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10 things to ask before you draw a Children's Book - Guest Post by Wilson Williams, Jr.
Artwork copyright © Wilson Williams, Jr.
With the growth in popularity of the e-book many authors are seeing a glimmer of hope and realizing that they can get their work out there without having to break into the velvet roped publishing house exclusive party. This means that you will begin to get even more solicitations from those authors looking for artists to bring visuals to their words.
If you have a website or have done any degree of online advertising of your artwork, you have probably gotten an e-mail with a similar message as the title. If not, you will at some point. It's best to be prepared now. For those who have gotten it, nine times out of ten you aren't sure how to respond to it, what should you ask, how d
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- rewrite old stories, finish incomplete ones
- find good beta-readers and editors to help
- self-publish or get published by a company
- Real Life/anti-bullying campaign BTS videos
- Specialization and 3rd exam project videos
- Bubble Light; animated demo reel, on hold
- photographing & photo-manipulation
- digital painting, sumi-e, coal drawing
- God Doctor; flash story/game, on hold
I am open for commissions, requests, art trades, etc. - just ask me through a comment or notes; thank you!
Occasionally I also host point and PM giveaways, but I am currently focused on the InuYasha Commission Project, which is planned to be active until June.