Should I Start Offering Portrait Prints?

What if you could have an image that has all the detail as the original, wont fade away, and can be used for home/office decoration, presents for loved ones, or to celebrate art without breaking your budget?

That’s right, I am considering selling prints of some of my work! The question is: What do you think?

This means I could also allow customers to order special prints of their portrait commissions. Just imagine, you can have the original for your wall and an extra special print for your desktop, wallet, or to give as a present!

SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS!

Possible prints include:

"Portrait of Hepburn as Bride", 9 x 12", Graphite Pencil on Watercolor Paper

“Portrait of Hepburn as Bride”, 9 x 12″, Graphite Pencil on Watercolor Paper

"Well Seasoned", 5" x 7", Graphite Pencil on Watercolor Paper

“Well Seasoned”, 5″ x 7″, Graphite Pencil on Watercolor Paper

"The Cat Component" 6" x 6", Graphite and Colored Pencil on Watercolor Paper

“The Cat Component” 6″ x 6″, Graphite and Colored Pencil on Watercolor Paper

Demille the Pug, 6" x 6", Colored Pencil and Graphite on Watercolor Paper

Demille the Pug, 6″ x 6″, Colored Pencil and Graphite on Watercolor Paper

Portrait of Dog Resting

“Resting,” 8″ x 10″, Colored and Graphite Pencil on Paper

Sketch from "The Canyon"

Sketch from “The Canyon”

Sketch of "La Frileuse"

Sketch of “La Frileuse”

Sketch of Caravaggio's "Sleeping Cupid"

Sketch of Caravaggio’s “Sleeping Cupid”

Drawing of Cat Laying - Tiger

“Tiger,” 5″ x 7″, Graphite Pencil on Paper

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