Category Archives: Tom Richmond

Comics – Pricing your Work

  I get asked a lot what’s a decent page rate for comic book work. First off, it’s hard for me to price a project blind without knowing the specifics. It’s like a building contractor making an estimate before coming … Continue reading

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Mike Wolfer on Fan art/Homage art

The following is good advice from fellow Kubert School alum Mike Wolfer. Originally posted on his Facebook page. I’ve seen seeing quite a few stories and posts concerning “fan art/ homage art” and the legality of selling works featuring characters created … Continue reading

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The Mad Art of Caricature

I’ve always admired people who can pull off caricatures. When done in public it’s performance art that could go horribly wrong if you exaggerate a person’s features to the point of insult. Just a couple weeks ago recent MCAD grad … Continue reading

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