This morning I finally clicked the "Open" button on my online store kruppcakecreations.storenvy.co…
I'm both excited and terrified. Guess we'll see how things go.
For the Purity of it or for Money?Its Journal Time.For the Purity of it or for Money? by Uratz-Studios
This time is an oldie but goodie question and its the age old topic of "Doing Art for the Purity of it?"
A fan of my work just out of curiosity asks me: Do you do it simply for artistic purpose and passion and sell them as a +1 or do you make things simply to sell them?
The answer is both.
I am not rich nor do I have an investors. I need to recover my materials cost. Don't believe in that "starving artist for the purity of Art crap" Whoever wants you to believe in that are usually rich folks being backed up or some evil jealous person who wants to see you fail with your talent believing the purity lie. In the past I've got some folks always come up to me says things like that and I check out their background and its 100% true. It a freaking load of crap.
You want to be a true artist nowadays, Money is the measure of your Art's value. When people want to pay for your Art that means you are doing something right and creating desire in someone's heart.
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