I'm thinking of opening an Airbrush Business in the local shopping mall. I wanted to know if it's a good idea, and how much to charge? Colorware charges hundreds of dollars, but I'd be a fraction of what they charge ... same day service!!!
Answer by David · Feb 07, 2011 at 06:46 PM
I couldn't tell you what to charge but the images above are freakin awesome. I would find out what local competitors are charging and then lower you rate to something you're comfortable with and go from there.
Answer by Patxi · Feb 07, 2011 at 08:34 PM
Looks awesome :P, Falcon Charges 300 just to put some flames in a laptop >.>, just don't charge a lot, depending how the business goes you can play w/ the prices. Make and estimate on how much the paint and stuff costs then sum it to how much do you think your work cost.
BTW post more pics I am drolling on their awesomeness! Taylor Swift looks cool!
Answer by HHBones · May 01, 2011 at 12:54 PM
If I were you, I'd charge about $50-150 for a job. Of course, it will depend customer to customer. There might be someone who just wants his 10.1" netbook sprayed green. That will barely take any time at all. Then, there might be one guy with a massive computer case who wants some really intricate work done on all of it, which will take a lot of time and cost a lot more. I'd charge up to $200 for work like that, depending, of course, on how intricate the work is.
Answer by snowblower · Aug 11, 2012 at 11:51 AM
thats truely amazing .... so whats the address i send my devices to get this airbrush done and u could do whole laptops thats truely amazing !!! does it work on any surface or just particular textures of surface or materials ? i would easily pay 100 AUD for u to do my laptop :)