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When what goes wrong? Romantically, friendship or in different fields of life- like career?
Something moderate, like what's the emotion you tend to feel quite often? Disappointment or sad or angry etc
I feel whole palette of feelings every day. My moon doesn't let me work other way. I'm an empath, an artist and feelings are important for me. But for a person outside I may look like I'm constantly angry or rebellious.
Do you sell art for money?
I tried 😂 recently an old friend asked do I make acts, because his girlfriend wants one to their bedroom. We agreed she will contact me and she didn't. My sister has one of my work on her wall. I gave it to her but she wanted to buy another for her office. Unfortunately she said she changed conception so my painting doesn't fit there. So no luck far now 😭😂
Why don't you open an instagram for your art ? Maybe you could start a business there. People like artistic stuff on social medias
I do have instagram with my art but I don't know how to operate in social media and I don't have money for marketing
Sometimes you have to start at the bottom to rise to the top.
You don't always need money. For exemple, I often see some people on twitter posting links of others who make jewellery's or stuff like that, they do it for free, it's only a matter of luck, but you also have youtube and stuff like that. Yes, it could take some time, but if you stay optimistic, patient and keep updating often maybe one day you could make it. 😁👍🏼
No matter what you choose to do, I wish you good luck
You are right. I have to figure out way
Do you know Etsy? You can sell all sorts of art related stuff for free on there or literally pennies. I remember that jacket you made from recycled garbage. That's the sort of thing that people would love to buy 🤣 Plus they can send you messages asking for their own custom made stuff.
When you make a sale you pay a small commission like 5%click to expand