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Andy Case - Freelance Cartooning, Children's Book Illustration, Illustration, CD Design, & Animal Illustration
230
Kudos
4.2
9 Skills
$20
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I have 30 years experience working professionally in illustration and have been commissioned and published in many different countries. I am versed in working to the detailed specifications of a client brief and as such, I am able to produce illustrations to professional standard with a fast turnaround. Having experience of working with a variety of publishers has given me a clear...
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
John Wilkinson - Freelance Drawing & Illustration
0
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3.5
2 Skills
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I have just recently graduated from Nottingham Trent University, with a degree in ‘Design for Television and Film’, I am a very keen Illustrator and Storyboard artist , and hold a large amount of experience in Photoshop, sketch up, vector works and etc. I have a practical approach to problem solving and a drive to see things through to completion. I enjoy working on my own initiative or in a...
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Hayley Jaye - Freelance Fashion Illustration & Illustration
0
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4.0
2 Skills
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I am a mature student studying in my final year of a BA(Hons)Fashion Design course. I previously studied fashion at a BTEC level, completing it in 1993 with a Distinction grade. I have an enormous passion for illustration, particularly fashion illustration, combined with enthusiasm and life skills that push my commitment to succeed in all I do. I can forward examples of my work upon request.
Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom

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Willard Appiah - Freelance 3D Animation & Animation
0
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5.0
2 Skills
$15
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Hi It's Will the senior art director at Digital Shoguns in North London. We specialize in character modeling and animation. We have some of the biggest clients in the toy and game industry including Lego, Zuru and Hasbro Europe. Being the current vendor of these companies our regular jobs aside from character creation is to bring to life a lot of these brands' characters and products via animation for both television and web /online. Most recently we created and animated for some of the following brands: Mr Monopoly and friends, Game of Life Junior, Scrabble Junior, Lego Club, Lego Atlantis and many more Based on this we feel we are the strongest candidate for your posted job. Please also take a look through our showreel. Speak soon, Will www.digitalshoguns.co.uk https://vimeo.com/153771301 https://vimeo.com/159473864
United Kingdom
Brian G. - Freelance Song Writing & Jingle Writing
0
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
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Enthusiastic songwriter with proven ability to write for multiple genres/artists, meet deadlines, and oversee recording processes. Experience in Business & Legal Affairs, Music management, recording, and booking.
New Jersey, United States
Lasbrey Nze - Freelance Business Consulting & Finance
1
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
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I am a management consultant and have appreciable experiience in consulting for private and public organisations. My forte is in human capacity building. I derive immense joy from assisting individuals, corporations and govenments to actualize their potential. I earned the degrees of B.S(Hons), MBA and Ph.D from three universities; University of Nigeria, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and University of Southern California (USC) respectively. Under the auspices of the World Bank, I went through an intensive internship program with P-E Consulting Group, England, U.K . The program emphasis was on Organizations and Management Systems,Marketing and Financial Engineering Strategies for Reconstruction. Over the years, I have developed a capacity for quantitative approach to problem resolution. With a strong grounding in theoretical constructs and quantitative analysis I could handle effectively some knotty challenges in the fields of corporate and public administration. An experience gathered in working for well-managed organizations like Mobil Oil, American Construction Equipment Inc. and as a Commissioner for Finance and Economic Planning for a State Government, I developed an eclectic systems approach to problem solving. My doctoral dissertation is on Optimization of Public Financial Intermediation for Program Effectiveness. As a team player with appreciable international exposure, my world view is rooted in the belief that cooperation generates substantial synergy. I work deligently by the rules to attain set objectives within specified deadlines.
Olympia Fields, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Lesley Ann - Freelance Animal Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
7
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3.0
2 Skills
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Hello, I am a freelance artist based in Wirral, Merseyside. I specialise in painting animals and have painted many commissioned animal portraits. I also design and paint greetings cards. I work closely with the customer and welcome imput at all times. You can see my work at http://lesleyannspainting.weebly.com where you can find many comments from satisfied customers.
