A common question I get is, how does an illustrator find work online? Well, there are numerous ways to connect with clients, but I tend to see illustrators forgetting that they’re running a business and not just feeding a hobby.
The desk and studio on display belong to Sheffield-based freelance artist Vicky Scott. Over the last 15 years, Vicky has worked on a diverse range of projects including Facebook advertising for Volkswagen, card designs for Paperchase and a huge painting on a life-sized model of a baby elephant for the Elephant Family charity.
A few days ago, under the cover of darkness, we officially started sending out invites asking for illustrators to contribute to our new trading card series.
We’ve changed our name! You may have noticed our new logo on our website and social pages, but we would…
I’m looking forward to speaking at CreativePro Week for the first time this year. I’ll be giving a 30-minute talk called “How to Hire an Artist for Original Work” on Wednesday, May 19, 2:45 pm Pacific time, followed by a 15 minute Q&A session.
The desk and studio on display belong to Atlanta-based freelance artist Leah Sayles. Leah has worn a plethora of hats in her eight years as a professional creative and currently focuses on providing her clients with graphic design and illustration services.
After 3 months of late nights and working weekends, we’re proud to announce the State of Illustration report is now available for download. Please visit stateofillustration.com
Every time you create a new, original piece of illustration or artwork, you automatically own the copyright. It’s that simple. You don’t need to apply for it; it’s yours.
The desk and studio shown belong to American cartoonist Tom McWeeney, an award-winning illustrator who specialises in comics and toy development.