average pay rates for comic book artists: by johnchalos, journal
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."
"In 2008, Sean Jordan, founder of Army Ant Publishing, c
Okay, so I finally got people to sponsor me on patreon ( https://www.patreon.com/dumoktheartist ) and it seems that this will require me to change a few things in terms of how I release pages/ Art and what not Here and on other sites.
1) Paying customers on Patreon will be able to see pages first once they are done, then on Fur Affinity the day or two after Then on webcomic sites like drunk duck, tumblr et. This isn't to slight those of you on those sites, but I want to make it worth the while to support me and donate.
2) Monster Lover 20 Odd Updates will be on Mondays and Thursdays unless life kicks me in the nards.
3) Fridays are Commiss
Since I am not one to turn down a chance for shameless self promotion I decided to do a fan art call. this time with a specific theme in mind. So listen up fan boys and fan girls, because this is going to hurt.
The Theme of this Fan art call is “The Elijah Initiative”. that means that I want art work of Elijah doing to traditionally Girly pin up poses. The criteria I will use to judge the artwork is how badly they make me cringe.
Gay it up.
If you do not get a visceral reaction from me when you handed the piece in, you failed. All pieces submitted will be posted on the webcomic pages along with links to your ar