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How to Get Paid Drawing Maps (or painting miniatures) make money online drawing

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24 thoughts on “How to Get Paid Drawing Maps (or painting miniatures) make money online drawing”

  1. The best speech i ever heard on YT about starting some job. Congratulation! You are doing well. And thanks for your video about Inkarnate. I am starting project right now after i found them over your channell.

  2. Thanks for the advice Nate, fantastic useful info here. Loving the style of your maps. Just so you know some of your web site links don't work, would also be nice to see some zoomed in sections of your map portfolio. Thanks again, keep up the good work

  3. so something about exposure i like to keep myself to is, if somebody actually has a big enough active following that their exposure would be actually worth it, theyve also got enough money to pay you, if they cant afford to pay you than their exposure isnt worth it either

  4. I know this has been up for a couple of years now, but as a long-time freelance writer/editor I'd just like to say: THANK YOU! That is solid, actionable advice for anyone wanting to do freelance work. I'm especially pleased to hear you warn folks off from working for publicity — as I have long said, "Exposure is what you die of when you can't pay the rent." 🙂

  5. Hey, I have only just started getting into map drawing because I started DMing….. Surprise surprise 😛 I am curious, do you hand-draw then use photo-shop to digitalise? Or do you use (is it possible to use?) paid-for-software for your maps?

    Thanks!

  6. I am in no way a freelance artist (cartography is more of a hobby to me), but I do some coding comissions on the side of my coding job, and I found that a lot of these tips apply really well to that as well! Overall a great amount of useful information in this video.

  7. It's not capitalism to get paid for your work. It's capitalism to hire others to do the work for you then pay them a wage that's less than the value of the product they made. i.e. there is literally no difference between "taking a cut of someone else's paycheck" and "capitalist profits." What you're doing is artisanship, not capitalism.

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