Method 1: a more aggressive, higher-cost option for GMs who want to make the players work for these effects.
Method 2: a less granular, more lenient cost which is in closer alignment to the somewhat loose guidelines provided on YS 274.

Category
Example
Height
Weight
Method 1 Cost
Method 2 Cost

Colossal
Airplane, Large House, Battleship
64-128 ft.
250K- 2 mil. lbs
19
7

Gargantuan
Dragon, Tank, Small House
32-64 ft.
32K –250K lbs.
17
5

Huge
Elephant, Car, Small Shack
16-32 ft.
4K –32K lbs.
15
3

Large
Bear, Large Motorcycle, Table
8-16 ft.
500-4,000 lbs.
13
3

Medium (human)
Adult Human, Door, Barrel
4-8 ft.
60-500 lbs.
11
3

Small
Human Child, Chair, Small Dog
2 ft.-4 ft.
8-60 lbs.
9
3

Tiny
Handgun, Toaster, Cat
1-2 ft.
1-8 lbs.
7
1

Diminutive
Baseball
6 in.-1 ft.
0.25-1 lb.
5
1

Fine
Mice, Knife
3 in.-6 in.
0.9-0.1 lb.
3
1

Miniscule
Grasshoppers, Coins
3 in. or less
1 oz. or less
1
1

Wee
Small Gemstones, Seeds, Pebbles
--
--
3
3

Granular
Ants, Fleas, Grains of Sand
--
--
7
3

Particulate
Particles of Dust or Powder
--
--
11
5

Microscopic
Bacteria, Nanites, Viruses
--
--
15
7









For creating multiple copies of a thing:

Duplicates, Method 1
Method 1 Cost

Duplicates, Method 2
Method 2 Cost
2
2

2 to 9
2
5
4

10 to 49
4
10
6

50 to 249
6
25
8

250 to 999
8
50
10

1,000 to 4,999
10
100
12

5,000 to 24,999
12
250
14

25,000 to 99,999
14
500
16

100,000 to 249,999
16
1,000
18



2,500
20



5,000
22



10,000
24



25,000
26



50,000
28



100,000
30



Modifiers:
These modifiers are consistent with the guidelines on YS 274:

Simple object; 1-2 moving parts at most: +0
Believability: +X shifts to increase roll needed to notice the conjured object is fake
Animated: +2
Complex: +2 (may be taken multiple times - perhaps each level indicates another feature or Aspect)