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Open for Commissions!  Real USD only via paypal.   

Just Send a note with what you are wanting and I will give you a quote.  I like to average $15 and hour - should give you an idea to the price I will quote.       

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Follow my WIPS, watch video clips, keep updated about commission openings!!  And just general horse art chat!  This site will be for my traditional works and getting to know you guys more on a personal level, I love talking to people, so if you like my page and if you ever leave comments, I'll respond!  Of course I do here as well-but over there, who knows, I might just have to friend you too! :D 

Abigail Baines-Equine Artist

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BVS-Isle Featured By Owner 1 hour ago   Digital Artist
Happy bday!
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firemaiden87 Featured By Owner 3 hours ago  Student Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!!!!!!!!Super Fantastic Golden Platter Cake 3D 
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Astralseed Featured By Owner 3 hours ago  Professional General Artist
Happy birthday!
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SWC-arpg Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
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PinkLionArt Featured By Owner 4 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Moominfan80 Featured By Owner 5 hours ago
Happy Birthday! :) :cake:
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PolarisAstrum Featured By Owner 8 hours ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL-FACES AROUND :love: :heart:

I hope you have a fantastic day :tighthug:
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Captured-In-Pencil Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for your comments on my Journal. You can see my facebook page at www.facebook.com/capturedinpencil.

If you havent already done so, you need to get out there locally. Its good to focus on one subject, as you have with the equine world, so focus on getting some posters up at your local vets, stables and horse training grounds. Pick a favorite drawing that demonstrates what you offer and have that on your poster.

Set up a Facebook page (not a personal profile) for people to visit, and a website. The website needs to be simple and to the point. I use weebly, its easy to use and free!

If I could offer one bit of advise (or opinion) I think you need to have a clearer pricing structure. Saying you would 'like' to charge 'x' amount and it may cost 'y' doesnt sound too appealing if I was looking to get a commission done. Just a thought :) (Smile)
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sVa-BinaryStar Featured By Owner 2 days ago
So you're suggesting I shouldn't post my price at all?  Or that I should lower it all together?  Otherwise, I don't know what to charge.
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Captured-In-Pencil Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Certianly not to lower it, you are very reasonable for what you offer. Again, it is just an opinion so I am by no means right, but my suggestion would be to have clearer pricing. Firstly, if I wanted you to draw my horse, I see you charge by the hour (or what you would "like to charge"), but there is no indication of how long a drawing would take. It also implies that the final cost could vary wildly depending on how long you spend on it.

I would strongly recommend a website (weebly is very easy to use and free). If someone is interested, they would like even just a rough idea of cost before they enquire. For example, if you were to price by size rather than by the hour, I would see what I would get for my money. It also shows that for a few pennies more I could get a larger size, and so might even spend a little more that intended.
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