Would people be interested if I ran a 100-slot, sketch-based Iron Artist campaign?
The basic point of Iron Artist is just to plow through a whole ton of sketches, it seems. At $20 per sketch, that'll quite add up, and it provides a few benefits:
*Since I wouldn't be streaming them, I can take my time and not get exhausted by the end of the day. And,
*With 100 slots, people have a much easier time getting a sketch compared to having to jump into a stream and hope for good timing.
The downside being that people couldn't watch them get drawn and thus would have a little less control over it. As they'd be quick sketches, there might have to be no approval process - you pay, then you get your sketch, and then you can ask for some changes but you're kinda stuck with what you have. There's a risk involved of misunderstanding.