Endless revisions, wrong sizes, shocking quality, missed deadlines, bad (or no) communication, and a lack of understanding about the artwork needed for the project—all of these can be frustrating problems of working with an illustrator.
Unnecessary complications just pile up the stress of running a business, and eat into the time you could be spending with family and doing fun stuff.
In my experience, the 2 big reasons clients end up disenchanted and disappointed with the end results from their illustration (or design) project are:
If you’re considering working with an illustrator, good communication between you both is vital to the success of your project.
The more detailed and thorough you can make your brief, the more likely it is that you’ll get the results you wanted - on time, and without complications and frustration - for both you and your illustrator.
Well, that's where I can help you through the process.
Inside this guide you'll find my 5 simple, practical steps for creating a crystal-clear brief that will:
You'll learn how to communicate with your illustrator and help them understand your vision by creating a fantastic brief
This guide will teach you to think about the nuts and bolts of practical specification—like size and shape—so you illustrations will work in the context you need them to
Just pop your name and best email in the box, click the orange button and you're good to go!