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5 years 4 months ago #72461 by jpminecrafter
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Well derpiwolf, how do I negotiate a commission?
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5 years 4 months ago #72464 by xxpvpxx
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Am I the only one right now, who thinks.. the new Gabriel????
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5 years 4 months ago - 5 years 4 months ago #72470 by DerpiWolf
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jpminecrafter wrote: Well derpiwolf, how do I negotiate a commission?



First, you're requesting for a fully complete, redistributable Software Application (a fully complete content pack with public licencing). Not something you ask innocently off the bat.

Which means you need to actually think about these questions:

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There is so much you must think in these things if you want the best commission experience. I hope you do learn something out of this.

TL;DR Version:
1. Carefully pick the maker you want to commission.
2. Make sure you can actually afford it, or can negotiate a mutually-assured price.
3. Be nice, respectful and professional. Which means talking at the maker's level of communication.
4. Don't be a dick. Don't scam people.
5. Patience is a Virtue. You'll need it.
6. Know your Legal Rights.

Failure to comply to these steps will result in: Horrible Commission Experience.
Last edit: 5 years 4 months ago by DerpiWolf.
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5 years 4 months ago #72472 by jpminecrafter
Replied by jpminecrafter on topic Jp civil plane pack!

DerpiWolf wrote:

jpminecrafter wrote: Well derpiwolf, how do I negotiate a commission?



First, you're requesting for a fully complete, redistributable Software Application (a fully complete content pack with public licencing). Not something you ask innocently off the bat.

Which means you need to actually think about these questions:

Warning: Spoiler! [ Click to expand ]


There is so much you must think in these things if you want the best commission experience. I hope you do learn something out of this.

TL;DR Version:
1. Carefully pick the maker you want to commission.
2. Make sure you can actually afford it, or can negotiate a mutually-assured price.
3. Be nice, respectful and professional. Which means talking at the maker's level of communication.
4. Don't be a dick. Don't scam people.
5. Patience is a Virtue. You'll need it.
6. Know your Legal Rights.

Failure to comply to these steps will result in: Horrible Commission Experience.

Well the pack I make will bear the name of the guy I pay to create it, number 2, it will be a public release free to others and the public in general.
Finally, I understand the former present I read in the long article you wrote and agree with the former.
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