These are replies to the most common questions we got about the site. Once we get more we will go on and update this.
We do have a certain set of standards when it comes to placing auctions in the main categories. Here's a list of reasons why this may have happened:
Your auction is reposted regularly, contains clashing colors, the line art is poor or lacks color, it's excessively watermarked, contains specific fetish content or a combination of these.
We also move some of the slots of auctions with many slots to the below threshold section. If this happens just find the slot that was not moved and link the others from that auction. This is a shortcoming of the site we wanna address in the future.
Being moved to below threshold does not limit your ability to continue selling your auctions. It just removes clutter from the main category page.
The site was built by a small team (programmer + artist) who considered that auctioning art was way too inconvenient with the existing options. Also, we believe that people do not only want to buy art from artists they know but discover new people who make great art.
YCH.Commishes treats all the auctions equally, they appear on the homepage until they're finished and archived. This makes the system very useful to discover new art, hunt for a good bargain and to give exposure to artists who are selling their art.
The account is only required to create and manage auctions. All the other functions can be used without an account.
Submitting a bid is simple, you just need to provide a name or nickname (that will be shown next to your bid) and and email (for the artist to contact you) together with the amount you wish to bid on the auction.
Nope! You just need to enter an email address that the artist may use to contact you.
Finished auctions that were won by a registered user will be automatically transferred to CRM, which is our commission management.
If you're confused by how the site works, feel free to check out our Wiki page detailing how our services are structured. In it you will find a list of our services and how they are connected.
Yes. Although we don't keep the auctions on the front page to keep everything neat and tidy you can access them via the archive
No. The current version just handles the auction itself, no payment. And even if it did, you would just be required to enter your payment details once you wish to withdraw your funds. You will never be required to provide your payment details upfront.
That error comes from our rather modest hard drive space availability on our servers. So in order to keep hard drive usage down they discard any upload bigger than 2MB. I'm looking forward to the moment we can accept files bigger than that!
Not at all. That means that your bidders were very happy with the work they received from you and told us they'd love to buy from you again. Keep up the good work, your buyers appreciate it.
Currently yes. Handling payments for users is a delicate matter with lots of caveats for us to do right now.
That said, if the site has a positive reception and people ask for the paymetns to be managed by us to give them a higher level of security and trust, we would of course do it. It's technically really easy to do and would just take a few weeks to implement at worst.
No. We don't manage any payment as of now, and therefore we can't regulate the auction. We aimed at being a tool for discovery, to make it easy for people to find open YCH and commission auctions.
Again, we're looking into the possibility of managing payments, but it's not something we can provide as of now. It's just to complicated and has a lot legal issues attached for us to hold money for a person and to arbitrate if something goes wrong.
Just go ahead and write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your question and we will make our best to answer it as soon as possible. And if we feel the question may be something other users may profit from we will include it here too.