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Hi, I was ask to do a comic book illustration for a t-shirt but don't really know how much to charge for it. I was in the line of $100 but since it is for a t-shirt i don't know if it changes at all.
any help will be greatly appreciated.
Are you getting a cut of the sales of the t-shirt or is it a one-off thing? Usually if there's going to be a print-run you should be getting a flat fee for the design and a small percentage from the sale of said t-shirts.
Make sure you retain the rights to the imagery and that you only license it for use on the t-shirt and that things are in writing and clear.
100$ sounds a little low, in my opinion.
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well, he is my girlfriend's cousin and i'm also doing small graphics for his shirt line, this is brand new he just lunched about two months ago.
About the fee, I was thinking of doing that, about the flat fee and then a small share of the profits.
It's a good idea to get a profit share, don't sell yourself short though just because he's
your girlfriends' cousin. Your girlfriend is just a female with whom you've agreed to sleep
with exclusively, that's it. Your art is your business venture. There's no reason that people
should be getting a discount from you because they know or are related to your girl. I mean,
in a week you breakup with your girlfriend and BOOM he's just another client.
In other words, business is business. The more professional you handle it, the less trouble
down the line.
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