Selling my Artwork Online: Day 97


I name thee Dragnix! I think it’ll take one more day to complete. The most difficult parts are behind me, I believe. Looking over the remaining spots to fill in, they’re mostly all larger circles than those insanely tiny ones in the center that I worked on today. My wrist is killing me! At least it’s looking pretty good.

I’m anxious to get my new laptop charging cable in the mail! There are a lot of things I want to look into but it’s a bit of an inconvenience if I where to do it on my tablet. Either that or I’m procrastinating a bit. I’m not entirely sure. I want to look into some suggested websites where I can sell prints of my work. I’ve been set up on Deviantart for a few years now, but I always feel so outclassed by the art displayed on the front page. So I don’t pay much attention to what goes on on that site.

Another thing I want to set up is a Facebook page for my artwork. Anyone think that would be a good idea? Is it annoying when people separate their personal Facebook page and their professional page? It’s just something I’ve been thinking might possibly be a good idea. Not sure.


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  • Someone knocked over a possessed gumball machine. 😉

    • Rob Chapman

      Lol indeed 🙂 thanks for commenting.

  • Maryann Levesque

    it looks great so far bob. i think its a great idea to have a page of your art on fb. but then i am a little prejudiced. lol

    • Rob Chapman

      Thanks. I’m just not sure if people want to even bother liking the page in order to get my updates. Thanks for writing here 🙂

  • Brad Thornhill

    Go for it Robert! 🙂 I like what you did there, combined a dragon with a pheonix, truly epic to the max!! anyways yeah a separate FB page for your art is a perfect idea, gotta start somewhere 🙂

    • It went pretty well! That second FB page was a great idea 🙂