This acrylic on canvatex was the first page of a comic in the late 90s. It went 48 pages, self-published on a printer. The cost of the color cartridges was ruinously expensive (maybe that's why it isn't done that way). Needless to say, this was a very limited edition at $20 per issue cost to make. Still, five co-workers in the lab, and two from the ER ordered one. Nowadays you can find print-on-demand publishers to do it much cheaper. But the ages-old problem remains: all those books need good homes.