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thanks viking. 1000 seems steep. maybe 500? does that seem ridiculous?
Fiver, ask how some of their other lines have sold.
e-pill might have some good advice, he seems to a regular designer for fashion items. I wonder if he gets royalties? E-pill do you ever get royalties on your stuff?
thanks viking. hard for me to gauge units sold. i guess that could be incorporated contractually, but looking for a base sum.
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Charge a fair wage but look into royalties....for pieces that sell over 10,000 prints, ect.
I don't know what the fair wage would be.
they'll probably only pay for the pieces they want
that said, 1 million dollars... each.
need some professional advice. going to start doing some tee graphics for a reputable action sports brand. i assume that one would charge by piece, but my only experience in this contractually was for a small record label at a low price. any tips or suggestions? have plenty of experience, and even with the brand, but never at a price per piece. thanks.