Hey guys! Today I’d like to talk a bit about my regular workflow. As you know, my primary occupation is making psychedelic illustrations. When a customer comes to me and describes what he or she is looking for I reply with schedule and a budget. The budget differs from one illustration to another and it is usually something between $150 and $300. But the schedule is usually the same ’cause I prefer to set realistic but not very relaxed goals.
Hey guys! I’m looking for new customers again! Usually new customers come by themselves every one or two months and sometime I’m so busy with my current projects that I can not pick up new ones. This month tends to be less busy so here is the deal: if you’d like me to make one illustration for you for free, please send me an email with all the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hey guys! This post is going to be different from everything I’ve written so far. Today I’d like to dig a bit into how manage to make a living being a freelance designer. So if you are thinking of becoming a freelancer yourself or you already are one the following info might be useful for you.
Hey everyone! I’m looking for new customers again :) You might remember the similar post I wrote about a month ago. After I’ve posted it I’ve got 3 emails. Fortunately one of the guys who emailed me decided to collaborate on a commercial basis right away, the other one was my old-time reader that I really loved to help and the third one is a young musician who needs an album cover.<>
Hi everyone! I’m looking for new customers (I enjoy working with my current ones but I want more! Ha-ha!), so here is a deal: if you’d like me to make an illustration, send an email to email@example.com with subject “New December 2014 Customer” and a short description of the project. I’ll pick one person who gonna get the work done for free (!!!) on December 1st. Everyone else will get a friendly quote for their projects.