This is completely relative and depends =
on who the end client is.
right now, and my animator makes $500 a 3 minute clip, flat.
sure many of you would laugh at that but for him it is great, low key work t=
hat helps him build his portfolio.
nt is a giant ad agency, sure, you can and should charge $160 an hour.
AM, Jeff Galusha wrote:
e gig, this is a paid by the hour or day job.
e 3D work could be more).
sed on your experience and the artists budget. You should work out the=
pay rate with the artist, then put it down on paper with pay dates and=
get the artist to sign it.
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 9:15 AM, Lucia J. Lee <smellsdreamy@gmai=
I am about to do this freelance animation =
gig for an artist.
The artist is working on a film and almost all the media has been created &=
; collected, while she’s putting everything together.
She wants me to do=
some 3D animation and retouch some sequences with After Effect and Photosho=
p, and possibly, a video shot.
I have no idea how much I should charge.any idea?
please let me know. i need to know by end of the day.