OK, so the title sounds a little melodramatic, but on some level, it’s pretty damn close to the truth.
Whether you’re a recent graduate, a veteran freelancer, or an out-of-office-hours illustrator doesn’t matter – we all want to be paid a fair rate for what we do. You do. I do. It’s a given. The only problem is, a lot of us are out there working, but without knowledge on what’s fair, so when a client comes along and offers to pay you a fixed fee for a job, or sets a daily rate for the same thing, it’s all too easy to smile, shake their hand and be their new best friend for a while.
A more recent project now, getting geared up for the Brazil World Cup. This A3 print, produced for The Illustrated Game at Pick Me Up this year, is for sale for a mere £5 (+p&p)
Keep up to date with all the games, goals and fixtures, and look at some pretty pictures while you do it!
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UPDATE: I've decided to put some desktop wallpaper size images up here for free download! Click on the one you want and save as...
Todays little line drawing colouring in practise thing. Really enjoying getting to grips with my work on screen. Finally happy with it after scanning and colouring!
(Super inspired by WJC and his fucking gorgeous line-art. Phwoar)
First couple of finals for a short comic I'm work on with Mr James Reith.
Really nice working with a limited palette and line work, and also super cool to see my handwriting in a font! Big shout out to http://www.myscriptfont.com/ which is unbelievably easy to use and looks great too.