Aerial Cityscape Speedpaint Tutorial and Sac AnimeHappy (almost) New Year, everyone!Aerial Cityscape Speedpaint Tutorial and Sac Anime by yuumei
Thank you all again for the endless kindness and support in my last two posts. I am a lot better now, and while everything is not back to normal, I know the worst is over and it can only get brighter from here. I will be getting back to the flow of drawing and comics soon.
Here’s the cityscape aerial tutorial I promised. I meant to post this 2 weeks ago, sorry about the delay. Please let me know if you have any questions about any of the techniques. I’d be happy to explain further
In other news, I’ll be at SacAnime this New Year, Jan 1st - 3rd 2016, at the Sacramento Convention center in the Dealer’s Hall with my prints and books. I would love to see everyone again, and meet new con goers as well. I’d be happy to give more art advice in person or just chat and make new friends I hope to see you there!
And in case you missed it, here are some other tutorials I've been posting on
Paypal Seller Protection for Digital Art[Invoices]Yo, Reindrops!Paypal Seller Protection for Digital Art[Invoices] by REcilince
So I was stalking twitter and saw a conversation between two people I watch...
Basically, they were talking about how removing the shipping address visually on an invoice does not get rid of the shipping address on the invoice! The shipping address is still included, but if you get rid of the visual, it just doesn't appear to you on the invoices.
This also means you are not legible for seller protection and people can chargeback and fuck you over, pretty much.
HOWEVER, I dug around a bit and found a solution to this problem--it's a bit tedious though since you'll have to go through all your invoices and mark them.
Anyway, here's how it works:
1. You need to send the invoice. Don't worry about removing the shipping address--I'm not sure that's even possible?? after all these updates from Paypal.
((If you do find a way to remove it completely, do let me know.. coughs))
2. Go to the invoice after you sent the art files (you could also just attach them to the invoice