Getting Illustration Clients.

The commissioning process can be a confusing maze for the commercial illustrator just starting out - so let <i>Getting Illustration Clients</i> be your beacon for success. Written by the duo that brought you <i>Becoming a Successful Illustrator</i>, here Jo Davies and Derek B...

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Main Author: Davies, Jo
Other Authors: Brazell, Derek
Format: Ebook
Language:English
Published: London : Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2024.
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Online Access:Bloomsbury Design 2024
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Summary:The commissioning process can be a confusing maze for the commercial illustrator just starting out - so let <i>Getting Illustration Clients</i> be your beacon for success. Written by the duo that brought you <i>Becoming a Successful Illustrator</i>, here Jo Davies and Derek Brazell demystify the commissioning process for commercial illustration, from the point of the view of those hiring and briefing freelance illustrators: the art editors, the designers, the agents and more. With insider tips that will make your work garner attention and satisfy the needs of the brief, each section is beautifully illustrated with full-colour examples of projects typical to main areas of practice from around the globe. Organised with key action points and summaries, as well as case studies from commissioning professionals for Harper Collins, VMLR&Y Wooga Games, and many more. Supporting exercises support Jo and Derek's guidance, to be used off the shelf by students, graduates and early-career professionals working independently. For the practicing illustrator, who want to see the commissioning process from 'the other side', you will always have to hand expert advice on what clients want, how commissioning works and how to get your work noticed. For lecturers in illustration, this is your go-to recommend for recent graduates looking for advice on the working world of commercial illustration.
Item Description:Description based upon print version of record.
Physical Description:1 online resource (241 pages)
ISBN:1350147001
9781350147003
DOI:10.5040/9781350147010
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