Hello all my dear watchers. I'm opening commissions again.This time there are 3 slots. As always, you can get one by either commenting in this journal or sending me a note.
However, I wanted to let you know that this time I will probably take a bit more finishing the commissions.
I usually finish them in 1-2 days, but now I think I'll take a little longer for a couple of reasons.
First of all I'm busy with projects from my institute, so I can't dedicate all my time to commissions. Also, I would like to offer works with better quality, and in order to do that I need to put more time and effort into making them.
This won't be extreme though. I will only take a little longer, and I wanted to let you know Commissions pricelist and infoSLOTS 1) Taken by EX388 2) Taken by jgresidenevil
3) Taken by Tatsunokoisthebest
Also, I already posted this info in previous journals, but I'll put it here again in case you didn't get to read it:Well, I would like to let all my commissioners know about a new payment method.From now on I will be accepting amazon egift cards as a payment method.For those who don't know, an egift card is a gift card you can send through email.Let me make an example. If you order a commission that's $10, instead of sendig me the money through my paypal, you can buy an amazon egift card of $10 and send it to my email. I would really appreciate it if all my commissioners who buy cash commissions (not point commissions) could do this for me. I know it seems really weird, but it has to do with the situation in my country.You see, in my country we don't have free access to foreign currency. That means that I can't go to a bank and change an amount of this country's currency for the equivalent in dollars, for example. That is forbidden. And that means I cannot buy things online in other countries, because in Venezuela you're not allowed to spend your money freely in other countries. That's why I use the dollars I earn online with my commissions to buy things online. Most sites however don't accept payments from venezuelan paypal accounts, so I usually buy things in amazon. Amazon does not accept payment through paypal either, but I usually ask someone who lives outside of Venezuela to buy me an egift card in amazon, and in exchange I send them the money through paypal. As you see, it's a bit complicated. But I just want you to understand why it would be easier for me if you paid me with amazon egift cards.I hope I was clear enough. Either way, when you order a commission I can explain it to you personally.See ya!