Have you done any client work with hand lettering yet? What about client work in general?
If you have, you can probably relate to what I’m about to share. If not, that is very good news because I can help you avoid so common pitfalls.
How many times have you quoted a price to a client for hand lettering only to have them come back and say, “I don’t think I can do that…”? They ask if you can do a little bit less and you’re seriously considering lowering your price so you don’t lose this job.
Or how about this one: you ask the client for a budget, they provide you a budget, you work on a quote that’s in the range of their original budget and maybe a little bit higher. You send this over to see if the client oh by. More often than not, it turns into a negotiation game. Does this sound familiar?