I've put a few things on Etsy now, had them up for a month or so but still awaiting my first elusive sale! Anyone got any tips on how to get my first sale?? :LOL: They are getting views, just not getting the important sale.
I actually did buy a pack of matte epson paper so would be interested in your offer? Shall I pm you?
Do you know if companies like vistaprint or printify etc offer like a bundle deal? Perhaps like 10 prints for a discounted price?
Anyone know of any reputable companies I could get 5-10 prints of my art done? I think I am going to test waters and see if I can sell 5-10 before I proceed with printers and what not haha.
My printer won't take the card and the printer at my work is a laser! :ROFLMAO:
Yes that's exactly what I think. I always wondered why these companys don't try to make the profit themselves!
Also with the youtubers doing it. Makes you wonder if the Youtubers just put a few random new items in :ROFLMAO:
I wanted to use the archival paper because of it's finish. It's like a photo finish I think(?) and because my printer is Epson too, i thought it'd be fine but it's not :ROFLMAO:
I'm stuck for the time being now! so might have to try digital downloads and see if they do okay
I've got quite a few clothes to sell but not too sure what platform to use now? I've listed them on eBay at the moment but I keep getting told by others to try depop/vinted and/or list them all at the same time... does anyone know how to go about this?
I don't know haha, i've just always used word whenever I printed regular pictures as I found it easier to manipulate the photos into whatever size I wanted. I'm just unsure about printing prints of my drawings haha!
I've scanned one of my drawings and wanted to test out the epson paper, but I couldn't find where to change the paper type on word? Can anyone tell me the best software to print the scanned image from?
I've been working on my first drawing that i will try to sell prints of - it's a pencil portrait drawing but can anyone recommend what to do when it comes to copyrighting? Do I put my signature on it? Do I create a watermark on the print?
I'm probably going to try a digital print option first...