So I've been selling some 3D game assets on other marketplaces, but I want to start uploading these assets on all 3D marketplaces, in order to cover more ground.
I looked over on ArtStation, since it's such a popular and nice website, but when I got into the Marketplace and looked at other people's 3D game assets, they're selling it for such lower prices, around $5 - $10. Is that the general rule of price over that website or what's the deal?
I've seen some cool packs with 50 3D assets in it and the author was selling it for just $6. That's extremely low if you ask me, I would've assumed that pack would've gone for around $200 - $250, at least.
I know there's an extended license option, where the price gets 4-5 times the price of the standard license, but the thought of giving people access to the assets for nothing (such as $6) doesn't seem right to me, and I don't want that, no matter what type of license it is.
So my question is, for those of you who know more about how ArtStation's marketplace works, are those prices something standard for this platform? And do you think that going out of this common price range will result in people ignoring my products just because they're more expensive than the usual stuff in there?
The thing is, I'm selling the same assets over on other marketplaces, and none of those products have a price below $25 - $30, and that for one single 3D asset, no packs or anything (those are going for hundreds of dollars). So it seems stupid selling the same assets on ArtStation for prices 10 times lower, because there will be no reason for people to buy it from the places where I'm selling them more expensive anymore, if they can get the same exact deal, but 10 times better for them, obviously.
Curious to hear your thoughts. Thank you!