I promise I am not posting my link again in an effort to attract you attention to the stuff I am selling. So far the experience has been a revelation. It far easier than I thought for one. Its also amazing to me that people are willing to pay money, in some cases a significant amount of money for figures I have painted. Some of my Revolutionary War stuff was painted in the 1990s when I was in College and was just learning to paint. The fact that some people will spend $5.00, $10.00 or even $15.00 per V&B stand is amazing to me.
I made some missteps like combining three stands of Massachusetts infantry and starting the bidding at $.99 per eBay's suggestion... the bids have gotten better but I will still take a bit of a bath on that one.
Over all its been a good experiment and I may start painting items specifically for eBay, who knows I might be able to make this hobby self sustaining in the new year.
Best wishes to all for a happy holiday season, Merry Christmas and Happy new year. What ever holiday(s) you celebrate may they be joyful.
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