EDIT(2019-06-04): This response was made before I started working for Roll20, and should only be understood as my personal opinion and understanding at the time of posting, and have nothing to do with Roll20's official stance on matters related to commissions for character sheets. Yeah, 60$ fits in the uncanny valley between "doing something free, on your free time, no obligations", and "being paid resonably for your work and expertise" unfortunately. If I'd have more time atm, I'd take you up on this. But then again, I'm a poor student with no side income, soo I guess that describes the situation a bit.(If this is still unresolved in a month, I'm willing to take this on as by then I'll don't have unresonable amounts of projects/studies looming over me any longer.) G G said: I can tell you that previous discussions on the top have thrown around prices ranging from $500 to several thousand, depending on the amount of work needed. It's very easy to underestimate how much time and effort it takes to make a character sheet, and the extra demands that doing it professionally (for pay) places. Yeah it's easy to overestimate, but on the other hand, the low estimate of 500$ isn't for a barebone sheet, like OP described. There was this one thread some months ago where we discussed the same thing , and among the discussion came with a bit broader examples and complexity/support range of the sheets. IIRC the lowest estimate was 200$ for something super basic without any promise of support, but unfortuantly the thread was apparently deleted or removed . It could have stayed up as it was good reference for these this. Curlycue said: Thank you for clarifying that for me. I will admit I am not at all familiar with professional web design etiquette. I feel a little silly for posting this now. Don't feel too silly about it. The one good thread that discussed this topic(from the last 14 months or so I've been active) have been deleted, likely by the OP for the same reason, which was a pit, asi contained some good discussion by a few who actually have taken on sheets for pay. So please don't delete this thread so it can exist as a reference for people in the future.