Portfolio Websites for Illustrators, Part 1

It is a truth universally acknowledged that every artist needs a portfolio website. Okay, well maybe this isn’t universal knowledge, but it should be. It is the 21st century, you’re a professional illustrator (or you will be), and you need a website. They have become a primary method for art directors, editors, and agents to... Continue Reading →

2016 Year of Success!

Sub It Clubbers have been working hard this past year. Members have made great strides toward their goals of publication, from connecting with critique partners in our Critique Partner Matchup, to perfecting pitches and queries, to sending submissions, to illustrator postcard mailings, and so much more. There are so many steps along the way to... Continue Reading →

The Postcard Post: Carlyn Beccia

Author/illustrator Carlyn Beccia was so kind to answer my questions during this very busy time of the year. She has not only given us a great interview but also a beautiful holiday postcard which, besides being adorable, expresses what we all need so much right now. Carlyn Beccia (pronounced Betcha) is an author, illustrator, graphic... Continue Reading →

The Postcard Post: Jessixa Bagley

Meet award-winning author/illustrator Jessixa Bagley. Not only does she have a fun postcard to share, but great tips, too! Jessixa Bagley is a Seattle based artist and children's book author/illustrator. She has been a professionally practicing fine artist, comics creator, and illustrator since 2002. She has a BFA in painting and printmaking. Jessixa loves drawing anthropomorphic woodland critters-... Continue Reading →

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