Listing the original painting on etsy definitely works for me! Etsy handles shipping so nicely, it is my favorite.
I just want to make sure you know what you’re getting. Here is a scan of the painting. Here it has been taken off the stretching board.
Measuring it now that it’s off the stretching board, the actual image area is 5.25x5.25 and overall dimension is 5.75x5.75. It’s kind of interesting how the paper shrinks once it’s been made to be wet, I cut the paper at 6x6. Anyway, the stretching process I use keeps the paper very nice and flat, but the trade off is it has staple marks around the edges.
140lb cold press paper
Daniel Smith watercolors
Sorry I’m making this over complex I guess. 8( I just want to make sure you get a nice thing. If this stuff sounds agreeable I can hurry and get it listed on etsy for you. ><
Yes, I would sell Vulpix! c: The original painting is 6x6, I could sell it for 30$ and then shipping would be another 5$ to US places.
I also was planning to make a print that featured nine starter pokemon, vulpix being one, in case you’d rather have a print. I was planning on checkering them, like I did with these eevees. A print would be 12x12 inches (each square being 4x4) and would be 15$ + 5 for shipping to US places.
Thanks for enjoying my work!
Currently living a real time example of being kind once and offering cheaper hired work. Now all this person wants are cheap commissions, they’re even complaining about my current (friend-reduced) prices.
Meanwhile, other people are offering double the amount to commission me, I just barely have time.
LIFE LESSON LEARNED.
If ever I take commissions again, they’re going to be at the true price. Bitching about it will get commissioners exactly nowhere.