Adoptables, I sold one, now what?So you started doing adoptables, made or used a nice lineart, put some pretty colours on it and someone liked it enough to shove money or points in your face and demand it for themselves. Awesome, you just sold your first adoptable and I can tell you that the main part (making one and finding a buyer) is done.Adoptables, I sold one, now what? by Karijn-s-Basement
Since selling adoptables is not easy, many people concentrate only on the first part of it, which is made up of designing and advertising the adoptable. And then suddenly a buyer appears and pays.
I just sold my first adoptable. Now what do I do?
Well, the first thing to do is 'close' the adoptable. You do it by changing the adoptable status and adding a 'CLOSED' to the title or somewhere in the description. I strongly suggest to add the 'closed' status only after being paid because if you're being scammed, the 'closed' status can trick any other interested buyers into believing that the adoptable is truly gone.
You might also want to take it down from the grou
I'm somewhat anti-social and I really need to grow out it. I like to work on a lot of projects but I never get them done. |
I just keep making up stories and characters. Those are my major distractions in life.
PE: Manga GenresThe term Manga (漫画) is a japanese word referring to comics and catrooning. Mangas used to be created in Japan or by Japanese creators in the Japanese language. But today they are created by Mangakas for other countries in many languages.cinyu
In this article I will give you a short explaination about the different Manga genres.
I'm aware of 32 genres that are used in the Manga publishing industry. Each one of them have different targets to please our interests.
Action: It shows fighting, violence or any other form of aggressive behavior.
Adult: This manga often contains intense violence or erotic scenes.
Adventure: Most of the characters of this Manga go on trips or explore the world.
Comedy: This manga is used for entertainment: Amusing with ridiculous situations that make you laugh.
Doujinshi: Manga that was inspired by famous works already published.
Drama: Should conduct the r
How to get InspiredCommunity Weekmeiyue
Have you ever had one of those times when you really feel like drawing but had no idea what to draw? Or have you ever had an artblock you've desperately wanted to get rid of? Art is super fun, but it sucks when you just can't draw when you really want to. Here are a few of mine and a few other artists' tips to get inspired, and hopefully it'll help you!
Okay let's start!
1. Make an OC
OCs, or original characters, are a great source of inspiration. If you have none, make one! It's super fun to design your own character, especially since it's original so you can go crazy with it! Think up a personality for your OC, as well as their hobbies and interests, and even a back story, so that they seem real. Whenever you're out of ideas to draw, you can draw your OC. If your OC is well-developed, you might even develop a loving for them and long to draw them all the time .
2. Make Adoptables