Ursus
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Ursus

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    1. Ursus
      Ursus
      I'm sorry for late reply, I was not notified about.
      It depends on the quality, technique, complexity and level of details you need. If we speak about space illustrations, background is usually pretty simple (black color and stars) so it makes this images easier to do in comparisson with other illustrations.

      For $60 - $100 you can expect one object in good quality with very simple background (something like one of space ships bellow) or few pretty simple objects:
      [IMG]
      For $200 you can expect something like this:
      [IMG]
      , but with little more detailed objects (space station is very rough here), so few objects in good quality.
      Something very complex like space battle or very complex space station needs more time, so it also cost more or much more, it really depends on complexity.

      Please contact me, if you have any question.
      Thanks,

      Zdenek
      ursus@zdeneksasek.com
    2. mythro
      mythro
      I will need space sci-fi type art. Do you have a set price if not do you have an example of what $100 and $200 would get me?
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    Gender:
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    Home Page:
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    Location:
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    Freelance artist
    I’m a self-taught computer artist who lives in central Europe. I started my career 15 years ago, working for one of the big computer games companies. After three years I started my own company. So far, I’ve worked on more than 140 games, several indie movies, various animated web projects, book covers, and so on.

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