FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Can you advise how can I become a freelance illustrator?


Becoming a freelance artist needs lots of dedication and patience. I attended to art collage in Budapest, Hungary but I prefer calling myself a self-taught artist. Although a Degree can help your illustration skills and educate you, I do believe there is nothing more valuable than gaining experience through actual work, doing research on the internet and watching tutorials. And the most important is a portfolio! I recommend building a portfolio consistently showing your awesome artwork to the World. And the even more awesome thing in our social media drawn world is that a website is not necessary you can showcase your work on Instagram! A more detailed class is coming soon to my blog.




What equipment do you use?


I scan my artwork with a Canon CanoScan Lide 120 I edit my artwork on an iMac and y Macbook with Adobe programs.




Do you do custom designs for blogs and small businesses?


Yes! I gladly create custom illustrations! •custom portraits •headers •logos •wedding stationery •book covers/ illustrations etc. Contact me at dorinanemeskeri@gmail.com or on the website's contact form and I will gladly send you more information about the custom process and prices.




Do you have video tutorials/ online classes?


Not yet. I'm currently focusing on creating a Youtube and Skillshare channel where I will share my tutorials.




Can I interview you for my blog?


Sure thing! Contact me at dorinanemeskeri@gmail.com or on the website's contact form and I will gladly send you more information about the custom process and prices.




What paper and tools do you use?


Paper: My favourite papers are from Canson, Hahnemühle and Fabriano. My number one favourite watercolour paper is Fabriano Torchon and Hahnemühle bamboo paper. I use all range of sketchbooks from these brands. Tools: My favourite watercolours are the Van Gogh ones and Shinhan PWC watercolours. Acrylics I use are from Winsor and Newton and Van Gogh.