Post by amaziement on Sept 26, 2019 13:13:38 GMT -5
So I've done a couple projects for Habitat for Humanity in this last year, including some christmas/holiday things I just finished up.
For "world habitat day" on oct 7, they wanted to use an old comic i did for the nib thenib.com/who-deserves-a-home/ to put in their email campaign. We agreed on a small fee of $75 since it was already made and just going into two emails.
now, they'd like to use it for advertisements, I'm assuming throughout the holiday/winter season this year, as well as pieces from the cards I just finished for them and I'm not sure how much I should charge? Especially since Habitat for Humanity is non for profit, but this is the ENTIRE Canada branch it'll be advertising for.
Basically, if it's a one time use and you keep all the rights, the plateau price is around $500. If you're giving up your rights, either for a few years or permanently, that amount can double or triple. Those amounts consider single illustrations, and not comics, who are a significantly extra pile of work, but since it's a non profit, it seems fair. Be open to negotiate too!