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  • I quires on how much I can charge for a high school football logo.

    I created 3 cardinal logos just for fun and a friend of mines said that I can sell it to a high school in jersey that uses the same logo as the NFL. Of course mines look and designed defiantly but I was thinking....how much would I charge a high school. Maybe you guys can take a look and tell me.

    PS: This is the first time here...kool website by the way.


    http://fc02.deviantart.net/fs41/f/20...by_nel9784.jpg

  • #2
    not sure about pricing but i have to say...those are some badazz designs

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    its all about viewers and amount used
    but for a high school the price wont be too much (imo)
    Last edited by Buda; 12-01-2010, 04:28 AM. Reason: Link removed

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    • #3
      Sorry, I had to remove your link HxC Artist. It refers to actual prices which is not allowed on these forums.

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      nel9784, feel free to poke around these Very Important threads. They will give you all the info you need on how the forum runs, the rules and regs, and give you some background info on our long running, inside jokes
      Last edited by Buda; 12-01-2010, 04:31 AM.
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      • #4
        If you do a logo, you sell the logo completely. It isn't about viewers or the number of times it's used. You sell it and the new owner can do anything they want with it.
        Assuming your logos are vector.
        if they are not, they are just pretty pictures.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by PrintDriver View Post
          If you do a logo, you sell the logo completely. It isn't about viewers or the number of times it's used. You sell it and the new owner can do anything they want with it.
          Assuming your logos are vector.
          if they are not, they are just pretty pictures.
          Of course when ever I do a job I don't make one I make a couple. Then they choose what they like. Also when it comes to logos I do it in illustrator.

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