The Prince of Beasts
Nekyua/Nekyu

INFP ♥ Goes by male pronouns. About Me.

Personal & art blog. Lots of NSFW including guro, vore, and porn of ALL kinds from little to noncon/dubcon. You have been warned.

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mistreil: emitter, sans the first two traits. and then like bits of other stuff like the second sentence from manipulator and a good fraction of enhancer.

  • Emitter:Impatient, not detail-oriented, and quick to react in a volatile manner. Many of them are quick-tempered and hot-blooded. They resemble the Enhancers in building their impulsivity, but the difference with them, they probably tend to calm down and forget easier.

Ya very true you very observant of me www 

tulhip: uhh enhancer maybe? its hard none of them really say nekyu to me LOL

  • Enhancer: Determined and simple. Most of them never lie, hide nothing, and are very straightforward in their actions or in their thinking. Their words and actions are often dominated by their feelings. They are generally very selfish and focused on their goals.

LOL I see I see. Yeah idk, a lot of em have parts that can fit me, but I wonder what would suit me best. Enhancer is definitely an option (also idk if you say nekyu idk if you mean me or my character LOL) but I know I get my feelings in the way a lot and I’m pretty selfish and straightforward. It’s a p good fit B) you know me well enough yolo same for if nekyu as a character he’s pretty much a lot like that too

breeziless: Don't hit me, but I think you'd be a Transmuter. ;w;

  • Transmuter: Whimsical and prone to deceit. Transmutation users have unique attitudes, and many are regarded as weirdos or tricksters. Often they put forth a facade while hiding the truer aspects of their personalities. Even when they don’t hide their personalities they rarely reveal their true intentions.

So I’m Hisoka and Killua this is a dream come true. Not to mention they’re in my personality range LOOLL. I can see why you’d say I’m this one. tbh I do feel like I put a lot of different faces on for everyone, despite that I’m also a very forward person? 

Go into my ask and tell me, based on your observations, which nen type you think I am

Enhancer: Determined and simple. Most of them never lie, hide nothing, and are very straightforward in their actions or in their thinking. Their words and actions are often dominated by their feelings. They are generally very selfish and focused on their goals.
Transmuter: Whimsical and prone to deceit. Transmutation users have unique attitudes, and many are regarded as weirdos or tricksters. Often they put forth a facade while hiding the truer aspects of their personalities. Even when they don't hide their personalities they rarely reveal their true intentions.
Conjurer: Typically high-strung or overly serious and stoic. They are often on guard as to be cautious. They are very observant and logical, rarely falling into traps. Being able to analyze things calmly is the strength of Conjurers.
Emitter: Impatient, not detail-oriented, and quick to react in a volatile manner. Many of them are quick-tempered and hot-blooded. They resemble the Enhancers in building their impulsivity, but the difference with them, they probably tend to calm down and forget easier.
Manipulator: Logical people who advance at their own pace. They are all for arguments and tend to want to keep their families and loved ones safe. On the other hand, when it comes to pursuing their own goals, they do not listen to what others might have to say about it.
Specialist: Individualistic and charismatic. They will tell you anything important on them, and refrain from being close friends. But, because of their natural charisma that draws others, they are always surrounded by many people.

Anonymous: Okay I understand artists charging more than mass producers for items. But your prices are a little high. Feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.

beezeeart:

I’ve said this a hundred times. Other artists have said this. People who aren’t even artists but care about others being able to support themselves from their work have said this. This is my job where I make my full time living. My prices are the way they are for a reason. And even if it weren’t my full time job I am performing a specialized skill producing luxury goods that takes time, money, and years to perfect. I deserve to be compensated for that work even if the money doesn’t go to basic survival necessities.

My products may be out of your price range, which is okay. That just means you aren’t my target market. But that doesn’t mean they are overpriced. And that doesn’t make it okay to walk around telling others what they should charge. There are a hundred resources on why artists price the way they do out there, please read the following and take some time to educate yourself:

- This is a “simple” forumla for pricing.  It does not include any specifics and simply includes “expenses” as a lump category.

- A more in depth guide to pricing.

- Here is a post from Magweno which does a good job of summing up all the “hidden” costs in crafting. It also includes a discussion on whether the perceived value of art should be taken into consideration. It doesn’t even take into account sales, self employment, or income taxes. 15% of my income alone goes to self employment tax. 15-30% (depending on how much I made that year) will go to income tax.

- If you want to spend some money to learn, there is an entire book on ethical pricing.

- Another blog post from Mill Girl who writes further on what goes into pricing, arts and crafts as a luxury item, what you support when you purchase handmade, and who/what you harm when you devalue handmade.

- A tumblr post which highlights the pitfalls of people who undervalue art and their negative impact on the entire art community. This includes both artists undervaluing themselves and clients undervaluing artists.

- Here’s an article on pricing as a freelancer and industry standards. For the record I consider myself under the category “Someone with a few years of experience and a good portfolio: $50 - $85+/hr.” I can promise I am charging nowhere near $50 an hour, and close to $25 since I supplement my income with “passive income” from pattern sales.

And that is just a few of the resources out there available. I sincerely hope you will read them and stop spreading negative attitudes on pricing.

People who reblog from mabifestivities with tags like ‘i may actually join’ ‘this looks fun’ ‘hey im coming back around again’ is what makes me really happy to do events?? It’s nice to see new people come around, and great to also see old faces coming back around. 

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About Contributing

alienfirst:

monarobot:

mayakern:

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chrisryniak:

About contributing.

