When licensing a pattern I tend to use three different ways depending on what you as a client want:
I license the rights to a client, through a written contract, to use my art on their products for a certain period of time. The client pays me royalty of total sale to use my patterns for a specific market, geographic area and time. This would for example be bedding, USA and 12 months. Royalty can differ between 3 % to 15 % depending on the market and the client.
2.) Flat fee:
The contract is the same as a licensing agreement with specifications on what products the pattern will go on, where the product will sell and a time frame for the usage. I retain full copyright but instead of a royalty percentage, we both agree to a set fee. Most of my small business clients prefer to use this.
3.) Outright Sale:
An outright sale means I sell the chosen pattern and the client retains legal right to the pattern and is free to use it as pleased for all future.
Please contact me for a pricing guide and more information on how I work!
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