Ticket prices are way high, will try the low income route but I could potentially go with a tier'ed ticket if... I can set up airbrushing at the event and charge a small amount to airbrush art for people or even, on people? Is this sort of thing acceptable or are most things done free or for donations or ?
I'm an airbrush artist who's studied drawing, and oil painting as well but I just love airbrushing.
I'm Chad. I live in the Midwest and always wanted to go to BM. Never have. I have a wife and 5 kids which keep me pretty busy but damn it, I want to go in 2012.
I've been unemployed since 2009 and since then studying and practicing art. Lately I've found that I really enjoy airbrush.
You can see some of my stuff here: https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/1011 ... 3049079953
both new and old stuff in there... a lot of it while I was still learning... and I still am of course.
I'm mostly on Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/101127986898473915473/posts
-- if you're on G+, add me... but tell me you added me for Burning Man so I add you back.
My wife and I run two struggling businesses. One's a cleaning company and one is a tattoo shop. The tattoo shop is actually doing fine but we don't make much on that, about $500/month max because we don't charge commission to the artists doing tattoos, we just charge rent which covers the bills. Me and Toni also practice tattooing.edit: removed links to etsy (commerce)- Eric