Did you like a piece in my gallery so much, you wish you could use it on your book cover, CD cover, magazine, or some other publication?
There is a number of images in my licensing portfolio that hadn’t been published anywhere yet, so you’re free to take your pick.
What are the benefits of licensing over custom work?
Custom work takes a lot of time. Existing work is available immediately.
Often cheaper than custom work
Going back and forth with a ton of revisions takes time, and this time is charged for accordingly. With licensing, you’re only paying for the license fee to use the work – not the process that went into creating it.
You know what you’re buying
With custom work, you’re paying an advance for a result you haven’t seen yet, and you need to trust that it will turn out the way you wanted it. By purchasing a license to use an existing work, you’re able to see what you get before paying.
How much does it cost?
It depends on a variety of factors, so I need to know the details before I can give you an exact quote. Here are some parameters that affect the fee:
- The type and format of your final product.
- Whether you’re self-publishing or have a publisher.
- How many copies you’re planning on producing.
- How long you want to use the artwork for.
- Whether you want world-wide exclusive rights, country exclusive rights, or non-exclusive rights.
- Additional products you wish to use the work on (website, posters & flyers, T-shirts etc.)
Can you customize anything?
Depending on the artwork, minor details may be changed to better suit your publication or product, for example: artwork proportions, background color, character eye color, adding scars or beauty marks… Digital retouching in Adobe Photoshop is my specialty, so I can adapt most artworks.
How to proceed with licensing your artwork?
Pick which work from my licensing portfolio you’d like to use, and send me a message via my contact page. Let me know as much detail about your project as possible, and I’ll get back to you with a custom quote.