Art In Professions
Today I'll be discussing how to price your commissions since it's a question that comes up quite often.
If you're an artist who sells commissions you're probably all too familiar with the conundrum of trying to decide what price tags to attach to your art. Perhaps you're an artist who would like to sell commissions but have been so unsure about setting up prices that you've simply avoided selling commissions completely. No matter what, this article will help you price your art in a way that can make both you and your clients happy.
First and foremost it is important to remember that doing commissions for others is considered a job/work/employment, regardless of how much you enjoy the process or how serious you are about your art.
This is your time and energy that is going into creating the art and that time and energy is precious, even if you are still young, feel your art isn't that great, or only create art as a hobby.
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