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Lucas Steel - Freelance Creative Writing & Speech Writing
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3.5
2 Skills
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My name is Lucas Steel, I am another young and eager mind thrown into the world. Currently I am working on my degree in Speech Communication followed by a degree in journalism. I have always had a passion for writing speeches, and am fully capable taking any topic and transforming it to ones needs. I have been writing speeches for about four years, and currently I am helping a friend write a humorous cartoon script.
Skiatook, Oklahoma, United States
Katy CIT - Freelance T-Shirt Design & Fashion Illustration
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4.0
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2006- Graduated in Fashion Design College Montreal Canada Working as an Interior, Graphic and Fashion designer Skills : Fashion Illustration / Photoshop Technical drawings Style creation Apparel: Women's, Men's, Children's Accessories Language: English, Mandarin E-mail: fashion-bar@hotmail.com
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nathan Dodsworth - Freelance Brochure Design & Business Card Design
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3.5
2 Skills
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A qualified Art and Product Design Teacher with a passion for Photography and everything Adobe. Looking for something that little bit special with a view to a career change within the Media Marketplace.
Aylesford, Kent, United Kingdom
C J (Jean) McKinney - Freelance Article Writing & Graphic Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$40
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CJ McKinney is an award-winning freelance writer and photographer/digital artist published both online and in print. In fiction, nonfiction and graphics, she explores the boundaries between worlds, capturing the magic that exists all around us, lurking unnoticed on the edge of sight. She's the creator of the Moon Road series of alternate history/urban fantasy novels and stories, and produces prints, posters and custom designs through her studio, LunaBlue Graphics. She creates web content, graphics and blogs on -- well, just about anything, but she specializes in astronomy, health and psychology. Her short fiction has appeared in print and online in a variety of anthologies, journals and collections, and she's the author of two nonfiction books and a photobook, Hot Iron, featuring images from Tucson's Barrio District. A lover of tattoos, big dogs, motorcycles and the urban landscape, she lives in the border country of Southern Arizona, not far from Mexico -- inspiration for much of her work.
Benson, Arizona, United States
Linda Dwyer - Freelance Creative Writing & Book Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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I have been interested in writing from an early age. I attribute my mother with instilling in me an incredible imagination. On a Sunday morning, I would climb into my mothers bed and be told wonderful stories of giants, dwarves, and squirrels hiding nuts in hollow trees in age old forests. Over the years, I have written much poetry, short stories and am currently half way through writing my first novel. I have written the memoirs of a close family friend who was in the italian resistance in the second world war. I feel that my services could be used for any kind of creative writing and look forward to hearing from you in the near future.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Pete Wagner - Freelance Caricature Art & Cartooning
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5.0
2 Skills
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My favorite thing is to draw caricatures live at events with black Crayola marker, fast and raw, funny and fun. For this site, most visitors are not looking for entertainers or performance artists, but if you want to look into my website for that sort of thing, please visit www.wag.net. Even for freelance print and wall-hanging work, I like to draw in a loose, relaxed style most of the time, without the pretention of elaborate airbrushing or excessive detail. "Less is more," said Mies van der Rohe. A cartoon, by definition, is oversimplified, symbolic, iconic--not detailed or realistic. That goes for caricature, too, which is a form of cartooning. ("A cartoon of a real person.") I generally prefer to use a line that has a human touch rather than super-slick, uptight, overly polished lines that look like they were drawn by a machine or a draftsman using T-squares and compasses. With caricature, likeness is everything. Caricaturing is about capturing the essence, and overdone drawing and painting styles just get in the way. Many art directors look for eye candy only, and fail to realize how much more impact a true caricature has than a jazzed up, heavily shaded illustration which borrows from the art form. It is harder, not easier, to keep it simple and make it work. Just because a few of us make it LOOK easy, doesn't mean it is. If you are using a non-caricaturist (serious illustrator) to draw what they call caricatures, chances are you are missing the opportunity to really wow your readers/viewers. Equally important to simplicity and likeness is that a true caricature should be FUNNY, not merely mildly amusing or even moderately humorous. It should get a rise out of the viewer, specifically a laugh. I was the only caricaturist in Bob Staake's caricature book whose work was described as "on the brink of hilarity." Proof of my success at drawing effective caricatures and cartoons: Over 35 years experience as staff editorial cartoonist for several large alternative weekly and daily newspapers, college newspapers and live television news shows. Earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Multimedia Design in 2004 at the University of Minnesota. Taught for-credit cartooning, drawing, design theory, computer graphics and other courses at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, University of Minnesota and other colleges and universities. Won numerous awards for cartooning including six consecutive Society of Professional Journalists juried out of state. (Please note: I never enter contests in which the judges might personally know the contestants. I find them to be purely political, an indicator of schmoozing ability more than artistic merit. The caricaturists society has a "Golden Nosey" award which my partner and I refer to as the "Brown Nosey" award. Every contest I have entered was judged by out-of-state juries who did not have any likelihood of knowing the contestants, and recused themselves if they happened to. To me, this is the only kind of award that matters.) Published in Time magazine, Washington Post and syndicated for 10 years to more than 300 papers. My work has been shown in galleries and museums including the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York. Was represented by Speedboat Gallery in Saint Paul, same gallery that showed Frank Gaard. Animations have been shown at major film festivals including international festivals in Europe. Websites: www.kartoons.com, www.wag.net, www.caricatures.net.