When I was growing up, and I became a fan of something, I actively contributed to that thing with my dollars.
If I liked a band, a movie, an artist, an intellectual property….I bought something from them.  I BOUGHT cds, VHS tapes, t-shirts, toys, posters, books etc.  Because this is how you got to experience that media, by owning it.   
NOW, with the advent of the internet, social media and mobile devices, these creators can spread their wares to everyone, everywhere, all the time.  BUT, how many of those people are actually helping keep those creators in business with actual dollars, or even a SINGLE dollar across the length of their fandom of said creator?  Likes, follows and comments on instagram do not equate to support beyond warm-fuzzies.  Likes on Facebook are even more pervasive, because even though I may have 15k followers, FB decides how many of them actually get to see any given post, and it’s often less than 1000.   
Your dollars go to your phone service providers, to your ISP’s, but that does not trickle down to the creators that you swoon over on social media in any real substantial way.   Sure, youtube channels that have over 100k subscibers make money from ad revenue, but it has become such a small increment that it’s almost negligable.
You pay money for cable Television, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, iTunes.  All of those companies have contracts with record companies and studios that actually get money BACK to the entertainers. 
In the new world of creators that generate regular content that is spread through social media and the internet, how do they get compensated?   Sure they will get the comments ” I am so thankful fo what you do”  ”Or I love waking up to your new creations every day”  and that is AWESOME, but, it doesn’t put food on the table.   I really love my fans, and I try to interact as much as I can.  I know I’d be knowere without the handful of people who found me on the internet and became rabid collectors of my work.   I also know that not everyone can invest in original art, but they CAN enjoy it every day, and can afford less than what it would cost to buy Stabucks coffee for a week to support me on Patreon for a YEAR.
Now that Patreon exists, there is a way for people to actually contribute and support the creators and content that they love.  It can amount to being cheaper than a magazine subscription, with out ads!  The money goes directly to the creator and only a small percentage is ever taken by Patreon itself.   Patreon was created BY a content creator that could no longer sustain on the diminishing returns of the Youtube revenue system.
I know I have promoted this several times before, but I really wanted to talk about it, and why I am doing it.  They guys who run Patreon are solid, smart and PASSIONATE people who love fans, creators and community, I wil take every opportunity I can to support THEM.
Please think about your media consumption and consider becoming a patron of me or any number of thousands of creatos on patreon today!  YOUR $24 a year, will actually help someone to make a real living.
Thank you for taking the time to read this.

This is important to me, as someone who just started using Patreon to try and scrape a living together through the support of the community to whom I’ve been  offering my work for years, as well as through means of illustration jobs (editorial, etc).

We’re all consumers in one way to another, and supporting those who make so that the makers can continue to produce artwork for their followers and fans is important. If we can’t afford to pay the rent, we can’t afford to spend the time making art, and the world is a sadder place for it. So I agree with Chris 110%.  If you love our work, please support it. That allows us to continue making more for YOU. It’s a Win Win situation.

i don’t usually reblog things on my art blog, but this is 100% pertinent to my life right now.  i love making the content i do, i love drawing and making comics and illustrations and i love all the feedback you guys give me, but in my current situation my entire income is reliant on freelance work and on fan contributions (thru my patreon, store, bandcamp, or commissions).

i highly suggest that if you love a creator, find some way to give them something, even if it’s just like a dollar (or five).  that stuff adds up and i know, at least for me, it makes creating so much easier (in my case because then i don’t have to take as many freelance jobs just to pay bills).

it’s always frustrating being a creator and looking at how many fans you have and doing the math (in my case if each of my followers gave me a single dollar once a year i would be able to quit my job and do my own work full time and still make more than i am currently) and knowing that the reality doesn’t nearly match up because most fans don’t end up supporting independent artists.

This is really important and INCREDIBLY relevant to me right now! I love creating things and I love hearing from my followers and being connected to some many awesome creators and friends through my work, that is something I would have never even dreamed of just a year or two ago!

I have all these original ideas I wish I had more time to work on, I wish I could work on them ALL DAY just so I could share them with you, but being an independent creator is not easy, I made a choice to try and make a living from my creative work, so right now my time is eaten away simply struggling to get by month by month, and you guys can change that for me and other creators simply supporting the things you love, even in a small way.

I’ve also done the math and just like mayakern said, it’s a shock to realise that if you guys could support me with even just $1 it would make ALL THE DIFFERENCE in the world! Just to give you an idea: You would change my entire life- even if you could only support me once a year It would mean I wouldn’t have to worry about being able to afford rent, which in turn means all my time would be spent creating original content for all of you, pushing my work to new heights and plunging into new things I haven’t been able to dig into because of time and money worries (cons!! animation!! comics!!) realising my biggest dream of all times, this is how much of an impact you can have on my life, and on other creator’s lives.

So honestly, find a way to support the creators you love in some small way! I can’t stress enough how much of a difference it makes, and how much more productive one can be when not struggling.

This is why I made a Patreon! So all my fans and followers can get exclusive/awesome goodies in exchange for your support and still make a huge difference, no matter if you support me with $1, $2, or even $5, it really adds up, in the short time I’ve had it, my Patreon has become a game changer for me, it’s still small, and yet it makes all the difference each month, so if you like my stuff please consider supporting me there!

There’s really nothing I can add that hasn’t been said above. I really love making things for people, and I quit my day job to do more of that and to start investing my time into comic making. That’s why I started my Patreon. And the more people that support, the more I am able to do!

Patreon is a wonderful way to easily give back in some small amount to those creators that you adore. I love seeing all the people using it, and am only sad I can’t support everyone that I want to. Of course, getting help means giving it back in return so we’ll see how the future goes. :)