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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Here's a good job offer for newcomers who want to bulge up their portfolios. I need a picture that consists of several different characters that were cut and pasted from several line art illustrations and then skillfully ordered on transparent background such that it looks like a very simple book cover. And that is where you come into play. Create that collagen for me. The "illustration" is very simple: Simply cut and paste the marked characters from several book illustrations provided by me, and paste them onto a transparent, A3 portrait orientation background, taking care to order them such that it looks good. Also, they should be ordered such that in the middle of the collagen, a big, oval-shaped space remains free, so that later, I can paste the title in that free space. The size is A3, but I need the finished graphic as both a simple JPG and as a layered, scalable vector file. The raw material (the illustrations you'll cut out and paste) will be delivered by me upon beginning of the work. Work begins in August, 2016, and should be finished within a week. The job requires a sure hand in Photoshop. Upon payment, all rights to the collagen go to me. Budget is limited to 5$, but a positive (and detailed) feedback is assured. Although the feedback is NOT considered part of the payment but is something I give customarily for a very well-done job. And it has proven on other places to be a BIG help in getting new work for artists. Okay, looking forward to your bids. Good Luck!
Skills: Comic Art Drawing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
We require artists that can produce unique 1970s science fiction style artwork for use on a website and other related merchandising. This is a fabulous opportunity for 1 or more artists to get their name credited on our website, and their art featured on our related sites, books and merchandising materials. Can any interested artists submit a link or examples of previous pieces of artwork they have already done, based on the same theme, or something similar. The artwork must be unique and it must be your own work. The artwork must be built using a tool that will allow the various components of the art piece to be re-used digitally in other areas of the website, app, merchandising etc. So for example, if you artwork contains a planet, a rockship and a spaceman. You must be able to provide those individual assets as well when required for further use on the site. From this we will choose 1 or more artists who we will engage with regularly for further artwork. The current proposed rate for payment is USD$10 per picture as per request, and approved by us. We will expect in the range of 1 to 5 images per week will initially be required, for the first 3 months of the website and project kick-off phase. No individual random submissions will be considered.
Skills: Comic Art Adobe Photoshop Arts & Crafts Book Cover Design
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
Gaming development website main-page needs concept art to fill four positions. Temporarily signing up at my game site back-end so I can provide access to our galleries is required. In our galleries we have screen shots of the environment, model sheets, sketches, and 3D models that you can use for inspiration. I also have samples of competitors website main pages. While I do not want to mimic those pages I do like the quality of the artwork and would like something similar, but unique to us.
Skills: Comic Art 2D Design Adobe Illustrator Adobe Photoshop
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
I am a Researcher in area of Management & Strategy (specialization-Marketing). I have to prepare various Reports on regular basis. These Reports contain Theory & data and so sometimes become boring to read for others. To make them interesting & lively, I want to insert Cartoons / illustrations in these Reports. For my current Report, I have some Cartoons / illustrations with me. Now I require a person who can take inspiration & ideas from them & make Cartoons like that for my Report. This way effort required will be less as compared to making them from Scratch or from zero level. The Cartoons given by me will be for Reference, Inspiration & Idea purpose only. So that you come to know about my requirement clearly & the time needed to finish this job is reduced. Approx. no. of Cartoons/illustration will be 25-40 for my current report.
Skills: Comic Art Caricature Drawing Cartooning Illustration
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
Here's a good job offer for newcomers who need to bulge up their portfolios. I'm about to publish a special super-hero novel. For that book, I already have a cover illustration. But so much has changed since I started that book (for one thing, the characters depicted on the cover look quite different today, as opposed to their earlier incarnations) that I need a new cover illustration based upon the older one. I need the finished illustrations as scalable vector file. And that's where you come in. Basically, your job is to re-draw the older cover (attached to this post), using the same composition as the older cover, but utilizing the new characters (I'll send you an reference illustration for each character), and add ONE additional character to the mix. The job starts in September 2016 and should be finished within 2 weeks. For this job, I'm looking more for a comic book artist than a proper book illustrator. This calls, above all, for a very crisp and detailed art style. The finished illustration must just look as if a pencil drawing was inked. The finished illustration must be just as detailed and crisp as if it was pencilled first and then finished in ink. After all, you can't use sketches or pencil drawings as book illustrations. Art style must meet the following requirements: The characters must not be caricatures. The characters mustn't be in stiff poses. The illustrations require a detailed art style. Please attach at least 2 different, old b&w illustration samples to your bid/message, so that I can judge whether your art style is right for this job. Don't just link to your online-portfolio: I won't visit it. Upon payment, all rights to the illustrations go to me. Budget is limited to 20$, but a positive (and detailed) feedback is assured. Although the feedback is NOT considered part of the payment but is something I give customarily for a very well-done job. And it has proven on other places to be a BIG help in getting new work for artists. And, of course, your name will be named in the "impressum"/copyright page of my book as book illustrator, which fact alone should already generate some nice new marketing opportunities for yourself, as well: Congratulations, from that moment on you are officially a published book illustrator! Okay, looking forward to your bids. Good Luck!
