your question is too vague. I think we need more and sample of your work and who you're charging and how much they can afford? or something, ya know?
How much should a rookie comic artist charge for illustrating a comic book page?
How about a cover?
1 million dollars.
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Yeah, it would depend on how much of a rookie you really are.
IF the publisher you're working with is paying:
Have you ever done a full book? If not, you could probably expect between $10-15 per page.
Covers probably @ $50 and that's generous. Again, I'd have to see your style.
All depends on the skill level. I know plenty of rookie artists that could put 90 percent of the pros to shame if they had a chance-- and the drive to do so.
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i mean...Originally Posted by Dr. Blasphemy
1 BILLION DOLLARS!
Originally Posted by warrenellis
The price you charge needs to be related to the amount of work you're doing, the skill level you're at, and experience you have.
Some indie artists make as low as 10$ a page, and 75$ a cover.
Scott McDaniel's website has a nice section about page rates. He's going off big company dollars, but his formula for figuring costs, etc. can be used for any page rate basically.
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