100 Points GiveawayYAY. Thank you all for entering. The winner is...100 Points Giveaway by =iDJPanda
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OoooOOOOoooOOOooooOOo It's that time of the year again! The time of year where everybody dresses up to occassion and wander the streets to hoard oneself with delicous treats. Since I can't really give you guys candy, I'm putting points in place of it. The rule of the giveaway is very simple. All you must do is.. Favorite this journal! That's it! This next part is totally optional and you can choose to comment if you would like to. The question is..
Difference between selling Art and selling MeatGreetings Ryceballs. Today I am gonna be talking about the differences between selling art and selling meat.Difference between selling Art and selling Meat by ^Ry-Spirit
It is absolutely fascinating how different the two can be! :iconyoudontsayplz: ... Well first of all, an artist likes their work to be appreciated and let the audience see for themselves whether they want to buy their artwork or not. While a butcher (ESPECIALLY ASIAN ONES LIKE THE ONE IN THE ARTWORK) only cares about selling the meat and making the profit, they have no sentimental feelings towards what they are selling, because if they do then there won't be any meat to sell right? One of the main rule of a butcher is to have no emotional attachment towards the animals, because they know sooner or later the animal needs to be chopped up. Well what about artists? Well they put their blood, sweat and tears into their artwork to make it as pretty as possible, all in hopes that the audiences would enjoy their art as much as the artist enjoy making them. NOW here's the thing thoug