Originally Posted by lemuries
I actually love the idea of a stickied thread on what makes a good commissioner. People can definitely tell you what makes a good experience and what makes a bad one.
I've been told before I should try doing commissions, but I would be afraid of making a terrible blunder that either cost me a lot of money to fix, or a lot of reputation, which can't be fixed.
This will also allow for potential clients (yes I say clients, not customers for a reason) to also learn what to look for when searching for a commissioner to hire.