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hes currently looking for a new head.

this is mostly to fursuit makers....

beware of romani123. he has no people skills and no sense of what is right or wrong. ive been burned by him not just once, but twice on commissions.

he asked me to make him a tail, i said no problem and began work on the tail. next thing i know, he tells me he commissioned someone else for a tail and didnt need me to make him one anymore. *growl* ok. i was upset and told him that he needs to cancel his commission with me before doing something like that again. he agrees.

so he asks me for some new paws. i begin work on them. he later tells me that he commissioned paws from someone else instead...without cancelling his commission with ME. AGAIN.

and then he asks me if ill make him a new fursuit head. i turned him down and told him that i will not accept another commission from him again.


he is local to me and alot of the local furs know that hes a bit...wacky. they also agree that he has no people skills and continues to do this kind of shit.

ive done some suit alterations, upgrades and repairs and yeah....hes not a fun customer. hes ultra cheap and SUPER picky and tries to talk you down from your prices.
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thaily
Nov. 16th, 2006 04:43 pm (UTC)
Sounds unpleasant, sorry you had to deal with that crap.
littlenightmare
Nov. 16th, 2006 04:45 pm (UTC)
Ooh, I remember that. You helped out a lot with repairs and then they just kinda expected it for free. @__@ Yeah, that's not cool at all.
jtbeckett
Nov. 16th, 2006 06:15 pm (UTC)
I'm fortunate i always state my requirements for how payment should be done with me... that involves a lot of "up front"

crssafox
Nov. 17th, 2006 12:34 am (UTC)
Have him (or other customers too) pay at least the cost of materials before you even start work, so they can't "change their minds" and leave you with a bunch of fur that you don't need or want - not that this would keep them from commissioning someone else, but at the very least their materials were paid for, and not by you - you won't be out that much money.
neongryphon
Nov. 17th, 2006 12:53 am (UTC)
I second that. Make sure you've got some cash to cover yourself before you start work. I don't think many buyers expect any artist to start work with no deposit paid. And if the buyer stands to lose money from pratting around, then hopefully they won't!
skanrashke
Nov. 17th, 2006 11:21 am (UTC)
Haha, I remember that guy posting something on fursuit a while back, along the lines of
"I need a high quality head in two weeks or less, for cheap". It was provoking the response from everyone, "uhh.. no. Asshat.". It was glorious.
harliquinnraver
Nov. 17th, 2006 11:24 am (UTC)
granted, he did pay me for some repair work on his suit for the first few times....but then he just expected me to upgrade his suit for free. and quickly. XD
zoom_gas
Nov. 28th, 2006 06:25 am (UTC)
ugh. what a jerk. hes annoying as hell too, Ive seen his posts bitching about whoever was making his head being 'incompetent' and wanting free heads or some shit.
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