Project specs → Sketches → Revisions → Final artwork
Each project begins with a no-cost consultation to determine the scope and specifications: subject topic, audience, deadline, style, size, rights usage, quantity, and budget. An estimate is written from these specifications and price negotiated and agreed upon. Any references the client provides, like article manuscript, research, accompanying text, or photo references, helps speed the process and reduces the price. Sketches are drawn and sent to the client for discussion and approval. Several revisions may be made, then the final artwork is submitted.
Pricing depends upon several factors: complexity of topic, number of illustrations (a series costs less than stand-alone), 2D vs 3D, black & white vs color, reference materal provided, number of revisions, timeline (standard vs rush), market artwork will be used in, usage, distribution, and ownership rights.
Hi! I'm a medical illustrator who creates visuals that communicate medical and scientific information. I have a Masters of Science in Medical Illustration from the Medical Illustration Graduate Program at Georgia Regents University Augusta (formerly known as Medical College of Georgia). I'm a member of the Association of Medical Illustrators.