Wirral, Merseyside, United Kingdom
Dillon Kellar - Freelance Article Writing & Children's Book Writing
1
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
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I have worked for various gaming groups and a blogging website for writing I can write on a wide variety of subjects. I have a sample of my work right here. Chapter one-scene one-cutscene Game opens to a scene of a starry night sky Scene lasts for five seconds then goes black We hear a little mumbling that appears to be around five feet away “He’s dying” “If he had been here a few hours earlier, he’d be alright…” “Should we just give it to him?” “Why should we? It will only make him die a little slower, and there are others who still have a chance.” Sky is shown again, character screams for two seconds then stops. Camera zooms out and shows a man lying on a field of dead grass with scars, cuts, bruises, spots, and blood all over his skin, wearing a whitewater suit that has been torn on the upper right arm, lower left leg, where there is a fair amount of blood, and a large gaping hole in his calf. His skin is shriveled up. After fifteen seconds of the camera panning around the character, he suddenly starts convulsing, three seconds later the screen goes black again. Chapter one-scene two-cutscene/play Character from previous scene is shown, but with none of the cuts, bruises, spots or blood, also he is wearing blue jeans and a red plaid button-up shirt rather than the mercenary outfit, he has black boots on his feet. Character has dark brown, shoulder length hair and dark sunglasses. He is average height and weight. He has a ten gallon hat upon his head and is sitting in a rusty truck, it has a broken bumper and smashed headlights. There is a man who is clearly not happy about being in such a truck, wearing a black business suit. Your character is in the driver's seat, the other man is in the passenger seat. "You'll love this job, it's so exciting and the pay is excellent." "How could I enjoy being a mur-" the engine starts and your character's voice is cut off [you are now interacting with the character, you drive the vehicle forward, the area around you is desert, there is nothing visible behind you other than a small cluster of small, white buildings, you can not move backwards. 500m ahead, you reach a black, 4 story building, with no decorations in the front, and no windows. It has a single white door with a red W on the front. When you are within 15 ft of the building, goes back to cutscene] Your character waits for the other man to get out of the truck, then follows him. The man takes a key from his pocket, puts it in the doorknob's keyhole, and pushes the door open. Inside, there is a large lobby with several benches, and at the far side is a desk with a woman behind it. The two characters walk towards the woman and as you get closer, you can see she has blonde hair set in a pony tail, green oval shaped eyes, is very thin, and has gold earrings in the shape of a valentine. She is wearing a black suit with chains hanging from the shoulder to the waist, shoulder to the mid-chest, and over her heart there is a red circle with a white W inside. When your character is closer to her, just a foot from the desk, she looks up from her papers and says in a smooth voice "Hello Jacob, I suppose this is the recruit you called about? John is waiting for you." Jacob, the man who has been next to you since the beginning of the scene, replies "Thank you Ashley, could you please get him fitted for a uniform while I go see John?" ashley "Of course, sir. Come with me, umm... what did you say your name was?" [type in character's name] "Oh right, well come on fatty, let's get you some clothes." ashley winks [screen goes black for 5 seconds] Chapter one-scene three-introduction video Character's figure is shown from 3rd person view sitting in a comfortable black chair in front of a projector screen in a dark room. Room suddenly light up for a moment and you can see your character wearing the same uniform as Ashley, then a close up of the projection screen is shown. A video is shown of soldiers wearing the same uniform as your character. They are running across valleys, doing jumping-jacks in fields of several other soldiers, piloting helicopters, jumping out of planes, etc. and in each video they are fighting various enemies with shotguns, smgs, etc. while video is playing, a man's deep voice is narrating. "Welcome new recruit to Whiterain. You have surely been told what we do but are likely looking for a detailed explanation of your new job. Well this video will tell you the four different groups we train and what each group does. First we have the pilots, these are...well, the pilots. They fly the helicopters for the soldiers to ride in while they're on the way to dangerous missions. Next we have the foot-soldiers, they fight the enemy head on and are responsible for learning hand to hand combat, how to use various knives, pistols, and submachine guns. Then we have the assassins. The assassins go for the higher targets and are responsible for learning to use their sniper rifles, how to disassemble, smuggle, and reassemble their weapons, and of course, handguns. Last but not least we have our spies, they are given the most high technology weaponry available, including high temperature laser-lights, disguise kits, handguns, and heat sensing goggles. You will now tell your officer which group you would like to be in." [ Camera goes back to 3rd person view of your character. Jacob enters the room through a door at the back and walks to your character. He hands you a piece of paper. You now choose which group you would like to join] That was something I wrote for a game but the person who hired me sold his company so this no longer needs to be finished, and now belongs to me. I have some references Matt Dirks mattrdirks@gmail.com Archie Preston thekingofmods@hotmail.com
