I dont know how much this is worth but i refuse to believe 80 bucks, id say its by far the best thing in this thread, I would have thought a couple hundred bare minimum. >>3815692>>3815911
It's a bit hard to tell from the quality of this image, but I think the person who said 220 doesn't know much about traditional painting.
From what I can see you lack edge control, and your textures are too soft and dont represent exactly what you want them too. The composition is a nice idea but I think the bottom half needs a bit of work.
I do like the light and values, and the softness of the clouds, but I think your biggest thing is texture in the rest of the painting, maybe it would help you get more texture if your laid the paint on thicker, making it just a little 3D.
If you're doing this in acrylics you can buy all sort of acrylic mediums to mix into your paints to give them thickness and texture and maybe thats something that could be fun for you to experiment with, even different brushes or painting with a palette knife could maybe help you loosen up. I've never experimented with that stuff personally but I've always wanted to try it.
As for selling it I'd suggest a local amateur art show over a flea market, at least at the flea markets where I live if you were selling it on your own you just wouldn't get enough customers looking for art to be able to afford renting a table personally, and how much flea market vendors and customers would be willing to pay is pretty random because they aren't going to typically know anything about art.
If you sold it in the right setting, to someone who really likes it I think it would be worth roughly 50$, but if you get the right buyer, you never know, it could be more.
If you can get the textures better I think it could be worth twice as much. Good luck with your friend's flea market stall, sounds like that's definitely worth a try. >>3816178