I've recently dived into a few new pools, to help promote some of my commercial pieces! If u would like to follow me on any of the sites, please look for me underifourdezignRedBubble Shop: [link]Society6
Not everything I do will be posted here on Deviant Art - if you don't want to miss my updates you can follow me on Twitter. (same name) This is a work related account only.Pinterest: [link]
- The equivalent is perhaps instagram. I use it because it links back better to the original known source.FEEDBACK ON SHOP SITES
In my experience, people often seem to fear telling an artist what they think about their work. I guess it's far easier to just right click and save. However, it can make a whole world of difference to the artist, if you share your appreciation for their work via feedback. This allows others to see the product is worthy.PRODUCTS:
It is often hard to cater for all parties. If however you see a design you like that you would prefer to see in another product, please feel free to make a suggestion. It may not be possible but it is something I am open to.
I am under no illusion that my work will not please everyone. But, it does help me immensely to know people's thoughts. (Constructive comments preferred. Anything rude and offensive will reported or removed).
I am periodically submitting new pieces of varying styles, to the above sites, so if you are genuinely
interested in any of my work and see something you like, please feel free to give me a follow, so you don't miss out! It really is very appreciated.
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________IMPORTANT NOTE FOR UK/EUROPEAN BUYERS:Q: I live in the UK, why can I not buy your products from a UK store.A:
Unfortunately (at present) there are few UK Print On Demand stores as big as Redbubble (HQ - Australia) Society6 (HQ - California) / Other similar stores include - Zazzle, Cafepress, offering this kind of bespoke service for such a competitve price. It is not ideal for me either, since I do reside in the UK.Q: I applied for Free Shipping in your store, but have still incurred Customs Duty charges. A:
UK Customs Duty - Sadly, Customs Duty is a tax charged on importation of goods produced outside the European Union (EU). In detail, this is a complicated business. If you reside outside of the US, for an indepth breakdown, I suggest this link. [link]
Shipping and customs are two different things. Whilst, a store may offer FREE SHIPPING
on a product, any goods purchased outside of the EU can incur extra costs on release. This could well be on any number of items, be it your favourite Tee shirt or the latest DVD. It is a legality that could effect a buyer at any time, so take this into consideration when you are buying from any site outside of the UK, and always check the shops T & Cs.
Shops and sellers are not responsible for any extra costs you may incur. However, it may be worth noting that Redbubble, do appear to be aware of this and will do their utmost to assist where possible. (See link below)Shipping details/Customs Duty
Society6 - [link]
Redbubble - [link]
Deviant Art - FAQ #636: Are there any taxes or charges applied to packages once they cross the border?
Thank you for taking the time to read.
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