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« on: February 02, 2011 10:41:49 AM »

So heres a few of my paintings i have kicking about the house, need to get them to good homes soon, i have no space for them Sad.
But i just love them so incredibly much.

The very first Sea-Creature i painted

Ink, Emulsion, Biro


Ink, Watercolour Paint, Air Brush, Biro

Shark Lady

Airbrush, Coloured Pencil, Tissue Paper, Ink, Glue

Rainbow Me

Ink, Watercolour, Biro, Acrylic


Ink, Biro

Monster Family

Ink, Pastel, Watercolour Paint


Paper, Ink, Watercolours, Biro


Foil, Acrylic Paint


Watercolour Paint, Block Paints, Ink, Paper, Newspaper

Id love to hear what people think Smiley
Any one have any ideas you think i should try?
Was thinking of commissioning, but not sure if its up to standard.
Either way i love this as a hobby
*Runs off to grab inks*


« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2011 11:57:12 AM »

These are awesome! You are very talented. I definitely think you should do comissions!!
The first sea creature is my favorite. I've never seen crabs or crayfish done in this style and they look amazing. Very unique. Great job!

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« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2011 12:29:32 PM »

Thank You!, That really means alot.
My Uni Course has sucked all the fun out of it.
Great to know someone thinks theyre good ^_^
Confidence boosted.

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« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2011 01:30:39 PM »

These are awesome! I love the first sea creature, which kind of reminds me of a zombie mermaid, which, is a really cool concept in general, and the monster family. I love the bright colors. You should definitely do commissions, if you had these on etsy or a similar site I would seriously consider buying them.

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« Reply #4 on: February 02, 2011 02:09:08 PM »

Thank You, So happy to see positive feedback. Smiley
Ive got them on my etsy, made them pricey-ish cause im scared to let them go >_<.
Not sure on how to price art :\.
Definetly up for commissions though, just to get me a army of those interested.
Now to do some course work! haha.

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« Reply #5 on: February 02, 2011 02:21:58 PM »

That lobster is phenomenal! Totally wicked good!
If you made them into greeting cards they would sell and make you gobs of money. Not what you think of when you're making art with your talent but having worked in the biz I gotta tell you, that's where the sales are and these would be super popular. Nice work Smiley

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« Reply #6 on: February 02, 2011 11:23:58 PM »

Thank you Cheesy
I hadnt thought of that before!, Shall look into that, thanks!
Ive noticed its pretty difficuly to get established Sad

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« Reply #7 on: February 03, 2011 05:39:01 AM »

Here's a trick for making cards... take a Very good photograph of your piece and print them up regular photo size, don't use walmart 1 hour because their prints suck, go someplace good. Then buy a card making set of blanks and envelops and just glue your prints on or get fancy and use those photo corners. Remember to sign each one on the card blank "frame" around the print. Number then if you are going to make limited batches, like 1-100 for 1 of 100 prints. This is very inexpensive and easy to do and that sort of card can sell for between $4-$6 each. In all my years of working retail cards and sunglasses were the thing that sold the most and brought in the most revenue. If everyone printed cards and postcards they'd increase their sales so much. That way everyone gets to go away with a piece of art that they loved, even if they couldn't afford to buy a big print.
postcard are good to, you can have them made up by a print shop and they sell for $1-$2, a Great grab item or as a little gift to include in bigger orders.

Hope you don't mind all this unasked for advice, I just like your work Wink.

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« Reply #8 on: February 03, 2011 09:12:38 AM »

Ill definetly be giving all that a go!, i cant get to a WalMart anyway, being in Scotland the closest i have is Tescos haha, but im sure they have a print kiosk. So pretty much just mounting the Prints of the piece onto nice card?, so simple but so effective. ive so many ideas on things to do, Jewlerry, Plushies etc but not the funds to do it all yet, in time!. Ill be jumping through to the shops as soon as i can.
Aw not atall, thanks so much for the advice!.
There will be more up soon Grin.
Once i have the time away from Uni work.

« Reply #9 on: February 05, 2011 04:53:34 AM »

Thats a good idea, ive ordered in a tonne, but will give bein thrifty a go ^_^
Plenty of Second-Hand/Charity shops about here.
Been raiding my house already, stash is growing!
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