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
Elvish musician is quite a good success of my art. And I´m surely happy. :) So thanks to you all who added it to your favs. :hug:
Because of this success I decided to expand my MtG collection. :p
For first let´s see current pieces of my MtG fan art collection:1. Mana calling (2011)
2. Elven musician (2012)3. Silver warrior (2012)
4. Naya villagers (2013)
5. Seacoast havester (2013)
6. Necromant (2016)
7. Cat warrior (2017) ~JonnySchweer (https://www.deviantart.com/jonnyschweer) request
edit: from now on I will try to add card description to every of my Mtg fan art. :p
Now for the incoming pieces:
1. Lotus Gardener (no mana signet)
2. Mox saga
THANK YOU SO MUCHHH FOR STOP BY MY PAGE!!!! I appreciate it so very much!!!! YOU'RE ART SO VERY AWESOME & PRECIOUS!!! your visiting really motivate and inspire me to keep on going!!!! Thank you so much for the encouragement! Although you may not be encouraging me directly, this means more to me than you'd ever think!!! I hope you are having a great day, and I wish you even more joy & blessings in your future!!!