Posted by Bennie Sue (22.214.171.124) on October 09, 2000 at 07:43:41:
In Reply to: the art gallery posted by Susan on October 08, 2000 at 23:45:21:
and I'll bet others would also. I like to transfer the art work I have saved from CH.com onto a floppy since it does take up a lot of hard drive space. And I do not have a good enough printer to print them out yet. Someday I might.
You 2 wonderful artists as well as the others who have shown us their fantastic work here really do need to get on with the plan of publishing your work for others to see. A book might take forever. So why not make a Web site like I did for my daughter? It features many of the designs she created in school.
I published it through AddMe, which (probably because it was a somewhat unique category - industrial design) secured us the first listing under that search category on Alta Vista. We have received numerous emails from people out there wanting to buy my daughter's items for themselves and as presents for others. Of course, these were one of a kind projects turned in for a grade in a class and are not for sale.
But yours could be for sale. It seems people are always looking for something of this sort. Even if you sold your work on a floppy there would be people interested, I believe.
And what about all these companies that offer free art for people to download? You can copyright your work and advertise it this way also. Then if others use your work they have to give you credit for it and you build your reputation.
I see unlimited opportunities for you here. Take a look at my site to see how easy it is for an amateur to create something marketable:
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