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A recent audio interview I did with Bob Ostrom and Carlos Castellanos for their artist business blog Drawn By Success just went up. Carlos, Bob and I discuss what it means to be a self-employed illustrator, how to market yourself … Continue reading
I recently ran across a link to the London-based Association Of Illustrators AOI Report: Illustration Fees and Standards of Pricing (2007). To sum up what this AOI Report is all about, I’ll quote from them directly: The information presented in the … Continue reading
I know I have been in this situation many times — and email comes in and someone has a project with a small or non-existent budget. Usually it’s a personal project. Usually it’s for an existing piece of artwork. Since most … Continue reading
Vandelay Design has a great article discussing pricing issues for freelance creatives. The article talks about design services, but it can apply to illustrators, cartoonists – probably any freelancer out there. More than just a nuts & bolts calculator, the … Continue reading
The Designer’s Toolbox looks to be a handy one-stop shop for free templates, specs, dimensions, and information for standard postcards, envelopes, CD/DVD layouts, HTML characters, and more.
I stumbled across this very informative tips for freelance illustrators blog post by illustrator Nate Williams. He gives a nice overview of the process he uses not only on the business side of things, but also on the creative side.
Cartoonist Mark Anderson will be interviewed by Small Business Trends Radio about how to turn cartooning into a business. Show will be at 1:30 PM EST 5/20/2008.
Just a quick tip for the freelancing and self-employed — that pain you feel paying all your taxes at once because you’re too lazy or forgetful to dole out your quarterly tax payments to Uncle Sam? It’s over. If you’re … Continue reading