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Tony (ASM)

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on: January 08, 2013, 10:33:13 AM
I came across this on the internet via Twitter. It's a list of 125 places to sell art online. I haven't read it all yet but, I thought it may be of interest to PB (Paint Basket) members. Here's the link. Let me know if you find it useful:

I've also just spotted this one too. 'How To Sell Your Art On Youtube'. Again, I haven't read it yet but, here's the link:

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Reply #1 on: January 08, 2013, 12:33:11 PM
 :thankyou:   tony for posting this,  have had a quick look, very interesting have bookmarked it so i can read through it all later  O0


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Reply #2 on: January 08, 2013, 01:14:03 PM
 :thankyou:   Tony.  I haven't considered selling anything.  I'm not prolific as you can see on here.  So far, I've just enjoyed giving my own creations away.

I bookmarked this just the same just in case this old body comes across some new tires in re-tire-ment.   :)
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Reply #3 on: January 08, 2013, 06:44:12 PM
What really caught my eye right away was how she makes her own linen panels. I looked online..found i can buy the boards at Home Depot, the linen in town. (i hope linen IS linen)?
The one thing i'm not sure of is glue. Since i'd be gessoing the linen with a few coats, could i get away with using some super strong glue that is NOT archival?
Thanks Tony for that post.
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