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|02-18-2016 04:56 PM|
That's stunning ._. |
|02-18-2016 09:11 AM|
|dickhutchings||I find it extremely relaxing and at the same time stimulating. Is that possible?|
|02-18-2016 09:08 AM|
Everyone has different likes and dislikes. Everyone knows by now that I love to paint. |
|02-18-2016 08:02 AM|
Originally Posted by dickhutchings View Post
|02-15-2016 10:37 AM|
Yeah, that was my experience also. |
|02-15-2016 10:33 AM|
@Lashdown91 I have a friend who sells stuff on Etsy, and while she has good luck with it, she also complains of their fees. Evidently they charge a fee for every little thing. |
If you are on Facebook, you can set up a separate page just for your art and direct people there.
|02-15-2016 10:32 AM|
Originally Posted by Lashdown91 View Post
|02-15-2016 10:24 AM|
I was using Esty but shut it down. I was getting much better response on Ebay. |
|02-15-2016 09:40 AM|
I've seen people who base their prices on time, as they set themselves an hourly rate. Well, this took about 3 months, of very sporadic work. No idea how many hours, and a lot of them were just unproductive deliberation. Can't really charge for being hesitant. |
I'm in the UK, so will have to work on £, but £200 -£250 would probably be about right.
Do any of you use etsy? How good is it for selling paintings?
|02-14-2016 03:25 PM|
Wow, that's awesome. Lots of cool details. Obviously the size of the painting should figure into your price too. |
I was looking at another Instagram persons paintings just yesterday, not sure if they were oil or acrylic (I know much more time goes into oil), but most of his were at least $250. I will tag u on one of his paintings so you can check his website.
Check around Instagram and see what other people are charging for the same size oils (?)
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