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 →

Elevator Pitches that Go to the Top Floor: Part 1/5–It Doesn’t Stay in the Elevator

You know what makes my life easy? Blogging a series. Which is why I'm announcing a five-part Sub It Club Manifesto: ELEVATOR PITCHES THAT GO TO THE TOP FLOOR. Catchy, huh? I've attended workshops, been advised by Famous Authors, written, critiqued and been critiqued--and still find it difficult to boil down 300 pages into two... Continue Reading →

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