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I you are interested in an overview of the programs and technologies being used to create illustrated e-books there is a slide show on this page that is "wordless" but is a presentation by an expert:
http://www.steampdf.com/view/ron-martinez-the-state-of-the-art-for-illustrated-ebooks-22117920.html


Britt Griswold
Manager, http://www.science-art.com
bgriswold_at_science-art.com

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Subject: Re: [SCIART] E-book illustration pricing

Here is an interesting article on publishing illustrated e-books, again about the end market, but very educational about the publishing concerns.  It also highlights a more direct model for publishing:
http://www.digitalbookworld.com/2012/blurb-wants-to-bring-illustrated-e-books-up-to-speed-for-publishers-and-consumers/


Britt Griswold
Manager, http://www.science-art.com
bgriswold_at_science-art.com

On 5/20/14, 8:58 AM, Lore Ruttan wrote:> Does anyone have any insight on how pricing for illustrations in e-books varies from traditional 
> print? I assume e-books don't go through first edition, second, etc or have geographical boundaries 
> - does this affect pricing?
> 
> 
> -- 
> /Lore Ruttan, /Ph.D.


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