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I enjoy painting diptychs and triptychs. When I post them on FAA as they appear when placed together, I don't think anyone would want to purchase a print that shows the paintings in triptych display. I have sold a few of them and now I would like to digitally join them together as a one piece unit. It is pretty easy to join them, but I am wondering if I should leave the original triptych or diptych as it appeared initially and add the new piece separately. That would leave two separate listings, one as a one piece and one as a 2 or 3 piece. OR, should I simply replace the picture and change the description and have only one listing???
my only example of something similar, and i have three listings, one for 1, one for 2, and this one for the two combined. the originals are available either separately or together - though i would like them to be kept as a pair. oddly enough, 1 and the combination have a lot more views than 2.