Marks and Splashes Group - projects seeking illustrators
Not an agency, nor an artists' representative, we're more of an informal posting board connecting authors, self-publishers and app developers with our "Marks and Splashes" online learning community of illustrators and artists -- from nearly every country around the world.

Give us an idea of the kind of artwork you're looking for -- and we'll post it, in your own words, to our group. Artists who are interested will send you an e-mail intro with a sample or two or links to their portfolio sites or blog.The artists understand that the writer does not have to answer back if not interested in the artist's work or style for this project.

There's no charge for posting. If you decide to work with one or more of the artists, it's up to the two of you to craft your own individual agreement to include payment details, a payment schedule, deadline for work, scope of work details, rights to be sold, etc.

When you've answered with your statements (particularly the three required questions) on the form, a new form will pop up on the page acknowledging that you've successfully submitted and thanking you.

(I'll follow up with a personal e-mail of thanks, letting you know when I'll post your gig to the community, so you can be on the lookout for artists' e-mails.-- Mark M.)
Your (writer's) full name *
Writer's best e-mail address *
Project description *
32 page children's interactive picture book? animation? Puzzles or games included? How many images are you envisioning?
Target reader age for your project
Describe what kind of illustrations you have in mind for the project
Black & white? Line drawings? Color illustrations? Cartoony style? Realistic? Soft children's book style?
Deadline for finished art
Budget for art
What special requirements or preferences, if any do you have for the illustrator for this project?
Other details you feel that a prospective illustrator should know about this project?
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