Artist Alley Making Stickers Tutorial
Hey all you guys and gals! Looking into getting a table at a convention's artist alley, but not sure what to have for sale? It can be quite daunting for beginners to know exactly what to have at their convention table. Prints and buttons are a good staple product to have, but I think a fun and awesome introductory item to offer are stickers! XD
!WARNING! This post may be super uber long, so you may want to favorite it for reference / future reading. ;)
Now, let's get started! :D
DESIGNING YOUR STICKERS:
The first thing to decided is how you would
I've got mixed feelings about "exposure." By exposure, I mean how you, fellow artists, get your work out into the world so people can enjoy it and possibly even remunerate you for it.
Ways and means are:
1. Art Galleries
2. Public Venues
3. Charity Auctions
4. Festivals and Events
5. Online Websites and Communities
I'm going to talk about the first three here and what has or hasn't worked for me.
1. Art Galleries
This is the big one. Everyone wants to have *Gallery Representation* < /Awed Voice > because isn't that how art is sold? Traditionally, yes; the channel, for centuries, has been artists-->galleries-->collectors.
So how do y
Artist Alley 101: Displaying Your Work/DOs n DONTs
Hello everyone! Welcome to Part 3 of my Artist Alley 101 guide!
This is meant to be a good start for those who have never been a part of an artist alley before, as well as a nice refresher to those of you who are veterans of alleys everywhere! I will try to be as detailed as possible while making the information easy to reference and read through!
Hope you enjoy, and feedback is definitely appreciated! Let me know your thoughts, reactions, some of your own alley stories, as well as if you have any suggestions to add to this tutorial! I definitely haven't thought of everything, so if you have new ideas to share, I'd love to hear them!