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Friday, April 14, 2006

Some new stuff


Blogger Checkmark said...

Look at that trio. Three pieces of awesome art. They're still sweet, I'm gald to see some new stuffs.

Blogger Mark Raats said...

very nice work as usual. I especially like the second with the king so dramatically placed in the composition. Clean line and solid use of color.

I have been away in your beautiful country for the past weeks and as usual it was fantastic - aside from rain, rain and more rain in LA and San Fran.

I will post something again soon

Blogger Grant Gould said...

Thanks, guys :D

Blogger Amos Sidelnik said...

Hei Mr. Gould
I had like to know how much a copy of computer rendered work costs?
How much would one of your pieces or those of the other artists cost?
I have a friend and I want to buy a copy? consider it is 30*70cms, he is an amateur, and the paper and ink

thanks a lot

Blogger Grant Gould said...

Hi, Amos -- I actually don't have any copies or prints for sale right now. If there's a particular image you'd like a print of, you can send me an email (grantgould at and I can try to help ya out.

Honestly, I'm not sure what the going rates for prints are -- Most of my computer-colored stuff is for online viewing and I don't really get it printed. Sometimes I'll print them off on a regular color copier on 80lb. cardstock.. Wish I could be more help to you. :)

Blogger Amos Sidelnik said...

what I mean is, when you sell your art in comic con or celebration#, how much would a simple print cost
how much do you pay to print,
how much would I have to pay
for ex. this aragorn and orc piece
or eowyn and witchking

I want to know so I can compare that price with that of my fiend's piece
hopefully you understand me
thanks again

Blogger Grant Gould said...

Aah, okay, I think I get what you mean. Generally if I sell prints at a convention, I'll just get them printed on a regular color printer (80lb cardstock, like I said) and I'll usually charge between $1 and $5, depending on how many I get printed and which show I'm at.

If I were to get them printed on high-quality glossy paper or something, I'd be charging more, but as it is I'm just using regular matte cardstock, so they're cheaper.

Hope that helps more. heh :)


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