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Here's some more info on my process:


From my studio in San Diego, California I produce work for all areas of the illustration industry: editorial, advertising, design and publishing. A sampling of recent images can be seen on the HOME page of my website www.kathleencudahy.com. Please contact me if you wish to commission a new piece or purchase secondary rights on an existing image. See the CONTACT page for all contact information.

This is my typical process: After you explain to me what you need, I will e-mail you a line drawing of the proposed illustration for you or your client’s approval. Or, if it is more convenient for you, I can post a line drawing on my server so you can review it online.

When the piece is finished, I will upload the finished art on a dedicated web page for quick and easy retrieval. If you prefer, finished art can be e-mailed to you directly or sent snail-mail on a cross-platform CD-ROM. CDs are sent by first class mail or, if requested, by other carrier such as FedEx.

The price for a job is based on a number of factors. Key pricing issues are: how the illustration is to be used, area (territory) covered, whether the job is color or monochrome, and for how long the use is required. The size of the print run can also affect the cost. My rates are reasonable. If I wanted to become wealthy, would I be an artist?

Copyright in created images is rarely granted unless the fee reflects the transfer of such rights. Instead, it is usual practice to agree with the client the terms for a license. This can be exclusive and tailored to cover all your specific requirements.

All the images on this site are protected by copyright. Thanks for respecting the copyright law. Please do not use the images as finished art on paper or screen as this is theft and a violation of the Copyright laws. I grant permission to download any of the images for the purposes for client presentation only.

All images on this site © Kathleen Cudahy 2008