I've been fascinating for over five years. During this time, I stole all the rooms at home and at home, some of them give to my loved ones.
Looking at this, I've got a part of the pictures left, and I just have nowhere to wear them.
If you have the same case as me, it's pathetic to break up with them, it's better to sell them to people than they'll be lying and dusting for years in a dark place. You better get someone to look at them, make them happy.
When I wanted to try to sell my imaginary paintings, I had a lot of questions:
- How much is my stitch?
- How much can you sell a hand-held painting?
- How do you calculate the value of the painting?
- How do you not cheapen or put too high a price? ♪
I started looking for information on the Internet about the cost of injecting paintings and how smart people calculate prices for their manual work.
Found a couple of sites with questionable calculators and one very popular formula on many sites and forums, how to calculate the price of a handwritten baptism. I think a lot of snitchers have already met her on the internet, that's her:
Price = X*E+Ue where:
Kk - number Crusts in the drying
E - price of one cross
Uh, complicating elements.
In turn, the complicating elements are calculated by the formula:
We = Kz+ RC+ Q+ Rq+ B+ Rg+ Rv+ Ds + Ps + Sx + Im where:
Kz - number of colours (if the number of colours used in the scheme is greater than 25, for each additional 5 colours + 5 per cent)
RCR = crack fragmentation in diagram (large number of single ribs + 15-100%)
Colour - Canva colour (multiple canva +25 per cent)
Rk is the size of the canva (more than the canva mill, the more difficult and slower than +10-25%)
B = drying time (if fixed-term is + 50-100%)
Rg = group work (if the drying is performed by group + 25 - 100%)
Rv is the size of the drying (so big half is uncomfortable to dry + 15-25%)
D - Additional stitches used (Vask stitch, French knots, lining, basser, shoe, tape, etc. + 5-25%)
Rs - Development of a scheme (at least 30 per cent by agreement from C*E)
Sx is the complexity of the scheme (frequent flow of flowers, large number of colours per 100 brackets, multiplier of scheme + 10 - 25 %)