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  1. I always work with a 300x300 canvas as it is a comfortable size but anywhere from 200-400 is my happy zone. Anything smaller and it just hurts my brain. If people want it at 100x100 I just resize it. Originally is was 600x600 but that became too large after a few months. Only time I have used larger is by request. All images are done in vectors now (I only understand DPI when it comes to photography but assuming similar to vectors in quality schema) so the images can be sized down to as long as 50x50 which has been the smallest I have had to do or even doubled in size for whatever weird reason with very little drama besides noticing my lazy attention to details in some works. Any realism piece has either been done painfully by vector or working with double the size required in a raster program. As a 'consumer' 60x60 up to 90x90 is a reasonable size for items. Not too big that it takes up unnecessary space but not to small that you lose the awe factor in the artwork. As an artist my personal preference is 80x80.
  2. Bees I have some 'experience' in drawing before from cartoons to semi-realistic, and geometric tattoo style. Outside stuff, competent but large scenes/landscapes may take some time.
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