Rush jobs are uncommon, but do happen. When they do happen, it does create a scheduling nightmare. My objective is to meet my clients rush need without jeopardizing normally scheduled projects. My first questions is why is there a rush?

Lack of Planning on Your Part Does Not Constitute an Emergency on My Part
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A rush job will usually cost you more and not only will it cost you more, everything is rushed and the quality of your rendering might be compromised. These images turned out great, and there was no compromise in quality; my rush client got me all the needed information in a timely matter.

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