Friday, May 06, 2011

Even Robots Need Love :)

Here is my latest painting :) It's Robbie the Robot and a gal pal with gratuitous Asimov cameo :)

This fabulous 14 x 18 acrylic painting is for sale if anyone is interested, it is $125 plus shipping. Send me an email at if you are interested in buying it. Or if you’d like to commission a pin-up or character painting subject of your choice for the same price send me an email too!


Cap'n Ergo "XL+II" Jinglebollocks said...


Arkonbey said...

Nicely done! Your acrylic technique is improving. I especially enjoy the Sears portrait background.

I wonder if Robbie knows what "Eep Opp Ork Ah-Ah" means...

Brian O'Blivion said...


My hosted Uranium CAfe was fianlly destroyed by hackers.

I hope you can follow me and my new URL and maybe update and links here. I will be adding you, of course, to my new blogroll.

Bill :)

new address;

Brian O'Blivion said...

btw: $125 fro these partings is a steal! I thin you are selling yourself short.

Arkonbey said...

I agree with BO'B about the price of the paintings.

Becca said...

Thank you!

Thanks! I was going for that Sears look :) And Robbie may not know what it means, he only knows he gets a weird tingling feeling in his hydro-spanner whenever there is a pretty girl around ;)

Poor you! You have the worst problems with hackers! I'll change the link as soon as I get a chance :)

Arkonbey & Bill-
I'm sure you are right. When I break it down by hours worked and materials I'm not even making minimum wage. But people are sooo poor right now and I'm having a tough time selling art even at the low prices I generally offer. I was hoping maybe the low price would pull some buyers in...alas no luck :(

Sweet Enemy said...

Most of the time that I show work, it's usually the $35 to $75 range that sells the quickest.
Of course, these are often pieces that I should ask a bit more money for, but I roughly price by size.
But then, once you have fans, you might have someone fork over $500 all of a sudden, if they absolutely fall in love with it!

(and don't forget that people love a story... give a bit of background as to why you just had to paint this awesome piece, etc.)

I think this image has great marketing potential. Don't give up!

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