That's really really nice! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 you doing it so good keep it up! If u were to be staying in India I don't think i would make some money 😅 But it would have been appreciated by many! These are so beautiful 💞
Yeah, it would sell. The first, last and the Elephant one (if paint was used) would move. Do you live in an area with an art walk night? That's the best place too move stuff like this.
A little bit of advice, art like this is an impulse buy for most. Try making it relevant to what's current. For example, i just paid $80 for Darth Vader's head drawn in car pinstripes. It's like 2x3 ft not very big. I love it. Everyone that comes to my place ask where to get one.
I can see them going for as much as $40-ish. People like the idea of owning a one of kind, even if it's not exactly a Rembrandt.
You're pretty good for fifteen. I like the top one a lot. Although to be honest I don't think you'll get anything close to that price for them. Selling artwork isn't as easy as it sounds. The best and most reliable source of money would be to get a job. As for your artwork though, keep practicing and keep up a portfolio. Join artwork forums online so u can see what other artists are doing and what they're selling for. The way you start selling artwork is to let them go for whatever people will take them for. At first. Then as you establish a name and get better, u can gauge what you can sell them for after a couple years.
the point with "art" is that you can´t sell stuff by being "good" a "good" artist nowadays is able to perform near photorealism and the best ones do perform at that. being an artist is more about networking and ideas than the actual manual craft nowadays. so in conclusion: you probably woun´t, unless you can put a clever spin on it, that gets people interested.
A few of them might be, but I don't know for how much. Probably not as much as you are hoping for, or as soon as you are hoping to sell it. I remember an artist coming to our school one day and talking about having to learn to draw certain things that would be more likely to sale than others.
He also said it was hard making a living at it, and there is truth to the stereotype of the starving artist. Apparently though his paintings sold for a lot, so they would suddenly have a lot of cash all at once if they did sale one. I don't know what quality of work he was selling.
You might also do some jobs for a local company making T-shirt designs or anything else you can think of to apply your talent to, for extra work. You might even advertise online to paint pictures from family photos or something. I don't know how long it takes to do such a work of art, but you might be able to undercut the competition in price if you need to.
Art isn't about creativity and expression as much as people like to think it is. Just like any other job, you want to make money at, it has to be thought of as a business. I don't think you would make enough to completely support your mom at this point, but it might be enough to help make a difference if you can find the right market, and cater to that. You might want to create some sort of business plan.
What are you going to draw? What art subjects are popular? How fast are you at each art style such as charcoal versus other forms of art? How much does each sell for in your area? How can you sell them online? Is there a store you can place your paintings in to sell them in exchange for part of the profit? From these and many more questions you come up with a plan to maximize your profit the best you can. A quick google search might even tell you the answers to many of these questions.
You know what the thing is... not everyone appreciates art or gives it the value that it deserves... The time, effort and dedication that it takes to create a beautiful masterpiece plus the brainpower and creativity that it takes to come up with really awesome paintings/drawring, etc..
You can try to sell it but dont expect much from it.. Create your own online gallery and try to sell it online. Also, advertise to places where art is highly appreciated and hopefully you live in a city that is full of artists.
Get in the community and try to sell there, find art communities and artists, etc.. maybe that helps things and network! Perhaps then other artists can give you help/tips and tricks on how tehy sell their art and hopefully make a living out of it.
I had a roommate who was a painter, can barely make a living out of it.. but it's his passion, so what's a person to do? Just don't forget why you started painting/drawing and don't let the financial aspect take the toll of you.. Use it more as a hobby and something you can sell rather than a main source of income!
i love the first, 2nd last and last. if u stick with that style and add more technique to them, u could develop that as your style and try to sell works of that sort. you could definitely make it with added dimension, colour and complexity to ur work. very nice =]
I'm going to be real honest with you here. I don't think so. You might be able to sell art if it was super original, but most of them aren't. Maybe the first two are something, but nearly not enough to actually sell it. You can always try to sell it, but don't become disappointed if it's not the amount of money you expected. Do it as a hobby because you do have potential.