Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Questions To Ask Potential Illustration Clients


In this video blog post, I talk about questions you should ask a potential client for book illustration jobs, whether they be working at a publishing house, or a self publishing author. It is important to have good communication to weed out potentially bad jobs, and to know exactly what the client is expecting.

Here is my affiliate link to the book I mention in the video, Business and Legal Forms for Illustrators, by Tad Crawford.


8 comments:

Telaina Muir said...

This has some great information! Thank you for sharing this. I look forward to that first illustration job, but now I feel a bit better prepared (and more professional)!

Shawna Tenney said...

You're welcome, Telaina! I'm glad it was helpful for you!

Ann Calder said...

Diana and I just watched your newest tutorial. We thought you gave gave some excellent points and your presentation was very professional! Good work!

Shawna Tenney said...

Thank you! :D

Tracy Campbell said...

Hi Shawna, your video was great. I tried clicking on the link, but I received an error message. Thought you'd like to know. :-)

Shawna Tenney said...

Oh yes! Thank you, Tracy, I will try to fix it! Thanks for letting me know!

Shawna Tenney said...

Okay, Affiliate Link is Fixed! Thanks for the heads up, Tracy!

Tracy Campbell said...

Thanks, Shawna. Glad I was able to help. I've added the book to my wish list on Amazon. :-)