*note, this is from when the group was in Beta and the opening comments are about limited participation
Questions from the group:
I know you mentioned that you have only mad a few thousand over the lat few years licensing your work, but I would, if you ever have some time to explain, know how you go about licensing your work to TJ MAxx, etc. That you would be awesome.
Could you show a picture of the metal plate and the holographic sticker on your artwork?
I watched your last video. Real Awesome, Thanks for all the info you are giving. On my website I'm showing all of the pictures I think are cool, but I know thaey are not all good for hanging on a wall. I want to give the people the opportunity to buy something they like. I'm also thinking to limit my pieces to 40 each.
Jason, you definitely have a wealth of knowledge and it's impressive how professional you are in your approach to selling art. One of the things I really like is the representation of your art in a home setting that you use for promotional and marketing material. (for example, on the back of your business cards or in your catalog. 1. Do you source the home images from a database and then photoshop your image into it? 2. If you do use a database do you haave a recommendation? 3. Have you ever done this with a client's home? They send you a picture of their living room and you "place" your image to give them a real-world perspective? Thank you for your time in sharing your experiences.