13 illustrations for cards

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Maham A.
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Hi Maham, I will copy and paste the items from the previous proposal in this invite.

Welcome to my crazy project!
So for £300 how about I propose this and If you agree you can set a new proposal on PPH for me to accept. The idea is we will see how you get on with the first couple of illustrations since this will be the hardest and the deposit will pay for that. If I am happy, We'll proceed on to the next 4 illustrations. Then finally on the last 6. What do you think? We have plenty of time to work on the illustrations, months in fact. I won't start sweating you for them all until April of 2020. I don't know if it will take you that long, but i see this as a long walk, not a sprint. My book won't be ready for another 12 months, so no hurry.

So when you see that the list of illustrations will be:

£50 deposit for the first two illustrations:
1.Circle of Judges
2. Traders

£100 for the next 4 illustrations
3. Collectors
4. Nephilem
5.Enemy- Owls (x)
6. Enemy - Crows (y)

£150 for the rest of the illustrations:
7. Hunters
9. Protectors (z)
10. Burden Bearer - (of the Blanket of The Stars/Akashik)
11. Mystagogue
12. The Equation
13. God's Grace

Oh yes, the technical specifications!
I would like to have 2 digital images for each illustration please:

1 print version in CMYK colour mode at 300 dpi.
1 web version in RGB colour mode at 72 dpi
my email address is wilson.sharron1@gmail.com

I would like the dimensions of the image to be equivalent A4 paper size which is 210 mm × 297 mm (8.27 in × 11.7 in).
Equivalent A4 paper dimensions in pixels at 300 DPI is 2480 pixels x 3508 pixels (print resolution)
Screen resolution at 72 DPI is 595 pixels x 842 pixels.

I won't fuss whether the images are landscape or portrait or a mixture of both. But we'll make sure there is some sort of house style to the images. Ooh on that point...can I add a style request please? I would like the illustrations to look 'old' , ya know like sun-bleached or washed out colours. I don't know whether this is achieved purely by putting the colours in CMYK or if it is an artist trick with the colour pallet. But I am telling all the various artists I am working with to have the illustrations looked aged in however means you can achieve this. Thanks and welcome aboard!

Kind Regards

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