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Job Selections for Artists


Art has been around in whole life, be it in a museum, restaurant, cafe, or in an art convention. It has also been a subject since we’re kids and up to a teenager, until we graduated from senior high school. For some people, art can be a hassle since not everyone is passionate about learning art, while for some, it is a wake-up call that art is their passion. If you’re a starving artist to make some income, make sure to read this article as we’re going to discuss several job selections for artists.

Opening commissions

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This one is perfect in case you’re just starting out or a professional. Commissions are a perfect way to earn money, while also making customers happy with the things that you drew. So how does a Commission works? A commission works as a customer ask if an artist can draw him something, and if the artist agrees to it, the customer will pay 50:50, depending on the artist’s rules. Usually, the finished product is for personal use, and for business or commercial purposes, you can always charge more depending on the products.

Tip: For more customers, make sure that you’re building your brand image as your art will spread from mouth to mouth.

Working in a game company

If you love games and you love to draw, then this is the perfect job for you. Games company often are looking for artists, and do not worry they need lots of category besides illustration. If drawing humans or monsters are not your forte, maybe you can design their background, or perhaps furniture and many more, the possibilities are endless. An example of a game company is Valve, where they release one of the most popular MOBA game, which is Dota 2.

Tip: Try to look at their websites just to see if they have a job offering for you.

Selling merchandise

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Some people are willing to buy your art, and if you have gathered enough people that wanted to buy your art, you can start selling merchandises with your art. Be it pin, keychain, t-shirts, mug, or even playing cards, the list goes on. Where do you sell this you might ask? You can sell it online or sell it during art conventions, which is a perfect occasion as there will be lots of art lover there, giving you an ideal chance to promote your products.

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