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    Need help pricing my 3D Character commissions

    Hi everyone! I'm a digital artist, I draw cartoons and such and I have commissions open for those drawings.
    Occasionally I do 3D characters and I wanted to add my 3D work to my commission list.
    But I have a little problem... I have no idea what to price them and I don't know what people look for when getting models of their characters either... (Rigging?? Just a pose render??? T-Pose???)

    Here's my 3D work so far: https://sketchfab.com/MonoShuga
    And the prices I charge for my drawings for comparison: https://monoshuga.carrd.co/#commissions

    Naturally I want to charge more than I do for my drawings, but I don't want to be over pricing myself more than what my work deserves...
    Any tips?



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    Member lucky's Avatar
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    A good way to quote a job is to estimate the time you need to do it. Then define your hourly/daily rate (maybe this can help: http://blog.creativelive.com/how-to-...te-infographic) and you'll be able to price the job.



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    Moved from "Jobs > Paid Work" to "Misc: > Off-topic Chat"

    The Jobs forums are really for offering people work, they're not really there for talking about the price of work.



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