Ok I really need to get this off my chest. I have finally finished most of my commissions now, except two. Those will be done very soon too. But some things really start to get on my nerve, which is when people act really rude or butthurt when something went wrong. I mean, I make clothes and props on commission, but without the actual person it is hard to make it exactly the right size and it often needs corrections. So of course it might go a little wrong. I tell my customers that too. And then there's going to be these people who get really butthurt about it when it does actually go wrong and some part of the clothing is a little tight. And they just tell me how I fucked up in a way that makes me feel terrible about myself. Not to speak of the rude customers I've had though. I actually made one commission in three weeks for someone (I normally take much longer when it's a complete outfit), but the guy just started rushing and guilt tripping me. I was supposedly going to ruin his convention and he ranted about how I was taking too long. He was acting so childish and so ungrateful and rude, I couldn't sleep that night and the next day I was feeling too stressed to do anything. I can't believe people act this way sometimes. Why can't all of them just be polite like most people on dA are?
I am taking one or two new commissions though.