What we’re looking for from you are photos of your desk, photos of your studios and workspaces or even video walkthroughs of your place of work. Hide the junk food and coffee stains and snap away. Your workspace mascots (pets) are more than welcome to get in on the action too.
Well, we’ve finally made it to the (almost) end of 2020! While the holiday season will not be the same as usual with most places experiencing severe restrictions on seeing family and friends, it’s still worth celebrating the fact that even though things may have been exceptionally difficult for you this year, you’ve managed to get through it and have done the best you can.
We’re pleased to announce we’ve completed the selection process for the 2020 Top 10 Xmas Gift list. This year we had 278 submissions, far exceeding the 105 submission we received for the 2019 consideration list.
As a community, we want to know what the current state of the illustration industry is. Illustrators and other creative professionals are vital to a large number of industries and add enormous value to many others.
We love Halloween and we hope you do to! To celebrate our favourite festivity, here are some of our members’ ghoulish and ghostly illustrations for the spooky season.
The advice offered in these posts is primarily for those looking to participate in conventions or take their in-person offerings to the next level. But we found as we worked our way through Gavin’s articles that most of the information can be applied across the board.
Back in February of 2019, Justin Donaldson wrote an interesting article called “How to Find Work Online as an illustrator” for the now defunct One Fantastic Week (1FW).
We have a new artist in (virtual) residence, which means we have a new website background. The artwork encompasses the typical British seaside holiday…
When the lockdown started in the UK, we created a page for our illustrators to showcase their COVID-19 illustrations with the aim of licensing them out to journalists, periodicals and general editorials on their behalf.
When you’re first starting out on your path to becoming a professional illustrator, when projects are thin on the ground, or your business is struggling, it’s easy to just take whatever you’re offered…