i do have some shirts up at society6 and redbubble, but i don’t currently participate in any shirt competitions like threadless’s because it’s really time-consuming coming up with a design to their specs AND promoting the hell out of it just to have it probably go nowhere in the end. i don’t mean for that to sound totally defeatist! it’s just a time management thing, plus most of my designs are of my own characters or characters i like, i.e. stuff i have fun drawing…but i’m not into pop culture enough to make designs that are all that relevant to large crowds of people, i think#ask #selling #merchandise
thanks! and don’t worry, your english is fantastic!
i love redbubble and society6 and have never had any issues with either one :D they do a great job of paying me my earnings on time, they’re very transparent about what i’ve earned and when i’ll receive it, and they don’t dip into my profits too heavily (versus dA, especially, who takes 50% of my profits on top of their own base prices AND charges me an extra fee just to withdraw my own earnings if i’m not a premium member.. e_e) they also do a great job of promoting their artists on a constant basis, i feel; redbubble even sets up shops at real life events (NYCC, SXSW etc.) so for the sake of selling online, i definitely recommend them, though it may take a long time before you start to earn much money…
if you’re looking for a place to print products to sell on your own, though, i don’t recommend on-demand places like RB/s6 in general, because their prices are always so high. in most cases you’re better off having a small run of products printed through another company that specializes in something like screenprinted shirts or vinyl stickers; it’s a larger investment up front since these companies almost always require minimum orders, but you’ll get to keep so much more profit per sale, and the printing quality is usually a little better this way too. good luck!!#ask #printing #merchandise
thank you! unfortunately i have no control over redbubble or society6’s phone case selection, but you can try emailing them and asking them to add galaxy note 3 cases — if there’s enough demand they’ll probably make it happen!#ask #merchandise