Traditional, digital illustrator, designer, artist in business to do good things.
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Experience working directly for, or on, projects for large corporations (example WalMart, SunFX), Medium (example Fox Pro, Easy Red) and small business and individuals. Also received award from Epilogue.net as a new Master of Fantasy, and have a couple of such Book Covers under my belt.
Always looking forward to new challenges and opportunities.
Oct 9, 2015|Illustration|Private|Working
Oct 1, 2015|Graphic Design|Private|Completed
Sep 28, 2015|Logos|Private|Working
Sep 17, 2015|Illustration|Private|Working
Producing artistic collateral for clients, with open communication and collaboration. Experienced in several arenas, of the creative realm, gives me a versatile set of skills. Having worked in web design, print, technical art, and fine, I run the gambit of creative experience.
I am in business to stay in business, by providing good service. I hope we have a good working experience! To help this along I have listed three important points to consider:
1) Communication is - obviously one of the most important things. Verifying points, and asking questions - is a good thing!
2) Having a good idea of what you are looking for is a good practice. If not you are leaving it up to the creative. If you do this and are not satisfied with the result - both of us will be unhappy.
3) You may come into the project with an idea and then change your mind as the project progresses. Remember that such changes will cost time and money. It is my practice to wave costs on small changes as much as possible.
Where I came from:
I got my start as a web page designer on a Microsoft project called Sidewalk. From there I started freelancing web brochures. I then moved into automotive technical illustration working for a Ford Motor Co. vendor. During this time I worked on project from major vendors such as Takata, Shiloh, Delphi. I also did some work as a contractor. This lead to an Adjunct teaching position at MCC in Warren MI USA. All the while I have continued to freelance when ever possible....
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