Here is some conversation on the t-shirt subject:
If you can find out how many t-shirts they plan to make; charge maybe a 2-10% of the retail price. Maybe slide that scale to the lower end if it a large number of shirts, or to the higher end if it is a larger number of shirts. Or charge a flat fee for
one-time use of the art – $200-$500, if the quantity of shirts is a reasonable number, and limited to a single run. Maybe $2/shirt(sort of fits the 10% fee without the hassle of royalty management).
Get it in writing, and retain all rights
I am looking for input about a design charge for designing a tee
shirt.. I am pulling together a license/agreement for a teeshirt design
I have been approached to do for a Fishing derby.
I tried to find out what the non profit was charged by the printers for
a design fee, but its not available knowledge on their website....
Don't want to scare them... but would like applicable
compensation... and will include some ID requirements for publicity in