Hey, just some general things that could assist you and these are mostly from a watcher standpoint as I'm not an artist myself(which I guess is equally as important since you're looking for business). I've seen some similar threads on here but I don't think I've responded because I don't want to step on any toes but your situation can be applied to many!
First and foremost you appear pretty decent at drawing so you got a solid foundation to work on and expand upon if your intention is to do some business, but of course as Eyleifr mentioned is that 29 Submissions over the span of 5 years is not a lot(Maybe average half a submission a month). On a site like FA you get the most exposure as a smaller account the moment you post something, and if you don't have a lot of traffic/users visiting your page, that's it. Start off just posting a bit more and frequently as it will help you not only expand your gallery, but to get some clicks and eventually followers.
Another thing I really want to mention is that even though it's a bit of a rabbit hole you might get stuck in if you just want to be a general artist drawing your own thing... A good deal of bigger artists on something like FA started off or at least dabbled in some kind of Fanart. Drawing fan art of various already existing characters from movies and series is a great way to expand your watcher list, and if you tag things appropriately they are a lot more likely to get you a few watchers over time(more on that below). I myself is someone who mainly use FA for one type of art in particular, and some artists I wouldn't have watched if it weren't for them drawing at least some art occasionally that were of interest to me as a watcher. A lot of watchers want artists to draw their OC's or 'sonas, many of which may be based off these movies and series.
On your profile page, add some large text in the middle of the top page, maybe even in color that you are OPEN for commissions and then have a link under or next to it to some examples you think look the nicest c:. Even though there's a commission tab on your profile page, an underutilized or plain profile page doesn't help an artist like yourself to get watchers or commissioners, fancy your page up a bit!
Even though I can see you tag your artwork, it really helps adding that little extra to a description too so the one who clicked on the image get a small read if they like that stuff. Tags and title is especially what people will find your artwork from if they happen to search for specific art, if you miss out on some important ones I can promise you your picture has very low to no chance to get bumped into later, even more so if not many users favorite it. If you spent an hour or two on a picture that you upload, give it 5 minutes of love when you upload it as well in form of Description, title, tags.
Upload your stuff when the site is as busiest(usually around afternoon/evening times EDT), even though it might not be fully accurate I do believe the majority of people using this site are active around U.S afternoon/evening time, post your stuff then.
Lowball your prices when you start off, don't do the whole "CHARGE WHAT YOU'RE WORTH GIRL/BOIii!" as some bigger/successful artists say, as much as it's true and is fair, no one will go to a smaller artist either just starting off, with a small gallery, or hard to see previous customers with a chunk of their money if they don't ABSOLUTELY love the style you draw or that they know you in person. Someone like myself that sometimes is forced to hold onto my money quite tightly I may just make a gamble on a new or smaller artist if their prices are low. I don't want to say you're worth less or that your time isn't worth as much as someone else's but over charging and then seeing artists wondering or hoping for business that is stale or not appearing for them is a repetitive theme. As business pick up and you get customers, slowly increase your prices. If I have an artist that can draw similarly, draw more often, have more prominent and established commission business, is open and ALSO provide cheaper prices, it's a dead race before it even started and I'd go there straight away. If there's money on the line this is what you need to keep in mind c:
Maybe do a few giveaways, and don't be afraid to dabble in some YCH later on or just ask if a few users would want a free image like "Insert X image you drew here". Though I'd highly recommend just drawing and posting a few pictures so you have some more followers c:
If it's not the art itself, users also love a nice and interesting personality. Some artists can get very far on just standing out a bit whether it's sociable, bubbly, kind, funny, you get the idea. It doesn't hurt to talk to your audience once in a while and maybe share something you're up to or ask them what they are up to. I know some artists are just that good that they can put up a wall and not talk to anyone, or even come off a bit brash or like an ass and still get business, but I figured I'd at least point it out.
- Draw more and post more often
- Draw fanart of various kinds
- Make it VERY CLEAR that you are open for comms and make your profile page nice
- Tag your stuff, add a nice description
- Price your comms low when you start off
These are just a few things you can keep in mind that I am absolutely positive will help you grow your audience. In the end its the art itself that speaks the loudest, so focus on improving and getting better at producing quality art that appeals to people. Show that you got the good stuff, expand and post more often and get the small pebbles rolling first. Also, I felt the need to edit this in, but on a site like FA it's important to mention that NSFW sells, if you don't mind or even enjoy drawing it that is easily the best way to make money but depending on the kind of artist you are you might want to focus more on SFW art, which will without a doubt, be harder to gain traction and business with.
(Also to anyone else reading this, feel free to rip/copy/steal this post, I think it could help a lot of people starting off)