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Right, I want to earn some money. Simple. :3

Full-body picture, simple character: 10 USD
Full-body, detailed (i.e. intricate detail, armor etc etc: 15 USD

Adopt-on-demand: 10 USD+, with added 2 revisions

I only accept paypal.

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Zagara by SleepyFoxes
Fakemon - Cybreon by SleepyFoxes
Fakemon - Cybreon
Another fakemon for the fakedex, it's a steel type evolution to Eevee. Made to the creators specs, not mine, but it was fun trying to do something more metallic. :D
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Tricksidhe - Fakemon by SleepyFoxes
Tricksidhe - Fakemon
A fakemon I made for a fakedex over on MMO-C. :3

It's a Fairy/Dark type (always wanted to do one of those), based on Cat Sith.
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Greater Gryphon - Blight by SleepyFoxes
Greater Gryphon - Blight
Settling on his further path in life, he has decided to gain further power from his natural form.

He acts as his Queens bodyguard and brute force as needed, or anything else he is bid to do. He isn't shy about his newly attained power, although he does at least possess the restraint to not abuse it unless neccessary...
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SleepyFoxes
Loves Fanta Exotic.
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
Denmark
Right, I want to earn some money. Simple. :3

Full-body picture, simple character: 10 USD
Full-body, detailed (i.e. intricate detail, armor etc etc: 15 USD

Adopt-on-demand: 10 USD+, with added 2 revisions

I only accept paypal.

Example:
Zagara by SleepyFoxes

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camelpardia Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Thank you so much for the fav :3
you've got some sweet gryphon art in your gallery
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SleepyFoxes Featured By Owner Oct 31, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome, it's a very nice and simple education work!

And thanks. :)
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TheeGrimoire Featured By Owner Edited Oct 16, 2015  Student General Artist
Just wanted to say I highly agree with what you said on that 500 dollar adopt, or whatever amount it was. I find it ridiculous, the ONLY reason they sell like that is because it's a over used fad of a style. And it's no different than hollister or acrombie and fitch, they are not selling because they're inherently amazing products, they're selling for the name, and that's really it.


I find it a bit unfair, not as a child whining, but as in: I know plenty of artists that apply far more skill, time, effort, and originality that get nothing near that, not even a third of that price. Such as myself, my digital skills are not near my traditional(to my dismay), but even so, I spend far more time (and originality) in my artwork and I'm lucky to get 5 dollars for a highly detailed sketch. But I'm trained traditionally, not digitally, but that doesn't really deter effort and originality.

People are simply attacking you because they rather defend a popular artist, not think for themselves- As the term goes, "sheep." 

I think it's honestly /cheap/ to replicate another user's style to get popular. I mean yes, one can argue that if that marketing technique works, then that's fine and dandy. However, that wouldn't work in the REAL art world. I.e, off of these simple internet sites. If you pulled that in the "real" world, you would most likely get sued. {: And that's all there is to it. Point made with that fact alone, really.

There's a reason that (for example) many manga'ka artists get sued and can no longer publish- whether it's stealing a style or the storyline- it's still ripping something off. Sadly, I've also seen the person who stole it, win over the judge through connections, get the original artist banned from publishing. Which astonishes me, and angers, how ridiculous the world can be sometimes. Which is no different than here. I remember the first artist who exhibited that particular style, and how over the span of 6 months to a year, countless users began replicating it. Not simply because they liked it, but because it sold. And on a smaller note, it's sad that cartoony art sells, and realism is pretty much thrown under the table.

Dont get me wrong, cartoony art can be amazing, I quite like a lot of it. But that doesn't mean they've actually taken the time to educate themselves in things like anatomy. Many times they havent. 

SO ANWAYS, with that all being said. You're 100% right, and it's almost laughable how people march to a popular person's tune, let alone spend that much money on a set of pixels. Granted, if I could make that much money doing what the artist does, by all means I would, but so far my experience is that my style means squat- which means I, A) will not be noticed and therefore, B) will not get much money.

BUT- I give you kudos for speaking up like that. And it isn't "rude" like so many are trying to throw at the few users who have stood up and made a comment about it. It's sharing their own opinion, there is a reason it's called freedom of speech. There's no naming and shaming, there's simply explaining a logical appeal. Nothing more. But logic doesn't seem to register much in online communities. And when someone is logical, you're only "rude." :~P people are silly.


And with that, have a wonderful night. {': <3
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SleepyFoxes Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hehe, thanks for the kind words. :)

I don't mind people making money off of simplicity, sometimes that's the best, but not to that degree, that doesn't make sense...
I've paid for designs, from someone like Fydbac, who, in my humble opinion, is great at designs, and doesn't do that silly bid-whoring, it's just straight up paying, you get to decide some things, and occasionally they do an auction, but that's a buyout first come first serve.

I love cartoony art, and anime, and realism, depending on the theme and tone, so everything deserves spotlight.

Just...can't wrap my head around throwing obscene amounts of money at a simple concept work... Well, people can spend money on whatever they please, but that much money on something that doesn't match up to the price tag is bound to create spoiled creators, which can only serve as their detriment...
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LannieVinter Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014
Hello sweetie ;)
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SleepyFoxes Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey hun. <3
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DrawWithLaura Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Oh wow. I'm really liking fydbac.deviantart.com/art/char… and sleepyfoxes.deviantart.com/art… do you get art of those two? O.o
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SleepyFoxes Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I have no viewers. :p
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DrawWithLaura Featured By Owner May 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
What's that have to do with it? :o
You could still commission people, or get gifts, and whatever else!
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SleepyFoxes Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That'd make me feel conceited. Just going to work on improving. :p

Getting art from other people is their choice to do, and I won't ask for it.
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