I recently decided to stop printing my work through short-run digital printers. Offset printing just looks better, is more consistent, and far more cost effective. I can then pass this significant savings on to my customers.
The downside with offset printing is, I have to print a lot of them. As such, I can’t make prints of every single piece I’ve ever done, or I wouldn’t be able to walk into my studio.
I hope to slowly expand the selection of prints available on my website’s shop, but am having a hard time deciding which ones to print (I will likely only choose 2 at this time). I’m hoping you guys will help me out, and please let me know which pieces you would most like to see offered.
I am debating between:
It would be a great help to me if you let me know which was your favorite by voting in the poll at the right. Thanks! (poll closed)
Known for his colorful paintings, most often depicting strong women, Dan's work spans a variety of genres including novels, comics and film. He has worked for clients such as Disney, Universal Studios, Saatchi & Saatchi, Scholastic Books, The Greenwich Workshop, Penguin Books, Random House, Tor books, UpperDeck, Wizards of the Coast, and DC Comics.Dan has been the recipient of many awards, including the 2007 Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist, the Chesley Award winner for Best Paperback Cover of 2007, and Gold and Silver Medals from Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art. His illustrations have graced the #1 spot on the New York Times Best Seller list numerous times.Aside from freelance illustration, Dan also enjoys teaching. He has lectured all over the country at various workshops, and is the founder of Muddy Colors. He currently resides in Greensboro, NC where he lives with his Wife and two sons.