oh, well not if u had finatial stock back-up and a machine to copy what u drew but thats all very exspensive but if u do have money to get one of those or more than u could multiply ur profit x10 or even x100!, yeah i know alot about business!
Um. I don't think I could defend that as a piece of art. Also I'm sure the Kid Robot company owns the molds for Munny. And I don't have thousands of dollars to invest in tampo printing. But uh. yeah...
Heh, doubt it! The hardest part about trying to think of a good picture to draw is that it must be unique and original -- no copycats of other peoples' work! I want to draw Nurse-Joker very badly since I haven't drawn him since that cartoony pic, and I keep seeing so many amazing pieces of artwork that make me want to draw him in that "version" more! But, I can't copy other peoples' art . . . it has to be unique to me, even if it's taken from an idea that is suggested to me. I hate wanting to draw but getting nothing . . .
You've seen the artwork in my Faves, right? That kind of uber-amazing stuff is what really inspires me, but it's such a shame that 90% of the artwork it is done digitally. I want to be on that level of awesomeness, but with colored pencils.