I am going to raffle off literally hundreds of sketches of varying types (dragons, griffins, etc.).
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All the sketches at once. I want to win a hundred even if I have less of a chance!
in smaller lots. I would get less if I won, but there's more of a chance of getting something. (if you like, specify what you think would be best in terms of lot size)
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tfsolardive's avatar
tfsolardive Photographer
I think groups of five sketches would be cool. That way you feel like you get something when you win but you break it up too.
Sharpfang's avatar
Make it varied. About half of the pool should be single pics. 1/4 of winners should get two-three pic sets, the rest - a couple of bigger collections connected by theme (5-10) and one first prize with some 10 sketches plus a full color pic.

Try not to split sets. One-shots can (should) go single or in pairs, but series should be kept together and go to one winner each.
RolandBoyce's avatar
RolandBoyceHobbyist General Artist
I would say 5to 8 sketches at a time .
Daktari92's avatar
Daktari92Student General Artist
Hmm, as almost everyone, I'd prefer smaller lots. 20-25. I hope all this will pay off, when you post the journal I'll spread the word! Good luck with everything and I think I'm going to join in on the raffle :)
JiyuKodai's avatar
JiyuKodaiHobbyist General Artist
I would say, count your sketches then divide it by how many lots you wanna go for.
capricornartist90's avatar
i really don't know i guess 25 to 45 maybe
epicheather's avatar
epicheatherProfessional Filmographer
I would send them off in packages of 10-20.

Or you could do it like, smaller raffles are in bunches of 5.
There's a chance for slightly larger packages of, say, 10.
Then there's a grand prize of 20.
Y'know. Like that. Small prizes and large prizes. You could do it like that.
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ShadowCrawlerHobbyist Artisan Crafter
5 at a time seems reasonable, and it would probably yield more people to try at a chance (and you'd make more money).
dragonbucaro's avatar
depend or time to upload
Uskuri's avatar
Depends how many "hundreds" actually is. I was thinking 5 when I saw the question, but people's suggestion of 10-15 do not sound unreasonable.
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shandrelshessiarHobbyist General Artist
Oh, i am very interested....
nfoke's avatar
10 at a time would be ok...
invisibledecoy's avatar
oooh.... a raffle... that's awesome hibbary :D i'd absolutely die for one of your sketches XD
BreakdancingBob's avatar
Right around 10 sounds good.
Sarthou's avatar
SarthouStudent Photographer
Depends on how many you have and what they are. could do groups of ten for smaller sketches then groups of five for larger sketches. Just an idea.
Degorram's avatar
DegorramStudent Writer
This is so cool! I'd love to have some of your art. I also have no idea how this works, but I'll definitely be paying attention.

I'd say 10-15 pieces is good. More chance for everyone to get something rather than five people getting everything.
Magicduck's avatar
MagicduckHobbyist Traditional Artist
I wouldn't go higher than 20 sketches per bundle. That is a treasure trove right there!
WendyLynn's avatar
WendyLynnHobbyist Traditional Artist
I'd say like 10 pics per lot.
deadpony's avatar
3-5 drawings per lot, depending on size, in my opinion.
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WolfDragon360Student General Artist
so how does this work? :confused:
insanenlovinit's avatar
insanenlovinitHobbyist General Artist
I think 5 or 6 sounds good. :D
Pharaohs-Toy-Light's avatar
As :iconmattroper: said, perhaps 1-5...Sounds fair enough, ya?
fractalxavier91's avatar
If 10-15 would mean many lots, 20-30 might be a better lot size.
Loki-rei's avatar
I'd say in batches of 5-10-20.
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