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Lauren Hicks - Freelance Article Writing & Fiction Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Brief Course History I am a second semester Junior at my University. I am an English major concentration in journalism and also working on my Associates degree in legal studies. Throughout my college career, I have enrolled in courses to improve my writing and research skills as well as communication in reference to public speaking. Also classes in legal writing. In regard to my desired bachelor's degree choice, I have excelled in classes pertaining to journalism such as writing for the media and a course specifically focused on the growth of mass media throughout history. I participated as a writer for the University yearbook. I have also been involved in writer workshops which encourage creativity in writing. Along with sharing our creative writing pieces we also evaluated and edited one anothers pieces. I have studied multiple pieces of literature and multiple authors. I have a broad based knowledge of the literature that has succeeded in time and has shaped beliefs and understandings. . Interests/Activities and Hobbies During my college experience, I have been exposed to the fascinating cultural experience of art history which rekindled my appreciation for painting. I have an interest in writing about art history. Though I have provided some of the interests and hobbies I have grown to value, I enjoy the opportunity to learn new skills and activities which will better my ability to mature as a journalistic writer. Exceptional Skills I was honored on the University of Saint Mary’s Deans List in the Spring 2010 semester. As a student in the generation of technological advances, I am proficient in using the Microsoft Works Suites including Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Publisher. My typing expertise is considerably above average which is a reflection of my ability to multitask. Comprehension and analytical summation are required within my area of interest and I have an exceptional ability to articulate my understanding of various articles.
Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Susan Blakeley - Freelance Album Design & Banner Design
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2.0
2 Skills
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I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education with a music concentration. I am also a Certified Director of Christian Education. I have work experience teaching Fourth grade over a period of 1 school year. I have worked in two churches over a period of ten and a hlaf years. I My work in the church included creative and organizational computer skills. I was part secretary for six years alongside of being the Director of Christian Education at one of the churches. I enjoy painting sculptures and statues. I enjoy drawing using a variety of tools; pencil, crayon, colored pencil, marker. I find great joy in working with people of all ages whether it's in musical ways, creative ways, organizational,...many different ways. I am always looking for new ways to help others and learn at the same time. I have always enjoyed writing and creating. I have eight years of experience raising my own children as I am a mother of three. I am a certified insurance agent. I hold a license in Illinois only. I worked for 11 months selling insurance. I have offered childcare for others for 3 months.
Havana, Illinois, United States
Courtney - Freelance Book Writing & Proofreading
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4.0
2 Skills
$10
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I usually read at least one book a day and I've noticed a lot of the self published authors could use an editor. I can give level 1 editor experience for a very low price. Correct errors in spelling such as: •Correct words that can be found easily in a dictionary or credible on-line resource •Correct errors involving words that have similar spelling or sound such as: -“manager” and “manger” -“there,” “their,” and “they’re -“affect” and “effect” -“two,” too,” and “two” -“it’s” and “its” -“insure,” “ensure,” and “assure” Correct errors in possessives involving names, as well as both singular and plural possessives May query inconsistencies in specialty terms that not commonly known by the public and are difficult to verify May query inconsistencies in names and places that are fictional or not well-known Correct errors in punctuation including: •Ellipses •Different types of dashes including en dashes and em dashes •Hyphenations •Commas •Colons •Semicolon •Quotation marks •Apostrophes •Various punctuation marks within sentences and at the end of sentences •Sentence fragments •Run-on sentences Correct errors in grammar including: •Subject/verb agreement •Mixture of tenses •Issues involving plural and singular •Treatment of possessives •Basic syntax (the way in which words are put together to form phrases or sentences) Correct errors in capitalization •Ensuring that proper capitalization rules are applied in different situations such as: -Titles of persons -Titles of various types of works -Specific terms including those referring to directions, seasons, and languages Identify some basic language usage issues such as: •Words that are used incorrectly as in: -“Incontinence” when “incompetence” was intended •Incorrect attempted use of a noun as a verb as in: -“Impact” -“Strategy” and “strategize” Suggest changes in word choice in cases when: •A word is overused •A different word choice may more clearly convey the meaning •Some readers may find a particular word offensive
California, United States
Michael Manuel - Freelance Illustration & Comic Art
50
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4.5
2 Skills
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Michael Manuel, Illustrator Education: Academy of Art School of Illustration 2009, San Francisco CA Completed courses in Storyboarding, Figure Drawing, Perspective Relevant Experience: Book Cover Illustrator for Woodland Press, West Virginia Winter 2011 Special Skills/Travel: Photoshop, Illustrator, Excel, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, PC and Mac, Internet. Traveled to London, Denmark, Paris, and Berlin.
Hayward, California, United States