>>14093>After it failed
I was just about to ask if you've tried uploading your stuff to e621. It looks like someone else already posted your gif, and it's quite popular. (I'm assuming you weren't the one who posted it, since I thought that you considered that it failed because it didn't get any traction on Twitter. Also you can't see who's the uploader, I think)https://e621.net/posts/2596105?q=kapchynskyi
I'd say use this to your advantage, make an account and start posting your new animations there. You'll probably get some commissions faster that way. Twitter is pretty shit for art promotion (any social media is, imo) especially if you're new and have no followers. But on a booru site, and especially a furry
booru, where people can quickly find the exact content that gets them off thanks to a complex tagging system, and art is neatly organized per character, it's much easier to get a big audience and find potential clients, even when nobody knows about you. After all, you get much more visibility on a specialized art site used daily by that specific and massive fanbase, than on a social media platform used for all kinds of random purposes.
I'd suggest ditching Twitter altogether at least for furry porn, although if it doesn't take you much effort you can keep updating both platforms (you could still gain a following there as do many porn and SFW artists). Personally I'm not a furry but once in a blue moon I'll go to e621 to fap to some animations, so I'm a bit familiar with the site. Many artists themselves post their stuff on there and many of their works are commissions. If you search the "conditional_dnp" tag you'll find examples of artists or commissioners who post their own stuff. With your output and high artistic skill, and with animations that are a little bit more finished than this one (what matters in animated porn is the smoothness after all), you could become popular.