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Useless information. Ask a successful artist not a wine maker. Entitlement...this guy is the entitled one with the silver spoon to begin with unlike people who start a business from scratch. This is worthless information for artist. I have been a self employed artist over 25 years and this guy knows zero about the ART industry.
I have a question about finding a business partner: I’ve been trying to for a while, but I don’t exactly know where or how to find one. So my q is simply: how exactly can a non-business savvy person go about finding a business partner?
I always have an issue finding clients who want to pay me money that is worth my work (i do not feel entitled) because there is always someone out there who would offer them to do it or free or way less money or just the exposure. As an artist, that is a very harmful move for the community because nobody wants to pay you then. And art as a commodity has subjective charges. I wish people would stop doing projects for absolutely no money and just for the "exposure". It really harms people who have invested their time and energy into making something good and building themselves as an artist and get run over by mediocre artists who do it for the "exposure"
Okay, so... I have a dilemma. I want my channel name to be a stage name (I.E Funimation or IllWillPress), but want to use my Real name as well, as I want to be multi faceted! So I can kinda have my own little company. I won't be limited to only 1 kind of narrative. ONLY PROBLEM... I need to legally change my name, as I am trans and it wouldn't even work with my legal name (which I haven't gone by in YEARS). So Can I use my Trans name without legally changing it? (even thought that sounds like a horrible idea to me) and/or, if I choose this route, will I have to copyright or trademark my channel's name? I need SERIOUS advice that no one in my life knows about, and google always gives you mixed answers. AMY input would help me... please? This is my dream my dudes!
Wanted to share another way for artists to make money.
I’m starting a skateboard company with my best friend and all the designs have to be hand painted till we can buy a printing machine. So there’s 2 reasons for buying our boards which is to skate them or to display them. But it will never be worth less than about $40 because the canvas has undeniable value even if the art sucks.
So find a canvas you you like that you can make a margin on. Motorcycle helmets, phone cases, hats, shoes, backpacks. Look around the room you’re in for ideas or another hobby you have and how you can incorporate your art into it.
I love Gary and having him speak about business particularly in the art field was awesome. Question 2 was my fav. It confirmed what I'm doing now, which is staying in my lane. I don't want to draw whatever is trending just to get a sell. Great interview!!
I was so lucky to have followed the interview to the end, I must commend and appreciate you for this interview you did with Gary! That tip he gave about getting a client at the end of the video helped me secure a job today. Thank you both. I just had to come to find this video again to appreciate, THANK YOU.
Free for nothing in return is really a loss! Now doing something for free that can benefit you as a creator or artist and helping out a free customer or client is a win-win!
You only want to do free stuff as a Win-Win, not a Lose ( You )- Win ( client )
If you don't have a good Portfolio, Then working for free can help you. If you have a good portfolio then doing it for free is not benefiting you just the client, so don't do it for free.
It will give you Exposure if you do it for free! Well, if you have no exposure then maybe but have a contract stating that you get credit for every time it is used all media platforms!
The real problem is you go to know if I do this for free will it be worth it even later down the road!
For companies the cheaper they can get something, the better so Free is great for them. They will continue to go for free, if you don't they have many more people who will do it for free!
Sorry Jazza. I love your videos but this one gets a downvote because of him. If an artist is to do “free” art it is for themselves to build their OWN portfolio. A client should never expect FREE art no matter the skill level. Obviously an artist should be true to their pricing and price according to skill level, but telling artist that they have an entitlement issue is what makes this guy scum to me. We are NOT sales people, this is freelance artwork which can be made two ways. One: commissions, and two: selling prints of ready made art. And both of those can overlap.
This guy is giving voices to choosing beggars and worsens the problem.
You're pretty much everywhere. I'm in the process of creating content and I came to your channel to learn how to properly do audio post production. A few days later I found out about Gary Vee, and now I see you with him. Damn synchronistic.
I know I'm a bit late, but the problem with raising and lowering your prices is that you devalue your previous work by lowering your prices. Art is an investment as well as a product, and if you devalue your previous work by lowering your prices, the folks who paid premium prices in the past will not be happy to see their investment devalued. This is why galleries tend to systematically raise prices of an artist's work overtime. If you're independent, you've got to manage this on your own. I understand Gary's advice here about adjusting prices, but there is more to consider than simple supply-demand economics. Quickly raising your prices when you get an influx of demand might pay very attractive, short-term returns, but it might not be the best long term strategy. Still, an excellent talk filled with great advice to consider!
He hit all the points. Being an artist is being an entrepreneur which means you invest into your business that have high risks. Some pieces you can do for free. I taught myself to make a sketch and reasonable details in 10 to 20 min. And thats 20 bucks if i see its potential for them to showcase i give it for free. Being a fulltime artist is you have multiple jobs and clients. Your constantly thinking how to make your skill set better, what new supplies are out there, who you should be learning from what classes you should take.
O.O this video man... two great powerhouses in one place. I've been watching Gary for a bit now and I've watched you Jazza and both of you are amazing with solid insights. You wanna learn business? Gary. He's a bit of a workaholic but the points he brings up in his material he posts has helped me understand the game a bit better.
I think persona is a HUGE thing thats what makes you different there are huge amount of great artists its hard to get noticed but you cant just change your persona, so i agree u should focus on your art
' anybody can do art! I can do art right now'.... mmmmm. My suggestion is to find a good gallerist that believe in you and your work, a good curator and a critic. Then, if these people said that you are worth it, start working on your PR with a pro of caliber.
Great interview. Perfect for me and many others. I’ve meticulously been following Gary’s advice since I took my illustration seriously at the turn of this year ... dedication and patience and be prepared to get dirty and love the process. Exposure is great but have self worth ... I chose to sell and exhibit at a festival in another country this year knowing I would lose money. If you trust your own reasoning and heart just do what’s right for you to get to the next level. I earned ZERO from illustration up until March. Now I have monthly earnings of a quarter of my day job salary in just 8 months. Put it ALL back in... don’t spunk your profits on bullshit. Gary seems harsh but he’s real and that’s what me and a lot of people need to hear. Thanks again for posting this.
Thank you so so much for doing this. Idk how this showed up in my recommendations... I really don't. Universe works out in crazy ways when you actually love doing something & you're actually passionate about it. The questions you asked is what I always drop in his comment sections or DM garyvee about. I thoroughly enjoyed this. THIS MADE MY DAY & Promise I'll be doing Art till I die. I cannot thank you enough , so lucky to come across this. Literally opened YouTube & this is the first video that showed up! ♥️♥️🎨🎨 I couldn't be more happy! God bless you & may you reach heights of success! Keep CREATING content! 💯🔥
Don't ever work for free if you believe you have a skill that is of value and worth paying for. It's one thing if you are apprenticing and learning skills. But if you already posses that skill. Get paid for it.
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