for it.

    When it comes to these people, I can understand why they might mewl and whimper just a bit when the artist starts wanting monehs. It's also very, very much unfair to say these particular people are being cheap or just angry 'cause the "free artz" is gone. Sometimes people just can't afford it (and these are, usually, not the ones who incessantly vocalize their anger at having the artist selling the art) and, let us be frank, art, more specifically porn art, is not really the top priority for most people when it comes to deciding what to spend money on. It's sad, but true that there're people (more than one would guess) that just can't afford to pay 20 bucks a month to take a look at the porn they like. So, it's understandable that they get a bit sad when their favorite artist starts charging bucks.

    This doesn't justify any particular rage, though, just something more like a simple "Aaaw, man! Sighs and walks away." kinda' situation. Even so, most artists tend to be total sweethearts and upload some of their art for free (and I mean in a more substantial way than the tiny, crappy 'just a small chunk of the actual picture' previews you get at Jiggly Girls, for example), even after monetizing, so people who can't afford it can still take a look at something, and it shows that the artist still cares about those particular fans (it's also a good business/marketing trick to attract new customers).

    There're also the much rarer cases (my case), of people who did try to pay for an artist's art, but the payment system sucked and never accepted the credit card (even after I'd gotten a totally new credit card, too! And I has monies.).

    In the end, however, artists do deserve to (and should) earn money from their art if people are liking it and it's selling well. Artists already have a hard time earning a living with their art, and it, honestly, makes me really sad. This world would be a better and more cultured place if it were easier for artists to make a living out of filling it with their vision and creativity (and bouncing boobs, asses and schlongs, too).



  • @'miro':

    because images are a bit of a hard sell considering all the porn out there is going HQ video.

    HD/HQ porn seems like a bit a a fad to me, as most pornstars arent pretty enough for HD

    @'miro':

    there's the other question though - is it selling out if the artist adjusts their style to be more commercial??

    A style adjustment - not selling out
    A complete change in direction in hopes of selling more to the "lowest common denominator" market - yes thats a sell-out


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    Of course it's ok to get paid even if it's something you love to do and do it as a hobby anyway. Everyone with a job exchanges time for dollars it's not different for artists, just not as straight forward.

    It is basically a dream job :) Having said that if you want to make a living of 3dx you have to be damn good and provide something out of the box for people to take it on, because images are a bit of a hard sell considering all the porn out there is going HQ video.

    @'fredfred5150':

    On a personal note, I won't pay for some elses vision, but I'll happily pay for something I want to see

    yes don't buy out of compassion for the artist, buy what you want to see! it's better for you and the artist knows what does well and what doesn't

    there's the other question though - is it selling out if the artist adjusts their style to be more commercial??



  • Every good artist should be rewarded for their work, some artists need more than praise to survive, so why not get paid?

    On a personal note, I won't pay for some elses vision, but I'll happily pay for something I want to see



  • @'hzr':

    People telling you this are probably just pissed that they dont get your art for free anymore ;)

    If someone is good enough at creating art that he can make a living out of it or just get a few bucks extra each month, then I am absolutely happy for them. Who are we to tell anyone else but ourselves what to do with their own creations.

    I love those people in a not really sort of way. :D I know a lot of artists who commission their work and someone will ask them to draw them something. Once they talk money, the person is like "Why can't you draw it for free?" and then bitch about how the artist is a jerk because they don't get no free art. Those poor poor souls.



  • Hell, I'm a total sellout then! I just wish I could sell more!



  • People telling you this are probably just pissed that they dont get your art for free anymore ;)

    If someone is good enough at creating art that he can make a living out of it or just get a few bucks extra each month, then I am absolutely happy for them. Who are we to tell anyone else but ourselves what to do with their own creations.



  • Nope. The great masters sold their art all the time. Hell, they were HIRED specifically to create art. I wouldn't say they sold out.



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