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Six Illustrations — Something Borrowed, Something New

The last few days have been busy for the flying monkeys at the Duncan Long Studio, with six (count ’em, six) new illustrations looking for a book or magazine story to illustrate. Three in the fantasy category, two horror, and one that is… well, just pretty. Fans from way back may recognize that “Artifacts” and […]

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3 Book Cover Illustrations Up for Adoption

Another three illustrations my flying monkeys and I created during our leisure time this weekend. As usual, these were all three created for my own enjoyment, but with the hope of eventually selling them as well as to round out my portfolio with a few new pieces of artwork. Originally I was going to place […]

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Illustration Rights – What Do You Need?

There’s often confusion as to what is being purchased when a publisher or author buys the rights to an illustration. Part of that confusion comes from the fact that rights to a picture can be divided up almost endlessly: Magazine, book, movie, poster, mouse pads, T-Shirts, mugs… The list can go on and on. And […]

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