yarbro (yarbro) wrote in artists_beware,
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Subject on Reprints and Corrections



Hi AB!

I finished a commission just a few days ago. It went smoothly. I was sending my client a lot of WIP. My client loves the final piece and got her final approval. As part of the deal, I made a photo print and gave it to her- we noticed a smudge in the print. When I went home- I noticed it was my mistake because how I "digitally paint". I am sending her a fixed version. And she is considering of maybe getting a reprint of the piece.

If it does boil down to it- should I pay out of my pocket for another reprint or should she pay for it? Sadly I never address this issue in my TOS. And how big the print is- they are expensive.

Thanks for you advice.

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