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Thread: Question about Pricing
July 20th, 2012 #14
Everything is relative.
I've charged $2500 for a logo for a big company and a coworker $150 for his company logo. Typically my prices fall somewhere between those depending on the client. Logo's you typically will not get royalty rights - and this is fairly standard since most companies will want to own rights to their brand.
Commercial illustration, fine arts, comics, and some graphic design can command royalty rights since the usage requirements are more easily defined.
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July 21st, 2012 #15Traditional Artist
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I wasn't sure if others in my field charged different prices to different clients. I try to keep it fairly consistent, because the last thing I need is one client somehow finding out they were charged twice as much for the same work. If McDonald's on the other hand wanted their CEO done in pencil, well, I'd definitely charge more than my usual rate. They're McDonald's, they can afford it. Plus, the portraits I do, I won't give a client a commissioned piece if I feel I've failed at being a portrait artist. I'll redo it. Did one commission over about 3 times before I finally got it right.
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