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I've never set up at a comic show, let alone a Wizard one, but I'm seriously considering this one.

I've attended the show a few years ago and it was pretty crazy. The tables are $300 which isn't a huge deal considering I won't have the overhead of needing a hotel room or extreme travel.

Can anyone help sway me one way or another? What can I expect? Based on my portfolio here I obviously don't do a lot of comic art, but would someone with my style of work do ok? I'm always afraid to do prints due to copyright issues, but I've heard many people say if you don't overdo it it's no big deal. Just don't want to piss off the big boys, ya know?
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LauraInglis Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2012
There are people who go to the shows to commission original art of their favorite characters and others that just want to buy prints. So if you decide to set up, make sure you have an assortment of prints available to sell and make up a sign that says commissions available. Definitely bring your sketch cards with you but keep in mind that most people are looking for artwork that's 8x10 or larger.
In the end, you never know until you try.
PhunPhishTiger Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I think you should definitely go for it! That is, if you want... If you haven't done it before, it could end up being a really great experience! I'm sure you'd be popular too.
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