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How much costs artist's work? How to set prices?
The most popular question asked by beginners in freelancing, is “how much to charge for my work?” If you haven't found an answer, then sit back!
Suppose you are doing well with the level of performance and your artwork is of interest to the public. How do you determine the prices on your artworks? Everything is very simple:
1. Count how much money you spend on living in a month. That is, how much you pay taxes, how much do you spend on food, medicine, clothes, and etc. The resulting figure is the minimum amount for your survival.
2. Add to it as much as you want to earn extra. But be realistic. A million dollars per month may only be a goal. You can’t earn that much at once. And hardly there are customers who can answer your appetites. Exceptions happen very rarely.
3. Let's say you need to earn $2,000 per month for a comfortable life. This means that you need to do 4 orders for $500 or 20 orders for $100. It all depends on the quality of pe
Artists: stop worrying over this bullcrap.
It's been a little while since I felt cause to write another artist journal, but recent events inspired me to make one about the nonsense that artist worry about and my concerns over their inability to think for them self.
it's making them feel like their skill or achievements are inadequate by comparing themselves with others and occasionally, with false information. Inform yourself and do some research and make the worries stop! Allowing yourself to focus on training your skills and become a better artist.
It all started with a little joke on a Facebook group called: Level up! A place where many artists post their work in request for feedback. They posts are often tagged with nonsensical information.
The joke was that I posted a new artwork with the added info: I am 14 years old, first digital painting, done in 32 minutes. No Ref, mouse only. compliments please.
followed by: (lol. C&C always welcome It's another daily for my Caldyra graphic novel.)
I hoped that follow up would