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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What's with the new online store?
    I haven't been completely happy with my seller experience on Etsy recently, so while I'm keeping that store open, this store will become my main "flagship" store. As such, it will contain products for sale that I don't have listed on Etsy. This is a brand new shop I worked hard to set up for the 2021 holiday sale period, so there might be some site bugs that need to be weeded out - if you see any or have any questions, feel free to contact me here or on social media!
  • Do you still have...
    As of the time of this writing, I have been a full time artist, concurrently doing artist alleys at conventions, for over 8 years now. In that time, prints have come and gone, and my skills as an artist have improved, as have my product offerings. In order to maintain a certain level of quality in my showcase, I eventually retire prints that don't sell as well as they used to. Ocassionally they pop back up from time to time for limited quantity reruns. You can still contact me if you have any questions about a specific piece you like. Sometimes I restock if I get enough demand.
  • How long does it take you to ship out my order?
    Generally, shipments will be sent out every Tuesday. If it's a holiday, I ship the day after. Due to a busy schedule creating art and traveling to events across the US to sell my art, I can't ship out every day, though Tuesdays are almost always the one day I'm home in between convention trips. If I'll be away on an upcoming Tuesday, I'll be sure to set up a shop announcement on the home page in advance, so please check there for the most up to date information. Please keep in mind that some shipments are delayed due to COVID-19 and the slowed mail system in the US.
  • What are metal prints?
    Using a process called dye-sublimation, my artwork is printed onto brushed aluminum which retains its reflective qualities even with the printed art, producing a beautifully unique look with vivid colors. A very thin film covers the printed surface to protect it from very minor scratches without diminishing the vibrancy of the metal. However, this product can still be scratched, and the metal can be bent with enough applied pressure, so please exercise caution. It can be hung directly on a wall using adhesives such as heavy duty Command strips, framed, or displayed on a table-top using a small easel or slitted wooden display block.
  • How do I care for my metal print?
    Please clean gently using a micro fiber cloth. You may lightly dampen the cloth with water if needed, but don't use an excessive amount of water and no chemicals such as cleaning spray which could ruin the product.
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