But, YOU do furry!
You know well that furries are the only ones who shows up the money for some reason...
Which is exactly -why- I do furry :B I don't care much for a lot of the stuff I get roped into drawing (mostly all that transformation stuff :T) but I draw it 'cause it's good money :3 Hell, I'm not even a furry myself.
Lanthroviel wrote:Anyway, not into this at all, but, do you have a place to show your art?
You know, like DeviantArt, or even [size=0]heaven forbid[/size] FA?
Cause if there's only this website, I don't think you'll find much public here except for us devious fan who if we could would've aready paid for stuff in your store :P.
Yeah, a dA would be good for starting off, but in the long run you might wind up realizing that dA is consisting of pretty much 99.9% 13-16 year old girls with no money to be spending on art of their strange chibi cat-eared sailor moon rip off character. The real money for "commission work" is in furry porn (DO NOT WANT), just furry art in general, or getting companies to hire you on as their pay-per-picture graphics designer.
That said, there are still a lot of people on dA who -do- have money to spend on art of their character, you just have to be recognized. I MIGHT GO SO FAR AS TO SAY "POPULAR".
Things working for you, Keydar: Ability to quickly gain a following based off your comic, never done commissions before, has followed a solid update schedule for quite some time now.
Things against you: The market.
I'd say you should open a dA account and start plugging that you have it here and there, maybe upload a few of the DLC that you are particularly fond of. People can fav them and they'll front page a few times and bam, instant dA popularity. After a few weeks of that you should have a good amount watchers, then start posting journals asking if people are down for commissions.
Doop another long post, I hope it was at least helpful.