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Re: paleoart

Making a 'living' at paleart can be done but it's a lot easier if you
supplement your income from additional sources until the paleo art pays
for itself.

Don't COUNT on paleart paying your bills fer a while, after you're out
of art school.  You probably won't have neough clients, or enough of a
reputation to compete for the higher paying jobs that longer-established
paleo artists tend to get.

-Betty Cunningham

"Katherine N. Capach" wrote:
> Hello,
> I was wondering if anyone could give me any tips on becoming a
> paleoartist.  I'm an art student
> and would love to be able to do paleoart and illustration for a living.
> Any tips would be more than welcome.
> I don't want to bog down the list with this, I know this  isn't exactly
> what its ment for. Please feel free to e-mail me at
> knc3@coopresources.net
> Thanks a lot,
> Katherine Capach

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(Society of Vertebrate Paleontology member)