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I am (almost) always accepting freelance work. I am primarily a caricature artist, but I am also interested in designing logos and creating illustrations for small businesses, publications (children’s books, magazines, or graphic novels), and musicians. I am open to considering most projects, so please contact me if you think my style might be a good fit. I can provide you a solid quote with some basic information about the project, and I'd be happy to answer any other questions you might have. Here is a good article, written by an artist, on do’s and don’ts when commissioning an illustrator.
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Woody Allen commented, “Eighty percent of success is showing up.” While I don’t agree with his math, the quote makes a valid point. There are thousands of designers out there, and chances are good that you’ve run into a few flakes. Many designers will disappear halfway through the job. I will put your project before my own and see it through to the end. (Just check out my glowing reviews!)
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The Fine Print
Please note that actual quotes may be higher or lower depending on the project, please treat this list as a guide only. These rates are not set in stone. All price quotes include at least two rounds of changes and corrections. Any additional changes after the second round will be billed at my hourly rate. For new clients, payment terms are 100% up front for jobs less than $200, and 50% up front, 50% after completion for orders over $200. Repeat clients that I know and trust have more flexible payment terms. I’m sorry, but this policy is non-negotiable.