it's not still final version but it good for nostalgia boost
A great article by Noah Bradleyhttps://medium.com/noahbradley/minimum-wage-artists-4f8e00024a4?mc_cid=8239af79f0&mc_eid=8da78e610fA great article by Noah Bradley by Tatchit
I subscribed to him, and get e-mails about his articles and things he posts to gumroad.
This article is serious business and explains some of the major problems within the art community. Don't undervalue yourself, especially if you are serious about art in any way. Art is much more than a hobby to many of my art friends/self employed friends. I wrote a reply back to this e-mail because it hit many of the points I often talk about with friends and family. My father, who owns his own business, for example, sometimes is requested to do stump grinding. The machine used for this job is expensive to maintain, let alone haul around. There are others who have a stump grinder as well, and will charge a mere $10 or $15 per stump when those stumps are in truth worth $100. In the end, the stump grinder gets no maintenance and thus turns into a lawn orna