tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3598952134662786645.post5835530356863106424..comments2016-11-01T07:55:43.648-07:00Comments on Clinton T. Hobart's "Painting Actually": A Simple Formula For Pricing Artwork?Clinton Hobarthttps://plus.google.com/111752237301819731798noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3598952134662786645.post-32168836396380483892014-08-02T11:25:42.579-07:002014-08-02T11:25:42.579-07:00Hi Judy,
If I did the math right, and it is certa...Hi Judy, <br />If I did the math right, and it is certainly questionable that I did. The linear inch method came up a thousand dollars less than the square inch method which meant that it also would need to be adjusted in steps However, I found the math to be a little less complicated. Thanks for sharing!Clinton Hobarthttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00344113204041091501noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3598952134662786645.post-25818588342402333792014-08-01T15:41:38.985-07:002014-08-01T15:41:38.985-07:00Interesting info about a major detail in the Art B...Interesting info about a major detail in the Art Biz, thanks for spending the time writing it! I've also heard about pricing by the linear inch ( the sum of the entire painting border). I've found that effective, in that you can hit a similar price as you would by square inch, but then the increased sizes don't jump so badly, all the sticker shock!Judy P.http://www.blogger.com/profile/09176284042670900772noreply@blogger.com