Not if the price is right. Cha-ching.
When I was younger, it did. But now, to me it's a part of the process of a relationship with your art, another individual and the process.
No, it's actually paying me when I let it go.
Oh, yes. I'm pulled away from figures, one of a kind pieces, but I hate to see them go. Digital arts never leaves you.
Oh yes! Even though if I had kept the work, it most likely would have enjoyed a long hard life in the back of my closet, it is still hard to let it go, and know I will most likely never see it again. Although it is easier now that I scan everything, and have the capability of making giclee prints at home. But it's just not the same.
I like to eat, so that would be a no. besides where would i keep it all
I don't sell originals.
Not any more. I'm just so grateful that there are people out there that 'get' what I do and like it enough to part with with their hard-earned money. I can always make more.
No, it doesn't pain me to let a piece go. As an artist, I think we must get past what we have done and work towards what we have yet to accomplish.
I usually donít have any trouble letting go of artwork.
Well, I feel as thought they are my children. They'll grow up one day I'll have to let them go. But knowing that it came from me, I am satisfied. My art is created for the purpose of speading it's message anyway. What use is it if you keep it to yourself ?
Never! Someone loved it as much as I did! I impacted someones life, some way or another.
Not really. Maybe before I do it I may think it will will, but when it's done I usually forget about it really fast. As long as I can keep producing, I am fine with it.