Whether it’s print or digital, a book artist can truly help a story come to life in a way that captivates readers, and truly affects their lives in a meaningful way. In modern times, there is no denying the effect that comic book artists, for example, have had on popular culture, as comic books have created some of the most successful franchises of all time, spawning empires of movies, merchandise, and content that can last for decades, and beyond.
The truth is that book artists know how to bring content to life, and create an entire world for the reader to become immersed in. Ultimately, art lives on forever, and this content can inspire individuals to be better versions of themselves, or simply entertain them when they need to find some release from either their personal or professional lives.
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Whether it’s the creative contributions to a comic book, a children’s pop-up book, or adult erotica, book artists help to create worlds for the reader to understand and helps to further describe a story and evoke emotion. Book artists are perhaps more important and relevant than they ever have been, as popular culture recognizes that they are essential when it comes to creating some of our favorite worlds, and will be helping authors tell stories for many years to come.
Hi, I am planning to publish multiple English learning E books (each around of 50 pages) for adults (not for kids). I am posting the content of one book (the first 2 pages and instructions) here. You can either draw the illustration by yourself or collect it online (make sure you have the copyright to use the image). You can be as creative as you want. You have total freedom but make sure it's not a kid's book and it should be smart looking. You can create tables/charts/figures for the contents if you want. Just the contents should be there, doesn't matter how you put/organize/place it. If your taste matches mine; I will have tons of jobs for you!
I just published a book titled The Misunderstood, A Novel of Philadelphia in the Gilded Age. It is in eBook and paperback. For the Hardcover I want to use a new cover with a new title The Headless Corpse of Laurel Hill. A woman was found in March 1904 by a fisherman in a row boat on the Delaware River. She was found in a jagged block of ice with her clothes on, but without a head. This is Historical Fiction based on true facts.
I currently have a tattoo on my forearm and I want to fill it out and add more to the space. I’d like the additional tattoo design to be Harry Potter themed. I like the beauty of mandalas, lotuses and beads and would like that incorporated into the Harry Potter images that I like. My Harry Potter images that I would be happy to have (depending on what works with the design) are the Deathly Hallows symbol, Hogwarts building, Felix Felisus potion, Tri-Wizard Cup, a phoenix and the Elder Wand. I have attached images that I like and included my current forearm tattoos. I understand that I couldn’t possibly fit all these ideas on my arm and I have provided these images as a guide. Creative control is entirely up to you as it needs to incorporate my current tattoos.
Book illustration sketches Require ten sketched illustrations in digital formats. Illustrations to be subtly cartoonish. See example. You must be able to draw famous figures likeness, including of former UK Prime Minister John Major. To illustrate your quote/submission please draw an example cartoonish illustration of John Major hanging from a helicopter winch wire over a boat, (this is not an illustration for the book). REMINDER - this is just an example requirement so I can see your style and ability to draw a good likeness. The ten illustrations will all be different, although one will require a likeness of John Major.