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Old 04-20-2017, 04:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Convention Sketch pricelist

Best (most complete) sketch price list ive ever seen if you're budgeting for Art at a ComicCon:

http://bit.ly/ArtCost
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Old 04-20-2017, 04:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would love a more organized version of this, and this looks a little out of date.
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Old 04-20-2017, 05:42 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yea, quite a bit out of date $50 head sketches by JSC....not any time in the last couple years
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Still's the best I've seen of knowing whose highend & who's a bargain
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This is from the facebook group I belong to. I don't use facebook at all and never even had an account before I found this group, but it is pretty helpful group as there are post all the times with prices from shows that are current.
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Sadly it does look like the vast majority of the information is from 2013 and 2014. Considering that was on the slope of the comic con pop culture explosion, I bet almost everything is out of date. The few I knew were outdated for sure.
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Old 04-21-2017, 01:43 PM   #7 (permalink)
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It's weird to think that in 3 years commission prices have 'exploded' making this list OOD. If comics cool down, will commission prices become cheaper, or have those days gone?
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Even though this list is nearly useless. Why don't we take this upon ourselves to make a thread where someone can update a master list and keep it current.

I have no problems providing info to help
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The prices indeed are out of date, but from an archival database standpoint, it's entertaining and interesting to review.

The prices tend to go up with the laws of supply and demand, with artists often charging what they want at different shows, bigger shows tend to be bigger dollars.

The sketch cover and whole CGC signature series adds premiums to pricing at times too. I think once an artist feels a "fan" is doing something that might monetize the effort (CGG grading tends to equate to flipping), they figure to get in on the revenue and charge a bit more.
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The prices indeed are out of date, but from an archival database standpoint, it's entertaining and interesting to review.

The prices tend to go up with the laws of supply and demand, with artists often charging what they want at different shows, bigger shows tend to be bigger dollars.

The sketch cover and whole CGC signature series adds premiums to pricing at times too. I think once an artist feels a "fan" is doing something that might monetize the effort (CGG grading tends to equate to flipping), they figure to get in on the revenue and charge a bit more.
This certainly is the perception. I'm curious to what extend it truly is reality.
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This certainly is the perception. I'm curious to what extend it truly is reality.
I think from the artist's POV, it seems like a "everyone's getting their piece of the pie" so why can't they enjoy a slice too?

Their perspective, mainly from autographs more so than sketch covers is... a person is willing to pay CGC an extra fee above and beyond a grading fee for the "signature series" and is willing to pay that extra fee to CGC, and they have no problems complaining about CGC's fee, so why would or should that same person complain about paying the artist a fee?

Regardless of if a person is a collector or reseller, the fees with CGC exists and are paid, so any fee an artist feels like charging, even if it's a premium (like how you see some creators like Michael Golden, Marv Wolfman, Neal Adams, Chris Claremont, etc.) their involvement in integral to the CGC signature series process, so why shouldn't they get compensated.

I tend to agree with the creator (artist/writer) side of charging, with the caveat being, if the person has the comic book inscribed with a dedication / personalization which tends to prove true fandom, and also not shove duplicates (unique multiples are okay in my book), then the signature should or could be free, or at least as J. Scott Campbell does "the 1st one" (after all, if you're a true fan, just getting to meet the person and getting one autograph should be satisfactory)
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