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 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).
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…
We are proud and super-excited to present the State of Illustration ’19 report! After many hours of number crunching and countless cups of coffee to keep us going, it’s finally been released into the wild.
We’re going to talk about how crowdfunding is helping our members earn a living followed by introducing you to a … More
We’re happy to share with you the results of this year’s Annual Illustrators’ survey. We’ve previously done surveys in 2011/12 … More
Getting a comic book from script to print can be a complicated undertaking, with many moving parts to consider. Wo … More
So you want to work with an illustrator, but you’re not sure how to proceed? This helpful video should put … More