I have a print shop now at RedBubble.

You can buy a print of Tea Time here. I ordered a postcard print for myself to test the quality and it seems to have turned out well. They cut a little off the edges (though that’s bound to happen with any kind of print, especially print on demand), but the colors look good and the paper seems sturdy. I haven’t tested out any other types of prints there, but if you do order anything and you aren’t happy, they have a return policy here. Also, if you get something that’s bad quality, please let me know (through my contact page or any other site you follow me on). If I get too many complaints about bad quality prints I’ll find somewhere else to get them done. For now, it looks like it’s gonna work out.

I’m gonna try to create more stand-alone illustrations to put in the shop, too. I don’t really want a bunch of old work in there, mainly, and comic pages don’t really work as prints (well, depending on the page I suppose).

Lastly, if you’d like to commission me to draw anything for you, feel free to contact me.

Ruby Red is still going strong, and we’re about to enter the third issue which has a lot of action. No time like the present to get caught up!



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Posted by pjeanniejean | 29 July, 2013 at 21:12 | Illustration, Links, Prints | 1 comment

One response to “17: seventeen”

  1. […] ordered a small postcard print from redbubble to check their quality. While I can’t say anything about their larger prints and other products (such as phone […]

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