Conroe, Texas, United States
Tessa Bailey - Freelance Creative Writing & Proofreading
0
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$12
Rate/Hr
Hello! My name is Tessa, and I am a music student with plenty of English-Writing coursework. My dream at one point was to become an editor, and I would still love to be. I was attracted to your posting as soon as I saw the word "novel", and once I saw that it was a fanfiction, my desire to be hired increased tenfold. I have been reading on fanfiction.net for about ten years now (Harry Potter, admittedly), and being a reader myself, I know exactly what annoys readers and what formats are the most popular and legible. That being said, I was also a teaching assistant for a college writing course and am extremely nit-picky. I know how simple misspellings can throw off readers and make the story lose legitimacy points. I do hope you'll consider me. Depending on how long your chapters are, it should only take an evening. I know you said no rush, but if your story is very popular, readers will be haranguing for the next chapter. If you would like, I can also offer constructive criticism on the story itself, or I can stick to formatting, etc. By reading the first two chapters, I already think you could use some more dialogue. Great paragraphs though; as a reader, I can't stand giant walls of text. As for pay, I would honestly take anything over minimum wage. However, I would consider an entry level editing position to be $12-15 an hour. Let me know, and thank you! Tessa Bailey
Suffern, New York, United States
Paula Plantier - Freelance Editing & French Translation
1
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
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PAULA PLANTIER 115 Jacobs Creek Road Ewing, NJ 08628 609-882-5852 paulaplantier@yahoo.com www.linkedin.com/in/PaulaPlantier I wrote this résumé myself. EDITORIAL AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES Well qualified to perform a range of editorial services in the forms of copy editing, revising, repurposing, proofing, and fact checking that, together with error reduction to 0%, truly constitute a quality assurance review and enrichment of the content of both print and online text in a variety of subjects across industries. A multilevel resource person whose deep editorial talent, character, dedication, capability, and adaptability have saved employers and private clients both time and money. Verifiable record of achievement in the material elevation of levels of written communication and able to make meaningful contributions on the job to meet both today’s and tomorrow’s needs. Recognized and cited by managers and clients as a sophisticated, superior performer. Thorough knowledge of AMA, AP, APA, and Chicago styles and standards. COMPETENCIES - Passionate copy editing, content editing, and proofreading - Meticulous copy fitting - Persuasive editorial strategizing - Spot-on fact checking and researching - Modernization of house style - Expert revising/rewriting/repurposing - Personable training of editorial staff; peer educator - Typesetting and typing at 75 words per minute SKILLS - Advanced mastery of spelling, grammar, syntax, cohesion, organization, and punctuation. - Critical abilities > To act firmly and responsibly, thereby ensuring editorial integrity, style consistency, clarity, and accuracy of content; > To get it right the first time every time via informed and intelligent editorial review; > To make concise suggestions that improve text while preserving the author's voice; > To exercise flexible, incisive, and independent judgment; and, as second nature, > To meet the deadlines of projects with conflicting demands. - Flexibility to apply various house styles. - Electronic editing and formatting. LANGUAGES Read, write, rewrite, edit, proofread, and translate English, French, and Spanish. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WORLDWIDE INDEPENDENT EDITORIAL CONSULTANT/FOUNDER/OWNER, EditAmerica, concurrently with full-time corporate positions, Ewing, NJ; 01/90-present Editorial services across industries. Known as an effective editorial coach and written-communications adviser and strategist. Builder of compelling and irresistible brands by facing client business leaders at multinationals and start-ups that solicit EditAmerica's partnership to achieve their publishing goals in innovative ways for print or online material. Client list on the Web at www.editamerica.com. Subject and Topic Areas: - Business: Accounting, advertising, business plans, collateral promotional material, company annual reports, employee compensation and benefits handbooks, executive biographies, SEC Forms 10-K and 10-Q, high finance, human resources, interviews, law, legal notices, magazines and other periodicals, marketing material, mass communications, press releases, promotional and public relations material, requests for proposal, Sarbanes-Oxley, speeches, white papers - Education: Biology, chemistry, engineering, English as a foreign language, English grammar, foreign language, history, mathematics, and social studies textbooks for elementary, secondary, and higher education; instructors' guides and manuals; SAT prep books; surveys; tests for teacher certification - Medicine: Biomedical, nursing, and surgical textbooks and textbook series; clinical trials; continuing medical education (CME); health care; learning disabilities; life sciences; medical and pharmaceutical advertising; patient retention and education; peer-reviewed scientific journal articles and manuscripts; pharmaceutics; pharmacology; physician prescribing and safety information, patient information inserts, and drug labeling according to FDA guidelines; regulatory compliance; slide kits - Technology: Aviation reports, biotechnology, communications