This price guide has been updated 05/2018. All prices are in GBP. Pricing is subject to changes on a case by case basis.
I charge different rates for businesses and private people. I believe in affordable art and multimedia content and thus I want to take different budgets into account in my pricing.
For business pricing please email me at email@example.com. Generally I refer to London Freelancers’ Fees Guide.
I don’t do any work free of charge, but I consider skill and service exchanges and trades if I know your work.
The pricing of my media commissions is currently under consideration. For general guidelines see London Freelancers’ Fees Guide above. I can also charge per hour, starting at £18/h with the minimum fee of £25 altogether. You can find examples of my writing from this directory.
I price my art based on time and materials used. Generally digital and traditional work are about the same price but sometimes I might have to charge material fees if I need to get additional items for your commission.
Sketch £4 + £3/additional character
Coloured sketch £8 + £2/additional character
Clean drawing or painting £18
Background +£5-£10 depending on complexity
Additional characters +£5
What price do I pay?
If you work for and are supported by a company, an organisation, or any other such body that is able to budget expenses in media and artwork you need to refer to business pricing. I can consider discounts for student work and grassroots organisers with limited budgets.
If you’re ordering work for personal use you can refer to the guide above. Examples for personal use in this case include editing cover letters, transcribing interviews for theses, creating pictures of your roleplaying characters or writing for your own website. If you’re a small entrepreneur we can decide on a price that’s somewhere in between the business pricing and the pricing for individuals depending on the nature of the work.