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:star: Newcon PDX- Portland, OR Jan 15th-17th 2016 Finished, thanks!

:star: Sakura Con- Seattle, WA Mar 25th-27th 2016 Finished, thanks!

:star: Anime Southwest- Denver, CO Apr 29th-May 1st 2016 Finished, thanks!

:star: Anime Oasis- Boise, ID May 27th-30th Finished, thanks!

:star: SoDak Con- Rapid City, SD June 24th-26th Finished, thanks!

:star: Nagu Con- Helena, MT July 21st-23rd Finished, thanks!

:star: Kuro-Neko Con- Spokane, WA July 30th-31st Finished, thanks!

:star: Salt Lake Comic Con- Salt Lake City, UT Sept 1st-3rd Finished, thanks!

:star: Kumoricon- Portland, OR Oct 28th-30th :star:

:star: Anime NebrasKon- La Vista, NE Nov 4th-6th

I'll be there! Table Silver 36 in the artist alley! Come see me! I've got original works along with fan art of nostalgic games, anime, and movies!
  • Listening to: Fisherman's Horizon- FFVIII
  • Drinking: COFFEEE

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CourageofAwesome Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
When you first started selling your art in booths at conventions, how many copies of pictures did you print out, what sizes, and how much did your price them at?
I'm considering doing the same for myself, and I was basically hoping you could give me any advice at all.
Sage-of-Winds Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
For the copies, it really depends on how many cons you wanna sell at/the popularity of the image! If you're only doing one con, 5-10 prints per image would be good. Usually whenever I re-order a print I'll order 10-30 at a time depending on its popularity and how big my next few conventions will be (I sell at them full time, mind you). However, don't beat yourself up if you have some left over. Prints don't spoil, so they'll sell eventually! Opening up an Etsy shop will help get rid of any extra stock. List them one at a time so you're not paying for a lot of the listing fees up front for prints that "might" not sell. I pay $0.20 each per listing.
I print all of my larges at 11"x17", which is considered tabloid size. They offer frames in this size at wal-mart, hobby lobby, and I think target?
I sell my prints for $15 each, and the paper type is light card stock gloss.
I hope this helps!
HeartandVoice Featured By Owner May 23, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Just checking out the other artists that are attending Nagu Con and WOW your stuff looks amazing! I'm definitely stopping buy your table to buy a print.
Sage-of-Winds Featured By Owner May 24, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Awe, thanks! See you at Nagu!
HeartandVoice Featured By Owner May 24, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
No problem! ^^
See you then!
Genisay Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just stopped by your booth a bit ago at NewCon.  The gal with the blue tips and the AI of Seattle hoodie. ^.^
Sage-of-Winds Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Hiya!! Thanks for stopping by :hug: !
Johndennis4209 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I like your profile picture that's a funny gif to watch :)
SarahMyriaCarter Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2015  Professional Writer
cool art
RavenKhan Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2015
Thanks so much for both the Last Unicorn and Sailor Moon prints at Banzai this year. You were really nice to talk to.
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