Nope, but I get you feeling limited. You can always do new work in different accounts or profiles.
Many artists have vanilla accounts for general art and an account for the fetish work.
Preaching to the choir, reverend. I'm not a drawn artist, but I am a writer, and I wonder how I can hit on an idea rightly stupid enough to work, so I don't have to shill out 10$ commissions anymore.
No, honestly. Maybe part of it is that I don't do this stuff for money, but the world has way more than enough "normal" artists. I provide content that others won't (albeit that's in the form of a very specific sub-fetish of pregnancy) and I've been around long enough to realize that there's virtually none being produced otherwise. Maybe I'd feel differently if I wasn't in a super niche market, and it'd seem different to me if I was just a generic pregnancy artist, but I just make things so people can have fun when they wouldn't otherwise have the chance to enjoy that kind of content.
I guess a lot of artists don't have this, but I have a serious motivation for producing what I draw, and in the end it's also just fun for everyone. I don't give a damn if it's weird or unpopular, I want to have fun with fetish content and want to help others do the same. Nothing went wrong.
Now, if I wanted to produce something else, I could always just go elsewhere, probably modify my style a bit in the process. Doesn't sound impossible by any means, but I have no concern about that at the moment.
>>6547>Many artists have vanilla accounts for general art and an account for the fetish work.
That's what the last sentence is describing.
I don't try to hide my stuff because I've seen how that can come back and bite people in the ass.>>6551
If art is your career you hit a wall with pregnancy fetish art. Because the fetish isn't that big there's going to be a limit to your reach.
That's why most artists fuck off. They either have to make big boy money or they want a real art career. Patreon's a big help to some but I think they're getting saturated and some people are turning against them. While fun is great it doesn't pay the bills.