>>Do you have any information on freelance work in science illustration? If
>>so please contact me. Thank-you.
>>Mr. Dana Hrubes
>>email: [log in to unmask]
>>(401) 841-6034, ext 233
>>(401) 848-7951 (home)
>That is a big agenda there.
>If you have more specific questions it will be easier to get an answer from
>Freelancing can be profitable and rewarding, or unprofitable and dull. It
>all depends on what you can do, what you know, who you know, and how well
>you network with your collegues, and advertise your services. Strict, hard
>core illustration for scientists will not make you rich, but if you can
>transfer those skills into a longterm collaboration, or Publishing,
>Multimedia, Exhibit work, the pay will be better.
I'll go further...free-lancing for scientists you'll be on student wages
basically, (unless you get into the biomedical world? - the people in white
coats). But it is a start. There are a few hard money jobs out there;
other than that get into something besides having the primary researchers
signing the checks. I'm not cynical, I love this work, just trying to be