FAQ

 

What do I charge for my illustrations?

Fees vary according to each job, a simple black and white cartoon, will of course cost a lot less than a detailed digital illustration or complicated watercolour image. The kind of usage required for the illustration will also influence the fee.

I’m always happy to give quotes and negotiate a fair price.

 

Who owns copyright?

By law the artist owns the copyright on any work they produce, unless otherwise agreed. Full copyright on the illustrations may sometimes be purchased at an additional cost.

 

How do I work?

I produce illustrations and cartoons, both digitally (in illustrator, Photoshop and painter) as well as in a traditional style, using pen and ink on paper, and watercolours. The style of illustration obviously depends on what is required by the client, whether it be a humorous cartoon style, or more serious approach.

 

How do I supply artwork?

Illustrations can be supplied electronically on CD, emailed or uploaded using ftp. In the case of watercolour, I can supply the original artwork or scanned illustrations saved in a specified format.

 

 

 

If there is anything else you would like to know, please email me at:


judy@judybrown.co.uk