It’s already a doozy starting to sell your work online, but selling your work personally might be able to net you quicker results. If you want to sell your art, the first thing I suggest you do, dear artist, is to take a look at the style of artwork that you do, and see what places accommodate your style.
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Now, you’ve got your buttons sent out and you’re anxiously awaiting that package.
Wait, you don’t? Check out this post on how to design your buttons!
If you DO have your designs, then let’s work designing their packaging!
So, you’re an artist that wants to sell their work at conventions or fairs. Or, there’s a cause you’re down for and you want to sell buttons to raise money. Well, I got you covered. Sit back, relax, and I’ll give you the low-key-low-down on my button designing process. 😉
11 days until Retrogamecon. The countdown continues..
I wanted to show you some buttons that I ordered from Wacky Buttons.
They were extremely fast with their shipping and proofs. Once I accepted the proofs, it only took 2 days to deliver using their slowest shipping speed. I’ll definitely be ordering from them again.
I’ll be producing a series of artist alley preparation videos on how I plan my merchandise to sell. Here is the first video where I cover thumbnailing, sketching, and plans for packaging.
Until next time!