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No Free Lunch

« Reply #75 on: December 26, 2014, 16:44 »
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well guys, i'v learnt a lot from this thread and benefited very much too....finally what i conclude is there are differences between vector artists and photographers and both go their own ways...make the most of your time and the result will come...and don't ever feel threaten by negative menaces of others....!

There will be times you will want to give up-  instead just take a small break and go back with more determination each time! Keep learning and never stop trying. I applied those to myself and the rest is history!


« Reply #76 on: December 26, 2014, 16:46 »
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well guys, i'v learnt a lot from this thread and benefited very much too....finally what i conclude is there are differences between vector artists and photographers and both go their own ways...make the most of your time and the result will come...and don't ever feel threaten by negative menaces of others....!

There will be times you will want to give up-  instead just take a small break and go back with more determination each time! Keep learning and never stop trying. I applied those to myself and the rest is history!

and i bet you must be doing well in the business

« Reply #77 on: December 26, 2014, 17:32 »
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I hope the one thing you have learned is that your work is mediocre at best and if you want to make good money then you'd better substantially up your game and produce quantities like your a factory with a bank of employee's working for you. But don't get discouraged it can be done. and i think your the one to do it. Please come back and let us know when you earned your first 11k.

sign,
reality sux

No Free Lunch

« Reply #78 on: December 26, 2014, 19:18 »
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well guys, i'v learnt a lot from this thread and benefited very much too....finally what i conclude is there are differences between vector artists and photographers and both go their own ways...make the most of your time and the result will come...and don't ever feel threaten by negative menaces of others....!

There will be times you will want to give up-  instead just take a small break and go back with more determination each time! Keep learning and never stop trying. I applied those to myself and the rest is history!

and i bet you must be doing well in the business

 8)

« Reply #79 on: December 26, 2014, 19:32 »
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I hope the one thing you have learned is that your work is mediocre at best and if you want to make good money then you'd better substantially up your game and produce quantities like your a factory with a bank of employee's working for you. But don't get discouraged it can be done. and i think your the one to do it. Please come back and let us know when you earned your first 11k.

sign,
reality sux

Soon baby

sign,
realiy sux for sukers!

« Reply #80 on: December 27, 2014, 06:01 »
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I find it hard to take this thread seriously as the original poster seems to sway between serious questioning, repetitive questioning, banal questioning and insincere retorts. The whole thread could be an ongoing joke.

ShadySue

  • There is a crack in everything
« Reply #81 on: December 27, 2014, 07:40 »
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Could be a wind-up; could be just that "a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest" (Paul Simon).
Still the thread is useful to direct others to.

« Reply #82 on: December 27, 2014, 10:20 »
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I find it hard to take this thread seriously as the original poster seems to sway between serious questioning, repetitive questioning, banal questioning and insincere retorts. The whole thread could be an ongoing joke.
Could be although didn't someone say that the OP had been asking much the same questions on the SS forums?
That would tend to validate Liz's point about the Paul Simon lyrics quote. "A man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest"
And of course the same question asked repeatedly may get an acceptable answer eventually.
I reckon of all the PF critique requests, and "How much can I make with these" threads I have seen, only around 5% of the OPs actually know what they are doing, and just want confirmation of what they already know.
I have asked people in the past to tell us what they think about their PF first. (They never respond) Being self critical of your own work is an important part of this job.

No Free Lunch

« Reply #83 on: December 27, 2014, 11:35 »
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Could be a wind-up; could be just that "a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest" (Paul Simon).
Still the thread is useful to direct others to.

Just like my teenager- she has 'Selective Hearing'   ;)



« Reply #84 on: December 27, 2014, 11:57 »
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well guys, i'v learnt a lot from this thread and benefited very much too....finally what i conclude is there are differences between vector artists and photographers and both go their own ways...make the most of your time and the result will come...and don't ever feel threaten by negative menaces of others....!
I hope you learned a lot more than that............

The most important thing I was told when I started was that this is a marathon, not a sprint.  If your goal is to earn $11,000 and quit (which is what the title of your OP implies) then this is the wrong business for you, there are many easier ways to do that.  But if your goal is to eventually earn $11,000 per year then yes you can do that.  Just do not expect that to happen quickly.  Produce consistent good quality images, submitted regularly and in 2 or 3 years you should have a portfolio that will earn that much.

Good luck!

« Reply #85 on: December 27, 2014, 14:09 »
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well guys, i'v learnt a lot from this thread and benefited very much too....finally what i conclude is there are differences between vector artists and photographers and both go their own ways...make the most of your time and the result will come...and don't ever feel threaten by negative menaces of others....!
I hope you learned a lot more than that............

The most important thing I was told when I started was that this is a marathon, not a sprint.  If your goal is to earn $11,000 and quit (which is what the title of your OP implies) then this is the wrong business for you, there are many easier ways to do that.  But if your goal is to eventually earn $11,000 per year then yes you can do that.  Just do not expect that to happen quickly.  Produce consistent good quality images, submitted regularly and in 2 or 3 years you should have a portfolio that will earn that much.

Good luck!

yea thankxx...

« Reply #86 on: December 29, 2014, 13:25 »
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Hi Striving,

 I like what your tag line reads...Stand up for what's right. 

Peace,
J

« Reply #87 on: December 30, 2014, 00:42 »
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Hi Striving,

 I like what your tag line reads...Stand up for what's right. 

Peace,
J

Nice thought.  Maybe you should PM him?


 

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