Skills: Comic Art Drawing Illustration
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
I'm about to publish a fairytale novel: That is, a fantasy novel that utilizes classic fairytale characters like Hansel and Gretel, the Frog Prince and the Puss in Boots. That novel needs a cover. And that is where you come into play. I need 1 illustration in detailed black and white line art that depicts the following scene: In A3 portrait orientation, we see as background a typical fairy-tale landscape, with a fairy-tale palace. In front of it, we see huge, opened Book. That book is gigantic, much bigger than a human being, and it radiates a bright, radiant light. From out of the opened pages of the giant book walk many different fairytale characters toward the reader. The illustration must be in detailed black and white line art. It is A3 in size. I need the finished piece both as a normal GIF and as a scalable vector file. For this job, I'm looking more for a comic book artist than a proper book illustrator. Because a comic-book artist already knows what looks good. I am NOT looking for a logo designer or a photoshop artist: I need somebody who an draw characters, not somebody who can do tricks in Photoshop. Those illustrations are not cartoons or caricatures, so the characters must be drawn realistic yet exiting. But they must *never* look "cute" or adorable. Sure, when you hear "fairytales", your first instinct may be to make the illustration as sweet, cute and adorable as possible. But please resist that urge. Any form of "cuteness" must be avoided. Think of this assignment not as a fairytale illustration: Think of this job as an commission for a fantasy illustration, *not* for an children book/fairytale illustration. This calls, above all, for a very crisp and detailed art style. The finished illustration must just look as if a pencil drawing was inked. The finished illustrations must be just as detailed and crisp as if they were pencilled first and then finished in ink. After all, you can't use sketches or pencil drawings as book illustrations. Art style must meet the following requirements: The characters must not be caricatures. They must be realistic and detailed drawn. The artist must be able to draw men, women, children, animals and mythical animals (such as unicorns, dragons or fairies) without problem. At the beginning of the work, you'll receive a detailed PDF document from me. In this document, there are detailed instructions, descriptions of how the characters in the picture look (usually with a reference illustration). I'll give you detailed instructions about just what exactly I need for this illustration. But if necessary, the artist must be ready to make revisions to the illustrations. Please attach at least 1 older b&w illustration sample to your bid/message, so that I can judge whether your art style is right for this job. Don't just link to your online-portfolio: I won't visit it. Work begins in September, 2016, and should be finished within two weeks (half a month). Upon payment, all rights to the illustrations go to me. Budget is limited to 20$, but a positive (and detailed) feedback is assured. Although the feedback is NOT considered part of the payment but is something I give customarily for a very well-done job. And it has proven on other places to be a BIG help in getting new work for artists. Okay, looking forward to your bids. Don't forget to answer all questions, to attach at least one old b&w line art sample of your past work (unanswered questions and/or missing old art samples will cause me to take you from the list of applicants) and Good Luck!
Skills: Comic Art Drawing Illustration
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
I am looking for an illustrator / cartoonist to help me with a project I am working on to create a graphic novel about the 2016 presidential election. The concept is a two-part story through the eyes of the central character, an everyday guy who is a disenfranchised voter, and using 'superhero' metaphors and comedy throughout. I am looking for two deliverables in an approximately 4-week turnaround time (i.e. to be completed no later than mid-September). Fixed rate negotiable: 1) a 50-80 page graphic novel (3-4 panels / page) based on a story outline I have already laid out 2) a set of "boilerplate" panels depicting key scenes (also already identified) but no dialog - which I will use to populate with dialog bubbles myself as the race unfolds during late September and October Before providing more details about the project, I request the following basic info from all prospective freelancers as a starting point: (a) this project is something of interest to you (b) if you don't mind my asking, is there a candidate in this election you support? Feel free not to answer, of course, but given the content of this project I think it is important to understand what the illustrator's political preferences are, if any, to determine whether we would be a good fit. (c) what time-frame you think it would take to generate a max 100 page graphic novel (3-4 panels per page) based on an outline I provide? (d) would you be open to negotiating a flat-rate cost for the project? (e) could you advise how you have in the past handled IP rights when ghostwriting / ghost-illustrating for authors? Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you. -JS Freeman
Skills: Comic Art Cartooning Illustration