This is the type of business like advice that makes it less likely that
artists/illustrators are treated like charity providers, as in previous
discussions on general public attitudes.
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> [mailto:[log in to unmask]]On Behalf Of Britt Griswold
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> Subject: Re: image price
> >Hi Britt:
> >eeeek, that is rather daunting...thanks for your help, I
> guess my usual $150
> >doesn't apply...
> >Another question -since this a call for entries, should I
> send a small,
> >digital watermarked image as my entry? (Would that be the
> professional way
> >to do it?) It's obvious I have not had too much experience
> with this, so
> >thanks for any help beforehand.
> >I would think it is a quick glance at an image during the
> show and that
> >would be it.
> >Thanks again,
> a call for entries. Well that implies a contest. What are the
> contest rules. Does it say anything about payment?
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