If their re-use fees are low, chances are their fees for "more work further down the line" will also be low.

You should insist on fair compensation for the use of your work or politely walk away. Don't be suckered in by the lure of future (low paying) work.

Just my $.02.

Jim



On 12/12/13 11:57 AM, "Marjorie Leggitt" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Query re a potential client
Imagine Publishing out of the UK has requested the use of several of my illustrations for a new publication. Their usage rights fee is on the low side for the rights they are requesting, however it could turn into more work further down the line.

Have any of you done business with Imagine Publishing?  
If so, what is/was your experience?
What are the tax consequences of working abroad? (I know this was discussed some time back).

Thanks for any input.

Marj
Leggitt Design
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Recipient of the ASBA Botanical Illustrator Award for Excellence in Scientific Botanical Art (2012)

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