So… A Game and Wario stage for the Wii U version and WarioWare Inc returning for 3DS…
Still no love for the Wario Land games, huh?
and this is why he’s one of my mains in every Smash Game he’ll be in. :’p
To ALL those artists out there who take commissions and sell their art of any type this is for you! If anyone ever tries to argue with your prices show them this! Take pride in your work! Never settle for anything less then what you believe to be a fair price for the efforts and passion you pour into your work.
YOU ARE WORTH IT!
Seconding this SO hard right now.
I’ve known of so many artists who were amazing but refused to charge the proper amount for their hard work. It’s a crime.
All commissioners must remember this when you commission someone!!
i still don’t?? understand luigi’s winning pose though?? he just swings down and wiggle on the spot like a caterpillar?? just what is this man doing
You’re questioning an Oddball being an Oddball? .v.
As mayor, u can’t be everyone’s friend all the time. It’s hard but someone’s gotta do it.
An opinion is an opinion, I’m not gonna judge anyone who has one. But the moment you say mine is stupid, then you’re not worth my time.
Guys can we take a moment to appreciate the fact that Wendy
is the first female villain to be playable in the SSB series
No, that’s common sense.
It’s even more important to credit the images used as icons/avatars/reaction images on RP blogs,ect
When you happen to see a sourceless image you still have the possibility to track down the original artwork (with Google image search).
If the image is cropped to the size of the avatar it harder if not impossible to find the author!
Is it really a big effort to write a tiny - avatar image by (author)?
And I think it’s obvious that cropping, no… altering the image in any way, especially when the artist politely requests not to do so, is simply disrespectful.
Folks, please take all this to heart. We all work our balls off to deliver on quality images, and it’s only fair that should you ever want to use our drawings for your icon, then you give credit where credit is due.