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Freelance Finance: Buckets


Rovina Cai

I’m back with another instalment of Freelance Finance! Last time, we explored bookkeeping methods to keep track of your income. And in this post, we’ll look at a system that will help organise your money and build a financial safety net. Like last time, these posts are intended for beginners, and should not be taken as absolute advice but an introduction to some concepts that I have personally found useful. [caption id="attachment_75580" align="aligncenter" width="400"] The…

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Equipping your Illustrator Tool Box


Kirbi Fagan

February 27, 2024 - Hi All,  In my last article, I interviewed Alyssa Menold, about critique partnerships and how to nurture them. Alyssa recently had some new work released since the interview, which I will share below. Congrats Alyssa! When I was in art school, I became distressed by the long list of supplies I’d get every semester. Some of the tools I invested in, I never use again or I learned I preferred a different brand than my teacher. While art school is a great time to experiment, experimentation can be costly.  With the cost of art supplies and traveling to conventions it’s easy to forget starting an illustration business is a relativity cheap business to begin. You don’t need much space or fancy insurance. In simple terms, all you need in your toolbox is whatever it takes…

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