Ask J'net Q&A - October 2012

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Ask J'net Q&A - October 2012

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This audio download allows you to listen in on a "live" Q & A where artists ask the questions and J'net provides all the answers! Some of the questions answered and included on this audio download are shown below.

  • How many collections will a manufacturer expect to see?
  • What would you consider as the ideal background for an artist considering entering the field of Art Licensing?
  • As artists, how do we know when we've got everything ready to start searching for an agent?
  • No matter how I try to get licensing deals, the only ones manufacturers are offering me are flat fee deals, what should I do?
  • How are agent/artist relationships changing?
  • I'm looking for an agent and have gotten a lot of "positive" feedback, but no one is willing to take me on yet. I feel like I've exhausted my agent list and know I don't know what to do next?
  • When I have done a few deals, how do I get the business to the next level?
  • What’s the first thing I need to do to get started in art licensing?
  • Should I buy a mailing list?
  • How do I find decision makers outside of trade shows?
  • I’ve been in art licensing for more than ten years and can see that the business is slipping.  I know my art is still marketable and on-trend, so why would I be making less money?
  • I have been in the fine art field for a long time and would like to get into art licensing.  Is there a market for fine art on products?
  • Do I need a signed agreement to protect my work?
  • Any advice for episodic animation properties?
  • What is the worst advice anyone could give to an artist getting started in licensing?
  • Is it ok to use some art from my portfolio for putting on to Zazzle products or will potential clients be turned off by that?
  • What happens if I do a deal with a publisher and they never produce the book?
  • What do I do if my agent is no longer licensing my work? 
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