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  1. Olivia says:

    Hi Liz! Congratulations for this great piece. You did it again!
    I made an illustrator freelancer in a paper sculpture five months ago and I had a lot of fun. It was my first attempt on working 3D.
    I hope some day to be able to achieve some of the expressiveness of your work.
    Thanks again for sharing. I wrote a post on my blog about your work.
    Have a great day!

  2. rich johnson says:

    awesome!

    love it.

    thanks for sharing the behind the process. Always helps!

  3. This is amazing, well done … really great work :)

  4. Mummy says:

    Always amazing, my talented little wonderkindxxxxx

  5. Jacqueline says:

    Wow, that’s great! Thanks so much for sharing! I also create 3D illustrations, but work mainly in paper. So its super interesting to see how you create your work. Looks really great and I love your attention to detail.

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HOW Magazine

Posted: July 6, 2010 
Filed under: Current Projects, See my work!, Work-In-Progress
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Stumbling around the city last week on one of the hottest days in the history of weather keeping, I came across the July/August 2010 issue of HOW Magazine, the creative and business resource for graphic designers. I have always wanted to work for HOW so when art director Bridgid McCarren asked me to create a piece for an article about freelancing, I was over the moon! I love when I get to work for a publication that I actually read and even better yet, a subject I can directly relate to. The article “New Rules for Freelancers” on page 40 by Ilise Benun, founder of Marketing Mentor and co-producer of the Creative Freelancer Conference, is really fun as well as informative and talks about how following your mother’s advice could be hindering your success as a freelancer.

I also wanted to share some of the in-progress photos I took during the making of this piece. Here’s a little look behind the scenes at my work process. Enjoy!

wondering why there’s a big fat watermark across all my images? click here.

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