I sculpted an Apple Jack who was purchased, paid for, and shipped away to Japan. Welp. The buyer didn't like her so she intentionally broke my work and **"refused" the package.
**A package can only be refused if it is UNOPENED, however, she had been repackaged with Japanese stickers holding the bubble wrap together.
"But Fayen, how do you know she was intentionally broken?"
Easy. I ship my work in tupperware, which is inside of a box. Tupperware is extraordinarily hard to damage in shipping. I MUMMIFY them in bubble wrap. Plus her tail was completely ripped off. Due to my wire armatures, that would be IMPOSSIBLE in shipping. The wire was facing upwards and had been cut.
I put a lot of love into her, so with a heavy heart, I fixed her. Now, her damage is unnoticeable. She has been re-adopted to a loving home <3
**Dear anyone, if you don't like a piece of art you purchased, please just return it.. It's much more heartbreaking to see your hard work ruined than it is to hear "Sorry, I don't like it." We put many hours and much love into our work.**