Still thinking vaguely of the limited edition print run idea–I’ll have to give it a shot. (‘Course, I’ll have to do a digital painting to actually print, mind you!) As the incomparable fenrislorsai points out, I have a pretty whomping fan base over at DevArt, so I’m asking them to take a poll on the matter, because hey! I never use the poll function!
If any of you, O Faithful Reader, would like to weigh in, either again, or with, y’know, numerical weight, mosey on over to
God, I hate marketing. Really, I do. Of all the skills that go into being an artist–and there’s a lot of ’em, very few artists just sit and art–photography, marketing, chemistry, design, canvas stretching if you’re into that, marketing is the one I dislike the most. I am left feeling alternately like a beggar and a raging capitalist running dog. This is why people have agents, man…
Edit: Speaking of marketing, if anybody ordered “It Made Sense At The Time” and would like to leave a review, you can do it at the Sofawolf site right here You need to have an account at the site, but they promise not to sell your information to anybody, and they’re trustworthy guys.