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Just starting to do illustrations-looking for some points

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Chanevy
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Message posted at 01/24/2014, 12:25:25 PM by Chanevy
I have recently started to work with illustrations. I am having a lot of fun with it and my acceptance ratio is much better than it is with photographs-but no sales yet. Of course it has only been about a month since I have had a few online. I would appreciate constructive criticism-and I can take it blunt and honest. I want to get started off on the right foot and not spend a lot of my time learning bad habits or learning to do illustrations that won't sell. I am self-taught, so I am relying on your feedback to help my learning process. Thank you :-)
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Rccster
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Message posted at 01/24/2014, 17:35:46 PM by Rccster
Hi Chenevy!

I've noticed my most simple illustrations sell the best. Simple but with a somewhat clear concept. Seems to do the trick.

Wish you the best of luck, you definately seem to have the talent to create some great illustrations, so keep at it!

My two words of advice: SIMPLE and CONCEPTUAL

/Robin


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Chanevy
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Message posted at 01/24/2014, 19:12:33 PM by Chanevy
Thank you arc steer! I am definitely having fun with it and will ray to develop some concepts.
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Chanevy
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Message posted at 01/24/2014, 19:13:47 PM by Chanevy
Hmmmm, I meant to say Roinun or rccster. Typing on a virtual keyboard is not easy for me.
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