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Visual_A says

10-16 hours including breaks and procrastination :) Pavel “CHA!”

Same here :))

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ElysiumWebSolutions says

3 Hours a day not less… but sometimes more, depends on the output of the item which makes me crazy to drive to double the hours and get scoldings from wife :-)

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Miguel_Vasquez says

Around 12-14 hours or more :)

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pixelgrade says

As long as it takes :)

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GraphikoFX says

4-6 hours for templates. For freelance jobs around 6-8 hrs depending on a project :)

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yourkishore says

8-10 hours, actually it used to be 10-14 but then i got a girlfriend, yeah shit happens :)

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pixel-industry says

9-12 hours, 7 days a week.. But after that, when design is finished there is one or two days for relaxation :)

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unlockedart says

0-3 more close to the zero as things come up, but working up to 3 hrs a night now.

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mccumba says

I decided to ask to see if there are any other workaholics out there ;) I am pleasantly surprised at how many of us are extremely dedicated to the art we create. It is very refreshing! My days run together as I spend typically 20 hours to 48 hours (literally) at a time perfecting different compositions. Some are for my personal projects and some are for audio jungle. I feel like a firefighter’s schedule sometimes lol When one truly loves what they do, it becomes very difficult to leave it. In other words, if I could marry my piano, I probably would lol! “Pixelgrade” says this best “As long as it takes” I couldn’t agree more :D

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klerith says

8-10 hours, actually it used to be 10-14 but then i got a girlfriend, yeah shit happens :)

LOL!, I hope your GF never check this topic!

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