|9 Apr 2009|| Elizabeth S Hanninen|
Awesome work! Makes me want to add color to some of my comics. I may never get things finished if I start that though. What scale do you work on when you do your original oils? Stefan Loň
replies: "90*60 cm is a size I normally prefer for the comics. But it seems difficult to find a good publisher for this work... "
|20 Apr 2009|| Elizabeth S Hanninen|
Finding a publisher may have something to do with the number of colors used. At least that was a factor at one time with printing agencies. Not sure what to tell you. Are you close to having your first issue done? I haven’t put enough of mine together to even think about publishing beyond the web. Stefan Loň
replies: "Tuota noin niin... Normally you present 4-6 sequential pages of your work to various agencies, and they decide if they are interested. Finishing an entire issue before contacting them is not necessary. It seems you have finished more than 6 pages, so if you feel confident about your work you really could try to get a contract. But the competition is enormous, so you better be good. There is special agencies that put you in touch with publishers, but they charge 20-30% of what you get to do this job for you. I have the name of some famous american agencies somewhere at home.... Well, the people at conceptart.org know more than me.
(Yeah...The number of colors may be an issue. Plus high quality work requires high quality paper to print on, which can get expensive for the publishers. "
|11 Jul 2009|| Sandra Larsson Torri|
Ha, var bara tvungen att gå in på din sida när jag såg namnet, så att det inte var min bror som hade en hemligt liv...
Har inte hunnit kolla mycket alls på bilderna dina, men redan är jag slagen av hur mycket små, små detaljer du har i dina verk!
|29 Sep 2009|| Andy T Gray|
Great intensity in all your work, big fan!
|5 Oct 2009|| Nicole Willard|
Amazing!! I wish my oil paintings were as good
|10 Oct 2009|| Relentless|
Dude, your pictures are awesome!
|11 Oct 2009|| Relentless|
You’re so going on one of my favorite artists if I get an account on Elfwood. Stefan Loň
replies: "Thank you, Relentless
I hope you’ll get an account and I’ll see you around!"
|16 Jan 2010|| Johanna Ahonen|
...WOW...o_o... Wait a minute, are you from Finland? Or just speaking finnish?
|4 Oct 2010|| Benjamin Harold Abbott|
Wow! Those masonite pieces are awfully impressive. I’ll have to come back here to check them out in detail. Best wishes.