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Pricelists Industry vs Fandom.
Finally made.
If anyone would care to donate a coloured comic page for the comic industry standard list I’m willing to accept one and will give credit c8 I would’ve made one if I had an example but I don’t -A-
But yes that’s off my chest.
Of course this is based off my own browsing over price lists and how I work unfortunately my commissioner homie went idle so I can’t confirm the most vs the least one can spend.
I’ve only found one artist thus far that charges nearly as close to industry standard. Even then it’s under the standard. As far a I’m concerned anyone under the standard shouldn’t have complaints about expensive art. Fandom average is hardly one you can live by.
Would you like to get paid $30 for 3-7 days worth of work?

Yeah hey, everyone look at this. This is what EVERY artist should be able to charge, even if just the lower rungs.

Gosh

ahahah ok, this actually made me remember one moment that happened on a local Con this summer, we were doing commissions there, and we were drawing A5 format chibies for 5LT(2$) they were lined, colored and looking all nice and this girl comes to us asking about prices and we tell her that chibi drawing is 2$ and she said: wow that`s too expensive and walked away.
ahahahah if only she saw this post :”D

mandatory reblog

checked
oh my god, oh my god, I take back everything I said about artists charging too much 8I poopers! This needs to be spread. Although buh, mostly kids ask kids to draw stuff for them, where can they get so much money?

Signal boost. Artists, learn what your work is worth. Commissioners, learn what you’re asking for. If someone’s serious about being a professional illustrator, they should look into the Graphic Artists’ Guild guidelines before they even touch Loomis or Gurney.

oh.

Have artist friends; automatic reblog
I’m not an artist myself but.. I like to think I do my best to support the ones I have in my life.

Back the fuck up, I could be theoretically raking in that kind of moolah?

Reblogging to spread the word around. A lot of people don’t realize the value of art because so many artists are selling their work for SO cheap. Don’t devalue your work! A good way to price your work is to figure out about how long it takes you to draw a piece, then break down a per-hour rate for it. Don’t work below minimum wage!

queen-of-france:

xekstrin:

rendigo:

oxboxer:

arcsin:

bbbreakfast:

arctg:

tessamack:

chebits:

bambicandi:

Pricelists Industry vs Fandom.

Finally made.

If anyone would care to donate a coloured comic page for the comic industry standard list I’m willing to accept one and will give credit c8 I would’ve made one if I had an example but I don’t -A-

But yes that’s off my chest.

Of course this is based off my own browsing over price lists and how I work unfortunately my commissioner homie went idle so I can’t confirm the most vs the least one can spend.

I’ve only found one artist thus far that charges nearly as close to industry standard. Even then it’s under the standard. As far a I’m concerned anyone under the standard shouldn’t have complaints about expensive art. Fandom average is hardly one you can live by.

Would you like to get paid $30 for 3-7 days worth of work?

Yeah hey, everyone look at this. This is what EVERY artist should be able to charge, even if just the lower rungs.

Gosh

ahahah ok, this actually made me remember one moment that happened on a local Con this summer, we were doing commissions there, and we were drawing A5 format chibies for 5LT(2$) they were lined, colored and looking all nice and this girl comes to us asking about prices and we tell her that chibi drawing is 2$ and she said: wow that`s too expensive and walked away.

ahahahah if only she saw this post :”D

mandatory reblog

checked

oh my god, oh my god, I take back everything I said about artists charging too much 8I poopers! This needs to be spread. Although buh, mostly kids ask kids to draw stuff for them, where can they get so much money?

Signal boost. Artists, learn what your work is worth. Commissioners, learn what you’re asking for. If someone’s serious about being a professional illustrator, they should look into the Graphic Artists’ Guild guidelines before they even touch Loomis or Gurney.

oh.

Have artist friends; automatic reblog

I’m not an artist myself but.. I like to think I do my best to support the ones I have in my life.

Back the fuck up, I could be theoretically raking in that kind of moolah?

Reblogging to spread the word around. A lot of people don’t realize the value of art because so many artists are selling their work for SO cheap. Don’t devalue your work! A good way to price your work is to figure out about how long it takes you to draw a piece, then break down a per-hour rate for it. Don’t work below minimum wage!

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