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average pay rates for comic book artists:"Generally, the good graphic novels fetch $100 - $300 per page, although professionals who have been in the industry for a long time can command as much as three times that amount. In fact, one elite illustrator commanded as much as $1,000 a page (on a 22-page comic book)! Most of the popular titles that artists, like David Cassaday, work on are monthly issues, which end up providing him with a six-figure salary. The back-end royalties on merchandise, trade paperbacks and movie royalties are also generous."average pay rates for comic book artists: by johnchalos
"In 2008, Sean Jordan, founder of Army Ant Publishing, claimed established freelance comic book artists were paid anywhere from $220 to $4,400 per book project, which breaks down to $10 to $200 per page. Pencil and inker artists can ask for $75 to $200 a page. Colorists often fall in the range of $35 to $125, and writers and letterers make $10 to $50 a page. A lucky few dozen famous artists working for to
10 ways to become more productiveDear, deviantart fellow artists10 ways to become more productive by snowmarite
It's difficult to feel motivated and stay focused on our goals all the time. But how to achieve what we want, how to not let procrastination stand in our way?
Here are some of my thoughts about the topic and I hope that they might be helpful.
1. Set goals
Think about your ultimate goal - what is that matters to you the most, what would make you incredibly happy and excited. Write that down and work your way through to it. It will be the reason, the reminder for you to look forward in those times, when you'll feel less motivated.
Try to write also weekly, monthly and yearly goals - be reasonable and realistic regarding that, but don't be afraid of challenges. They have to be S.M.A.R.T. - Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely.
2. Plan tasks in previous day
Make a l
Legal Sites to Watch Anime OnThe recent poll has had some of you wondering which sites can you legally watch anime on. Legal anime sites buy the copyrights for the anime and put them on their site and charge you a certain amount, if they get a lot of views for a certain show they'll pay more money to the creators to get them to sell the show which makes the creator work harder and continue the anime unlike pirating them or watching them on illegal sites, you aren't supporting the creators one bit, only supporting the non-legit site that is uploading them and they will probably have like 15 different pieces of advertisements on their page including voice advertisements and pop-ups which is really not cool.Legal Sites to Watch Anime On by Naruto-Artists
HOWEVER, watching anime legitimately is not always a choice for everyone. Some countries don't get anime aired on TV and find that legal sites are blocked in their contrary because most legit sites will only show their anime to these countries: US, Japan, Canada, United Kingdom. Leaving fans in other countries to