Artist Trading Cards!

VelvetDragon VelvetDragon
The only thing I worry about is giving my address out. I've done swaps before, but someone trusted in the community kept the addresses and only gave out to those exchanging. How would an EF one be arranged?
04/30/2012
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
They are cute but I would not participate.
04/30/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
We already did it - very successful. Alice has been very discreet and gracious with her hosting.
04/30/2012
TransMarc TransMarc
Wow. I definitely want to do that and see more of these cards!
05/03/2012
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
thanks much chilipepper, twas my pleasure.

@transmarc, there are tentative plans to do this in the future!
05/06/2012
CadmiumKitty CadmiumKitty
these are awesome!
05/07/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
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Originally posted by aliceinthehole
thanks much chilipepper, twas my pleasure.

@transmarc, there are tentative plans to do this in the future!
=) I could see participating in a future one myself actually...I'll have to keep an eye on this forum I think.
07/04/2012
Mirachaya Mirachaya
I've seen it done at various types of conventions.
07/11/2012
kinksters kinksters
hm neat
07/11/2012
Stinkytofu10 Stinkytofu10
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Originally posted by aliceinthehole
hey everyone, i've just gotten into artist trading cards (ATC) recently and wanted to share.


if you're unfamiliar, the basics is you make a card the size of a playing card (or USE a playing card) into a little piece of art using ... More
I've heard of it, but I am not an artist myself.
07/11/2012
glasskitten glasskitten
Very, very cool. Definitely interested in doing this sometime.
09/01/2012
purpleflower1972 purpleflower1972
That is very cute
05/16/2013
butts butts
They're fun when I have free time, but I haven't done any in years. I'm horrible at art trades, I never get around to them.

For people who are interested, I highly recommend finding websites that cater to specific types of art, places like Yahoo (and other non-art specific websites) tend to attract... not so great or reliable 'artists'. If you like anime art, find a group for that. Or animal art. Or collages. Or watercolors. Or cut-paper art. Or furry art. Or silverpoint. Or sifi art. Or monster art. Or surrealism. Whatever you like, you'll have WAY better luck finding someone that you really WANT to trade with if you find a style-specific site, and many artists who don't openly post ACEOs in their galleries may still be open to trade with you if you ask (and have examples of your work to show).
05/17/2013
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