Cartoon (Two Panels)
Get a unique cartoon for your blog post
- • Avoid the stigma of stock photos and get a unique comic for your blog post, website, newsletter, social media campaign, business card...the possibilities are endless!
• If you know what you want, I will faithfully execute your vision. If you need ideas, I can come up with a few.
• Most frequently used for blog posts, Substacks, and web pages.
WHAT YOU'LL GET
One comic with two panels, includes up to 3 characters and a background (if applicable.)
AVERAGE TURNAROUND DAYS
• The process includes a first and second draft, each with 3 opportunities for revisions
• The final version also includes 3 opportunities for revisions
• Idea consultation if you're stuck
• Project collaboration happens in a Google doc with as many team members as you need to add
• The image will be created in the proper dimensions for its end use
How the Process Works:
This button will take you to a questionnaire that will help me better understand your project and your brand. I'll then email you about my availability and a proposed project brief (unless you have one of your own.)
Once the project brief is agreed upon, I'll send you a payable invoice so we can get started. I'll also send you a welcome packet that includes a link to a shared Google doc where the we'll discuss draft revisions, and a link to a shared Google Drive folder where you can upload any reference materials I'll need.
I'll sketch a rough draft to establish the overall layout and composition, to make sure it matches what you had in mind. No details will be worked on at this stage, we're just blocking in a rudimentary blueprint and making sure everything fits, that the setup is working out.
First Draft Revisions
We'll refine the draft until it's to your liking.
Once the first draft is approved, I'll go over it to create a stronger second draft. Here we'll see a few of the finer details start to emerge and you can start to see how the final product might look.
Second Draft Revisions
You'll have 3 opportunities here to make any layout changes before we finalize. Sometimes the emergence of the smaller details reveals issues that weren't as obvious before and we can address those here.
All those drafts and draft edits mean that we're nearly there- all that's left is to go over the second draft with clean lines and solid color/grayscale (if applicable.) 3 minor adjustments are possible if anything needs to be tweaked.