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  1. #1
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    Looking for new clients. Any suggestions?

    Hey Guys!
    It's been a while since I hit up the Lounge section but I know that if there is any place to go to get some good feedback this is the spot!

    I'm looking for some new clients but I think I've run out of places to look online (or am looking in the wrong places). I'm trying to find some work in the fantasy genre (books, card games, magazines. etc.), (toy) box art, or any other client who's business my work might fit. I'm currently doing work for Fantasy Flight Games, Alderac Entertainment Games and Image Comics/12 Gates Productions.

    I'd love to hear any suggestions from you guys. Every once in a while I see amazing art for an unlikely project and wonder how the artist found that job. I think this thread could help other artists in my shoes if you guys don't mind sharing!

    Here's what my work looks like to give you an idea of what I've done so far.

    Take Care CA!

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    Do you use an Agent? Might try and get one to represent you in other metropolitan markets

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    I assume you're hitting up the WotC Art Drop on a regular basis?

    Tristan Elwell
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    dpaint - That's something I still need to consider although it's kind of a last ditch effort. Thanks for the suggestion.

    Elwell - Hey Tristan! I have hit them up every year. I talk to them at every New York Comic Con. Jeremy knows me by name :-P And I still have to send Jon some more stuff. I wanted to put some more High Fantasy pieces in my portfolio before I sent them my portfolio again. But I'll definitely be contacting him again soon.

    Thanks Guys!

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