I found that the Graphic Arts Guild has an online contract guidelines, and explains why the legaleze and such should be in there. This seems to be an updated link. looks a bit different than I remember, but down at the end, the Contract Glossary has descriptions I believe.Hope this helps.Lindahttp://graphicartistsguild.org/tools_resources/letter-of-agreement
On May 2, 2014, at 8:29 AM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:bAnd thanks in advance,The video that Barbara sent, above, was very clear on how to make certain one is going to be paid. I wonder if someone would (yet again) indicate the written sources for contractual agreements. I'm referring to illustrators' handbooks on this topic.Linda,It will be after I forward all this discussion to him.
On Fri, May 2, 2014 at 10:56 AM, Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
You mentioned he was "lured" into doing quite a bit of work before talking about money. I understand how that might happen, I think many of us have been-there-done-that. And as we grow wiser, we illustrators normally talk about scope and money before any work is done. Is that not in your friend's experience and "armor"?Perhaps circumstances are different with each person, client, and project. I get that.Just wondering.
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