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Re: [Groop]original art question (OT)
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:
Well, I dunno, but here are some prices that were
charged at previous cons:
Shawn Van Briesen (published a few times in Big
Bang comics): pencil sketch $10.
Neil Vokes (published in Superman Adventures
comics): ink sketch $20.
Dan DeCarlo (published in Archie comics for around
45 years): pencil sketch $20.
Jeff Moy (published in Legion of Superheroes):
pencil sketch $25.
Dick Ayers (published in Marvel Comics): ink
Neal Adams (published in Marvel Comics and DC
Comics): ink sketch head $100, ink sketch full
John Romita Jr. (published in Marvel Comics):
ink sketch head $25, ink sketch full figure
John Romita Sr. (published in Marvel Comics):
pencil sketch head $10.
Paul Dini (Animated Batman/Superman/Batman
Beyond writer): ink sketch free.
Rick Burchett (published in DC Comics):
ink sketch free.
John Delaney (published in DC Comics): pencil
Brent Anderson (published in Marvel Comics
and Astro City comics): ink sketch $30.
Bill Morrison (Futurama art director): pencil
Steve Rude (published in Marvel Comics, DC
Comics, creator of Nexus): ink sketch $35.
Steve Lieber (published in Whiteout): ink
sketch $25 or $30.
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?
Usually, they just hand it to you. A good original
art dealer will give you an 11x17 plastic bag, though.
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