A: Well of course I'm willing to consider to work within your tight budget. Charitable projects or environmental projects are ALWAYS open on the table. To book a call meeting is always free, so there is a good chance that we can come to an agreement together. And if anything, we’ll have a fun conversation and I might have some ideas to help you along. However, do keep in mind, my time is my bread and butter. Which is why I simply can NOT work for free, without some sort of compensation.
A: Of course! Some of these projects can take up a lot of time and therefore a lot of money. So I have no problem cutting up the time and have payment spread out in 3 to 5 months. Instead of the one big invoice which can seem a bit daunting.
A: Of course! It may not come naturally to me. Yet I can do lighter subjects too. And if I am doubtful myself, then I collaborate with fellow animators and designers who do specialize in whatever requirements is expected. This way I can uphold my own philosophy about quality and ensure a great result for the project.
A: Of course not. That decision is up to you entirely. However, altering images may clash with copyright law. So always best to contact me first. No hard feelings in letting me know. And I might know another candidate who could help you out.
A: Of course I will want help you out. If I can not be of help to you within your scheduled deadline. There is always a chance I can always help you find someone else who could.
If you really want to collaborate with me specifically, then we can have a meeting and see where in the distant future I can be of service.
A: Yes I do. Although, I do not call it ‘prefixed’. I’m always open for negotiations. I also usually send my price list after a inquiry has been made. But if you are very curious, you can download my price list here.
A: Honestly, I use contract to ensure a feeling of security for both parties. This way, you can be sure I will deliver to you my best work. And I can be sure that I’ll be able to pay my rent bills.