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Re: [Groop]original art question (OT)
On Sat, 08 Jul 2000 15:26:43 -0400, Nate Piekos <email@example.com>
>1) How much should I charge for the original art? I know I'm by far an
>unknown. The art for sale will all be 11x14" bristol pages, highly
>detailed pencil drawings. I'm thinking $25? Too much? Too cheap? Click
>here for a look at the kind of drawing I'm talking about:
ME: You can't set a price that way, Nate. If the place if full of
Piekos fans, $25 is way cheap. If no one who shows up at the con
wants your work, $25 is too much. And you need to take into account
how much it matters to you, how much you want the money, etc.. It may
also matter a lot what other artists around you are charging.
Set a price and prepare to adjust it as people start lining up to
>2) When you buy original art at a con, does the artist just hand it to you,
>or are they usually in some sort of protective vinyl sleeve?
ME: Usually, they just hand it to you. If you're doing pencil
drawings though, it might not be bad idea to take along some manila
envelopes or something.
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