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Subject: RE: FLASH: price quote on flash animation?
From: JGL
Date: Fri, 30 Jun 2000 22:43:23 +0100

. . . and don't give them the source file. if you do, don't tell this list.

-----Original Message-----
That's tough without a sense of the complexity of the work, but I'd start at
$50/hr. and go up from there if they want complex interactivity. I'm new at
this, but I've been turning that rate without any argument. 30 seconds is a
long time, so maybe figure 3-4 days minimum if you have all the source
material and they just want a non-interactive Web version, or as long as 2
weeks if you have to do Photoshop/Freehand work and more complex Action
Scripting. It also kind of depends on the client and your relationship with
them. If they'll have tons more work later, charge 'em less for this one...



>>> olgaatonespire [dot] com 06/30/00 01:27PM >>>
I have an idea of this already, but I want to survey ane make sure I'm on
the same page with the rest of the world.

I've been asked to render a 30-second animation that was made for tv into
flash. I've yet to see the animation, but I was wondering if anybody could
give a good range for this type of work?


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  Re: FLASH: price quote on flash animatio, James Goudy

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