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Hey folks!

I'm preparing some images to be sold as prints and will be getting them printed tomorrow.  However, I'm curious to know what kinds of things you'd like to see me draw/paint with the intention of selling them as prints later.  What kinds of things do you buy?  It can be related to my webcomic htt://supergayadventures.com or not, I'm just looking for opinions and ideas.

Thanks!

~Drew
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skortbulbProfessional Digital Artist
Inspector Space-Time fan art!
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Twinimation Filmographer
You're drawings/paintings are full of design and are very dynamic and I believe are strong enough to support anything. Which doesn't really help much. I guess I'm just stating the obvious.

Although I believe drawings/paintings that are dynamic in colour, tone and story are most interesting and would advise your prints to have these things very clearly done.

Good luck and all the best!
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AF16Professional Digital Artist
I think stuff like that Megaman Tribute you did, not because it's from Megaman or any other game, but because of the style and the feeling of a movie poster.
paperfetish's avatar
While I agree with the above statements, I think it can be a little dicey to sell prints of copyrighted material. You've got enough of a defined style to draw "characters" and sell them.

My return question is do you have a defined market other than "anyone"? It might be worth thinking about different lines of work and going from there. You should consider your web comic or some of your other works, both properties you are/have worked on: Perrin McPowell/Wild Flowers, Charlie Dubai, Jackal and Chamodra, Yoki Safari, etc. I also think your other works could be of interest, Monsoon Voyage (which I think is fantastic and I can't believe I haven't favorited it yet...) and images like The Largest Nosering Ever could be of interest to people.

The only other thing that comes to mind is have you considered making an art book? I think you have enough of a well defined style and body of work that you could pull it off.

Just my two cents.
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jeffreymunozProfessional Filmographer
I know what you mean. I did that at school. lol from what I seen. People like Mario and Luigi, bleach, Naruto, One piece, Zelda, Sonic, Batman and Green lanterns, The Legend of avatar is about to come back popular. So I would hit the Legend of Korra up lmao and Zatanna.

I would like to see some gurren Lagann, Samurai Jack, God of War, Kingdom Hearts, King Kazma(from Summer wars it's a great movie) Digimon cause nobody is doing them anymore. Captain Marvel! lol Thats all I think of right now
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Kurisusu-chanHobbyist General Artist
I like stuff like... Mario Bros, Zelda... also, with your awesome style you should try to make maybeee (I would love it) draws of classical cartoons. How about the Pink Panther? The Inspector? Hanna Barbera? All is awesome =). For me, I bet you would do awesome draws with those (:
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tobi1480Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Usually, it's art from classic games, like Mario, Metroid, Legends of Zelda, or Sonic. Aside from that, it depends on colours, dynamic lines, or bizarre stuff.
Like a person unwinding into ribbons.
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