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post #11 of 14 Old 01-19-2012, 05:27 PM Thread Starter
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Okay! I'll post them in here tomorrow. :)
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post #12 of 14 Old 01-19-2012, 05:38 PM
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done and I'd also like the results! :P

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post #13 of 14 Old 01-21-2012, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you everyone for taking the survey! These are the results:

1. What kinds of equine art are you interested in?
Commissioned art: 22
Requested art: 16
Originals: 15
Stationery: 2
Note cards: 1

2. What mediums of equine art would you be most likely to buy?
Paint: 26
Black and white pencil: 18
Watercolor: 16
Colored pencil: 14
Digital art: 9
Pen: 4
Other responses included charcoal and sculpture

3. Do you prefer realistic or stylistic art?
Realistic: 19
Stylistic: 0
No preference: 11

4. How often do you buy equine art?
Less than once a year: 13
Never: 8
A couple times a year: 5
Every month: 2
Once a year: 2
Every week: 0

5. Where do you primarily shop for equine art?
Booths at horse shows: 13
Specific artist's website: 11
Deviantart.com: 7
Local tack shop: 6
Etsy.com: 5
Yard sales: 5
Ebay.com: 4
Craigslist.com: 1
Other responses included facebook and forums

6. How much do you spend on average for one piece of equine art?
Responses varied from $15 - $100, with most at $20, $30, and $50

7. What size of equine art would you be most likely to buy?
8x10: 17
11x14: 16
5x7: 7
4x6: 3
3x5: 2
Other responses included 16x20 and no preference

8. Would you pay more for your art to be matted or framed, or would you prefer to mat or frame it yourself?
I would prefer to mat or frame myself: 17
I would pay more for the art to be framed: 12
I would pay more for the art to be matted: 9


If you guys would like to see some of what I'll be selling, here are some links:

horse yawn in pencil by ~SphiPony on deviantART
english saddle in pencil by ~SphiPony on deviantART
horse in pencil by ~SphiPony on deviantART

They aren't for sale yet, but when I make enough I'll put up a thread for them if there's enough interest!
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post #14 of 14 Old 01-22-2012, 01:45 AM
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Thank you for sharing the results of your survey. It shows real business sense that you would go about this with a business plan, including a survey. I wish the best of luck and will happily answer any questions via PM.
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