technology, computer literature and training materials, high technology, science, technical user's manuals - Other: Scholarly and academic works: bibliographies, college view books, curricula vitae and resumes, directories, dissertations, essays, memoirs, reference books, religious treatises; cookbooks; drama; fiction and nonfiction; surveys; travel guides ENUMERATOR (census taker), US Census Bureau of the U.S. Department of Commerce, Ewing, NJ; 04/10-05/10 Conducted in-person interviews to gather 2010 census information from nonresponding households. SENIOR EDITOR II, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ; 07/04-04/09 Edited, proofread, and made sensitive editorial judgments about high-stakes academic test questions for undergraduate and graduate school admission; test questions for teacher certification; and other testing products, reports, and collateral publications, all of which were of a difficult, complex nature. Resolved dissenting editorial opinions. Maintained house style guide. Liaison across departments. Cited by management for superior performance. - Exceeded company's processing target of 48 items per day by processing 90. - Guided and coached editorial staff. - Shaped editorial style guide for consistency and modernized style and usage. - Regularly consulted by all company staff on language and writing issues. - Remediated fatal errors of fact in test items. COPY CHIEF AND HEAD COPY EDITOR, "Bloomberg Markets" magazine (Bloomberg L.P.), Plainsboro, NJ; 09/94-02/04 http://www.bloomberg.com/markets-magazine/ Copyedited, fact-checked, and final-proofread magazine articles. Revitalized copy and refreshed house style, thereby helping develop circulation for flagship monthly financial periodical for high-end financial professionals and subscribers to the Bloomberg Professional electronic financial service. Helped hire and motivate editors and build their skills and relationships. - Reduced print error rate to a flat 0%. - Simplified and standardized editorial procedures to eliminate the time and expense of reproofing. - Saved quantifiable production costs, for bottom-line financial gains via a 300% increase in circulation, a 200% increase in number of advertisers, and a resultant 200% increase in amount of revenue. - Eliminated editorial defects in the company's marketing, promotional, and advertising material via implementation of an interdepartmental task-sharing system of team quality control procedures. Results maximized editorial contributions. - Resolved language usage disputes by serving other departments as a consultant; Results were consistent and correct diction, styles, and usages in publications. ADDITIONAL RELEVANT EXPERIENCE - Senior Proofreader, Peterson's Guides, Princeton, NJ. Reduced print error rate 25% at publisher of academic college guides. - French-Language and Spanish-Language International Correspondent, McGraw-Hill, Hightstown, NJ. Interpreted intricate publishing documents in French and Spanish and drafted correspondence in English and French. - Supervisor, Aetna Life & Casualty, Providence, RI. Supervised 12 group insurance department underwriters, with the benefit of no turnover for three years. EDUCATION White Belt, Lean Six Sigma, March 2014 B.A. (BA); French, Spanish; Queens College, Flushing, NY PORTFOLIO: REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS EDITED ON AN INDEPENDENT BASIS CONCURRENTLY WITH FULL-TIME POSITIONS - "An American Hedge Fund," Sykes. - Company annual reports and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Forms 10-K and 10-Q variously for AMETEK, Amgen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Mental Health Association of New York City, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and Xerox. - "Cooking Fresh from the Bay Area," McManus and Rickard. - "Cooking Fresh from the Mid-Atlantic," McManus and Rickard. - "Eating Fresh from the Organic Garden State," McManus. - "Global Entertainment and Media Outlook, 2012-2016," plus the eight previous annual volumes, PricewaterhouseCoopers: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/global-entertainment-media-outlook. - "A Guide to Forensic Accounting Investigation," Golden et al., PricewaterhouseCoopers/Wiley: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/forensic-services/publications/guide-forensic-accounting-investigations.jhtml. - "Hammarskjold: A Life," Lipsey. http://books.google.com/books?id=Q5li4S0bpAwC&pg=PR18&lpg=PR18&dq=paula+plantier&source=bl&ots=av2Q16T9Vc&sig=S4SEEL86-Wrc41Ma2BR8EyPy-3s&hl=en&sa=X&ei=hN4UUqv7IcP7yAHzwYHoBw&ved=0CMcBEOgBMB8#v=onepage&q=paula%20plantier&f=false. - "Hopewell: A Historical Geography," Hunter and Porter. - "Macroeconomic releases and the interest rate term structure," Lu and Wu, Journal of Monetary Economics: http://faculty.baruch.cuny.edu/lwu/papers/LuWuJME2009.pdf. - "Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records," PricewaterhouseCoopers: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/health-industries/publications/ready-or-not-on-the-road-to-meaningful-use-of-ehrs-and-health-it.jhtml. - "Paralegal," Bernardo. - "r&c worlds express," retail and consumer business series, PricewaterhouseCoopers: http://www.pwc.com/gx/en/retail-consumer/publications/rc-worlds-july2010.jhtml. - "Technology Forecast," a quarterly journal, PricewaterhouseCoopers: http://www.pwc.com/us/en/technology-forecast/fall2008/acknowledgements.jhtml; http://www.pwc.com/en_US/us/technology-forecast/summer2008/pwc-tech-forecast-summer-2008.pdf. AWARDS Three 2011 American Graphic Design Awards for editorial excellence: http://www.gdusa.com/contests/agda11/types/se.php?x=CAT1611-EDT1610-EDT1612 COMMUNITY SERVICE Volunteer editor, pro bono editor, literacy tutor, high school career day seminar speaker, news recorder for the blind, hospital and charities volunteer
Ewing, New Jersey, United States