I am an art director working on a low-budget feature length documentary film.
Looking for an artist to illustrate scenes in a story. The illustrations will be used as graphics within the piece. The illustrator will work closely with the art director of the project and revise the sketches when necessary before the final rendition. Following is a description of how the process will proceed:
1) You (the illustrator) will be provided with one or several of the following for each illustration:
a) a description of the scene,
b) a rough sketch of the scene,
c) some illustrations or photographs to help develop the scene,
d) any other material to help you in developing the illustration.
2) You will sketch your interpretation of the scene as you visualize it in your mind’s eye,
3) You send in your sketch,
4) The art director will study the sketch and, if needed, will provide you with feedback on necessary alterations/modifications,
5) If alteration/modification is needed, you will revise your illustration and send it in again,
6) Once the final sketch is approved, you will render the final illustration (1920 x 1080 pixels, in color).
The project will involve a minimum of 20 illustrations (possibly more).
This is a very low-budget shoestrings project. Your chances of being selected will increase significantly if you bid a modest fee. On the other hand the resultant project, a feature length documentary film, is expected to be greeted with wide acclaim and will provide all collaborators valuable exposure and prestige.
If you are interested in being a part of this project please send in a few samples of your work or provide an Internet link to your online portfolio. An introduction to your professional background will also be appreciated.