MayaKuroyuki wrote:This year is actually my first time to ever go to a con and also my first time to sell at the AA. I wasn't able to go on the first day (Friday) so I was very surprised when I friend told me that my plushies sold out on the first day! (though it might have helped that my prices were fairly cheap). As for the prints, all I did was OC art and out of 20 prints I only have 4 left over, so I guess that's pretty good. I didn't do any commissions since I didn't want to do rush work.
I also had some stuff at the art auction, the Hatsune Miku that went to the live auction got sold and the Blind Mag didn't sell at the silent auction so when I got it back, I dropped the price a bit and it was sold at our table.
I'm definitely going back and have more stuff(and variety) next year
domo-taicho wrote:Since there is a production limit (100 is believe o.O) how many copies/replicas of a certain item do you make?
domo-taicho wrote:Is there a designated set up time/clearing up time before and after con?
domo-taicho wrote:Do you physically have to be there (you the artist) for the whole time? (Can we have someone we trust like a parent of friend take care of our table for about an hour? (If you need to be in/want to see a panel)
domo-taicho wrote:If we run out of a print item, can we make more and bring it the next day?
domo-taicho wrote:Fan art is okay, right? If we do keychains/bookmarks/pins that are way different from the original artist's style, can we sell them? (I was thinking chibi)