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Commission Artists. How do much commission artists make and how to become one?

Commission Artists. How do much commission artists make. How to become a commission artist.

The amount of money that commission artists make varies depending on a number of factors, including their skill level, the complexity of the work, and the time it takes to complete. According to ZipRecruiter, the average annual pay for a Commission Artist in the United States is $70,894 a year. However, salaries can range from $26,500 to $161,500.

We have created three masterclasses to help you break into the field of art commissions, so you can open this lucrative income stream for yourself:

1) Start off by taking our FREE masterclass, Pricing Commissioned Projects, to learn how to price commissioned projects.

2) Getting Commissioned Projects masterclass will teach you proven ways to position yourself online (without burning too many calories or doing any social media), so that clients can find you easily and you can create a continuous stream of projects for yourself.

3) Working on Commissioned Projects masterclass will arm you with a Project Agreement template (plus a checklist), so you can take on projects with confidence. You'll also get communication, negotiation, and mindset tips for successful work with clients (with examples).

Here are some additional tips for breaking into art commissions:

  • Start small. Don't be afraid to start by taking on small commissions, such as pet portraits or simple illustrations. This will help you build your portfolio and gain experience working with clients.

  • Be patient. It takes time to build a successful art commission business. Don't get discouraged if you don't get a lot of work right away. Just keep practicing your art, marketing your services, and being professional, and eventually you'll start to see results.

  • Have fun! Commissions can be a great way to make money and share your art with others. So relax, have fun, and enjoy the process.

I hope these tips help you break into art commissions!


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