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I haven't submitted a print of any of my 2009 works. Should I? (see 1st comment) 

82%
331 deviants said Yes!
18%
71 deviants said No!

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JN-Future-Author Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2009
oh, that is a delehma...shoot, I dont know what to say...

I do know that I want to see more of your fantastic art. but at the same time, if that means you will get art stolen, i dont think you should

I think you should put up some art whenever you need a pick-me-up. because you know everyone here will most certainly rant and rave about how amazingly awesome your art is! ^.^

what I DO know, is this: You are an absolute prodigy! What you make is always so fantastic, so full of feeling and emotions! I often go back and look at your art from time to time because its so beautiful! I love looking at it, wondering about what made you think of this, or what the character is thinking. what is the world they are in, what are they doing.

You art is Alive

You are extremely rare. You are so amazing at what you do. one of a kind
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celestialsunberry Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
DO ET.
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Goldenthrush Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
Haha, I haven't sold any or even had them wish listed. I just figure, why not?? Someone might want it! :D
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Lausanne Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009
I personally always submit prints because you never know! I think everyone understands the reason for a watermark, even though it sometimes effects viewing. I've not sold a print either but I always have hope,lol. :)
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Linnzy Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes, even if people might not buy 'em right away, they can add it to their wishlist, so they might buy it or getting it as a present from someone else hat has seen their wishlist.
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FrozenStarRo Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
I guess it has to do with the recession, but I've only sold a single print this year. Haven't had any requests either so I'm unsure. Basically because replacing the file with the high res one would mean no watermark and I'd have to put the huge dA watermark instead :\
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chulii Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
do you know that you can upload two different files? one watermarked version for your gallery and another one without your watermark (but with the dA watermark on, if wished) for the print version!
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