As a copywriter, I’d say you are not hitting the right market. Just think who’d pay for a “unique” character?
Your friends and family members would never pay you for your creative skills. I write all the invitations and poems for free when it’s for a friend. They would never value your time, it just goes that way!
Parents? Probably not! Their kids like Pokemon and they don’t need a copyright at all. Of course, there are people who want the uniqueness, but quite a few I guess.
So first of all, DEFINE THAT “YOU”, your potential buyer!
Besides, your beginning is kinda off putting. The buyer comes first, not your $$$. So maybe, just remove that part “Starting with $5”.
Next, you don’t need to tell what you need to get started. There is another level for that part. Instead, have a conversation with your buyer that how you can help them!
Then, the technical details: Those aren’t of much interest of your buyers (until they have decided to buy your gig). Better put them under FAQs. And so are the gig extras, they too must be in their place. You have just 1200 chars to describe what you are offering, so make full use of it!
Again, “I’m willing to adapt” is a big NO! Make it about your buyers, not about yourself. “If you need something more complex, I’m always up for the challenge!” sounds much better, don’t you think so!?
Finally, “Thank you!” is the end of a conversation. That’s what I say when my buyers leave a 5-star review. Your gig description isn’t an end, but the beginning of a real conversation. Do ask questions or leave an invitation, whatever you like! But please, don’t say ‘thank you’, sounds like a “Goodbye!” to me.
P.S. Have you tried Buyer Requests? You can get a lot of insights of what buyers are actually looking for! I do not have any social media accounts, nor have I ever shared my gigs anywhere else. And I’m landing orders I guess!
P.P.S. Do I sound too harsh or overthinking on everything? Maybe! I’ve no idea, lol. Being a copywriter, I know words matter more when it comes to sell, no matter whether you’re selling online or offline. So THANKS to my mood, I’m writing such a long blurb…, just trying to help though!
Yet if it hurts, I’m so SORRY.
Feel free to reach out if you need anything else!